The Plunderers (1948)
Sam Borden: Tap, it ain't every man that gets the chance to see his own funeral. I don't know that I rightly like it, though. It seems kind of ghostly like. There's my cousin, Pete, all red-eyed... mostly from corn, not from grief. And there's banker Havens sad as can be, but probably wondering will my house bring money enough at auction to cover the mortgage.
Sam Borden: You ladies goin' out for a ride this evening?
Julie McCabe: We're going shopping - and I have no intention of leaving town, you'll be sorry to hear.
Sam Borden: Kinda late to be goin' shoppin' isn't it? Bound to be about time to be closin' up.
Lin Connor: We work late and sleep late, so we have to shop late. Can we go now, Sheriff?
Sam Borden: Didn't mean to hold you up. There are enough people being held-up around here.
Title Card: From the history of the Old West comes this story of the Outlaw Trail. In the 1870s, renegades and gunfighters rode almost unchallenged in the Territories of Wyoming and Arizona. Law enforcement was practically unknown, dependent as it was on widely-scattered army posts and local sheriffs who were ineffectual against outlaw gangs which attacked swiftly and escaped into the rugged wilderness.