Last Train from Gun Hill (1959)
Walter Sande: Sheriff Bartlett
Gun Hill Sheriff Bartlett : Far as I'm concerned, you can go out on the street and get yourself killed anytime you want to, but, you know something, 40 years from now the weeds'll grow just as pretty on my grave as they will on yours. Nobody'll even remember that I was yellow and you died like a fool. That's your long view, son. Always take the long view.
Marshal Matt Morgan : I've got two warrants, and I'm gonna serve them. I'm leavin' town with two men, and the long view is this: don't try to stop me!
Marshal Matt Morgan : It's customary for the sheriff to cooperate - furnish deputies...
Gun Hill Sheriff Bartlett : We've got our own customaries, Mr. Morgan. Anyway, the sheriff ain't around.
Marshal Matt Morgan : When's he comin' back?
Gun Hill Sheriff Bartlett : He ain't comin' back.
Marshal Matt Morgan : [realizing he's being stonewalled, he puts his hands on his hips and smiles ironically] What are you? Deputy?
Gun Hill Sheriff Bartlett : Don't matter much what you call me.
[he takes a badge out of his pocket and throws it on the desk]
Marshal Matt Morgan : [looking at the badge] I'm callin' you yellow!