Loner Cody trades with the Comanches to get a white girl released. He is joined on his way back to the girl's husband by an outlaw and his s...更多>
Frank, take a ride up river. See if they crossed ahead of us. If they cut our track, it's gonna put us between a rock and a hard place.
Frank: You want to go to work, do you? Dobie: Work? Frank: Making an honest living? Dobie: Oh, no, I don't think I could do that. I could cowboy some. Frank: Well, what will that get you? You work yourself to death for somebody and likely they will have to take up a collection to bury you. Nancy Lowe: If-if you had a woman taken by the Comanche and-and you got her back... how would you feel knowing? Jefferson Cody: If I loved her, it wouldn't matter. Nancy Lowe: Wouldn't it? Jefferson Cody: No ma'am, it wouldn't matter at all. Dobie: Me and Frank were riding together up Val Verde way. Frank was alone, same as me. And we heard about this fella who was looking for some young guns. We've been with him ever since. Jefferson Cody: You'll end up on a rope, Dobie. You know that. Dobie: Yes, sir. Jefferson Cody: You could break with him. Dobie: I've thought about that. I've thought about that a lot. Frank says, "A man gets used to a thing." Jefferson Cody: Dobie, when we get to Lawrenceburg, you can ride with me for a ways. A man gets tired being all the time alone. Ben Lane: Oh, I admit I've never had much luck when it comes to women. Oh, I've run with a few, but nothing you could call serious. Except maybe that little gal down in Sonora. She said right out that she wanted to marry me. She told everybody... everybody but her husband. Oh, he came within that of doing me with a scatter gun. That taught me a lesson though - always check the brand to make sure you aren't driving another man's stock. Ben Lane: A lot of money has a way of making a man all greed inside. Jefferson Cody: Such as? Ben Lane: It can get him to thinking of doing things he might not otherwise do. You know, it's a long way to Lawrenceburg. It wouldn't surprise me if somebody didn't try to take that woman away from you. Jefferson Cody: Like you, for instance? Ben Lane: Like me, in particular. Dobie: A man does one thing, one thing in his life he could look back on... go proud. That's enough. Anyway, that's what my pa used to say. Frank: He talked all the time, didn't he. Dobie: Yeah. He was a good man. Sure is a shame. Frank: Shame? Dobie: Yeah, my pa. He never did amount to anything. Dobie: A saddle and a shirt, that's all Frank had. It sure ain't much. Jefferson Cody: Sure ain't. Dobie: It wasn't his fault, though. Jefferson Cody: No? Dobie: No, he never knew anything but the wild side.