Wyatt Earp (1994)
Doc Holliday: Dave Rutabaugh is an ignorant scoundrel! I disapprove of his very existence. I considered ending it myself on several occasions but self-control got the better of me.
Frank Mclaury: You're first on my list Holiday. Spend the rest of your time expecting to see me.
Doc Holiday: Mclaury, seeing you would be a nice change. I understand most of your enemies got it in the back.
Doc Holiday: My mama always told me never put off till tomorrow people you can kill today.
Nicholas Earp: Remember this, all of you. Nothing counts so much as blood. The rest are just strangers.
Wyatt Earp: You'd be doing me a favor if you called me Wyatt or Earp, but not both.
Doc Holliday: Wyatt Earp? I've heard that name before. Don't know where, but it wasn't good.
Wyatt Earp: What's wrong with you?
Doc Holliday: What is wrong with me? What have you got? I am dying of tuberculosis. I sleep with the nastiest whore in Kansas. Everyone who knows me hates me, and every morning I wake up surprised that I have to spend another day in this piss-hole world. (To onlookers) All you can kiss my rebel dick!
Wyatt Earp: Not everyone who knows you hates you, Doc.
Doc Holliday: I know it's not always easy being my friend, but I'll be there when you need me.
Wyatt Earp: Mister, I've been in a really bad mood for the last few years, so I'd appreciate it if you'd just leave me alone.
Wyatt Earp: [Firing shotgun in air, blocking advancing Clemmens Crew] I'm Wyatt Earp!
Cowboy #1: Who the fuck is Wyatt Earp?
Cowboy #2: Just some asshole, I expect.
Morgan Earp: [after striking Cowboy #2 over head with his pistol] He's the asshole who enforces the law!
Frank Mclaury: You're next on my list, Holliday. You better get used to seeing my face, 'cause it's the last thing you're gonna see.
Doc Holliday: McLaury, seeing your face would be a pleasant change. I understand most of your enemies got it in the back.
John Shanssey: Doc...
Doc Holliday: John.
John Shanssey: Doc, this here is Wyatt Earp.
Doc Holliday: Wyatt Earp... I've heard that name before. Can't remember where, but it wasn't good.
Bessie Earp: We are your wives. Don't we ever count more than the damn brothers?
Wyatt Earp: No, Bessie, you don't. Wives come and go, that's the plain truth of it. They run off. They die.
Sheriff Johnny Behan: I've been getting everything ready so we could be married!
Josie Marcus: [packing her belongings as she talks] You've been saying that since the 1st night you saw me in the show, but it never came to pass, and now it never will. I'm not mad Johnny. I think I knew about you, the minute I met you. Besides it wouldn't be right for me to marry you anyways.
Sheriff Johnny Behan: Why not?
Josie Marcus: Well, it's not that I don't love you, I don't even like you.
Doc Holliday: Wyatt, you ever wonder why we been a part of so many unfortunate incidents, yet we're still walking around? I have figured it out. It's nothing much, just luck. And you know why it's nothing much Wyatt? Because it doesn't matter much whether we are here today or not. I wake up every morning looking in the face of Death, and you know what? He ain't half bad. I think the secret old Mr. Death is holding is that it's better for some of us over on the other side. I know it can't be any worse for me. Maybe that's the place for your Maddie. For some people, this world ain't ever gonna be right.
[Wyatt takes his first drink for many years]
Wyatt Earp: Is that supposed to let me off the hook?
Doc Holliday: There is no hook my friend. There's only what we do.
Doc Holliday: Do you believe in friendship, Wyatt Earp?
Wyatt Earp: [nods head silently]
Doc Holliday: So do I. Do you have many friends?
Wyatt Earp: [shakes head 'no' silently]
Doc Holliday: Neither do I.
Doc Holliday: John here has been a good friend to me when many others would not. *Dave Rutabagh* is an ignorant scoundrel! I disapprove of his very existence. I considered ending it myself on several occasions, but... self-control always got the better of me.
[takes a slug of whiskey]
Doc Holliday: Besides, I'm a sporting man. I'm not a killer.
[goes into a coughing fit]
Virgil Earp: We're gonna disarm them and take 'em in. You understand, Doc?
Doc Holliday: Oh, I understand Virgil. But
Doc Holliday: do you think they will?
Warren Earp: Wyatt, you're still a marshal around here, aren't you?
Doc Holliday: Sure. But now he's going to be a marshal and an outlaw. Best of both worlds, son.
Judge Spicer: You have robbed the people of Tombstone of a precious resource. Fred White was a brave lawman, a loving husband and father, a loyal friend and a good man which you, Curly Bill Brocius, are not.
[Just before the confrontation at the OK Corral]
Clem Hafford: Is there gonna be a fight, Wyatt?
Wyatt Earp: I think there must be.
[at a gravesite]
Bat Masterson: They say it was the biggest funeral in the history of Dodge
Bat Masterson: . Of course, the town ain't that old.
Morgan Earp: I say we just kill 'em all.
Doc Holiday: You know Morg, Wyatt is my friend, but I believe I'm beginning to love you.
Wyatt Earp: [immediately after returning to Dodge City] My name's Wyatt Earp... it all ends *now*!
Nicholas Earp: Do you think you're the first person to lose someone? That's what life is all about, loss! But we don't use it as an excuse to destroy ourselves. We go on, all of us.
Nicholas Earp: You take on a job, you finish it. Any man who can't be depended on steady, ain't worth the trouble of having around.
Wyatt Earp: Mr. Clements, your men respect you and I don't want to do anything to take away from that. I'm sure you've earned it. So you and your boys are welcome in Dodge City, so long as you obey the law.
[presses his shotgun to Clements' belly and cocks both barrels]
Wyatt Earp: But if you don't want to cooperate, I'm gonna open you up right now with this shotgun so wide, your whole crew is gonna see what you had for breakfast. After that, it won't matter much what happens next, will it.