Bad Girls (1994)
Eileen: It's the language of love.
Tucker: I didn't know the language of love had words, ma'am.
Eileen: Oh my, yes. I could teach you.
Anita: The population of the United States is over 63 million people now.
Lilly: They sure ain't here.
Anita: We sold our bodies, why couldn't we sell some wood?
Preacher: Every tree is known by its fruit. This woman has brought forth bad fruit.
Covered Wagon Driver: Sorry, son, the only female I seen in the last month is that mare over there. And she's starting to look pretty good to me, how about to you?
Kid Jarrett: What's your name?
Kid Jarrett: Just Lilly?
Lilly: Lilly's enough.
Kid Jarrett: Well if you answer to it...
Lilly: Well, that depends on who's asking.
Preacher: [about to hang Cody] I accuse you of harlotry! I accuse you of having a scorpion between your legs that seduces men! I accuse you...
Cody Zamorra: Just get on with it, will ya?
William Tucker: I don't have a lot of money, but I've got this land, and I swear I'll never break your heart.
Anita Crown: If your laws don't include me, well then, they don't apply to me either.
Lilly Laronette: Eileen, you don't have to throw yourself at the first old fart that comes along.
Widow Matilda Clayborne: If you were anything more than a pile of manure with a badge on it, my Colonel might still be alive.
Echo City Sheriff: It's not like I put a gun to your mister's head and made him jump that whore... bitch!
Jerome Lurie: Ma'am, I don't know how to tell you this...
Anita Crown: Tell me what?
Jerome Lurie: Well, your claim is worthless without your husband alive. See for yourself... second paragraph. Now ma'am, I'm sorry but it's the law. Surely you understand that.
Anita Crown: Yes, I understand that. I was worthless until I married. So now, I guess I'm worthless as a widow. Funny, I had some value as a whore.
Lilly: Are we going to find another saloon or what?
Cody Zamorra: I'm finished with that.
Anita: Me too.
Cody Zamorra: It takes money. Building a sawmill takes money.
Anita: I know, I'm probably just dreaming, but it's the closest thing to a plan we've got right now.
Cody Zamorra: Well, it could be that I got some... in Agua Dulce. Been wiring money there for years; over $12,000 by now.
Lilly: Are we going to get Eileen out or what?
Cody Zamorra: How?
Lilly: I don't know, but we got you out when they were gonna lynch you.
Cody Zamorra: Well now, that was lucky.
Lilly: Look here, I don't let my friends get hung.
Anita: Cody! Cody! Help!
Cody Zamorra: Leave her alone, Colonel.
Colonel Clayborne: I paid for a G**D*** birthday kiss, and I'm gonna get it!
Cody Zamorra: You touch her again and you're a dead man.
[Colonel shoots twice at Cody, she shoots him in the chest]
Ned, Jarrett Gang: Hey girlie, how about old Ned unties you and we can have some fun, eh?
Lilly: Well, then you better kill me first, because the only way I'd lay with you would be if I was dead.
William Tucker: Once the money gets back to Agua Dulce I reckon you're going to be pretty big heroes in these parts.
Cody Zamorra: We ain't heroes.
Anita: [about Eileen] You'll see her again.
Lilly: It ain't likely.
Eileen: [to Lily] I love you all the way to the moon and back, that's never going to change.
Eileen: [Anita rides off] Where's she going?
Cody Zamorra: Probably just riding off the anger.
Eileen: She picked a fine time to have a fit. If it were she in trouble, Lily would be the first one to help her.
Cody Zamorra: I want to buy a dress.
Dress store clerk: And what kind of dress did you have in mind?
Cody Zamorra: Oh one of them ready to wear kinds like you see in the Sears catelouge.
Dress store clerk: I really think someone like you would be happier shopping elsewhere.
[Cody grabs him and holds her gun to him]
Eileen: Lily! Can't you see that I was just trying to get us something passable to eat?
Lilly: Yeah, and I'm Wyatt Earp.
Eileen: Can I have a kiss, Wyatt Earp?
Lilly: Don't you go puckering up to me, Eileen.
Eileen: Oh come on, come on.
Josh McCoy: They put Pinkertons on your trail, you best keep moving.
Eileen: Do I look like a criminal type?
Tucker: No ma'am, you don't.
Eileen: Law of the land was the cattle could roam whever they wanted to. See that barbed wire? It gave ranchers like Tucker a chance to start out without being overrun by the cattle of the big outfits. You know, people say the West was conquered by the railroads. Uh-uh, my daddy says it's conquered by barbed wire.
Lilly: You sure a know a lot about this for a fine southern lady from New Orleans.
Eileen: Ah Lily, I ain't from New Orleans, I lied to Ben. I grew up on an East Texas grubworm farm not unlike this one.
Lilly: She ain't coming back.
Anita: She will.
Lilly: I'm going to get Eileen now, are you coming?
Anita: If Cody comes back and we're not here.
Lilly: Don't worry, she'll wait.
Kid Jarrett: Cody? Kiss my sister's black cat's ass. What're you doing here?
Cody Zamorra: I'm making a withdrawal.
Kid Jarrett: So are we, how much?
[Cody gestures to the $12,000 the banker has]
Kid Jarrett: Well, give the lady her money, fat man.
Josh McCoy: What'd that reward be?
Pinkerton Detective Graves: Five hundred dollars - wired to you when we get her. My word as a Pinkerton Detective.
Josh McCoy: Five hundred's more than I'm used to. All right. I seen that whore Cody ridin' upriver not an hour ago.
Pinkerton Detective Graves: Well hell, why didn't you do somethin'?
Josh McCoy: She's with Kid Jarrett.
Pinkerton Detective O'Brady: Hey, you sure it were Kid Jarrett?
Josh McCoy: Yeah, sure enough. I'd a done somethin' to, but I ain't no Pinkerton Detective.