Grace: I've decided about Pilgrim.
Grace: I think we should put him down. It's not fair to let him suffer.
Annie: Well I think that's a very.
Grace: And maybe we should put me down too.
Grace: Are you afraid of anything, Tom Booker?
Tom Booker: Of growing old. Being of no use.
Tom Booker: I didn't know that it was right to love her. I just loved her.
Annie: I've heard you help people with horse problems.
Tom Booker: Truth is, I help horses with people problems.
Annie: Don't they believe in signs around here?
Grace: What would they say? Ten miles to big rock. Twenty miles to bigger rock.
Annie: I haven't ridden Western before.
Tom Booker: Yeah, but he doesn't know that. Just sit on the horse.
Annie: I've never been on a cow farm before. It seems to me that the bulls have the best time. Just lying around the fields waiting for someone to come along and ask them to do their work.
Tom Booker: You get born a bull you have a 90% chance of being castrated. Served up as hamburger. So on balance, I reckon I'd choose bein' a cow.
Annie: I had a hard time finding the place. There are no signs.
Tom Booker: Oh, there are plenty of signs. Just not many of them printed.
Robert: How are you doing out there in Marlboro country?