Movie: The Searchers [1956] Movie: The Searchers [1956]

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Reverend Clayton:
Mount! M-O-N-T-E! Mount!

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Mrs. Jorgensen:
It just so happens we be Texicans. Texican is nothin' but a human man way out on a limb, this year and next. Maybe for a hundred more. But I don't think it'll be forever. Some day, this country's gonna be a fine, good place to be. Maybe it needs our bones in the ground before that time can come.

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Ethan:
What you saw wasn't Lucy.



Brad:
But it was, I tell you!



Ethan:
What you saw was a buck wearin' Lucy's dress. I found Lucy back in the canyon. Wrapped her in my coat, buried her with my own hands. I thought it best to keep it from ya.



Brad:
Did they...? Was she...?



Ethan:
What do you want me to do? Draw you a picture? Spell it out? Don't ever ask me! Long as you live, don't ever ask me more.

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Ethan:
Let's go home, Debbie.

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Laurie Jorgensen:
[Martin is preparing to join a raid against the Indians and rescue Debbie] You're not goin', not this time.



Martin:
Are you crazy?



Laurie Jorgensen:
It's too late. She's a woman grown now.



Martin:
But I gotta go, Laurie, I gotta fetch her home.



Laurie Jorgensen:
Fetch what home? The leavings a Comanche buck sold time and again to the highest bidder, with savage brats of her own?



Martin:
Laurie, shut your mouth.



Laurie Jorgensen:
Do you know what Ethan will do if he has a chance? He'll put a bullet in her brain.


[pause]



Laurie Jorgensen:
I tell you, Martha would want him to.



Martin:
Only if I'm dead.

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