Apache Drums 
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Rev. Griffin: If I live to bury Joe Madden, I'll say only four words over his grave: This was a man.
Joe Madden: I got a knack at healing. I know something about it.
Sam Leeds: Look, you're a great horse doctor, Joe, and...
Joe Madden: There isn't much difference between a horse and a human. At least I know how to get started. You wouldn't even know that.
Lt. Glidden: Do you realize that men have been given as much as twenty years in federal prison for giving liquor to an Indian?
Lt. Glidden: You see they don't drink to get drunk. Their drinking is like praying. And then they kill.
Sam Leeds: No bullets, no protection... not even anything worth taking a last look at.
Reverend Griffin: It is God's earth, man. You wouldn't reject it in the hour of your death.
Sam Leeds: I guess the winning hand always comes up after the game has been played. That's the way it always is.
Mr. Keon: The kid can ride!
Joe Madden: How do you know?
Mr. Keon: I ought to know, I'm his Pa.
Joe Madden: There might be a big war party out there.
Bert Keon: Let me ride my own horse, and there's not an Indian pony that will even smell his dust.
Sam Leeds: I like your notion, Reverend, that Apaches are just evils the Lord created to try honest men. I'm saved! I'm not an honest man.
Sam Leeds: Some men are makers. They got to sweat for what they want. I'm a taker. I got to be one.
Sally: You could be good and honest.
Sam Leeds: I saw my father work his heart out on a lathe in Bridgeport. He died young and he died broke. He was an honest man. I never want to be one.
Sam Leeds: Look, Reverend, you give a dog a bad name and everybody throws a stone at him. Sure, I gamble. I drink, too. I killed a man who was trying to kill me. This is a rough country and you got to take care of yourself.
Sally: It's a kind of pity that I only like bad men and want to make them good.