Major Lex Kearney, dishonorably discharged from the army for cowardice in battle, has actually volunteered to go undercover to try to preven...更多>
Austin McCool, Raider Leader
: Pick yourself a horse and use this outfit. Maj. Alex 'Lex' Kearney: Any one? Austin McCool, Raider Leader: Suit yourself! Maj. Alex 'Lex' Kearney: I'll take the black. Pete Elm, Leader of Non-military Raiders: [Outraged] You ain't givin' it to him? Austin McCool, Raider Leader: You got one horse you can ride. Why do you want with another you can't? Pete Elm, Leader of Non-military Raiders: [Rousing the Jayhawkers and Rebels] C'm'on, Rebs, stir up! This ain't no cotillion! C'm'on, boys, pack and saddle up! We're headin' south! Money in the sock, boys! [Laughs] Austin McCool, Raider Leader: Kind of used to givin' orders, ain't you? Maj. Alex 'Lex' Kearney: What's worse, I'm used to bein' obeyed. Col. George Sharpe: Just before I left Washington, Halleck gave me the latest high command opinion on organizing a group like ours. They laughed at the general. Said the word "counterespionage" wasn't even in the dictionary. It seemed ridiculous to try to create something that couldn't even be defined. Well, we're defining it for him and in great big capital letters! Sgt. Snow: Never exactly doubted you, sir, and that raw deal they gave you at your court-martial gave us a pain in the collar! Maj. Alex 'Lex' Kearney: Where do you suppose it gave me a pain?