Dead Man's Walk (1996 TV Mini-Series)
Bill: I wish I still had my harmonica. It's dreary out here without no tunes.
[the rangers dig side-by-side graves for two of their dead comrades]
Long Bill Coleman: Josh and Zeke were pards. I don't guess they'll mind bunking together in the hereafter.
Bigfoot Wallace: If anybody knows a good scripture, let 'em say it. We got to skedaddle. I don't fancy another fight with Buffalo Hump.
Long Bill Coleman: There's that scripture about them green pastures...
Bigfoot Wallace: So say it then, Bill!
Long Bill Coleman: Well... them there's green pastures... that's all I recall.
Capt. Salazar: I am slmost out of ammunition. If you send us back with no horses and no bullets, Gomez will kill all of us.
Major: Ask that priest for a prayer. If he's a good priest, his prayers might be better than bullets or horses.
Carey: There's plenty of food, gentlemen. You may want to wash first before you eat.
Bill: Well, ma'am, if there's grub I'm for eating first and washing later.
Bill: If i eat another plate of beans, I'll float back to Austin.
Woodrow F. Call: Did you hit him?
Johnny: Hit who?
Woodrow F. Call: Did you hit the Indian you shot at?
Johnny: Who shot?
Woodrow F. Call: You shot! Are you so drunk you can't remember shooting your own gun?
Johnny: Oh, God, Bill, I hope it don't get cold again tonight. I don't mind dying... if I could do it warm.
Bill: Me, I'll shoot myself in the head if I got time.
Bigfoot Wallace: Well, that could go wrong, too. Don't be sticking no gun in your mouth unless it's a shotgun.
Augustus McCrae: Why not? It's hard to miss your head with a gun in your mouth.
Bigfoot Wallace: No, it ain't. That bullet could ricochet off a tooth... come out your ear. You'd be still healthy enough to torture for a week. You shove the butt of a gun against your eyeball... and pull. Now, that's sure. Then if some squaw comes along and chews your privates, you won't know the difference.