To the Last Man (1933)
Granny Spelvin: I don't understand you, Mark Hayden. You've been home two weeks and Jed Colby traipsing up and down these mountains, braggin' about how he killed Chet Spelvin, and here you are packin' up, runnin' away from him.
Mark Hayden: The law will take care of him.
Granny Spelvin: The law! It ain't honorable to take a family feud to court. It won't spill no blood for yeh.
Mark Hayden: I want no blood spilled for me.
Granny Spelvin: Then you're puttin' yourself above the Prophets! An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth. It's in the Book!
Judge: Jed Colby, you have been found guilty. But on account of peculiar circumstances and feelings in the community, the court has decided not to have a hanging. But you'll have to go to the State Penitentiary for 15 years for the murder of Judd Spelvin.
Jed Colby: Murder? Why, it was feudin', pure and simple!
[after shooting Grandpa Chet Spelvin]
Jed Colby: Now my pappy can rest easy in his grave. I got Chet Spelvin for him.
[Lynn has rescued Ellen from Daggs's unwanted attentions]
Ellen Colby: Thanks, stranger.
Lynn Hayden: Glad I happened by.
Ellen Colby: Wouldn't have made much difference. I never seen the man I couldn't handle. Better put that hat on, 'fore the sun hits you any worse.
Lynn Hayden: Thanks, lady.
Ellen Colby: [taken aback] Lady!
Ellen Colby: [seeing Lynn eyeing her approvingly] What are you starin' at?
Lynn Hayden: A lady.
Ellen Colby: [walking toward Lynn] Hi, stranger.
Lynn Hayden: [Finding her attractive as she walks toward him] Glad I happened by.
Ellen Colby: [walking up to him] I never seen a man I couldn't handle.