They Call Me Trinity (1970)
Tobias: [as Trinity and Bambino ride into the Mormon camp] Welcome, brothers!
Bambino: [gruffly, to Trinity] Who told him we were brothers?
Trinity: [innocently] Wasn't me.
Trinity: I'm sorry, but I couldn't let them call Ma an old...
Bambino: But it's true.
Trinity: Yeah, but she ain't that old.
Bambino: One shop destroyed. Three heads split like overripe melons. One man wounded and one castrated. All in two hours. Just two hours I left you alone. Two hours.
Trinity: Well, you asked me to give you a hand.
Bambino: Not like that, Beetle Brain!
Bambino: You get washed up. And tomorrow, you leave.
Trinity: See ya later.
Bambino: No you're NOT gonna see me later!
Trinity: Oh, come on, Bambino. No sense...
Bambino: Don't call me Bambino!
Trinity: You want me to call you Sheriff?
Bambino: Don't call me, at all. Not even if you're drownin'.
Trinity: [Getting ready to fight it out with a bunch of The Major's men] You gonna handle this lot?
Bambino: [big, leisurely yawn] I just woke up, you take your share.
[the Major's Men look around at each other, startled]
Major Harrison: Let this be a reminder, old man. Either you leave this valley or I'll bury you in it. The choice is yours.
Bounty Hunter: Hey, Trinity. They say you got the fastest gun around.
Trinity: Is that what they say?
Bounty Hunter: Yeah.
Trinity: [chuckles] Geez...
Jonathan: This was a quiet town before you came. Disgusting town, but quiet.
Bambino: How's our old lady?
Trinity: The same. She's always got something wrong with her.
Bambino: Now, where the devil is it?
Trinity: In New Orleans, runnin' a whorehouse.
Bambino: I was talkin' about the bullet.
Bambino: I'm not mad at you. I'm mad at our Ma. She shoulda strangled you, or at least drowned ya when you were born.
Jonathan: Well, I couldn't leave him in town; he tends to tell to tell the truth. He's an alcoholic, you know.