Two Rode Together

Synopsis: The US Army is under pressure from the desperate relatives of white prisoners of the Comanches to secure their rescue. A cynical and corrupt marshal, Guthrie McCabe, is persuaded by an army lieutenant to assist in the negotiations with the Comanches; however, just two captives are released, and their reintegration into white society proves highly problematic.
Genre: Western
Director(s): John Ford
Production: Columbia Pictures
  1 nomination.
 
IMDB:
6.8
APPROVED
Year:
1961
109 min
102 Views


and point them toward home.

Let's go, boys.

Belle?

- Look who's here.

- Hello.

Guth, how many times

have I told you...

...I don't even wanna look

at a man before 5:00.

Out! Outside, both of you.

Oh, now, Belle, honey, all we want

is just a... All we want is...

You can have anything you want

out on the veranda.

Well, that's a pretty broad statement.

That takes in a lot of territory, Belle.

Lieutenant Gary, I have nothing

against you or the Army.

Well, I sincerely hope not, ma'am.

Ma'am?!

- What am I, your maiden aunt?

- No, ma'am.

- Call me Mrs. Aragon.

- Mrs. Aragon.

- Call me Belle.

- Belle.

Call me madam

if you're tired of living...

...but don't call me ma'am.

- No, ma'am.

And don't brush

that dust off in here.

Excuse me. I'm sorry, ma'am.

If you give me a broom,

I could sweep it up.

- Never mind. Never mind.

- It'd just take a second.

Well, what will you have?

What he could use most is a bath.

Now, don't keep saying

things like that to me.

I'm sorry, that's one service

we don't provide.

Not that it doesn't

have its possibilities.

- Beer suit you?

- You read my mind.

With most men

that's not too difficult.

And not too interesting either.

I can tell when a man

walks through that door...

...whether he prefers

blonds or brunettes...

...drinks whiskey or beer...

...plays blackjack or poker...

...is a cheapskate or a high roller.

- Is that a fact?

Well, how do you peg old Jim here?

Oh, excuse me.

- Beer, blonds and solitaire.

- Solitaire, that's me.

And that'll be four bits, Guth.

He hasn't got a dime.

You called it. I haven't got a dime.

Except I'm not so sure

about blonds.

No man ever is.

- That's true.

- Well, Jim...

...what brings you to town?

Orders.

Well, sure. I didn't think you'd ridden

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