Flint: Are you telling me about the passes?
Adams: Yes, I'm telling you about the passes. Now wake up, will you?
Flint: I'll get on my horse just as soon as I've had some breakfast.
Adams: I don't like to rush you but if you don't find the right pass for us a lot of people could freeze to death.
Adams: (about Capehart) He may be out of his mind but there's nothing wrong with his teeth.
Adams: We'll let the authorities take care of Mr. Danton.
Harris: Why wait that long?
Adams: What would you suggest, Mr. Harris?
Harris: I got some high grade rope in my wagon.
Flint: This is a wagon train, Mr. Wentworth, not a jungle.
Ellen: God forgive us for what we almost did.
Flint: Sometimes I wonder if God doesn't get a little tired of forgivin'.
Adams: The only animal in the whole world that feels shame is the human animal.