Hombre (1967)

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John Russell, disdained by his "respectable" fellow stagecoach passengers because he was raised by Indians, becomes their only hope for survival when they are set upon by outlaws.




  • Peter Allen and Liza Minnelli at an event for Hombre (1967)
  • Diane Cilento in Hombre (1967)
  • Paul Newman in Hombre (1967)
  • Paul Newman and Diane Cilento in Hombre (1967)
  • Diane Cilento and Barbara Rush in Hombre (1967)
  • Paul Newman in Hombre (1967)

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14 April 2005 | route661
"Hombre" screenplay
"You'd eat dog. You'd fight for the bones too."

"You ever been hungry? I don't mean 'ready for supper' hungry. I mean when your belly swells."

"What do you expect me to take with me?" "Your life. How's that? And if you make it, we'll drink to your good luck."

"That Grimes. He think it going' to be easy. He doan brink no water, only whiskey." "Well, it's going to get a lot harder."

"I would like at least to know what his name was." "He was called John Russell."

These were all just off the top of my head not having seen the movie in over 8 years. (not counting the ones that have already been posted)

One of my favorite movies ever.

I am pleasantly surprised that there are other people out there that have seen it recently and/or remember it. Many other lines. I'll post when I watch it again.

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