The opening sequence has trains passing opening to the town scene. The trains are passing over a modern (1990) railroad crossing. See more...
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Rooster Cogburn: It astonishes me that Mr. LaBoeuf has been shot, trampled, and nearly bitten his tongue off, and yet not only does he continue to talk but he spills the banks of English.
Col. Stonehill: I do not entertain hypotheticals. The world itself is vexing enough.
Rooster Cogburn: You go for a man hard enough and fast enough, he don't have time to think about how many's with him; he thinks about himself, and how he might get clear of that wrath that's about to set down on him.
LaBoeuf: You give out very little sugar with your pronouncements. While I sat there watchin' I gave some thought to stealin' a kiss... though you are very young, and sick... and unattractive to boot. But now I have a mind to give you five or six good licks with my belt.
Mattie Ross: One would be just as unpleasant as the other.
Rooster Cogburn: That didn't pan out.
LaBoeuf: I've just come from Yell County.
Mattie Ross: I wasn't aware we had rodeo clowns in Yell County.
LaBoeuf: A saucy line will not get you far with me.
Rooster Cogburn: We'll sleep here and follow in the morning.
Mattie Ross: But we promised to bury the poor soul inside!
Rooster Cogburn: Ground's too hard. Them men wanted a decent burial, they should have got themselves killed in summer.
Rooster Cogburn: That Chinamen is running them cheap shells on me again.
LaBoeuf: I thought you gonna say the sun was in your eyes. That is to say, your Eye!
Mattie Ross: You must pay for everything in this world, one way and another. There is nothing free except the grace of God.