Movie: True Grit [1969] Movie: True Grit [1969]

Rooster Cogburn:
When's the last time you saw Ned Pepper?



Emmett Quincy:
I don't remember any Ned Pepper.



Rooster Cogburn:
Short feisty fella, nervous and quick, got a messed-up lower lip.



Emmett Quincy:
That don't bring nobody to mind. A funny lip?



Rooster Cogburn:
Wasn't always like that, I shot him in it.



Emmett Quincy:
In the lower lip? What was you aiming at?



Rooster Cogburn:
His upper lip.

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