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The clip Mad-Dog crashes the party Part 2 from Back to the Future Part III (1990) with Burton Gilliam, Michael J. Fox Tell me one thing. Where did you learn to shoot like that? 7 Eleven. Buford, you sure that blacksmith will be at this shindig? Sure he's here. Everybody's here tonight. You'll have to check your firearms if you want to join in on the festivities. Who's gonna make us, tenderfoot? I am. Marshal Strickland. I didn't know you was back in town. If you can't read the sign, I presume you can read this. Pretty tough hombre when you're pointing a gun at a man's back. Just like you, I take every advantage I can get. You gonna check your iron? I was just joking with your deputy. Of course, I'm gonna check my iron. We all were, weren't we, boys? Yeah, right. Your knife, too. Smile, Marshal. After all, this is a party. Only party I'll be smiling at... is the one that sees you at the end of a rope. Have fun! That's how you handle them. Never give them an inch... and maintain discipline at all times. Remember that word: discipline. I will, Pa. Thank you very much. Mr. Eastwood, nice to see you. I see you got yourself some respectable clothes and a fine hat. A couple people didn't like the way the other one looked on me.
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The clip Mad-Dog crashes the party Part 3 from Back to the Future Part III (1990) with Lea Thompson, Michael J. Fox That one suits you. It's very becoming. Thanks. "Frisbee. " Far out. What was the meaning of that? It was right in front of him. That's mine! Not anymore. Give me that. There he is, Buford. Where? There. Dancing with that piece of calico. What are you gonna do, boss? I figure if I bury this muzzle deep enough in his back nobody will hear the shot. Careful. You've only got one bullet with that. I only need one. I told you to watch your back, smithy. You're early. It's a Derringer. Small but effective. The last time I used it, fella took two days to die. Bled to death inside. It was real painful. That means you'll be dead by about supper time Monday. Excuse me. I don't know who you think you are, but we're dancing. Look what we have here. Ain't you gonna introduce me? I'd like a dance. I wouldn't give you the pleasure. You'll have to go ahead and shoot. All right. I'll dance with him. Boys, keep the blacksmith company while I get acquainted with the filly! I don't dance very well when my partner has a gun in his hand. You'll learn. Maybe I'll just take my $80 worth out of her! Leave her alone! Yeah, I bet there's something you can do that's worth $80.
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The clip Mad-Dog crashes the party Part 4 from Back to the Future Part III (1990) with Mary Steenburgen, Thomas F. Wilson I believe you've underestimated me, mister. Have I? Stop it! Damn you! No, I damn you! I damn you to hell! You. Lighten up, jerk! Mighty strong words, runt! You man enough to back them up with more than just a pie plate? Just leave my friends alone. What's wrong, dude? You yellow? That's what I thought. A yellow-belly.
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The clip Mad-Dog crashes the party Part 5 from Back to the Future Part III (1990) with Michael J. Fox, Thomas F. Wilson Nobody calls me yellow. Then let's finish it. Right now. Not now, Buford. Marshal's got our guns. Like I said, we'll finish this tomorrow! Tomorrow we're robbing the Pine City stage. What about Monday? We doing anything Monday? Monday would be fine. You can kill him on Monday. I'll be back this way on Monday. We'll settle this then. Right there, out in the street... in front of the Palace Saloon. Yeah, right. When? High noon? Noon? I do my killing before breakfast. 7:00! 8:00. I do my killing after breakfast. Break it up. What's all this about? You causing trouble here, Tannen?
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