3:10 to YumaDVD - 2007
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Violence: Many scenes of violence (shooting) and certain disturbing images in film.
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William Evans: "...You ever been to Dodge?" Ben Wade: "Yes indeed. Meanest, most beautiful, dirty city there ever was. It's just overflowin' with cattle-drivers, road-agents, prospectors, gun-slingers, gamblers, and women. ...Women'll do things to ya you'll never forget." Doc Potter: "They'll give ya disease you'll never forget."
Bisbee Marshal: "Alex, have you been drinking this morning or not?" Alex Potter (town drunk): "Marshal, you know I never touch a drop until the stroke of noon."
Bisbee Marshal: "Do I have two volunteers?" Member of posse #1: "We gotta know what we're gettin' ourselves into." Member of posse #2: "Sure... might not be safe!" Bisbee Marshal: "Safe! Who knows what's safe? I knew a man dropped dead from lookin' at his wife. My own grandmother fought the Indians for sixty years... then choked to death on lemon pie... Do I have two volunteers?"
Charlie Prince: "...Any strangers come in town?" Hotel Proprietor/Bartender: "Not since you went to sleep, sir." Charlie Prince: "...Well, might as well go along. She won't come now." Hotel Proprietor-Bartender: "Who was you plannin' to meet?" Charlie Prince: "My wife -- she ran off with a travelin' man." Hotel Proprietor-Bartender: "She did?!?" Charlie Prince: "That's why I've been sittin' up all night. I figgered he'd bring her here." Hotel Proprietor-Bartender: "Well, whattya know? Mine ran off, too! I wonder why they do that..." Charlie Prince: "I don't know... I've always treated mine alright -- never hit her too hard." (They both raise their glasses and down a shot)
Ben Wade: I've always liked you Byron, but you never know when to shut up. Even bad men love their mommas.