Show Business: Innocent Revisited

Saddlesore and dust-caked, two aging cowpokes ride slowly into the gathering dusk. John O'Hanlan (James Stewart) listens with mounting exasperation as his longtime sidekick Harley Sullivan (Henry Fonda) rambles on:

HARLEY: I had a dog one time who used to lay on his back in the sun. Just lay there with his hind legs all spread out, you know, and his tongue hanging out of his mouth. He was laying there like that one day and a wagon ran over him. He never laid that way again. He always walked funny after that. He...

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