The Badlanders (1958)
Cyril Lounsbery: How much would you love me if I wasn't rich?
Ada Winton: Not as much.
Cyril Lounsbery: I didn't think so.
Ada Winton: How much would you love me if I weren't pretty?
Cyril Lounsbery: Well, that's a different cup of tea.
Ada Winton: No it isn't. A man being rich is exactly like girl being pretty. So there!
Peter Van Hoek: You know, there's not a rich man that doesn't want to be richer.
Peter Van Hoek: How about being an outside partner?
John McBain: No, I wouldn't make a partnership with God.
The Marshal: Oh, that suite is taken. So is every room in the hotel. And every other hotel in town. You might try the stable across the bridge.
Peter Van Hoek: I like horses, Marshal, but not as roommates.
The Marshal: Unless you want to see your own gravestone on your way to hell, you'll be on the next stage. Now that leaves here tomorrow at sundown. And you're going to like it. It crosses the desert at night. It's cooler then.
John McBain: It seems like everybody around here is stealing from everybody else.
Sample: Who are you going to use for the job?
Peter Van Hoek: I hope to use Vicente. Why?
Sample: Personally, I don't trust Mexicans.
Peter Van Hoek: Personally, I do. I've even forgotten the Alamo.
Anita: Why did you help me on the bridge? Because your heart speaks, yes? That's why I want you to stay here. Because I like you.
John McBain: [scoffs] Sure... because I'm so "good"-lookin'.
Anita: Ohh... You think I'm 16 years old, and I only dream of a man who is pretty as a postcard? No... I see inside. And what I see inside, querido, is very good. I want you to stay her for a long time.