Great Moments In Pulp Fiction, Continued:
"The Virginian's pistol came out, and his hand lay on the table, holding it unaimed.
And with a voice as gentle as ever, the voice that sounded almost like a caress,
but drawling a little more than usual, so that there was almost a space between each word,
he issused his orders to the man Trampas:
'When you call me that, SMILE!'"
from Owen Wister's The Virginian, 1902, dedicated to Theodore Roosevelt.