Cap'n Jim: (about Daphne) Pretty thing.
Bart: (to Red Feather) I'd like to help you but surely you can find a better scalp than mine.
Bart: Paleface speak with forked tongue.
Red Feather: Ah, good saying. Must remember.
Bart: (to Daphne) For a second I thought I was in heaven but I can't be. They don't put leg irons on angels.
Dishonest Abe: What are you gawkin' at? You think we're animals in a zoo or something?
Bart: Sorry, boys, I didn't mean to intrude.
Daphne: I don't suppose you know what it's like to face an unfriendly jury.
Bart: I imagine it must be a horrible experience.
Bart: (to Daphne) Somehow this traveling hoosegow gives me an odd feeling.
Dishonest Abe: I'm gonna cut your heart out if I ever get the chance, Maverick.
Bart: (to Cap'n Jim) Don't bother deputizing me. I never did go in much for formality. You'd better keep the badge.
Bart: (about Daphne) You know, Cap'n Jim, I've got a feeling she's a lot tougher than we give her credit for.
Daphne: (about the Indians) Don't let 'em take me alive.
Bart: I'll save the last bullet for you.
Bart: I hope you're satisfied, Daphne. There are your Indians.
Daphne: I didn't think I could conjure up real Indians.
Bart: You're the girl who cried wolf.
Red Feather: (about Bart) Him have finest scalp in West.
Cap'n Jim: Maverick, you're a brave man. At least you'll know you didn't die in vain.
Bart: I'd rather live in vain than die anyway there is.
Bart: I've always considered the red man as my friend.
Red Feather: Good, then you no make talk when I take scalp.