Five Guns West (1955)
Opening title card: Desperate for men during the last days of the War Between the States, the South found it necesssary to offer pardons to outlaws to carry out special assignments. Strange dark figures rode under the flag of the Confederacy.
Shalee: It's over. Why go on fighting?
Govern Sturges: I's kind of like a stampede... not much sense to it, but it has to run itself out.
Shalee: Men get trampled in stampedes.
Govern Sturges: Yes, but somebody has got to ride it out.
Uncle Mime: I saw this bottle. I thought it would give me my nerve back... but it took more of it away.
J.C. Haggard: You've got a lot to learn about patience.
Hale Clinton: I'm patient enough when the chips are on the table. I just want the game to get started.
Hale Clinton: You sure got one idea on your mind, Govern. You can't get your mind off that gold, can you?
Govern Sturges: You get your mind on too many things, you wind up with nothin'.
Govern Sturges: Don't string out. Indians like to pick off the last man.