The Outlaw Jossie Wales.
Josey Wales, distraught over the murder his family and soldiering squad, tries to warn Lone Watie to stay away from him: ..."Whenever I get to liking some one they ain't around for long."
Lone Watie ... "I noticed when you get to disliking someone they ain't around for long neither."
Young Megan, having buried her slaughtered dog, tearfully begs the Lord to protect her and her mother. She reads from the Bible: So I saw, and behold, a pale horse. It's riders name was Death, and Hell followed with him.
Just then she looks up and in the distance sees a man dressed as a preacher, riding towards them on a white horse.