Sergeant York (1941)
Walter Brennan: Pastor Rosier Pile
Pastor Rosier Pile : See that rock, Alvin? You've been plowin' around that rock a heap o' years.
Alvin : Sure have!
Pastor Rosier Pile : Did you ever think when you start plowin' yer furrows crooked, it's mighty hard to get 'em straight again?
Alvin : I never thought on it much.
Pastor Rosier Pile : It's that-a-way, I reckon, with other things 'sides plowin'. Satan's got ya by the shirt tail, Alvin!
Pastor Rosier Pile : Don't be takin' it hard Mother York, what you just heerd.
Mother York : I ain't a-takin' nothin' hard Pastor. An' I ain't makin' excuses for Alvin, or nobody.
Pastor Rosier Pile : 'Course you ain't. I ain't askin' you to.
Mother York : I'm right proud of Alvin.
Pastor Rosier Pile : You gotta right to be.
Mother York : Works hard, Alvin does. Patchin' and a-scratchin' that poor land. It's mighty hard work gettin' corn outta rocks. Who's to blame him, if he busts loose now an' again.
Pastor Rosier Pile : Nobody Mother York - nary a soul.
Mother York : 'Course, I ain't fer Alvin doin' like he does. A little religion wouldn't do him no hurt.
Pastor Rosier Pile : No. 'Twouldn't.
Mother York : Pastor, I wouldn't be agin you talkin' to Alvin. Do you think it would do any good?
Pastor Rosier Pile : Well - wouldn't do no harm. I'll be ridin' up an' havin' a talk with him.
Mother York : I'm a-thankin' you Pastor.