Movie: The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean [1972] Movie: The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean [1972]

Movie: The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean [1972] Movie: The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean [1972]

Fermel Parlee (Jackson gang:
[after Bean shoots Bad Bob in the back] You call that sportin'? It weren't a real standup fight.



Judge Roy Bean:
Standup? I laid down to steady my aim.



Fermel Parlee (Jackson gang:
Well, I mean he never had a chance.



Judge Roy Bean:
Not at all. Never did, never would have. I didn't ask him to come here. I don't abide giving killers a chance. He wants a chance, let him go someplace else.

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Judge Roy Bean:
[Bean apologizes to the marshals' wives] I understand you have taken exception to my calling you whores. I'm sorry. I apologize. I ask you to note that I did not call you callous-ass strumpets, fornicatresses, or low-born gutter sluts. But I did say "whores." No escaping that. And for that slip of the tongue, I apologize.

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Rev. Mr. LaSalle:
That was the first and last time I saw Judge Roy Bean. I never got back to that country and died of dysentery in old Mexico. I haven't seen him since, so he probably went to Hell.

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Tector Crites (Jackson gang:
[voice-over] Looking back, we had, in the person of Teddy Roosevelt, the finest President in the history of this country. He had the spirit and determination that matched the times and the land. Then the women got the vote, and everything went to hell. While our boys was overseas fighting the Kaiser, the women got Prohibition put in. Drinking and gambling and whoring were declared unlawful. All those things which come natural to men became crimes.

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Judge Roy Bean:
Do you have anything to say before we find you guilty?



Sam Dodd:
I'm not guilty of nothing. There's no crime that I've done wrong.



Judge Roy Bean:
Do you deny the killing?



Sam Dodd:
I do not deny it. But there's no place in that book where it says nothing about killing a Chinese. And no one I know ever heard a law on greasers, niggers, or injuns.



Judge Roy Bean:
All men stand equal before the law. And I will hang a man for killing anyone, including Chinks, greasers, or niggers! I'm very advanced in my views and outspoken.



Sam Dodd:
There's no place in that book that...



Judge Roy Bean:
Trust in my judgment of the book. Besides, you're gonna hang no matter what it says in there, 'cause I am the law, and the law is the handmaiden of justice. Get a rope.

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