“Dodge City” quotes(1939)
Plot – Kansas, 1872. Col. Dodge opens a new railroad line, whose construction he directed. The city built around the station is going to be called Dodge City. Adventurers, hunters and cattle traders flock to the city. However, the life of the region is troubled by a gang of thugs led by Jeff Surret, owner of a gambling den. One day a wagon train of hunters and pioneers with their families arrives in town. Webb Weston, Civil War veteran, leads the group. The town councilmen offer him the sheriff's job and at first he refuses. However, following an incident in which a young boy dear to him dies, Weston accepts the position with the intent to restore the law and punish the bandits. Investigating events which occurred before he arrived, he collects evidence against a member of Surret's gang and, after a close fight, frees the town from Surret and his companions. His valor will be rewarded with the love of a strong woman, niece of Colonel Dodge, who has been his companion in the struggle.
All actors – Errol Flynn, Olivia de Havilland, Ann Sheridan, Bruce Cabot, Frank McHugh, Alan Hale, John Litel, Henry Travers, Henry O'Neill, Victor Jory, William Lundigan, Guinn 'Big Boy' Williamsshow all
“Dodge City” Quotes 4 quotes
“- Wade Hatton: William Shakespeare.
- Rusty Hart: I never heard of him. What part of Texas is he from?”
“- Tex Baird: I decided to go back to Texas.
- Rusty Hart: What for?
- Tex Baird: Oh, I don't know. This place is getting too big and calm and peaceful-like.”