Little Bill Daggett: I don't deserve this... to die like this. I was building a house.
Bill Munny: Deserve's got nothing to do with it.
Little Bill Daggett: I'll see you in hell, William Munny.
Bill Munny: Yeah.
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Continuity: In the bar scene where Gene Hackman confronts Clint Eastwood there is a whiskey bottle and a glass on the table in front of Eastwood. He shoves the glass forward and you definitely hear it chink against the bottle. In the next second there are several inches of space between the bottle and the glass.
Factual error: During the confrontation between Little Bill and English Bob outside the barber shop, all the Deputies cocked their guns - for emphasis. Then Mr. Beauchamp reaches into his bag to show that he only has books, the Deputies cock their guns again. With the rifles they have this would eject the shell that was in the barrel and cycle a new one. It doesn't.
Revealing: After Muney kills Hackman's character and he is leaving town in the torrential downpour, a large circle of white light is illuminating the street in between the buildings. This light cannot possibly be from any natural or earthly source (e.g., it's raining heavily, so no moon; no electricity during this period in history). Without the artificial light, the scene would be completely dark and unviewable.
Other: After the assassination in the outside toilet, as Clint and the kid are riding away they are very close together and being shot at by the other cowboys. The scene ends with the focus on two of the cowboys standing side by side but shooting in directions about 90 degrees apart. At the range they were shooting the targets would have to be 50 metres apart, but were actually last seen side by side.