Cookie Bullfincher: I knew I was too young and pretty to die.
[Roy is unhappy that his boss has ordered to cooperate with Lee Madison while she researches her next western novel]
Bob: Did you read "Murder on the Border"?
Cookie Bullfincher: Golly, I did. It's about...
Roy Rogers: I know what it's about - black-hearted villains and roarin' six-guns. I'd like to see him face those six guns he writes about.
[Roy pretends to be an outlaw so he can scare Lee Madison into returning to the East]
Roy Rogers: Well, where's Madison?
Lee Madison: H-he didn't show up. What do you want him for?
Roy Rogers: I want his money. He's rich and I'm poor!
Lee Madison: You mean you rob from the rich and give to the poor?
Roy Rogers: Yeah, that's right. Besides, I don't like him.
Lee Madison: Why?
Roy Rogers: Did you ever read any of those awful western stories he writes?
Lee Madison: Awful?
Roy Rogers: Yeah, awful. They give us outlaws a bad name!
[seeking the location of an old Mexican silver mine, Roy, Cookie, Lee and the Padre find a clue on one of the bells of San Angelo church]
Padre: [reading the inscription] "As the sun rises, the shadow of my arms and the pillar of my strength shall mark that which God made and whence came the bells of San Angelo."
Lee Madison: That's beautiful!
Cookie Bullfincher: But what does it mean?
Roy Rogers: "... The shadow of my arms and the pillar of my strength..." Arms, pillar - that must mean a cross! Cookie, do you know where there's a cross around here?
Cookie Bullfincher: Sure! On top of the church.
Roy Rogers: No, I mean up in the hills near the border where the mine could be.
Padre: None now, but there was a shrine many years ago to which the people came to pray to Santa Guadalupe at Easter.
Cookie Bullfincher: Sure, Padre, I remember. On your side of the border near some rimrock!
Cookie Bullfincher: Royyyyyy!