Waterhole #3 (1967)
Lewton Cole: I didn't break any law, Sheriff.
Sheriff John H. Copperud: No? What about stealing my horse, huh?
Lewton Cole: I needed that horse to recover the gold.
Sheriff John H. Copperud: Locking me in my own jail?
Lewton Cole: I wanted you behind me.
Sheriff John H. Copperud: Murder?
Lewton Cole: It was self-defense.
Sheriff John H. Copperud: Raping?
Lewton Cole: Assault with a friendly weapon?
Narrator: The code of the west says do unto others... do unto others before they do it unto you.
Sgt. Henry Foggers: As we say in the Cavalry, a man without a horse is afoot.