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Fallon: Get out of here! The Sheriff's comin'!
Dinkey Hooley: I think we're on the wrong side.
Dare Rudd: This is no time to think!


--John Wayne (as ) in Born to the West

The Alamo

The Alamo

Graciela Carmela Maria 'Flaca' de Lopez y Vejar: Crockett? You are the famous Davy Crockett?
Col. Davy Crockett: Well, I'm Crockett. They named me Davy after an uncle that didn't leave Pa the farm after all.


--John Wayne (as ) in The Alamo

Major Kendall: That's a pretty primitive outlook; medically speaking, that is.
Col. John Marlowe: Well, doctor, war isn't exactly a civilized business.


--John Wayne (as ) in The Horse Soldiers

Miss Hannah Hunter: [military cadets have opened fire] What are you going to do now *Mister* Col. Marlowe?
Col. John Marlowe: With all due respect, m'am, I'm gonna get the hell outta here.


--John Wayne (as ) in The Horse Soldiers

Miss Hannah Hunter: Major Gray, an actor... and Colonel Secord almost a senator... but Colonel Marlowe, you must be a professional soldier.
Col. John Marlowe: No, prior to this current insanity I was a railroad engineer.


--John Wayne (as ) in The Horse Soldiers


Miss Hannah Hunter: They'll catch up to you and cut you to pieces, you nameless, fatherless scum. I just wish I could be there to see it.
Col. John Marlowe: If it happens, Miss Hunter, you will be.


--John Wayne (as ) in The Horse Soldiers

Fletcher 'Fletch' McCloud: Well, I guess Lawrence is burned to the ground.
Bob 'Shortcut' Seton: Yeah. Well, we got a saying down in Texas: that it takes a good fire to burn down the weeds... to let the flowers grow.


--John Wayne (as Bob Seton) in Dark Command

Pa Bascom: What did they do, Coleman?
Breck Coleman, Wagon Train Scout: Killed my best friend. And I've been on their trail ever since.
Pa Bascom: That's a serious charge. If you're sure, we'll call a settler's meeting in the morning to try 'em.
Breck Coleman, Wagon Train Scout: You can call a settler's meeting to bury 'em!
Pa Bascom: What do you mean?
Breck Coleman, Wagon Train Scout: I kill my own rats.


--John Wayne (as ) in The Big Trail

Brad: There's only one way you can stop me from looking for Lucy, mister, and that's kill me!
Martin: That's the way I feel, Uncle Ethan
[Edwards glares at him]
Martin: Ethan... Sir.
Ethan: Alright, but I'm giving the orders here. I'm giving the orders and you'll follow 'em, or we're splitting up right here and now!
Martin: Well, sure, Ethan. Just one reason were here, ain't it, is to find Debbie and Lucy?
Ethan: If they're still alive.


--John Wayne (as Ethan Edwards) in The Searchers

Beau Merritt: [holding up a glass] Have a shot?
John Breen: [holding up his wounded arm] Just had one.


--John Wayne (as ) in The Fighting Kentuckian

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Dakota

Dakota

Sandy Poli: That's papa! He's shooting at us!
John Devlin: All I want to know is: do you take after your papa or mama?
Sandy Poli: Papa always wants to shoot things out. He has no more sense than you have. I do hope he doesn't kill us. He'd never get over it.
John Devlin: Well, I'd feel kind of regretful about it myself.


--John Wayne (as ) in Dakota

Nancy Carson: Well, you've certainly made a hit with Billy and Julie.
Stony Brooke: I wish the rest of the family felt that way.
Nancy Carson: Give me a good reason why I should.
Stony Brooke: Oh, well, I'm kind to animals and help old ladies across the street.
Tucson Smith: That is, when there aren't any young ones to help.
Stony Brooke: The voice of experience.


--John Wayne (as ) in Santa Fe Stampede

Liberty Valance: You lookin' for trouble, Doniphon?
Tom Doniphon: You aim to help me find some?


--John Wayne (as Tom Doniphon) in The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance

Bob 'Shortcut' Seton: [accepting Cantrell's dinner invitation] This is the first time I've had two kinds of bird for dinner - turkey to eat, and buzzard to look at.


--John Wayne (as Bob Seton) in Dark Command

Bob 'Shortcut' Seton: [to "Doc" before he makes his election speech] I gotta get outta here!


--John Wayne (as Bob Seton) in Dark Command

Bob 'Shortcut' Seton: Folks, it's true. I don't know much about the law. Ain't had much book learning. But the good Lord gave me a nose for smelling a horse thief a mile off. And what you need in these parts is a marshal that's better at smelling than spelling.


--John Wayne (as Bob Seton) in Dark Command

Breck Coleman, Wagon Train Scout: Say, Zeke, who was the he-grizzly that just went by?
Zeke: That's Red Flack. He's bullwhackin' for Wellmore. He's gonna whack Wellmore's train clear through to Oregon.
Windy Bill: You reckon you'll ever find out who downed old Ben?
Breck Coleman, Wagon Train Scout: It's just possible that a certain low-down coyote left his sign there.


--John Wayne (as ) in The Big Trail

Breck Coleman, Wagon Train Scout: We can't turn back! We're blazing a trail that started in England. Not even the storms of the sea could turn back the first settlers. And they carrie dit on further. They blazed it on through the wilderness of Kentucky. Famine, hunger, not even massacres could stop them. And now we picked up the trail again. And nothing can stop us! Not even the snows of winter, nor the peaks of the highest mountain. We're building a nation and we got to suffer! No great trail was ever built without hardship. And you got to fight! That's right. And when you stop fighting, that's death. What are you going to do, lay down and die? Not in a thousand years! You're going on with me!


--John Wayne (as ) in The Big Trail

Capt. Dooley: [to navigator Murray] You're a lousy guy to sleep with.


--John Wayne (as Capt. Dooley) in Island in the Sky

Capt. Dooley: I know you're down in the middle of a big nowhere. They're all dependant. I ate today and it's still strong. But tomorrow. So find food, that's number one. Find out where nowhere is, that's number two. And you can help the others find nowhere. They'll come, they won't leave you alone waiting on a pin point of nowhere.


--John Wayne (as Capt. Dooley) in Island in the Sky

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