The Jack Bull (1999 TV Movie)
Judge Tolliver: Well, I worry about you and me, Judge Wilkins. I swear to God I do, 'cause if this country gets ruined... it'll be ruined by people *like* you and me. This is a territory of unimportant people; most folks around here...
Judge Tolliver: can't even write their name. You and me... we're the important people. Trouble is, there's not enough of us important people to go around - we're spread thin, so sometimes, important things get ignored or don't get said. Like... take care of the little feller; see to it that he don't get ignored or cheated or insulted; make sure that his dignity does not get trampled on. Now you're feelin' bad right now, and by God, you ought to... seein' as what just happened to a decent man. Myrl Redding did *not* fail the law...the law failed Myrl.
Myrl Redding: Did you see the horses?
Cage Redding: [nods]
Myrl Redding: How'd they look?
Cage Redding: Great.
Myrl Redding: Promise me something son...
Cage Redding: Sure, pa.
Myrl Redding: Don't ever sell 'em.
Cage Redding: I'll never sell 'em. Never.
Myrl Redding: They're the best two you and Billy ever raised... a lot of pride in those stallions. Come from a great line; you can build on 'em.
Judge Tolliver: Myrl Redding didn't fail the law. The law failed Myrl.
Myrl Redding: [to his son] Now listen to me... Somebody steps on your rights, go after him. Never give up... never.
Myrl Redding: Just be smarter than I was.
[Riding through a beautiful mountain pass]
Woody: Whaddaya make of all this?
Myrl Redding: A church with no roof. Ya got the Almighty braggin' his head off.
Woody: Yeah. Whaddaya figure he's sayin'?
Myrl Redding: "Remember who did this. Don't get too big for your britches." I guess.
Woody: Fair enough.