Tribute to a Bad Man

Synopsis: Jeremy Rodock is a tough horse rancher who strings up rustlers soon as look at them. Fresh out of Pennsylvania, Steve Miller finds it hard to get used to Rodock's ways, although he takes an immediate shine to his Greek girl Jocasta.
Director(s): Robert Wise
Production: MGM
95 min

and I will never be...

... not so pretty nor so natural.

In a few years they will be ready for dressage...

... like that group there.

Started twenty years ago, an Indian

mare and a horse cock.

I raised them, fed them, sold them.

I did everything but breastfeeding.

And now I can not tell that I have.

I had a partner once.

But that's another story.

Now is mine until the band.

And when they leave,

take something from me.

Baldy, Abe.

Rodock Lord,

Waity that's the horse?

Le killed.

Lack a horse?

- We have not counted.

- Then count them.

Repasad all groups, including the one in

Dressage in the Valley.

- What do you expect?

- Well, sir.

Hey, Jumpy, is Mac?

In the barracks, sir Rodock.

- Tom, tell him I want to McNulty.

- Yes, boss.

Hey Mac, the boss calls you.

What have you been doing in Cheyenne,

fight a puma?

Not precisely a cougar.

I do not like to shave

in broad daylight.

What kind of foreman are you?

One who is not willing to put

that give lessons constantly.

Why are you still here?

For $ 40 a month,

and food.

You know, do I have

still unclear, McNulty.


the impression of someone with many ideas,...

... all lackluster.

And no honorable.

Yes, eh?



Where you going?

Mr. Rodock says there is work for you...

... if you want to stay.

All right? ? Do you want to??

Yes .. yes, of course I want


Hungry, right?

I have not eaten for two days.

Come with me.

Sit there.

Why do you look like?

Do you find it strange,

there is a woman here?

I Speak in a fun way? Is that


No,... eh...

'm working hard to learn to speak your language.

And I can write very well.

And accent.

Mr. Rodock told me you're from...

... how you say, Pen... Pen...

- Pennsylvania?.

- Ah, yes. Pennsylvania.

not you distinguish a wild horse a bath.

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Michael Blankfort

Michael Seymour Blankfort (December 10, 1907 – July 13, 1982) was an American screenwriter, author and playwright. He served as a front for the blacklisted Albert Maltz on the Academy Award-nominated screenplay of Broken Arrow (1950). He was born in New York City and died in Los Angeles. more…

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