The Devil's Backbone (1971)
Tattinger: What's that dog doing?
Captain Viktor Kaleb: Get away from there!
Tattinger: Why, he was fixin' to eat that
Captain Viktor Kaleb: One tried to eat him once.
Captain Viktor Kaleb: O'Toole made two mistakes. He didn't test his skills...
Cpt. Crawford: And he yelled when he was falling.
Captain Viktor Kaleb: An Apache wouldn't.
Cpt. Crawford: Damn it! If a man is dying, he has a right to be a little bit disturbed by it!
Captain Viktor Kaleb: Not if he cares anything about the men he was with.
Major Wade Brown: Would you care to inspect the fort, General?
General Miles: Hell, no! How do you get a drink around here?
Captain Viktor Kaleb: There's a good chance he won't come back, General.
General Miles: That's the price of glory.
Natachai: Before the beginning of time, a great warrior god battled the father of all eagles in the mountain higher than the sky and when he defeated the giant eagle, he sat alone on the mountain. He sat and he soon found that the sorrow of death must come not only in the father of all eagles, but to all men as well. And in his love for all things alive, and for his sorrow for all things dead, he became born again. And when this happened, the eagle came magically to life and soared high within his heart. As long as men have love for all things living, and sorrow for all things dead, then will warriors have two lives... but die only once.
Cpt. Crawford: I thought Apaches were supposed to be so damned quiet.
Captain Viktor Kaleb: They yell like that to scare you.
Cpt. Crawford: They sure as hell did!