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Ride the High Country Quotes

Ride the High Country is a television show that was first aired in 1970 . Ride the High Country completed its run in 1970.

It features Richard E. Lyons as producer, George Bassman in charge of musical score, and Lucien Ballard as head of cinematography.

Ride the High Country is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of Ride the High Country is 94 minutes long. Ride the High Country is distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

The cast includes: Joel McCrea as Steve Judd, Mariette Hartley as Elsa Knudsen, Byron Foulger as Abner Sampson, Percy Helton as Luther Sampson, L. Q. Jones as Sylvus Hammond, James Drury as Billy Hammond, Edgar Buchanan as Judge Tolliver, John Anderson as Elder Hammond, and Randolph Scott as Gil Westrum.

Ride the High Country Quotes

Byron Foulger as Abner Sampson

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Joel McCrea as Steve Judd

  • (Joel McCrea) "I want to know if you red-necked peckerwoods are too chicken-gutted to finish this thing in the open."
  • (Joel McCrea) "I don't want them to see this. I'll go it alone."
  • (Joel McCrea) "All I want is to enter my house justified."
  • (Joel McCrea) "I was drunk; sicker than a dog."

James Drury as Billy Hammond

  • (James Drury) "You know, Elder, I hate to get married with one of my brothers smellin' bad enough to gag a dog off a Gut Wagon."

John Anderson as Elder Hammond

  • (John Anderson) "You can't take a wife away from her husband on his wedding night."
  • (Edgar Buchanan) "Clear case of breaking and entering."
  • (John Anderson) "Elsa's legally married to Billy. Right, Judge?"
  • (Edgar Buchanan) "I now pr'nounce you man 'n wife -- and, don't you forget it."
  • (John Anderson) "I got him."

Edgar Buchanan as Judge Tolliver

  • (Edgar Buchanan) "You know, a good marriage has a kind of simple glory about it. A good marriage is a rare animal, hard to find; almost impossible to keep."

Percy Helton as Luther Sampson

  • (Percy Helton) "The day of the Forty-niner is gone. The day of the steady businessman has arrived."

Mariette Hartley as Elsa Knudsen

  • (Mariette Hartley) "My father says there's only right and wrong; good and evil. Nothing in between. It isn't that simple, is it?"
  • (Joel McCrea) "No, it isn't. It should be, but it isn't."

Randolph Scott as Gil Westrum

  • (Randolph Scott) "Don't worry about… about anything. I'll take care of it, just like you would have."
  • (Joel McCrea) "Hell, I know that. I always did -- You just forgot it for a while, that's all."

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