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Tumbling Tumbleweeds (1935 film) Quotes

Tumbling Tumbleweeds (1935 film) is a TV show that debuted in 1970 . Tumbling Tumbleweeds stopped airing in 1970.

It features Nat Levine as producer, and Ernest Miller; William Bradford as head of cinematography.

Tumbling Tumbleweeds (1935 film) is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of Tumbling Tumbleweeds (1935 film) is 61 minutes long. Tumbling Tumbleweeds (1935 film) is distributed by Republic Pictures.

The cast includes: Jack Rockwell as McWade, Gene Autry as Gene Autry, George "Gabby" Hayes as Dr. Parker, Frankie Marvin as Shorty, George Burton as Sheriff Manton, Smiley Burnette as Smiley, Cornelius Keefe as Harry Brooks, Norma Taylor as Janet Brooks, Cornelius Keefe as Jerry Brooks, and Eugene Jackson as Eightball.

Tumbling Tumbleweeds (1935 film) Quotes

Gene Autry as Gene Autry

  • (Gene Autry) "I don't blame you for running away after the way you didn't answer my letters. All is forgiven. You look just the same, except for the frown. How come you stopped writing anyway?"
  • (Norma Taylor) "Well, you see, I didn't think it was just right to go on after I --"
  • (Gene Autry) "Hadn't you better introduce me to your friend?"
  • (Cornelius Keefe) "Do you mean you don't know me? Why, I'm Jerry, Janet's little sister."
  • (Gene Autry) "The little freckle-faced kid that never could keep her stockings up?"
  • (Cornelius Keefe) "Uh-huh."
  • (Gene Autry) "I can't believe it. I don't know whether to kiss you or spank you."
  • (Cornelius Keefe) "Don't you think I'm a little old to spank?"
  • (Gene Autry) "I suppose you are. And it's probably a little too public to, ah, well anyway, it's too public."
  • (Gene Autry) "Is that dope you sell really good for anything, Doc?"
  • (George "Gabby" Hayes) "What? Doctor Parker's painless panacea is compounded from the healing roots and herbs brewed from the formula of a Kickapoo Indian chief whose daughter --"
  • (Gene Autry) "I've heard that forty times a day for six months, but is it really good for anything?"
  • (George "Gabby" Hayes) "Well, it won't hurt him any, but maybe we'd better get the iodine."
  • (Gene Autry) "I suppose you feel all right now that you've won another range war and become more crippled up than ever."

Jack Rockwell as McWade

  • (Jack Rockwell) "They're comin' down the east road."
  • (Unnamed) "They'll never get this far. This wagon is loaded with dynamite. We'll mine the road at the bend and when the nesters get there, we'll see how high they can fly."

George "Gabby" Hayes as Dr. Parker

  • (George "Gabby" Hayes) "My friends, Doctor Parker's Painless Panacea is not a cure-all. It will not help bunions, corns and fallen arches. It will not prevent the pants from bagging at the knees. Ah no, my friends, but it will bring to each and every ailing man or woman within the sound of my voice a vigorous, virile health that it brought to this fine specimen who I first knew as an anemic, pale, wasted figure without enough blood to color a freckle."
  • (George "Gabby" Hayes) "You mean you're the son of the local cattle baron and we'd have played this town without telling me?"
  • (Gene Autry) "Why should I?"
  • (George "Gabby" Hayes) "What a fine partner you're turning out to be. Think of the ballyhoo: "Son of cattle king returns to share his triumphs with friends of his childhood." Why, we'll sell another twenty gallons at least."
  • (George "Gabby" Hayes) "I proclaim with pride, gentlemen, that we possess the most potent of panaceas for a plague-ridden people, and the most musical minstrels that ever mangled a melody."
  • (Frankie Marvin) "If you didn't have the latter, you wouldn't sell much of the former."
  • (George "Gabby" Hayes) "I resent that, sir. It's unbecoming a gentleman, a scholar and a good bassoon player."

Frankie Marvin as Shorty

  • (Frankie Marvin) "You shoulda shot the polecat when you had a chance."
  • (Smiley Burnette) "Yeah, but I ain't got no huntin' license."

Cornelius Keefe as Jerry Brooks

  • (Cornelius Keefe) "Turn around and face the wall. Take a rope off this bundle, boy, and tie there hands behind them. Work fast. If I start to pass out, I may take some of you with me for luck."

Eugene Jackson as Eightball

  • (Eugene Jackson) "Look out, he's gonna shoot."

Smiley Burnette as Smiley

  • (Smiley Burnette) "You better keep this"
  • (Smiley Burnette) "in case he wakes up."
  • (Gene Autry) "I don't need it. He's a friend of mine."
  • (Smiley Burnette) "In that case, I'll keep it. We may meet some more friends of yours."

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