McSween: [about the murdered Tunstall] Lord God, this was a quiet man. He lived the way a man ought to live. He did not lie. He did not hurt. He listened to any man who spoke to him.
Pat Garrett: [about the fragility of the amnesty] One shot - one ten cent bullet, and that's it!
Billy The Kid: They had me dead! That amnesty - that's for THEM! For Moon and hill and Grant! They walk around! I'm buried! They put dimes on my eyes!
Pat Garrett: This is my wedding, Billy. You try to start something, I'll take it hard.
Pat Garrett: You see I work up a sweat - to mind my own business.
Moultrie: [when he sees Billy] I knew you weren't dead!