In the years following the Civil War, the town of Abilene, Kansas is poised on the brink of an explosive confrontation. A line has been draw...更多>
I don't know whether you joined us or we joined you, but it's good to be together.
Chet Younger: You've been out looking for the man who stuck up the train? Sheriff Bravo Trimble: I figure I got more trail dust than he did dollars. Dan Mitchell: Now, Bravo, I thought we were old friends. Sheriff Bravo Trimble: We are, Dan, we are. But you got the idea that you ought to kick up a fuss about things that are going to happen anyway. I don't figure it that way. A man's got to live. Cows get lost, sometimes accidents happen and fellas get killed. Why get hot under the collar about I? And why go hunting for fellas that don't want to be found? Dan Mitchell: I understand you filed for reelection next fall, Bravo. Sheriff Bravo Trimble: Yeah, they talked me into it. I figured on opening up a saloon or maybe going back to practicing dentistry. But somebody has got to keep law and order in the county. Rita: You know, I think what I like least about you is you're so sure of yourself. Dan Mitchell: When a man rides down the middle of Texas Street, confidence is all he's got. Sherry Balder: Oh, Dan, if you care anything about me at all, take me away. Dan Mitchell: Sherry, I... I wouldn't be any good to you running away. Being afraid would take half the fun out of life for me. Dan Mitchell: I saw a motto on a sundial once that said: it's always later than you think Dan Mitchell: The opinion in town is... you won't last long. Hannaberry: The opinion here is... we will. Dan Mitchell: Funny, you never know who's going to fire the first shot until the fight begins. Rita: You ought to grow a beard, too. Dan Mitchell: When you wear a sun bonnet and apron, I'll grow a beard. Rita: When I wear a sun bonnet and apron, I'll grow a beard.