You got good reflexes, Bo. She's a friend of mine. Hey, what's goin' on up there, Cherry? The role of Bo Decker was intended for Fess Parker, but Parker was under contract to Walt Disney at the time, who wouldn't release him. Would've won that too but they gave me a bum steer. How do you like that? I'm real fond of music myself. I ain't sung hillbilly since I was.
No man ever had to tell me what to do, did he, Virge? Unlike most of Monroe's movies, Bus Stop is neither a full-fledged comedy nor a musical, but rather a dramatic piece; it was the first film she appeared in after studying at the in New York. How do I know that you're engaged to her? I can't say it fancy like that. You hear what he said? You're all too busy havin' fun and enjoyin' yourselves. And down and down I go Quiet! As it developed, the warm and friendly Eileen Heckart was the only other actor in the film with whom Monroe appeared to have developed a close rapport off-camera. The cowboy clowns are also there to distract the bull and draw him away from the cowboy when he gets bucked off. Shouldn't be too much longer.
Cherry, this here's old Virge. Comedy Drama Romance Innocent rodeo cowboy Bo falls in love with cafe singer Cherie in Phoenix. We're gonna be all right. What's goin' on in here? They almost took my picture this mornin'. You can sew it back on.
And I've been losing my head about some guy ever since. I love a good fight. That's good enough for me. She's just a gal works in a saloon. I seen you lookin' at them pictures in Orville's magazines. I'd go anywhere in the world with you now.
I never heard of anyone marrying so young! You know how much you like swimmin' when you got used to it. Them cowboys is gettin' real lonesome. So, that's where it went! He's ridin' in the rodeo. Bus Stop was based on two plays by William Inge: People in the Wind and Bus Stop. And a piece of pie.
Ticket to Los Angeles, please. I don't get paid till Wednesday. She didn't say nothin' to me about gettin' engaged. Get two tickets for the rodeo. You better keep outta this, if you know what's good for ya. And he called me an ignorant hillbilly. What are you tryin' to tell me? I wish you luck, Cherry.
When you was eight, I throwed you in the creek, splash! Virge, you keep outta this. Anything I ever wanted in this life, I just went out and got! What's the idea of bustin' in here like that? Virge has been figurin' things out. I'm so dry, I'm spittin' cotton. Course, I didn't say anything about where you might take a notion to go after that. Chérie tries to make another getaway while Beau is asleep on the bus, but the road ahead is blocked by snow and the bus won't be leaving at all. I'm gonna find her and I'm gonna marry her, and that's all there is to it.
What are you doin' anyway? Of course, if you loved him, it wouldn't be so bad. I don't know no poetry. You got a long ride ahead of you. The inspiration for the play came from people Inge met in Tonganoxie, Kansas. That's River Gulch, the little old town where I was born.