Mexican Hayride

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Mexican Hayride is a 1948 film about two con men selling phony stock who flee to Mexico ahead of the law, where they run into a woman friend from their earlier days, who is now a bullfighter.

Directed by Charles Barton. Written by John Grant and Oscar Brodney.


Joe Bascom: Couldn't Jones make it?
Harry Lambert: Oh, sure, but he'd still be a smith.
Joe Bascom: How can a Jones be a Smith?

Harry Lambert: [Pointing to the bull] What are you standing around for? Go on out there and show him who's the boss!
Joe Bascom: HE....KNOWS....WHO'S....BOSS!!
Harry Lambert: Go on out there and face him like a picador, charge him like a matador and beat him like a toreador!
Joe Bascom: And he'll carry me out like a cuspidor.


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