The Last Hard Men (1976)
Pima County Sheriff Noel Nye: This came in about six o'clock. Twenty two escaped. They've captured or killed fifteen so that leaves seven.
Sam Burgade: Hmm. Gant. Weed: he could track a duck across a pond. Shiraz: a knife. Lee Roy Tucker: that coyote sniffed under every boulder in the territory. Mike Shelby: nineteen years old, in for life. Menendez: that must be Cesar Menendez. Real handsome lookin' man - cut the head off a little gal in Nogales one time. Said he wanted her earrings.
Pima County Sheriff Noel Nye: And Zach Provo.
Sam Burgade: I though he was dead.
Pima County Sheriff Noel Nye: Well, don't worry about it, Sam. We'll get him. Yeah, we got automobiles, telegraph, the railroad. I ain't ever heard of anyone out run a telephone yet.
[Provo sees the posse in hot pursuit]
Susan Burgade: Having second thoughts?
Zach Provo: A man who has second thoughts ain't no man.
Lee Roy Tucker: When lead starts slappin' these rocks up here, do you figure we're all going to hide behind that juicy little butt of hers?
Sam Burgade: You can go back if you have to. I'll go where I have to.
Pima County Sheriff Noel Nye: Yeah, well, I know where you're going. You're going about six feet under, that's where you're going, because they got seven guns to your one.
Zach Provo: Are you in or out?
Will Gant: Man, for four thousand in gold, I'd cut my old man in a town square and let the vultures feed on his carcass!
Zach Provo: The things I think up here, I think maybe two to three minutes ahead of you. And that's what counts.
Cesar Menendez: A man needs only two things: a good horse and a silver dollar.