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Bells of San Angelo Quotes

Bells of San Angelo is a television program that appeared on TV in 1970 . Bells of San Angelo ended in 1970.

It features Edward J. White (associate producer) as producer, Charles Maxwell (composer) in charge of musical score, and Jack A. Marta as head of cinematography.

Bells of San Angelo is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of Bells of San Angelo is 78 minutes long. Bells of San Angelo is distributed by Republic Pictures.

The cast includes: Andy Devine as Cookie Bullfincher, Dale Evans as Lee Madison, Pat Brady as Pat, Fritz Leiber as Padre, Roy Rogers as Roy Rogers, and Bob Nolan as Bob.

Bells of San Angelo Quotes

Fritz Leiber as Padre

  • (Fritz Leiber) "It's always good when you come here and we join our voices together in song. I'm only sorry that trouble brings you here."
  • (Roy Rogers) "I'm sorry too, Padre, but I think with the help of my friends over the border here, we'll be able to get this thing straightened out."
  • (Fritz Leiber) ""As the sun rises, the shadow of my arms and the pillar of my strength shall mark that which God made and whence came the bells of San Angelo.""
  • (Dale Evans) "That's beautiful."
  • (Andy Devine) "But what does it mean?"
  • (Roy Rogers) "" -- The shadow of my arms and the pillar of my strength -- " Arms, pillar; that must mean a cross. Cookie, do you know where there's a cross around here?"
  • (Andy Devine) "Sure. On top of the church."
  • (Roy Rogers) "No, I mean up in the hills near the border where the mine could be."
  • (Fritz Leiber) "None now, but there was a shrine many years ago to which the people came to pray to Santa Guadalupe at Easter."
  • (Andy Devine) "Sure, Padre, I remember. On your side of the border near some rimrock."

Dale Evans as Lee Madison

(We don't have any quotes for this character)

Roy Rogers as Roy Rogers

  • (Roy Rogers) "Here's the silver we found on the murdered boy. It's almost pure. Lee was right; it's a plant. Here's the real ore from the Monarch"
  • (Roy Rogers) ". There isn't enough silver in a ton of it to pay their light bill."
  • (Roy Rogers) "Well, where's Madison?"
  • (Dale Evans) "H-he didn't show up. What do you want him for?"
  • (Roy Rogers) "I want his money. He's rich and I'm poor."
  • (Dale Evans) "You mean you rob from the rich and give to the poor?"
  • (Roy Rogers) "Yeah, that's right. Besides, I don't like him."
  • (Dale Evans) "Why?"
  • (Roy Rogers) "Did you ever read any of those awful western stories he writes?"
  • (Dale Evans) "Awful?"
  • (Roy Rogers) "Yeah, awful. They give us outlaws a bad name."

Andy Devine as Cookie Bullfincher

  • (Andy Devine) "I knew I was too young and pretty to die."

Bob Nolan as Bob

  • (Bob Nolan) "Did you read "Murder on the Border"?"
  • (Andy Devine) "Golly, I did. It's about --"
  • (Roy Rogers) "I know what it's about; black-hearted villains and roarin' six-guns. I'd like to see him face those six guns he writes about."

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