The Electric Horseman (1979)
Wendall: I'm gonna get me a bottle of tequila and find me one of them Keno girls that can suck the chrome off a trailer hitch and just kinda kick back.
Hallie Martin: I've been to the rodeo. Twice.
Sonny Steele: Did you stay for the rattlesnake round up?
Hallie Martin: Yes. I stayed. Right till the end. I saw the whole thing.
Sonny Steele: They don't have one. How're you gonna round up a rattlesnake?
Hallie Martin: I'm just trying to be pleasant. You get so worked up about everything.
Sonny Steele: What have I got to be worked up about? I've only got a stole horse; everybody except the Coast Guard is after me; I've got nothin' but miles of open country to cross; and now I'm carrying a crazy woman around wearin' shoes from Bloomingbirds who thinks she's seen a rattlesnake round up.
Sonny Steele: I wanna thank you again for your help. There's not many people you'd trust $50,000 worth.
Farmer: [pauses] You'd better get up over the mountain 'fore it comes to me what I'm passing up.
Hallie Martin: Mr. Steele, why were you 45 minutes late to the press confrence?
Sonny Steele: Well, I'd like to aplogize for that. I was giving mouth to mouth resuscitation to a bottle of tequila. And, we lost her too.
Charlotta Steele: [commenting on Sonny Steele's condition] You look like shit... You're just walkin' around to save funeral expenses.
Ampco Industries PR Man: Grace, why don't you stand in front of that poster with Sonny, and Steve can take your picture to bring home.
Sonny Steele: Oh, no, why don't you just take a picture of Grace in front of that picture of me with that box with the picture of me on the box holding the picture of me with the picture of me? Then you've got Grace, and you've got a whole bunch of pictures of me.
Sonny Steele: I knew a fella once misjudged a Brahma - put a rib right through his lung. He could barely breathe, and he still got up and rode the rankest mare there.
Hallie Martin: I will never understand why you find that kind of behavior admirable!
Sonny Steele: It'll get you up the hill.
Sonny Steele: I ain't carrying it. And you can't carry it.
Hallie Martin: The hell I can't. I've carried this stuff a lot of times.
Sonny Steele: Where? Up the escalator at Bloomingtons, or Bloomingbirds or where ever the hell it is?
Hallie Martin: Bloomingdales!
Hallie Martin: They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day.
Sonny Steele: I know. I'm the one who said it.
Man: Hey! Hey, Hallie, Hallie Martin! We met in New York, remember?
Hallie Martin: Did we like each other?
Sonny Steele: You've had a hard day. Why don't you scrunch down in the bag?
Hallie Martin: Oh, I wish it were that easy. I don't sleep.
Sonny: Ever? How old are you?
Hallie Martin: What are you gonna do tomorrow, Sonny?
Sonny Steele: Oh, I'm gonna get movin' on. Find me something simple. Hard maybe, but plain and quiet.
Hallie Martin: You ride off with somebody else's twelve million dollar horse, did you think we wouldn't notice?