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: The population of the United States is over 63 million people now. Lilly
: They sure ain't here.
: Sawmill? Anita
: We sold our bodies, why couldn't we sell some wood?
: What's your name? Lilly
: Lilly. Kid Jarrett
: Just Lilly? Lilly
: Lilly's enough. Kid Jarrett
: Well if you answer to it... Lilly
: Well, that depends on who's asking.
: Eileen, you don't have to throw yourself at the first old fart that comes along.
: Are we going to find another saloon or what? Cody Zamorra
: I'm finished with that. Anita
: Me too.
: Are we going to get Eileen out or what? Cody Zamorra
: How? Lilly
: I don't know, but we got you out when they were gonna lynch you. Cody Zamorra
: Well now, that was lucky. Lilly
: Look here, I don't let my friends get hung.
Ned, Jarrett Gang
: Hey girlie, how about old Ned unties you and we can have some fun, eh? Lilly
: Well, then you better kill me first, because the only way I'd lay with you would be if I was dead.
: [about Eileen
] You'll see her again. Lilly
: It ain't likely.
: Lily! Can't you see that I was just trying to get us something passable to eat? Lilly
: Yeah, and I'm Wyatt Earp. Eileen
: Can I have a kiss, Wyatt Earp? Lilly
: Don't you go puckering up to me, Eileen. Eileen
: Oh come on, come on.
: Law of the land was the cattle could roam whever they wanted to. See that barbed wire? It gave ranchers like Tucker a chance to start out without being overrun by the cattle of the big outfits. You know, people say the West was conquered by the railroads. Uh-uh, my daddy says it's conquered by barbed wire. Lilly
: You sure a know a lot about this for a fine southern lady from New Orleans. Eileen
: Ah Lily, I ain't from New Orleans, I lied to Ben. I grew up on an East Texas grub farm not unlike this one.
: She ain't coming back. Anita
: She will. Lilly
: I'm going to get Eileen now, are you coming? Anita
: If Cody comes back and we're not here. Lilly
: Don't worry, she'll wait.