Walking Tall 
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Buford: A man just doesn't know how many friends he's got 'til he's flat on his back.
Grady: Or how many people are glad that he is.
Obra: How does it feel to be part of the oppressed minority?
Thurman: Hey, Buford - How'd ya like a nice plush job as my deputy? No presence required, JUST BRUTE ANIMAL FORCE!
Buford: It's not the fine that's important. It's the principal of the thing. You got public respect, Obra.
Obra: Come over to my house tonight with public respect and watch the bonfire.
Callie: You got a warrent?
Buford: Yeah, I keep it in my shoe!
Augie McCulluah: We otta take Sir Lancelot's big stick and shove it up his ass!
Buford: I'm gonna take, and take, and take, till they ain't got nothin left to give but BLOOD!... And I'm gonna take that, one drop at a time!
Buford: Hey Grady! What about you? Are you just gonna let them throw me in a hole and bury me?
Grady: What am I supposed to do? He deals the cards... I just play the hand I get
Buford: Well, go find yourself another game!
Grandpa Carl Pusser: You better be rememberin one thing before election time, the people of this county give you that badge and they can damn well take it away from ya!
Thurman: Not like you to threaden a man, Carl.
Buford: Don't you just hate someone like that
Obra: What do you mean?
Buford: Well... he ruined our bonfire!
Luan Paxton: Lookin's for free... What I mean is lookin' don't cost nothin'.
Pauline Pusser: Is your pride worth those children's safety?... Of all of us?
Buford: If you let those people that own those joints have an inch, they'll steal the whole state... It looks like they already got a leg up on it.
Buford: There's only two rules, and thats all... But don't ever forget them. Number one we enforce the law equally. Number two, any man caught taking a bribe gets his head knocked off by me.
Judge R.W. Clarke: Why you self appointed dictator!... All you know is force and violence!... You don't understand the simplest things about the law!
Buford: I understand the difference between a poor honest judge and a rich dishonest one!
Buford: I got tired of being a trained animal in somebody else's circus.
Buford: Hey Arno, howzit hangin?