Monty Walker Quotes in Guns of the Timberland (1960)
Monty Walker Quotes:
Monty Walker: [the logging crew's train has just arrived in the town of Deep Well, which appears to be deserted] Hey, where's everybody?
Jim Hadley: I don't know.
Jim Hadley: [Jim then notices the old stationmaster] Hey, friend...
Monty Walker: Hello friend. What's going on here?
Bill Burroughs: [Unconcerned] Nothing.
Monty Walker: Well, where is everybody?
Bill Burroughs: What'd you expect, a brass band?
Monty Walker: Sure! Why not?
Bill Burroughs: You know, folks around here don't take to loggers.
Monty Walker: Now, look here, mister. Every place we go people are happy to see us. We spend money like water. Why, we'll put this town on the map.
Bill Burroughs: Or take it off!
[scowls and walks off]-- Monty Walker
Monty Walker: It's our timber, Jim. We paid for it. We're not leaving yet. Nobody's gonna' take it away. Nobody.-- Monty Walker
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