“Crossfire Trail” quotes

(2001)
Movie Crossfire Trail
Title Crossfire Trail
Year 2001
Director Simon Wincer
Genre Western, Action
Interpreted by
All actors – Tom Selleck, Virginia Madsen, Wilford Brimley, David O'Hara, Christian Kane, Barry Corbin, Joanna Miles, Ken Pogue, Patrick Kilpatrick, Rex Linn, William Sanderson, Daniel Parker
show all
  • “- Rock Mullaney: May the road rise up to meet you. May the wind be always at your back. May the warm sun shine on your face. May the soft rain fall on your fields. And until we meet again, may God hold you in the palm of his hands.
    - Joe Gill: And may you be three days in heaven before the Devil knows you're dead.”

    David O'Hara - Rock Mullaney
    Wilford Brimley - Joe Gill
    [Tag:farewell]
  • “- Charles Rodney: I ain't afraid of dying. What's that you told me?
    - Rafe Covington: 'Tis a poor thing to fear the inevitable.
    - Charles Rodney: Ah, right. Who said it?
    - Rafe Covington: Someone who wasn't dying.
    - Charles Rodney: That's good advice, but hard to follow.”

    Michael O'Shea - Charles Rodney
    Tom Selleck - Rafe Covington
    [Tag:death, fear]
  • “It's a wonder to me you lived much past 10 years old.”
    Wilford Brimley - Joe Gill
    [Tag:growth]
  • “God invented the whiskey to keep the Irish from ruling the world.”
    David O'Hara - Rock Mullaney
  • A Frenchman, a German, and an Irishman go into a saloon and order whiskeys. The drinks arrive and there's a fly in each one. The Frenchman says, "Mon dieu! I can't drink this" The German flicks the fly out of the whiskey and drinks it down. The Irishman grabs the fly. He turns it upside down and he says, "Spit it out! Spit it out!".
    David O'Hara - Rock Mullaney
  • “- Rafe Covington: Sheriff, you're sittin' in my rocking chair.
    - Sheriff Walter Moncrief: I thought that's what it was for.
    - Rafe Covington: It's for people I invite to sit in it.
    - Joe Gill: Walter, you ain't invited.”

    Tom Selleck - Rafe Covington
    Barry Corbin - Sheriff Walter Moncrief
    Wilford Brimley - Joe Gill
  • “This waiting is affecting my strategy.”
    David O'Hara - Rock Mullaney
    [Tag:strategy, waiting]
  • “- Joe Gill: Better slow down there, young fella.
    - J.T. Langston: What difference does it make?
    - Joe Gill: Well, see, if you take your time... you get a more harmonious outcome.”

    Wilford Brimley - Joe Gill
    Christian Kane - J.T. Langston
  • “- Anne Rodney: Tell me, how does a man go from the Jesuits to...
    - Rafe Covington: Couldn't get the knack of turning the other cheek.”

    Virginia Madsen - Ann Rodney
    Tom Selleck - Rafe Covington
  • Old Hennesey's dying of the tuberculosis... so his missis sends for the priest to give him the last rites. So the priest arrives at the death bed and says: "Hennesey, do you renounce Satan?". "No" says Hennessey. "I do not". "You do not?" says the priest. "No" says Hennessey. "A man in my condition can't afford to make any enemies".
    David O'Hara - Rock Mullaney
    [Tag:death, devil, enemy]
  • “- Beau Dorn: You shot me.
    - Rafe Covington: Just when things were going so good for you.”

    Brad Johnson - Beau Dorn
    Tom Selleck - Rafe Covington
    [Tag:envy, killing]
Highlights