Greatest Western Movie Lines

My favorite is a line uttered by John Vernon, in the movie The Outlaw Josey Wales, when replying to a lie told to him by a Civil War union officer " Don't piss down my back and tell me it's raining."

Also, (probably never said - but I picked it up somewhere) "Shoot low boys they're riding Shetland ponies."

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One of the best lines I can

One of the best lines I can think of comes from the Shadowriders....

"He's no rebel, he's my brother!"

God I love that line and that movie, but the book is better!

"Shoot low boys they're riding Shetland ponies."

I'm not exactly sure where the point of this was being made since I haven't read Lewis Grizzard's book which this is the title too. Although, I do know he writes with humor.

This is not a western book. Prior to his book, I heard it referenced towards men aiming to high to avoid killing when they first arrived in Viet Nam. However, a week in the bush often changed that habit, meaning it was better to lower your aim and maybe hit a target rather than to avoid hitting anything.

The long blah blah blah blah....first time reading this....kind of new I suppose.......

I'll leave this note and let the reader figure out the movie; One of my favorite movies:

"The strangeness of this life can not be measured. In trying to produce my own death, I was elevated to the status of living hero.".

Well said, Lieutenant. Hell

Well said, Lieutenant. Hell of a good movie that one.

How about

A couple more from the same movie:

"Buzzards got to eat too."

"You going to draw those pistols or whistle Dixie?"

Best western phrases

"This ain't Dodge City and you ain't Bill Hickock"

Tom Selick (Mathew Quigly) said this to Allen Richman ( Marsdon) in Quigly Down Under just prior to Quigly gunning down Marsdon and his two accompless' in a lopsided gunfight.
To which Quigly made another great movie statment, "I said I didn't have much use for a pistol, I didn't say I didn't know how to use it".
This movie in my opinion is one of the great all time western movies even if it is set in Australia.

Best Western Lines

Shane: So you're Jack Wilson. I've heard of you. Wilson: What have you heard Shane? Shane: I heard that you're a low-down Yankee liar. Wilson: Prove it.

A fantastic gunfight scene with memorable lines.

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