Where the Hell's That Gold?!!? (1988 TV Movie)
Cross: You've been shot at before.
Boone: Not sitting on a load of dynamite.
Cross: How about tied to a post?
Boone: One time in Denver, I ate in this restaurant. It had a big sign on the wall: "Watch your hat and coat". While I was watching them someone stole my steak...
Indio: I have something very important to tell you. I have just learned that the federales have put a price on my head. Ten pesos! Yes, that's right! Ten stinking pesos! I don't know about you, but this makes me very angry. There is a bandit from Durango who has not robbed and killed near as many innocent people as I have... and the price on his head is 10,000 pesos!
Boone: If the Confederacy hadn't run out of medals, I bet we would have got one then.
Cross: If they made a hero out of you, you wouldn't be worth a damn, Boone.
Boone: Yeah, I guess so... I guess so. I seen it happen to a lot of soldiers.
Germany: We're not afraid of a good fight.
Cross: There's no such thing as a good fight if you could wind up dead.
Jones: Do you know why it is that a man can always beat a dog at poker.
Young Fargo Man: No, sir.
Jones: A dog gets a good hand, he always wags his tail.
Boone: A lot of thanks I get, working to keeping you alive.
Cross: Having you work for me is like losing two good men.
Lieutenant: What does it mean?
Boone: Is that all?
Cross: That's enough! Let's get out of here!
Cross: He said that firing squad couldn't hit a bull in the ass with a banjo!
Cross: A man starts telling everybody his business, pretty soon he doesn't have any.
Boone: Sometimes I don't understand you, Boone. One time you're fighting for the good side; next with the bad.
Cross: A man's got to make a living, Boone.
Boone: You and me, we got as much chance of growing old as this train does getting safe across Mexico.