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    What are some of the best one liners you guys have heard in Western movies ? Such as, with a shake of the head, “You brought two too many” ! And from which Western ?

  • #2
    Josey says, "Seems whenever I get to likin' somebody, they ain't around long."
    Lone Watie says, "I notice that when you get to DIS-likin' somebody, they ain't around long, either."

    "Those horses can't outrun Little Blackie! They're loaded down with fat man and iron!" - Mattie Ross, True Grit

    "You just shot an unarmed man!" Little Bill says.
    "Well, he should have armed himself," replies William Munny.

    "Mister, we deal in lead." - Vin Tanner, in The Magnificent Seven

    "I told my pap and mam I was comin' to the mountains to trap, and be a mountain man! They acted like they was gut-shot." - Del Jue, in Jeremiah Johnson.

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    • #3
      Monte Walsh (Tom Selleck) looking at the new ranch manager's Model A Ford stuck in a mud hole.
      MW: "What was your name again?"
      ranch manager: "Robert."
      MW: "Well, Robert. You can't imagine just how little I care."
      With a nudge, Monte jumps his horse over the mired down Model A and canters off into the sunset.

      Tell Sackett (Sam Elliott) to the cocky young gunfighter trying to goad Cap Roundtree (Ben Johnson) into a gunfight.
      Sackett growls to the kid, "See them lines in his face? They're war maps."

      Don't remember the character name or movie title.
      Kid asked Sam Elliott: "Who gave ya the black eye, mister?"
      Elliott: "Nobody gave it to me son, I had to fight for it."

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      • #4
        Originally posted by FirstBubba View Post
        Monte Walsh (Tom Selleck) looking at the new ranch manager's Model A Ford stuck in a mud hole.
        MW: "What was your name again?"
        ranch manager: "Robert."
        MW: "Well, Robert. You can't imagine just how little I care."
        With a nudge, Monte jumps his horse over the mired down Model A and canters off into the sunset.

        Tell Sackett (Sam Elliott) to the cocky young gunfighter trying to goad Cap Roundtree (Ben Johnson) into a gunfight.
        Sackett growls to the kid, "See them lines in his face? They're war maps."

        Don't remember the character name or movie title.
        Kid asked Sam Elliott: "Who gave ya the black eye, mister?"
        Elliott: "Nobody gave it to me son, I had to fight for it."
        The name of the film with Sam Elliot is Conagher

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        • #5
          Frank Tanner: Any last words?
          Bob Valdez: Hundred Dollars! ?


          "you ever been hungry lady? not just ready for dinner hungry, but so hungry that your belly stands out?" ?

          "We all die, just a question of when."

          "I would like to know his name."


          MY FAVORITE WESTERN MOVIE QUOTE FOR LIBERALS
          "A gun is a tool, Marian; no better or no worse than any other tool: an axe, a shovel or anything. A gun is as good or as bad as the man using it. Remember that." ?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by PigHunter
            At 2:00 in the clip below...

            "But you're a beautiful woman and if I was to want a free one I'd want it with you I guess... more than them other two."

            Clint Eastwood as William Munny in 'Unforgiven'.
            Another Western worth seeing more than once.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Gary Devine View Post
              Frank Tanner: Any last words?
              Bob Valdez: Hundred Dollars! ?


              "you ever been hungry lady? not just ready for dinner hungry, but so hungry that your belly stands out?" ?

              "We all die, just a question of when."

              "I would like to know his name."


              MY FAVORITE WESTERN MOVIE QUOTE FOR LIBERALS
              "A gun is a tool, Marian; no better or no worse than any other tool: an axe, a shovel or anything. A gun is as good or as bad as the man using it. Remember that." ?
              Rich, good thread +3
              The answer- "You brought two too many horses in the western, Once upon a time in the West.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Gary Devine View Post
                Frank Tanner: Any last words?
                Bob Valdez: Hundred Dollars! ?


                "you ever been hungry lady? not just ready for dinner hungry, but so hungry that your belly stands out?" ?

                "We all die, just a question of when."

                "I would like to know his name."


                MY FAVORITE WESTERN MOVIE QUOTE FOR LIBERALS
                "A gun is a tool, Marian; no better or no worse than any other tool: an axe, a shovel or anything. A gun is as good or as bad as the man using it. Remember that." ?
                Hombre was a fine movie, but I thought it needed a little more revenge situations from John Russel (Paul Newman) ! Although the action in the bar against the two guys who were giving the Indians a hard time was great. But his actions against Boone could have been more severe.

                You are right Gary, Once Upon A Time In The West.......a wonderful film with Charles Bronson. Now there is an actor who had some great revenge actions against those who were dumb enough to piss him off !

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                • #9
                  Lonesome Dove was full of them. Quigley down Under had some good ones too.

                  The one you put up from Once Upon a time in the west, is one of my favorites.

                  The Good the Bad and The Ugly have a few good ones so does the Original True Grit (Still Haven't Seen the New One)

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by FirstBubba View Post
                    Monte Walsh (Tom Selleck) looking at the new ranch manager's Model A Ford stuck in a mud hole.
                    MW: "What was your name again?"
                    ranch manager: "Robert."
                    MW: "Well, Robert. You can't imagine just how little I care."
                    With a nudge, Monte jumps his horse over the mired down Model A and canters off into the sunset.

                    Tell Sackett (Sam Elliott) to the cocky young gunfighter trying to goad Cap Roundtree (Ben Johnson) into a gunfight.
                    Sackett growls to the kid, "See them lines in his face? They're war maps."

                    Don't remember the character name or movie title.
                    Kid asked Sam Elliott: "Who gave ya the black eye, mister?"
                    Elliott: "Nobody gave it to me son, I had to fight for it."
                    Bubba, Monty Walsh was an exceptional movie in as much as it was different from the usual oater, it being more refined, more emotional and not the normal shoot-em-up bang bang Western ! I would have to say, probably my favorite. But then I don’t think there are too many Westerns with Selleck that I did not like, and the same for Sam Elliot !

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Buckshott00 View Post
                      Lonesome Dove was full of them. Quigley down Under had some good ones too.

                      The one you put up from Once Upon a time in the west, is one of my favorites.

                      The Good the Bad and The Ugly have a few good ones so does the Original True Grit (Still Haven't Seen the New One)
                      Buck, I have watched Lonesome Dove more than a dozen times. Along with Return to Lonesome Dove and Streets of Laredo which all tie in with each other. Lonesome Dove, as you said, is full of one liners, that movie has exceptional writing which of course was made from the novel by McMurtry (sp). I do not think the new True Grit matches the original, jmo.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Buckshott00 View Post
                        Lonesome Dove was full of them. Quigley down Under had some good ones too.

                        The one you put up from Once Upon a time in the west, is one of my favorites.

                        The Good the Bad and The Ugly have a few good ones so does the Original True Grit (Still Haven't Seen the New One)
                        I'll have to get around to watching the new one sometime.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by FirstBubba View Post
                          Monte Walsh (Tom Selleck) looking at the new ranch manager's Model A Ford stuck in a mud hole.
                          MW: "What was your name again?"
                          ranch manager: "Robert."
                          MW: "Well, Robert. You can't imagine just how little I care."
                          With a nudge, Monte jumps his horse over the mired down Model A and canters off into the sunset.

                          Tell Sackett (Sam Elliott) to the cocky young gunfighter trying to goad Cap Roundtree (Ben Johnson) into a gunfight.
                          Sackett growls to the kid, "See them lines in his face? They're war maps."

                          Don't remember the character name or movie title.
                          Kid asked Sam Elliott: "Who gave ya the black eye, mister?"
                          Elliott: "Nobody gave it to me son, I had to fight for it."
                          Bucky, thanks, I has forgotten.

                          bhr, I liked Selleck in most of his movies, but there are some times, the way he presents a line or his actions, just don't seem to fit.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Buckshott00 View Post
                            Lonesome Dove was full of them. Quigley down Under had some good ones too.

                            The one you put up from Once Upon a time in the west, is one of my favorites.

                            The Good the Bad and The Ugly have a few good ones so does the Original True Grit (Still Haven't Seen the New One)
                            Call (Tommy Lee Jones) fussing at their Mexican cook about the beans, "Cain't you cook anything but these Mexican strawberries?"

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Buckshott00 View Post
                              Lonesome Dove was full of them. Quigley down Under had some good ones too.

                              The one you put up from Once Upon a time in the west, is one of my favorites.

                              The Good the Bad and The Ugly have a few good ones so does the Original True Grit (Still Haven't Seen the New One)
                              In one of Eastwood's "spaghetti westerns", Eli Wallach is submerged in a run of water when a bad guy bursts in and is threatening to shot him.
                              The tub explodes as Wallach blows the guy away with the handgun hidden in the tub.
                              "If you're gonna shoot, shoot! Don't talk!"

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