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Ellen (Character)
from The Quick and the Dead (1995)

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The Quick and the Dead (1995)
Cort: Last night, The Kid. Tonight, Herod. You're a busy woman. Any man in this town you're not interested in?
Ellen: Yeah. You.

Kid: I'm worth $3,000 in four states. Seventy-five offenses and no convictions. My name's Fee but, uh... everyone calls me the Kid.
Ellen: Congratulations.

Scars: I need a woman.
Ellen: You need a bath.

Scars: You're purty.
Ellen: You're not.

Ace Hanlon: You wanna play poker with me, little lady?
Ellen: Looks like you're having a pretty good time playing with yourself.

Blind Boy: John Herod owns that house. He gets fifty cents of every dollar in this town.
Ellen: What's the town get?
Blind Boy: Huh... they gets to live.

Ellen: [after Herod accepts the Kid's challenge] You would fight your own son? I'm gonna kill you if I have to ride all the way to Hell to do it.
John Herod: Do you have some particular problem with me?
Ellen: I'll let you know.

John Herod: You're not fast enough for me!
Ellen: Today I am.

Ellen: [female gunslinger walks up behind a preoccupied bartender] How about a room?
Horace: Whores next door.
Ellen: [carefully sets her cigar down] Say that again.
Horace: I said whores next door.
Ellen: [kicks the stool out from under him, catches his liquor bottle as he falls, & pours herself a drink] Now, do you have a room available?
Horace: Uh, room and bath, yes, ma'am, coming up!

Ellen: In case you forgot, Preacher, I saved your life last night.
Cort: No, I think you just stretched it out a bit. I might've even gone to heaven if you'd let me die.
Ellen: Sorry.

Ellen: Don't you even want to fight back?
Cort: Sure. I'd like to kill them all for what they've done. But I won't. Killing people is wrong.
Ellen: Some people deserve to die.

John Herod: I could give you more money than you could ever spend.
Ellen: I wouldn't feel like I'd earned it.
John Herod: [Knowingly] Oh yes, you would.

John Herod: I was married to a beautiful woman. She was unfaithful.
Ellen: Where is she now?
John Herod: I told you, she was unfaithful.