The Quest (1976 TV Movie)
Narrator: The legend of the Bodine brothers has etched itself into frontier history in the last quarter of the 19th Century. Morgan "Two Persons" Beaudine, captured by Cheyenne and freed eight years later by the army; Quentin Beaudine, a young doctor from San Francisco. Across thousands of miles from the Missouri Breaks to the Canadian River, from the Rockies to the high plains, both joined together in a search for their sister, Patricia, still a captive of the Cheyenne. The legend of the Beaudine brothers - this is their story. This is "The Quest".
Tank Logan: This might seem a little flowery for ya. I wrote it myself. I want it to be my epitaph: "Now that my soul seeks rest beyond that great divide / They planted me here in this lonely stretch that's sunny, free and wide. / Let the cattle rub my tombstone and coyotes mourn my kin / Let the horses paw and tromp this mount, but pard, don't fence me in."