My name is McCullough. And here’s my plan. Nobody’s gonna take anything from me. Nobody’s gonna hold my face in the dirt. I’m not your savage to tame.
My boys want me to sell off part of the ranch, but I got a bad feeling about that. Once you slice one little piece off, then it’s another piece and another piece until there’s nothing left.
It used to be, you had a problem with a man, you settled it and you left him there. Wasn’t no reason to clean up.
His name was Toshaway. He was a Comanche chief. I came, in time, to look upon him as a father. Many years later on, after the Apaches killed my wife and my oldest boy, it was different. I tracked them down, and I killed them all with their families. I learned what it was like to take revenge. But having a father was better.[to Maria]