Movie: Tex [1982] Movie: Tex [1982]

Movie: Tex [1982] Movie: Tex [1982]

Tex McCormick:
[Whimpers] Oh no...



Mason McCormick:
[walks into Tex's room] Tex? You alright? You lose Something?



Tex McCormick:
[laying under his bed with only his feet sticking out] It's kinda nice down here. Cool and Quiet.



Mason McCormick:
Yeah, well maybe you should hurry it up so you can come have breakfast under the kitchen table. Then maybe you can catch a ride under the school bus!



Tex McCormick:
[Gets up from under his bed and wraps a blanket around him] You would like that wouldn't you?

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Fortune Teller:
You may think of one yes or no question to yourself.



Tex McCormick:
[He sees a horse pass by and thinks about Rowdy] Yeah, Ok.



Fortune Teller:
I am sorry the answer is no.

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Lem Peters:
[to mason about why he sells dope] You don't have people depending on you, to take care of!



Tex McCormick:
[In Lem's new car] Come on, let's go for a ride!



Mason McCormick:
[Points at Tex] What do you think he is? A baboon!



Tex McCormick:
Who me?

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