Jesse James vs. the Daltons (1954)
Father Kerrigan: Stranger, it's not safe down there! There's a lynching going on.
Joe Branch: It won't the first one I've seen.
Joe Branch: Virgil Spanner doesn't think Jesse James is dead.
Kate Manning: Why Jesse James died more than ten years ago. There's a marker on his grave.
Joe Branch: Some say he's dead, but there are others, like Spanner...
Kate Manning: And if he is alive?
Joe Branch: I'll find him.
Joe Branch: You know, you're one of the few that hasn't heard about Joe Branch. Most everyone else thinks Jesse James was my father. I have to know.
Joe Branch: You know, now I can see why Frank Bayliss thought it was worth a chance.
Kate Manning: [defiantly] Well?
Joe Branch: No... that's not the way I want to get paid off.
Mr. Rutherford, railroad president: 11:30, and I'm usually asleep at nine.
Father Kerrigan: You don't say. That doesn't leave you much time for Bible reading, does it.
Mr. Rutherford, railroad president: I read the Bible when I think it's necessary, Father.
Father Kerrigan: When you think it's necessary? Hm-hmm. Well, maybe the good Lord figures that railroad presidents have better judgment than other people.
[Joe returns the robbery loot to the railroad president]
Joe Branch: Here's your money. If the Daltons got it, you wouldn't be getting it back now and a lot of good men would be shot up.
Father Kerrigan: Mr. Branch didn't want to overtax St. Peter.
Kate Manning: Joe, I'm afraid.
Joe Branch: You almost got lynched in Coffeyville. This shouldn't bother you.
Father Kerrigan: Well, it's about time you two got here.
Joe Branch: Yes, but things have changed, Father.
Kate Manning: The sheriff told me Corey Bayliss cleared my name.
Father Kerrigan: You came here just to tell me that?
Joe Branch: No sir, we came to be married.
Father Kerrigan: Young man, you just saved yourself a whale of a sermon.