Which is exactly this many years before the movie was made
If Bart was 5 years old in the scene with the Indians, how old would that make him as Sheriff
'Back in '56, we was part of this long wagon train goin' west.'
What is the Governor's middle initial?
William J. Le Petomaine
What is Hedley Lamarr's official job?
This Johnson's ice cream parlor serves only one flavor.
This Johnson expresses 'the courage little seen in this day and age.'
'Not only was that authentic frontier gibberish, it expressed the courage little seen in this day and age!'
This Johnson says the quote in the previous question.
This Johnson is the bartender.
'Behind the bar stands Anal Johnson; he always keeps things nice and clean.'
What does the other actor call the actor playing Hitler?
'How many hours you got left, Joey?' 'They lose me right after the bunker scene.'
What does Jim call Bart when they are dressed up as Klansmen?
'Why Rhett, how many times have I told you to wash up after our weekly cross burning?'
What was Bart the first person to do to Mongo?
'Sheriff Bart firat man to ever whip Mongo. Mongo impressed. Mongo have deep feelings for Sheriff Bart.'
Bart is like what in Lili von Shtupp's hands?
'He's like wet sauerkraut in my hands. In the morning he will be my slave!'
What does Hedley Lamarr call his army during the pledge?
What time is Bart supposed to arrive in Rock Ridge?
'I just got a telegram from the Governor's office! It says the sheriff will be here at noon!'
Howard Johnson makes his welcome speech twice. The second time, what word does he drop from his title?
'As honorary chairman of the welcoming committee, it is my privilege to extend to you a laurel and hearty handshake.' 'As chairman of the welcoming committee, it is my privilege to extend a laurel and hearty handshake to our new...'
What is Lili von Shtupp's 'title'
Who performed the music on Bart's way to Rock Ridge?
April in Paris
What is the governor's secretary named?
'And one for Miss Stein, my beloved secretary!'
According to the song, what is Bart's job?
'He rode a blazing saddle, he wore a shining star, his job: to offer battle to bad men near and far.'
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