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: They didn't even dig him a decent grave. Wil Andersen
: Well, it's not how you're buried, it's how you're remembered.
Mrs. Kate Collingwood
: Where's your head man? Cimarron
: That's Mr. Andersen, he's over at Ft. Smith. Mrs. Kate Collingwood
: Alright, then. What's your name? Cimarron
: They call me Cimarron. Mrs. Kate Collingwood
: I'm Kate, to my friends. Ha-ha. And who's the one with the pretty pink blush? Cimarron
: This here's Homer. Mrs. Kate Collingwood
: Hello, Homer. Homer Weems - Cowboy
: Ma'am. Mrs. Kate Collingwood
: How many men you got in your outfit, Cimarron? Cimarron
: Well, if you're going by age, we got, eh, two that's 15. Mrs. Kate Collingwood
: My, god.
[Kate's troop of ladies giggle
: If you're going by what we can do, there's 11 of us! Mrs. Kate Collingwood
: No offense. In this kind of country, a poor helpless woman likes to know if there are any men around. I mean, men who can take care of us, as we, go along our way. Cimarron
: Well, we're gettin' paid a man's wages. Mrs. Kate Collingwood
: And you look man enough to earn them, too, Cimarron.