Outlaws of the Plains 
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Fuzzy Q. Jones: Oh, Big Chiefs in the Clouds, speak to me... Don't somebody want to speak to me?
Fuzzy Q. Jones: W-W-Who are you?
Fuzzy Q. Jones: W-W-Where-Where are you standing, Pine?
Nord Finner: Say, Fuzzy, maybe that Indian pal of yours could tell you where to dig a little gold dust on this claim.
Fuzzy Q. Jones: Oh, ah, ain't you found nothin' yet?
Nord Finner: Not enough to fill a gnat's tooth.
Nord Finner: Listen! I ain't killed a guy in over a week and I wouldn't trust you with myself if I was you. Now get out of here!
Fuzzy Q. Jones: Oh, about the first.
Fuzzy Q. Jones: The first chance you get!
Fuzzy Q. Jones: Standing Pine! Standing Pine! I gotta a couple of things I want to tell you... I wonder if he belongs to the union.
Fuzzy Q. Jones: Hey, wait a minute boys - don't crowd me! I'm formin' a big organization and you're all welcome as soon as things get ripe.
Henchman Joe Dayton: Yeah, and when it is, we'll be on hand to pick the plum.
Ralph Emory: Provided that Billy Carson doesn't upset the apple cart.
Fuzzy Q. Jones: I'm in the blue chips this time, proper. You and me is practically millionaires.
Billy Carson: Yeah, whadja do? Make a strike of fool's gold?
Billy Carson: Well, you can include me out. I haven't got 50,000 dollars to be buying gold mines from crazy people.
Fuzzy Q. Jones: Standing Pine told me where I could find this big claim.
Billy Carson: Standing Pine? Who's Standing Pine?
Fuzzy Q. Jones: He's my Indian guide. He's a spirit.
Billy Carson: A spirit. Fuzz, you better keep that cork in the bottle. Those spirits are going to get you in trouble.
Billy Carson: I'm going to go, Fuzz. When that lynching party gets ready to singe your whiskers, you can call for me.