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The Rare Breed (1966) Poster

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Charles Ellsworth: I can tell by your speech that you're from England. May I ask what brought you to our fair shore?

Hilary Price: A ship.

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[Sam and Simons are brawling in the saloon]

Martha Evans: Does that look like a conspiracy to you?

Hilary Price: The thieves have fallen out.

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Alexander Bowen: That woman doesn't fear a thing, does she, Sam?

Sam Burnett: Nothing but dishonesty... and dirt.

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Martha Evans: Time for me to admit that this is longhorn country; that you're its lord and master?

Alexander Bowen: A man in love is neither lord nor master of himself.

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[first lines]

Martha Evans: What on earth are they doing?

Charles Ellsworth: It's called bulldogging, ma'am. That's Bulldog Burnett. He works for my outfit.

Hilary Price: Well, it's a perfectly silly way to handle cattle if you ask me.

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[Ellsworth hopes to entertain Martha without Sam's interference]

Charles Ellsworth: Now look, Sam, be short, be polite and then be on your way.

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Hilary Price: How are you getting along with Vindicator, Mr. Burnett?

Sam Burnett: We're not gettin' along with him at all. He's a useless hunk of gristle and besides, he's lyin' on my blanket.

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Hilary Price: I'll just drive along; just drive and drive and drive while you two consort.

Martha Evans: Oh, really, Hilary, do you call an innocent canter consorting?

Hilary Price: No, but I call a half-a-day gallop a romp.

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Hilary Price: You decided to play Mr. Ellsworth's game.

Martha Evans: He certainly is not like him.

Hilary Price: Oh, no? One was willing to buy a bull he didn't want and one was willing to sell one he didn't have.

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Hilary Price: Vindicator, you've got to stand on your own four feet. I mean it! You're a British bull with uncommon good sense and fine ancestors. We've had some fine times together. Now you've got to prove yourself and prove that Father was right. Go on.

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Alexander Bowen: Ya cannot live with dreams. It's time to stop dreamin' and live for this day... and the next day.

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Jeff Harter: One morning you'll wake up to a train whistle and there won't be any more cattle drives. Yes sir, in a few years, it will all be gone. At least-wise, the way we knew it.

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Martha Evans: How dare you hit that man!

Sam Burnett: Well, he was going to shoot me!

Martha Evans: Now really, Mr. Burnett, you have a predisposition to violence of which I heartily disapprove.

Sam Burnett: Yes, ma'am.

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Sam Burnett: Well, I didn't break anything. I just clipped my pride, I guess.

Jeff Harter: That seems to hurt worse than anything, don't it, Sam?

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Sam Burnett: Just one thing, ma'am. If you're dead set on making this trip to Texas, you're going the wrong way.

Martha Evans: Oh, thank you, Mr. Burnett. You are a very capable guide.

Sam Burnett: Well, I can tell north from south.

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[last lines]

[Hilary whistles "God Save the Queen"]

Hilary Price: There! Watch that one now.

[Hilary whistles some more]

Jamie Bowen: Do you still think one of them will come to you?

Hilary Price: No, not really. Sometimes a bit of him catches my eye. I like to think he's still out there, somewhere.

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Martha Evans: It would never be like Herefordshire.

Alexander Bowen: Aye, and it's not like Scotland.

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Alexander Bowen: You shut your gob, woman! Out here, it's Alexander Bowen what gives the orders and you womenfolk listen to what I have to say. Is that clear to ya?

[Martha slaps Bowen's face, Burnett cracks up at the sight]

Martha Evans: You pompous, foul-smelling tyrant! I want that boy moved where he can be looked after.

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Hilary Price: But I think we should go to the sheriff and have Mr. Burnett thrown into the hooskow.

Martha Evans: The what?

Hilary Price: The jail, jug... *Old Bailey*.

Martha Evans: Why on Earth shold we do thing like that?

Hilary Price: Because they plan to kidnap Vindicator and Mr. Burnett is in cahoots with them.

Martha Evans: What's this 'ca-hoots'? Sounds awful!

Hilary Price: Cahoots - conspiracy. Anyway, he said he'd meet them in the pub. It has something to do with that Mr. Taylor.

Martha Evans: Hilary, Mr. Taylor is an Englishman.

Hilary Price: So was Captain Kidd!

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Martha Evans: The trouble with appearances, Mr. Bowen, is while beauty is skin deep, meanness runs all the way through.

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