Young Bill Hickok

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Year: October, 1940
   
Starring: Roy Rogers
  Jacqueline Wells
  Sally Payne
   
Highlights: Gabby and Sally sing 
  "Rollin' Up and Down the Prairie"
   
Overall rating: Excellent
   

 

Click Gabby's image to hear the sound bite.

   
  Cowboy: "Have you seen Bill Hickok.."
  Gabby: "No, and what's more you ain't gonna see him nuther."
    "They've abscounded, eloped, departed and left for parts unknown." 
     

 

   
  Roy: "Say, this is a lot of money Mr. Waddell."
  Waddell: "Well, it's not much for what you've done."
  Gabby: "Jumpin' Jehosofat, a million dollars."
  Sally: "Two thousand, Uncle Gabby."
  Gabby: "Oh, what's the difference."
    "When figures has more than two goose eggs behind them it's all the same to folks
    llike us."
     

 

   
  Gabby: "This here be the first high-class entertainment seen in these parts since them
    actor folks put on Shakespeare's omelet."
     

 

   
  Gabby: "Darn funny that folks can't get hitched without having a lot of ribbons hanging all
    over the place."
  Sally: "Ahhh...these are festoons to set-off the bride."
  Gabby:

"Yeah...like it as not, Bill strangle hisself on 'em before they get to the 'I dos'."

     

 

   
    Gabby and Sally sing
    "Rollin' Up and Down the Prairie"
    1.3MB
     

 

   
    (Gabby remarks about the bad guys)
  Gabby: "Well of all the dirty, thieving, murdering, yellow-livered, sons-a-Satan."
     

 

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