Riders of the Badlands (1941)
Cliff Edwards: Bones Mallory
Higgins : You call yourself a dentist, will ya?
Bones : Now wait a minute, mister! Let's talk this over!
Higgins : By the time I get through with you, you'll not be talkin' - just lispin' you'll be - with meself as a dentist, too, and I won't pull your teeth; I'll be knockin' 'em through the back of your head!
Steve Langdon : Then you decided to take up denistry?
Bones : Oh, yeah, I was lookin' at a book he left back there and I figgered denistry wasn't nothin'. Pullin' teeth just took a little muscle.
Steve Langdon : And judgment.
Bones : Yeah, maybe I should have read the book instead of lookin' at the pictures.
Lucky Barton : What are you going to do?
Bones : I'm writing a letter from Captain Rogers to Warden James telling him to release Collins into my custody.
Lucky Barton : You can't sign Captain Rogers' name to a thing like that. That's arson! Er, that's larceny! You get life for larceny!
Bones : Then I'm sending a telegram to the warden, telling him that Collins has been reprieved. I'm signing the governor's name to it.
Lucky Barton : Oh, that's double larceny!
Bones : Yup. Double or nothing!
Lucky Barton : Hey, that might be a good idea at that.
Bones : Boy this riding bareback is hard on your... morale.