An ex-bounty hunter reluctantly helps a wealthy landowner and his henchmen track down a Mexican revolutionary leader.

[last lines]
Mitchell: Well, that settles that. Anything I can do for you, Joe?
Joe Kidd: [punches him in the nose]
Mitchell: Joe, you shouldn't 'o done that.
Joe Kidd: Next time I'll knock your damn head off.
Joe Kidd: [With Lamar pointing a gun at him] Lamar, I gotta dollar here says I can break your neck 'for you get that rig moved a half inch.
[Joe is putting the moves on Elma]
Elma: How long have they had you locked up?
Joe Kidd: Two days.
Elma: What would you be like after two months?
Joe Kidd: We wouldn't even be talking now.
Luis Chama: I do not care what you to think. I keep you for cold nights and days when there's nothing to do. Not to hear you talk.
Judge: Do you know it's against the law to hunt on Reservation land?
Joe Kidd: Well the deer didn't know where he was, and I wasn't sure either.
Helen Sanchez: He is right, we must give ourselves up, don't you see? There is no other way.
Luis Chama: I do not care what you think. I take you along for cold nights and days when there is nothing to do. Not to hear you talk.

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