El Dorado (1967)
Christopher George: Nelse McLeod
Bart Jason : [Thornton is trying to distract McLeod outside of Jason's saloon] Didn't expect to see you here, Mr. Thornton.
Cole : Hello, McLeod.
Bart Jason : I said...
Nelse McLeod : My show, Jason. Hi, Thornton.
Cole : There's a little question... unanswered between us.
Nelse McLeod : Which one of us is best?
Cole : That's right.
Nelse McLeod : I don't think we're gonna find out the answer to that question.
Cole : No?
Nelse McLeod : No. Your gun hand's no good.
Cole : You just give me time to get down off of this wagon and we'll find out.
Nelse McLeod : Why should I give you any time?
Cole : Call it professional courtesy.
Bart Jason : Don't listen to him. Why should you give him time?
Nelse McLeod : Curiosity, Jason.
Cole : [Bull blows his bugle, and when McLeod around, Thornton dives of the wagon and mortally wounds McLeod with a hidden gun] McLeod?
Nelse McLeod : You didn't give me any chance at all, did you?
Cole : No, I didn't. You're too good to give a chance to.
Nelse McLeod : Yeah. I let a one-armed man take me.
Milt : You've got a lot of faith in me, don't ya, Nelse?
Nelse McLeod : Faith can move mountains, Milt. But it can't beat a faster draw. There's only three men I know with his kind of speed. One's dead. The other's me. And the third is Cole Thornton.
Cole : There's a fourth.
Nelse McLeod : Which one are you?
Cole : I'm Thornton.
Nelse McLeod : Aren't you glad you didn't try, Milt? Pick up your guns, both of you, real easy.
Cole : Like he said, real easy.