Sweet and Sour

TV MOMENTS I KEEP WAITING FOR

BOB COLLINS June 4 1960
Sweet and Sour

TV MOMENTS I KEEP WAITING FOR

BOB COLLINS June 4 1960

TV MOMENTS I KEEP WAITING FOR

WE’RE DOWN IN THE STUDIO AUDIENCE NOW, SELECTING A MARRIED COUPLE TO PARTICIPATE IN OUR NEXT STUNT . . . AND HERE’S A COSY TETE-A-TETE AND THE LADY IS WEARING A RING, I SEE . . . give us a close-up here, Eddie . . . NOW, SIR. WILL YOU TELL US YOUR NAME AND HOME TOWN? ... I’M SORRY, SIR. BUT YOU’LL HAVE TO MOVE YOUR HAT AWAY FROM YOUR FACE AND SPEAK UP ... A LITTLE SHY, I SEE! WELL, LET’S TALK TO YOUR LOVELY WIFE . . . WHAT’S THAT, SIR? ... Oh, she’s . . . not your wi ...?.. . WELL, NOW, LET’S MOVE RIGHT ALONG THE AISLE HERE . . .

I’m telling you to catch the next stage outa town, Shane. Dodge City don’t need your kind.

You better not push me, Marshal Dillon. I hear you're fast, but I ain’t scared of you.

I don’t want to kill you but you’re askin’ for it . . . Stand outa the way, Chester . . . Awright, Shane, any time you’re ready . . .

(GUNFIRE)

I had to do it, Chester. You seen it . . . he drew first.

Yeah! You sure enough got him dead to rights!

He wouldn’t listen to me, Chester. He wouldn't believe that a man can’t live forever by his gun.

Yeah! . . . Well, guess this makes me Acting Marshal at last. Come on around to the Long Branch, Mister Shane. I’ll stand you to a beer.

BOB COLLINS

"Tin~e to get up, William."