Dollar for the Dead (1998 TV Movie)
Dooley: I don't mean to pry or nothing, but it's just... I wonder how a man gets such bad enemies.
Cowboy: I never had any good ones.
Dooley: I reckon we ought to bury him.
Cowboy: You find the head and I'll bury the rest of him.
Dooley: I guess the buzzards got to eat too. Old Colby, he was once a friend.
Cowboy: And once he wasn't.
Reager's friend: They were here.
Reager: The place they've just left is about as close as we seem to get.
Cowboy: Redlegs and regulators... the only thing that came out of the war was new names for killers.
Dooley: You don't talk much, do you?
Dooley: Is it me?
Cowboy: It might get to be.
Dooley: And when you're alone, do you talk to yourself?
Cowboy: Yep, and I have the good sense to know when to shut up.
Dooley: Well, what do you talk about?
Cowboy: No one else finds me this facinating. Why you?
Dooley: Well, it ain't because you're so facinating. It's just that you're the only one here.
Reager's friend: There's always someone faster.
Gambler - Sterling: He's the one.
Reager's friend: What one?
Gambler - Sterling: The one who's always faster.
Dooley: You're a hell of a shot, Cowboy. But in the human being department, you barely meet basic requirements.
Dooley: Patience isn't exactly his strong suit.
Jacob Colby: What is?
Cowboy: Shooting people who make me impatient.
Dooley: Where are you from?
Cowboy: No place in particular?
Dooley: Where are you headed?
Cowboy: Same place.
Dooley: What the hell would you know about a future?
Cowboy: Nothing, but I know enough about not having one.