||The Treasure of the Sierra Madre/Book
||Mexican Bandit (Gold Hat?)/ B. Traven
||"Badges, to god-damned hell with badges! We have no badges. In fact, we don't need
badges. I don't have to show you any stinking badges, you god-damned cabron and
ching' tu madre! Come out there from that shit-hole of yours. I have to speak to
you." (Previously censored here. Sorry kids!)
||- Page 161, Modern Library edition
||Journey to Fusang/ Book
||Fur trader/ William Sanders
||«he replied in extremely poor Arabic that "he didn't have no stinking badgers."»
||- Page 118, Stone Dragon Press edition
||Fantastic Four issue: #375 - "Doom"/ Comic Book
||Johnny Storm (Human Torch)/ Tom DeFalco (writer), Paul Ryan (artist)
||"You're kidding, right? The Fantastic Four don't need no steeeenking weapons!"
||Mind Prey/ Book
||Lucas Davenport/ John Sandford
||"Records? We don't got no steenking records"
||- Page 103, Putnam Edition
||Butch Karp/ Robert K. Tanenbaum
||"Oh, charges! This is Special Projects, honey. We don' need no stinkin'
||- Page 340, Penguin Books edition
||Richie Tozer/ Stephen King
||"Batches? We doan need no stinkin batches!"
||- Page 706, New American Library edition
||A+ Certification For Dummies/Book
||"Batteries? We don't need No Stinking Batteries" (Subheading)
||- Missing Can you help?
||POD: Pilot's Handbook for version 2.0 software/Manual
||«Quick Start Guide or: "Manual? I don't need no stinking manual!"»
||- Page 7, PDF document
||Walt Disney's Comics story: "The Three Caballeros Ride Again" / Comic Book
||Alfonso "Gold Hat" Bedoya/ Don Rosa
||"Bandages? I ain't got no bandages... I don't need no stinkin' bandages!"
||Adventures from the Book of Virtues Chick-fil-A Promotional Cassette: Honesty/ Fable on Tape
||"Badgers? We don't need no stinking badgers!"
||The Fortress of Solitude/ Book
||Narrator/ Jonathan Lethem
||"We don't need no stinking badges."
||- Page 238, Doubleday edition
||Incubus Dreams/ Book
||Anita Blake/ Laurell K. Hamilton
||"Metaphysics, we don't need no stinking metaphysics."
||- Page 653, Berkley Hardcover edition
||Cobbler Loring/ Christopher Paolini
||«"Barges?" said the cobbler. "Barges?" We don't want no
||- Page 413, Knopf Hardcover edition