Movie: The Westerner [1940] Movie: The Westerner [1940]

Movie: The Westerner [1940] Movie: The Westerner [1940]

Judge Roy W. Bean: Shad Wilkins, you've been tried and found guilty of the most serious crime west of the Pecos, to wit: shooting a steer. Do you got anything to say for yourself before the sentence of the court is executed?
Shad Wilkins: I told you they shot at me first. I didn't mean to kill that steer on purpose. I was aiming at the man.
Judge Roy W. Bean: It's your bad luck you missed him. That's the trouble with you sodbusters...you can't shoot straight. Shad, may the Lord have mercy on your soul.More Movie: The Westerner [1940] Movie: The Westerner [1940] quotes [12/28/2005 12:12:00]
Judge Roy W. Bean: Don't spill none of that liquor, son. It eats right into the bar.More Movie: The Westerner [1940] Movie: The Westerner [1940] quotes [12/28/2005 12:12:00]

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