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  • You think she'll get over this a way?
  • Might.
  • Best bed them down.
  • C'mon Tige.
  • There she goes.
  • Looks like we're in for it.
  • You see 'em?
  • Can't see him can him, can't hear him.
  • You ever seen one this bad?
  • Not since Noah and the Flood.
  • Well, you should know Boss, since you was there.
  • What
  • What you say?
  • He said you should know since you was there.
  • Well at least even that one wasn't this damn wet.
  • One thing certain - Noah never shoveled as much bull from them he had aboard.
  • Let's rustle up some grub.
  • Mose
  • Hey!!
  • That hurt?
  • Yes...
  • Mose - still got them cards?
  • Yeah I got 'em.
  • Well, get 'em out and let's have us a game after breakfast.
  • Button!
  • Move them plates under here.
  • You gonna' play them cards, Mose, or stare a hole 'em?
  • Don't rush me.
  • I'll pick four.
  • Oh, for pity's sake. Take four.
  • Allright. That's it. I'm out.
  • A man's trust is a valuable thing, Button. You don't want to lose it for a handful of cards.
  • Well, at least it ain't raining
  • Get yourself dressed Button, help Mose get things cleaned up around here, then you walk out and look for them horses.
  • Looks like you could use a little muscle there Charlie
  • You just keep on like you are - you'll get your chance soon enough.
  • No need to ask for more chores, no?
  • Every man's got to pull his weight, Button.
  • Yeah, but my weight is half of yours.
  • You know, it's hard to figure Charlie sometimes. I ain't even sure if he likes me.
  • He likes you.
  • You know Boss had some pause about hiring me on.
  • Too big to get around on horses and work them cows.
  • Afraid I'd eat too much
  • It was Charlie there that talked him into it.
  • And I ain't one to take a man's confidence lightly.
  • You know, I didn't...
  • I know you ain't but it's best to keep remembering it
  • If you want your fair share of respect when you're riding with men like Charlie and Boss
  • Button, pull...
  • Pull!
  • Button? Button!
  • Quit playing with that dog and pull the wagon.
  • Pull it!
  • Hey, look at that!
  • Old Boss sure can cowboy, can't he?
  • Yeah ...
  • broke the mold after him.
  • Main bunch is working their way towards water.
  • We'll go up country find the rest of them and push them out.
  • Damn kids
  • Anyway, once we get them together, we can start driving them back closer to camp.
  • It'll be awhile before we see another town.
  • Could use some supplies coffee and such.
  • Mose.
  • Mose!
  • You'll have to ride back to that town we passed aways back.
  • When do you want me to go?
  • Tonight.
  • I'll go
  • I can go.
  • How long you figure, Charlie?
  • Without cows slowing things, maybe one day there, one back.
  • Sounds about right.
  • Come on, Boss, I can do it.
  • Sure, you can boy
  • Just don't know if that town's ready to have you turn loose on them just yet, (laughs).
  • (Spanish)
  • English!
  • Damn, shit!
  • Bullshit!
  • By God, if you're gonna pick your feet like a monkey, you do it downwind!
  • Swear to god, old Tig takes better care of herself.
  • I'm starting to think it was a mistake not getting you on some town and learn a trade.
  • I don't like towns.
  • I don't ike them.
  • Oh, you're just saying that cuz you heard me say it.
  • Get yourself a trade and set up in a town
  • You'll always have a roof over your head a bed up off the ground and food no further away than a cafe'.
  • Ain't that's so, Charlie?
  • That's a big goddamn help. Might as well be talking to this horse.
  • Put your boots on, Button and lets go to work.
  • Of course, if you was to live in a town...
  • You'd have to clean up some.
  • Otherwise no one could stand the stink!
  • What'd you do that for?
  • Cheating at cards.
  • I apologize to you for that!
  • Hey Boss, I apologized to him him for that!
  • Evidently he ain't over it yet.
  • It's getting dark, Boss.
  • He could have got hurt between the town and the camp.
  • Well, he's just taking his time. (Softly) You don't suppose he got into a poker game, do you?
  • He wouldn't gamble your money, Boss.
  • What if he's lying out there just waiting for us to come along
  • We'll never find him at night, anyway, Button.
  • Now come on down from there.
  • He's worried
  • You worried?
  • Yeah, I'm worried. Been worried since yesterday. You should have sent me.
  • Yeah, Mose can look out for himself
  • Then why ain't he sittin' here with us?
  • Well, you never was wanting to go to town - this or any other.
  • Well, I don't want to go now neither.
  • But we better find him wherever he is
  • All right
  • You and me strike out early. Button can watch the outfit.
  • Button - come on down for there.
  • Get supper working.
  • Most likely, we'll be back before suppertime.
  • But three sets of eyes is better than two.
  • You stay with the wagon
  • C'mon Boss, no one is going to bother it.
  • We haven't seen a single person since we set up the camp
  • I always feel better about leaving the wagon if someone's closer around.
  • You've been working hard.
  • Deserve a little loafin' time.
  • Stay right here.
  • Stay, Tig.
  • She wants to go.
  • She acts like she does, but she don't. Still got the heart not the legs,
  • You keep that rifle close
  • Always like me a side arm with some heft.
  • Got this off a man who couldn't pay all he owed for some cows.
  • Damn fine weapon.
  • Alway knew you favor something light, don't you?
  • Hello
  • Howdy!
  • Howdy - could you feed and water them. Curry them down with saddles on.
  • OK - that'll be four bits each.
  • You all plan on staying long?
  • As long as it takes to find who we're looking for.
  • Oh, maybe I can help you gents
  • I've been here since I've been here since Harmonville was Fort Harmon and we still had soldiers chasing off Indians.
  • I know everybody in town from my....on.
  • Big man needing a haircut... about 30.
  • Ah...
  • That's his rig right there
  • Oh yeah...
  • I know who you're talking about.
  • Very friendly young fella looks like he's been living out of saddlebags most of his life. He's got his horse in the corral.
  • Ride with you, does he?
  • Know where we can find him?
  • Yeah, he's up in the jailhouse. He got into it with some
  • With some cattlemen over at the general store.
  • Cattlemen?
  • Yeah.
  • Busted him up pretty bad too befor Marshal Poole came up back of him. Hit him over the head with his gun barrel
  • Yeah, he's lucky he didn't get shot in the back, if you know what I mean.
  • You might want to keep that in mind when you're talking to Marshal Poole.
  • Saddle his horse
  • Will this cover what he owes?
  • Oh yeah.
  • The name's Percy. If you should need anything else...
  • Much obliged.
  • Hold on.
  • (Harmon) How long have you had him here then?
  • (Poole)I brought them in here yesterday afternoon.
  • I tell you, it wasn't easy gettin' him in his cell.
  • Goddam bear.
  • Evening. The name's Boss Spearman...
  • This here is Charlie Waite.
  • Evening.
  • I believe you have a friend of ours in your jail - name's Mose Harrison.
  • Yeah, I got him here. He, uh, started a fight in the general store.
  • Mose don't start fights - just finishes 'em.
  • I just said he started it. You said he didn't .
  • Maybe you're calling me a liar.
  • You got a charge against him?
  • I got plenty. Inciting to fight, disturbing the peace,
  • Creating a public nuisance. Take your pick
  • I heard tell he got hit over the head
  • He'll be fine.
  • Well, I come to get him.
  • Well
  • You pay the fines and you can have him
  • How does...uh...
  • $50 each offense sound.
  • Like robbery.
  • Lot of money.
  • Oh, yes, a lot of money...
  • I've been waiting for you. Mr. Spearman
  • My name is Denton Baxter
  • Be your man Mose tussled with?
  • That's right.
  • You know folks in Fort Harmon country
  • Don't take to free grazers or free grazing.
  • They hate them more than they used to hate the Indians.
  • I expect that by folks, you mean ranchers like yourself?
  • I got the biggest spread around these parts, bigger than any other three or four put together.
  • Building up my own two hands piece by piece,
  • along with this town
  • Ain't no free raise cattle gonna take the feed off my cattle on this range.
  • Free grazing is legal.
  • Times change, Mr. Spearman. Most folks change with them.
  • A few holdouts never do.
  • You know, a few years back a free graze outfit came through
  • One night...
  • the cattle got stampeded the wagons caught on fire
  • And one of those boys was shot off his horse in the middle of it all.
  • Shot in the back was he?
  • Your man's horse and rig are at the livery barn.
  • You can take him with you when you leave tonight and come sunrise you hitch up your wagon
  • You get your damn free graze cattle moving and keep moving till your out of Fort Harmon country!
  • You let Mr. Spearman fetch his man so he can be on his way
  • Charlie...
  • (Wincing in pain) Ch....
  • (Tenderly) Mose...
  • Mose...
  • (groaning)
  • It looks like someone's put to boots to him after he was down.
  • Does it?
  • Mose....you gotta get up.
  • Charlie...
  • Glad to see you.
  • I don't much like this town.
  • Here you go...
  • Boy they really lit into him
  • You got a doctor in this town?
  • Yeah, Doc Barlow.
  • It's the house up behind the barn by the church. Look for a picket fence.
  • He's got a sign out front
  • Oh my. Bring him right in.
  • Lay him down in there.
  • I'll fetch the doctor
  • Get his legs, Boss.
  • Easy...easy
  • (Groaning in pain) Ohhhhhhh
  • Good.
  • I'm Dr. Barlow.
  • Boss Spearman
  • Charley Waite.
  • Patient there's Mose Harrison. He works for me.
  • These wounds are a couple days old. Easier to treat if you bring him in right away.
  • Yeah, your Marshall had him. He don't keep a friendly jail.
  • This is the man who was in the fight with Denton Baxter's men?
  • That's right.
  • He certainly gave as good as he got.
  • broke the arm of one
  • Knowing them, they had him coming I expect.
  • Lets see what we got here...
  • (Groans in agony)
  • Easy Mose
  • Easy Mr. Harrison.
  • Nobody's trying to hurt you on purpose here Mose.
  • I'd say you got a couple of broken ribs.
  • We need to get this shirt off.
  • Sue I'm gonna need some soap, some water, some alcohol.
  • I want you to drink this Mr. Harrison.
  • That's it.
  • (Chokes on it)
  • Let's clean up these cuts on his face. He's got a nice gash on his scalp there.
  • I'd say to good health gentlemen, but then I'd probably be out of business now wouldn't I.
  • We'll drink to good health...
  • ...for them that have it coming.
  • The two of you can wait in the parlor.
  • Better he didn't travel
  • Well, he'll have to.
  • How much I owe you, doctor?
  • We're even. I figured I made enough off the damage he did to Baxter's men.
  • He should have made you wealthy
  • Ma'am
  • (Boss) Doc Barlow's got him a pretty wife.
  • (Charlie) Notice that did you?
  • Well, I ain't dead.
  • Glad to hear it.
  • Sweet too. Treated as good as anybody. Is a real lady
  • Woman like that makes a man think about setting down roots
  • Hey
  • Doc looks like a real hard-working feller probably working away on making some little ones too
  • Creates quite a picture now, don't it?
  • Yeah heard they're worth a thousand words.
  • Where do you suppose he is
  • God damn kid!
  • Buttons alright Boss.
  • Anyone done him harm, they'd have gone through the wagon.
  • Reckon you're right.
  • They're he is.
  • If you're awake Mose, you might want to see this.
  • (Boss) Where you been?
  • I seen it before Charlie
  • Out with the herd.
  • Thought I told you to stay with the wagon
  • What happened to Mose?
  • Did you hear what I said?
  • Yeah, but what happened?
  • Ran into a little trouble in that town.
  • Looks like more than a little.
  • Are we moving on?
  • We always do, don't we once we grazed off a place?
  • Did I do something wrong, Charlie?
  • Just leave him be for a while.
  • You got some coffee -made fresh for a change.
  • There was three riders coming up the hill this morning.
  • Where?
  • Maybe half a mile out?
  • Just sitting there looking at the cattle
  • Same ones?
  • Four, this time.
  • The country's filling up.
  • Maybe we should push on.
  • It'll do no good, Button.
  • I've seen men like Baxter before. He means to have this herd.
  • Or scatter it to the wind
  • If he was gonna take the hair why not just keep you in that town
  • The marshal already had Mose.
  • He wants us all in one place,
  • Far from there when it happens.
  • It make no sense him telling us to move on and all,
  • It weren't the only thing he said.
  • Most time a man will tell you his bad intentions if you listen.
  • Let yourself hear.
  • Few years back, a free graze outfit come through...
  • ...that we're no idle story.
  • Let's find out for certain.
  • Beautiful country
  • Man can get lost out here
  • Forget there's people and things that ain't so simple as this.
  • How long we've been riding together, Charlie?
  • Nine or ten years?
  • You know what they call it - they call it a decade.
  • A long time.
  • Been a lot of change since then.
  • What''s on your mind, Boss?
  • Way I figure it, we can leave the cattle behind and run, or you and me can go out in the dark and stop them..
  • before they scatter the herd.
  • You reckon them...
  • ...cows are worth getting killed over
  • The cows was one thing but one man telling another man where he can go in this country something else
  • That rancher sat' in that jailhouse, sort of sneering and letting his lawman lay down the law
  • Till he figured it was time to show us that he gave the orders around here
  • Whoah...
  • ...sticks in my craw.
  • Well, we sure as hell owe them for what they've done to Mose.
  • Yeah.
  • I'll saddle the horses.
  • (Boss) You two keep a sharp eye out.
  • Got the scatter gun - we'll be watching for 'em.
  • You want to douse that fire.
  • Button, you keep in the wagon for cover. I don't want to see you out in the open.
  • Okay?
  • I got some sugar in that town - it's in the wagon.
  • (crickets chirping, campfire crackling)
  • (men talking)
  • (man) What the hell's wrong with you, Gus?
  • Twitching all damn night?
  • Damn back is so sore from being flung into that stove.
  • Feel like I've been humped by a 300-pound whore.
  • Well guess I'd say you got off easy. Look at my face.
  • You can bet Butler will square things with that big man, breaking his arm and all.
  • Did you hear it snap?
  • (snaps)
  • I heard it snap.
  • Lucky for him he shoots with either hand.
  • (Rifle being cocked)
  • (Boss, hidden) One twitch and you're in hell.
  • Now get on your feet all of you.
  • Throw them guns on the ground
  • I ain't gonna say it again.
  • Kick them away.
  • Which one of yous got a sore back?
  • Which one?
  • Him.
  • You Gus?
  • Yeah.
  • Ought not gang up on a man, three to one.
  • Wait a minute, mister, wait, wat. It wasn't our idea to jump him.
  • Shut up Riley.
  • Get up, you son of a bitch.
  • What's your name?
  • Vince.
  • Mighty nice tie down you got there. Your're a gun handy, are you?
  • You fast?
  • No.
  • How many riders does he have?
  • I said how many riders?
  • The rest are on their way to your wagon.
  • If you want to smile now, go ahead.
  • It'll be a while before he's of use.
  • Charlie, throwing them saddlebags.
  • Put your spook hats on.
  • The ones in your belt - put them on.
  • Now get your britches off.
  • I'm not taking my britches off for nobody.
  • You listen out of your good ear now.
  • Now get him off!
  • Pretty scary bunch, hey Charlie?
  • Get bellies down.
  • Flat out!
  • Get your peckers in the dirt.
  • If I hear so much as a twig break, I'll come back and kill you all.
  • Charlie... Charlie!
  • No Tige come to meet us...
  • The bastards.
  • They shot the boy, but he's alive.
  • Is that Mose?
  • He's dead.
  • Shot him in the head.
  • Charlie
  • Charlie...
  • Charlie! Get the lantern and the whiskey.
  • (Boss, speaking Spanish, reassuringly)
  • (softly) Come on, wake up.
  • Charlie
  • You shot him here and I give me the head here
  • You done good boss
  • I'm going in and out like that. I
  • Don't know we lost a lot of blood
  • Whack on the head can make a man strange for the rest of your days
  • Well, you done all you can
  • He needs a doctor now
  • You button this new morning you taking him in a wagon and move on
  • Just gonna sit out here waiting with them cows. That's right
  • And I'm gonna kill every son of a bitch come to take them
  • For one man on open ground you sure got a lot of killing in mine
  • You know, I've never gone against your boss
  • Always let you do most of talking
  • But he needs that doctor back in that town, I'm gonna take him
  • If you want to come along fine, we'll go together. Otherwise
  • You do what you have to do. I'll do the same
  • Just let you waltz in there pretty as you please waltz out again
  • Don't figure into it boss Hutton deserves every chance we can give them
  • All right
  • But I aim to kill Baxter and those are done, yes if that Marshall gets in the way I'm gonna kill him too
  • So you best get your mind right about what's got to be done Johnny. I
  • Got no problem with killing boss
  • never have
  • It's real nice charlie
  • Yeah, well man ought to have something to show he was here
  • Be gone another big storm don't matter none. He's got your dog for company you like it you put old TIG with
  • Yeah, well he was more Mo's dog in the end when he was mine
  • You're right to say some words you
  • Want to speak with the man upstairs going to do it I'll stand right here and listen hat in hand
  • Ain't talking. That's the son of a bitch
  • and I'll be holding a grudge for him letting this befall a
  • Sweet kid like Mose
  • Well, he sure as hell wasn't one to complain
  • Woke with a smile seemed like he could keep it there all day
  • Kind of managed say good morning and mean it whether it was or not
  • Tell you the truth Lord if there was two gentler souls in this world, I never seen him
  • Seem like old TIG wouldn't even kill birds in the end
  • Well, you got yourself a good man and
  • Good dog, and I'm inclined to agree with boss here about holding a grudge against you for it
  • Yes, that means amen
  • Are you alright?
  • And fine seems like you was you know, I said I'm fine just
  • It's got some old feelings coming up
  • You know Charlie we never asked each other much songs been okay with me I figure is always okay with you
  • But you said some things last couple of days things that seemed like they had kind of a history do
  • Hey Charlie don't stand behind me boss
  • When I was a kid
  • Bunch of us would go into the woods with our peashooters
  • nothing fancy just enough to
  • Kill a bird or a squirrel maybe something larger if we was lucky
  • Killed my first man in the woods
  • you know the paper on our farm and after my pod died he'd
  • Come around and get payment from my mom in any way he could
  • My children button when I shot him in the throat
  • Knew there'd be more killing so I run off and join the army
  • War was on there's only there's only too happy to have me
  • My first skirmish was pretty much like hunting in the woods with my friends we just
  • Set up with some trees and they came marching right at us
  • It's been a hundred of them lying dead after the smoke cleared
  • Around I shot the rest who weren't
  • Those of us with the knack was made into a special squad so we could travel light and on her own in the enemy territory
  • Orders were pretty simple make trouble wherever we could
  • With room like that. It wasn't long before we was killing men weren't even in uniform
  • Seemed like that went on the rest of the war
  • After that I come west
  • On a call from man with him skills I
  • Put him to work for men just like Baxter
  • Never once in a while, I almost get through a day without thinking about Who I am what I'd done
  • You drifted off again no better but no worse either
  • Your real honest man Charlie
  • Ain't gonna lie to you about button not button. I'm talking about
  • Mr. Spearman, dr. Han no, he's not here boys hurt bad
  • It's not his hearing man he hears real well when he's awake
  • Mr. Spearman, I'm checking to see if there's blood in his ears. It could mean a fractured skull
  • Are you the boy's father no ma'am, his name is button and he works for me diffuse. That's not very healthy
  • Well, you know the way to a parlor sit down
  • I'll be a while
  • Well, I don't think it's a fracture concussions more likely but it's bad
  • I
  • Have to admit we don't see a lot of people shot. I claimed and dressed the wound as best. I could doesn't look infected
  • What about the fever he needs to lay still and let his body do its work
  • No offense man, but we come a long way to see that the boy gets looked after proper by dr. Barlow
  • Now, where's he at? One of dent Baxter's hands came and fetched him out to the ranch
  • Some men there had an accident night before last
  • You must tell me what happened mr. Spearman
  • Baxter sent his men to Stampede the herd and I figured me and Charlie's are stopping before they could do it
  • Surprise him whether it was hiding in some trees when we had at him
  • That was one. Dr. Barlow was putting back together
  • We got back to camp others had shot Mose in a head shot button left him for dead
  • Shot a dog
  • I'll be getting money back. It's not necessary. We pay our way ma'am
  • Please sit, mr. White
  • Button is that his real name, please sit
  • So only one we've known
  • He's just a boy
  • Picked him up in a Texas town few years back
  • living off cafe garbage
  • Couldn't speak a word of English. I
  • Was doing him a favor
  • What about you
  • Hmm, you know that the marshal works for Baxter people saw you right in
  • Well--there's payment to be made by then that dentist don't intend to run
  • We could wire for the federal marshal
  • If you started riding today we wouldn't make it for a week storm coming maybe longer
  • We're obliged to deal with the marshal and Baxter ourselves, well, what about button?
  • He's fighting for his life we're gonna do the same
  • Whatever is needed for but
  • You do it
  • Even if he wakes he's gonna need to stay here a couple of days so we can watch him
  • Whatever's best for him.
  • (unintelligible)...my little paradise, gents?
  • I believe old Satan says the same thing at the gates of hell, old-timer.
  • (Percy laughs)
  • We'd like to put all the horses up. We had a tough trail. I like to set the wagon yonder.
  • Help yourself.
  • Hurry up though - I've seen it like this before - big one is coming.
  • You should have built into another spot
  • It's a dog Charlie
  • You alright, Charlie?
  • Yeah, figuring I've just been swimming.
  • I owe you mister!
  • That' a sweet pup you got there.
  • Remind you anyone, Charlie?
  • Small version
  • Too small to be let out in this weather.
  • belongs to my daughter
  • I
  • Tried to grab them what the water with too fast for me
  • You're going into the cafe I'd be proud to buy you both a cup of coffee
  • Coffee be good about now.
  • This is like the storm that washed away Gunnison, ten or twelve years back here.
  • Water come down from the mountains
  • nowhere to go but straight into town.
  • Killed a lot of folks.
  • Towns been here a long time, Mac.
  • It'll be here a lot longer.
  • That's right papa. Every once in a while, good storm washes through and leaves us as clean as a baby's bottom.
  • Got a look on the bright side, gents.
  • Marshall meets buzz less as always
  • Will this cover our meal?
  • lt's worth a man's life to walk across that road tonight.
  • Thanks for the coffee.
  • Well, appreciate what you done.
  • That'll be two bits.
  • Two bits.
  • I'll be having words with you two.
  • And we'll be having more than that with you, Marshall!
  • No need to make the cafe messy... with folks.
  • I've got a warrant sworn out for your arrest for assaulting Baxter's men.
  • We got a warrant sworn for attempted murder for them that tried to kill the boy....
  • who's laying over there at the docs, trying to stay alive.
  • (We) swore out another one for them that murdered the big fella you had in your cell
  • Only ours ain't writ by no tin star bought and paid for, Marshall.
  • It's writ by us.
  • And we aim to enforce it.
  • Is that so?
  • We got no quarrel with none of you folks...
  • ...but Baxter's men bushwacked our friend, shot him dead and shot a 16 year old boy too...
  • and clubbed him so hard...
  • ...he might not live.
  • Tried to take our cattle
  • Your marshal here ain't gonna do nothing about it.
  • You don't like free grazers in this town
  • We don't much like bein' here.
  • But a man's got a right to protect his property and his life.
  • And we ain't letting no rancher or his lawman take either
  • We got no intention of harming bystanders
  • Anyone who helps or comforts these goddamn law breaking free grazers is gonna have to deal with me.
  • Your call marshal
  • We don't have to settle this here and now
  • You ain't going nowhere in this weather, but I'll be seeing you gents real soon. You can count on that.
  • That marshal ain't gonna wait.
  • That son of a bitch is gonna get some men looking for us.
  • He's gonna need us locked up nice and tight in that jail by the time Baxter gets down, because if we ain't...
  • Baxter is gonna start to think they maybe Marshal Poole ain't worth what he's paying him.
  • Got some on your mind just spit it out
  • Well, I say we take him right at the jail.
  • Lock him up, til Baxter comes riding in.
  • Well, hell Charlie, why don't we just ride out to Baxter's ranch and go straight at him too?
  • Well, I'll fight where ever you want, Boss, just make the call.
  • (Charlie, to himself) Goddamit!
  • Now hold on Charlie, hold on!
  • Well you asked me, and I told you!
  • Charlie come on in out of the rain, would you? Come on.
  • Just getting testy in my old age - sounds like it's not such a bad idea.
  • Well just roll it around, is all I ask.
  • What you think of my speech in there
  • Liked it.
  • Maybe I ought to run for mayor.
  • Well, I believe officers got to be living, Boss.
  • (Knocking)
  • I come to see about the boy.
  • He's asleep.
  • Please come in.
  • Are you sure ma'am? We're a might rank.
  • We don't want to mess your house (laughs).
  • No, no, please, it's all right. Come in.
  • (softly) Thank you ma'am.
  • There you are.
  • (whispering) I can't get my fingers....
  • (soft laughter)
  • We can't get our big fat fingers in these holes.
  • (Sue laughs)
  • Too many broke knuckles.
  • Oh, let me get you something bigger.
  • No ma'am we can make do...
  • (laughingly) No...it's alright.
  • It's just nice to be sitting at a table, set with fine china.
  • Those are my mother's.
  • There are the only things of hers that survived the trip out here.
  • I don't know why I bring them out. I can't hold him either.
  • Guess it just makes me feel good
  • (Boss) I say whats on my mind, good or bad.
  • I admire that.
  • Try living with it.
  • See that? No need for a wife or home. We're just like a old married couple.
  • So is it marriage that scares you two, or putting down roots?
  • No, who'd have him, a rangy mange - like a rough little dog?
  • How about I hold your head under water for just a little while?
  • I married once
  • Never know'd that, did you Charlie? Had a wife and child.
  • Sweet little spread too - nothing fancy, when we was young...
  • ..and loved each other.
  • Never had a cross word
  • They caught the typhus and died and after that home didn't seem a place to spend time
  • I believe I've changed my mind on that, now that I'm getting on in years
  • If Button lives
  • and we survive Baxter...
  • I swear I aim to see to it there's a home that
  • he's sleeping in, instead of a cold prairie.
  • Have yourself a last cup of tea, Charlie.
  • I'd like to see Button...
  • Been riding with him 10 years - he never said nothing about being married.
  • Where are you and Mr. Spearman spending the night?
  • Don't rightly know.
  • It depends on circumstances.
  • You mean Marshal Poole?
  • We have a spare room. It's yours if you want it.
  • I couldn't do that ma'am
  • It's putting you in a spot with the Marshall and Baxter
  • And besides it's uh
  • It's a small town wouldn't look right for us to spend a night particularly with the doc away
  • I'll take those.
  • Rainin' like hell ever since we got here. Water washing right down Main Street
  • Charlie saved a pup from being washed away.
  • Looked al little like old Tige.
  • Now if you can, you gotta listen and pay attention
  • Cuz I got something important to say
  • I've been looking after you for you to go out this way
  • There weren't any perfect place, but but you got unfinished business here
  • So you come back - you hear me now?
  • You come back.
  • Kind of dumb talkin' to him like that.
  • No.
  • No.....it's good.
  • You alright mr. Spearman
  • As right as a man could be under the circumstances.
  • Circumstances? That's just what Mr. Waite called them.
  • I asked him to reconsider and I'm asking you.
  • By reconsider, you mean tuck tail and run.
  • I mean save your life and his
  • He'll listen to you
  • Charlie thinks for herself miss Barlow. He's a good man and he knows what has to be done.
  • I'll be paying you now for whatever else Button needs.
  • In case things go badly for Charlie and me maybe you and the Doc can see where he's taken care of properly
  • I'd like to put pen to paper if you have one.
  • Yes, of course
  • Mr. Waite
  • Look at my face.
  • Sorry!
  • Sorry!
  • It's alright Charlie.
  • Okay - it just be us.
  • It's alright, Charlie.
  • It's alright Charlie.
  • It's alright - I'll get it.
  • Jumpy is all...
  • She ought not sneak up like that.
  • She weren't sneaking
  • Scared that woman half to death.
  • Yeah, scared me a little bit too.
  • That's how it is boss - it ain't a pretty picture.
  • Got your wits about you now?
  • Yeah.
  • Yeah?
  • It weren't as bad as it looked.
  • OK.
  • Two whiskeys, barkeep.
  • Barkeep? Two whiskeys.
  • See that sign?
  • Around these parts, free grazers is the first.
  • Now he asked you twice. Ain't gonna ask again!
  • Hey, Bill...
  • It's alright
  • These are the fellas that saved my dog.
  • I couldn't serve them if they saved Jesus himself.
  • Mr. Baxter would have my job.
  • (Is) Baxter the the owner?
  • That's right.
  • Give me a bottle. I'll serve him myself
  • You know I can't do....
  • Now we'll have our drinks
  • I'll have me another.
  • Well looks like the rains let up a bit.
  • Well, if it don't there'll be trout fishing right on Main Street.
  • I'd like you to meet my boys
  • Ray. Murray.
  • We run freight outfit when the weather cooperates.
  • Boss Spearman.
  • Marksman here is Charlie Waite.
  • Is all that true...
  • ...what you said in the cafe?
  • Yeah.
  • There's a kid over there at Doc's house that was put on death's doorstep by Baxter.
  • Doc's wife's caring for him until he comes back after the storm
  • Doc's wife?
  • Yeah, Miss Barlow.
  • You mean Sue?
  • That's right
  • She'd make somebody a fine wife, but she ain't the Doc's.
  • That's his sister.
  • His sister?
  • Ain't his wife.
  • Evening, Mac.
  • Ralph.
  • Ray, Cory. Whiskey.
  • This is Ralph Peterson runs a general store. And that's where I was when the dog got free. Oh
  • You fellas the free grazers I expect
  • No offense. Personally, I don't stand with others around here about free grazers.
  • There was fight in your store about a week or so back.
  • Some of Baxter's men jumped our friend
  • There's a big fella
  • Yeah, I saw the whole thing. That big feller drubbed the hell out of those other three. Broke one's arm.
  • Wouldn't be a gun hand named Butler would it?
  • That's what they say.
  • I felt bad about your friend - is he all right?
  • He's dead
  • It's too bad. He seemed like a nice young feller.
  • (It's a) shame what this town has come to.
  • You could do something about it.
  • What?
  • We're freighters. Ralph, here's a shopkeeper.
  • You're men ain't ya?
  • I didn't raise my boys...
  • ..just to see 'em killed.
  • Well, you may not know this but there's a
  • Things that gnaw at a man, worse than dying.
  • Hey!
  • Evening, gents.
  • Evening.
  • Better get out of this weather, old timer or your bones are gonna be even stiffer than mine, come morning.
  • Headed into the saloon to do just that.
  • Come looking for you boys.
  • I woulda bought you a drink for you if you were earlier.
  • Well, then turn around and do it now
  • Marshalls got men waiting to waylay you back at livery.
  • Another one's in your wagon, and then there's another in the shed across from it
  • Marshall with him?
  • Nah....
  • He's setting up there all by his lonesome, in that warm dry jailhouse, with his feet up, waiting for them to bring you in.
  • Or kill you.
  • Well, thanks for the warning.
  • Well, like I told you, never been partial to the marshal's ways.
  • Dent Baxter's neither.
  • You're near the only friend we got in this town.
  • I'll be buying a drink or two
  • You keep it quiet.
  • Times come. How you want to play it?
  • Well I work for you boss. I'll play however you want.
  • Nobody works for anybody here, Charlie.
  • Now the name Butler mean anything to you?
  • You hear names when you're on the other side of things.
  • He's as fast as they say?
  • He's a killer.
  • No, sorry
  • He ain't hard to recognize if you know what you're looking for.
  • Yeah
  • Too bad we'd get shot up tonight before we get a chance to get him and Baxter.
  • Sure as hell is.
  • Tell you what - I'd like to set someplace dry weather
  • While the marshals men sit out in this rain.
  • Won't be so steady come morning
  • A small town's hard to hide even at night in this weather.
  • What you wanna do?
  • Heard me an idea that sounded pretty good.
  • You did, did ya?
  • Well, all right.
  • He's alone.
  • (Door opens and slams).
  • Get your hands up.
  • You must be plumb crazy.
  • Shut up.
  • You're dead men.
  • Didn't he tell you shut up?
  • Oh...Uhhhh!! (winces in pain)
  • What's that?
  • Chloroform. Stole it from the doc's.
  • Gonna arrest me for that, marshal?
  • (Muffled yelling)
  • Jesus!
  • Well looky here.
  • He's asleep!
  • (Door slams)
  • No, looky here
  • Put 'em down.
  • This way
  • (In the background) You like it?
  • (someone struggling in chains)
  • A little bit more....
  • Little bit more..... more
  • There wasn't no call to leave me setting out like that.
  • There wasn't a lot of time
  • I ain't bait, Charlie!
  • I hear you.
  • Best you remember it.
  • Well, I guess you ain't gonna let me forget it, are you?
  • Starting to enjoy that part, aren't you?
  • (Knocking)
  • Sorry, if we woke you.
  • No, no, you didn't.
  • We come to see the boy.
  • See for yourself.
  • Agh.
  • Hey.
  • Hey, Boss.
  • You gave us a fright, pard.
  • Thought we were gonna lose you.
  • Just taking a little nap, that's all.
  • It's good to have you back.
  • We owe you, Miss Barlow, and we thank you.
  • Best Thank God instead.
  • Yes, ma'am
  • We'll give that a try.
  • Well, I expect you men are hungry. Button just ate, and I thought I'd make myself some breakfast.
  • Two more mouths wouldn't be any bother.
  • I'm just gonna change
  • You, you should try to sleep.
  • He will.
  • You do as she says, now.
  • Yes, Boss.
  • Boss?
  • Yeah?
  • Mose?
  • I'll be along in a minute, Charlie.
  • Be seeing ya', Button.
  • If you don't mind me saying, ma'am, you look...
  • Tired
  • It's been a long night.
  • Why don't you sit?
  • Let an old cowpoke cook up some breakfast.
  • No, I couldn't let you.
  • Sure you could.
  • Thank you
  • Want to apologize for earlier
  • There's no need. You were startled.
  • No....it was more than that...
  • Trying to put some bad times behind me but sometimes they don't stay put
  • Always makes me feel better to let things breathe a little, not bury them.
  • I'm learning that.
  • Trying, anyway.
  • Well, that all any of us can do.
  • Just glad Button is getting better.
  • Can't believe I've ever seen Boss so worried.
  • Well, the doctor will be on his way home as soon as the storms passed
  • By the doctor you mean your brother
  • It's just that we've been thinking that you and the doc was husband and wife
  • You did
  • Didn't find out till last night.
  • I thought you was married, Sue.
  • Why no, .... I...
  • I'm not, Charlie.
  • Well, that's good.
  • I mean that's good to know. Otherwise, we we'd been thinking wrong. We wouldn't want to do that.
  • No, no, of course not.
  • Much obliged to you ma'am.
  • You're very welcome. Mr. Spearman.
  • Thank you, Sue.
  • Take care of yourself, Charlie.
  • Are you just gonna go off like that without saying nothing?
  • Ain't nothing to say.
  • I've seen how you look at that gal. The way she looks at you.
  • It ain't right to walk away without a word.
  • Well, what do you want me to tell her Boss?
  • We probably ain't gonna make it
  • Be a big fat comfort.
  • I don't know what you should tell her Charlie. I mean, I wish I'd have said more to my wife before she passed.
  • This may be the last time she sees you in this world Charlie, oh you her
  • So tell her whatever you can cuz she's entitled more than just your backside
  • walking away
  • Charlie?
  • I'm uh, I'm not sure what's worth saying or not.
  • But you don't have to say anything Charlie,
  • Yeah, I do.
  • Boss is right about that. He's... he's right about a lot of things
  • it's just
  • I'm not who you think I am, Sue. I've been places. I've done things, most of them I'm not proud of.
  • You know, I always hoped somebody gentle and caring might come along
  • Years pass a
  • small town and all and
  • Your hopes begin to fade a little every day until you hardly remember what they were
  • I've seen who you are Charlie.
  • The way you looked after that boy, and the respect you give boss
  • it might be little bits, but
  • they're enough for a woman who looks
  • Men are gonna get killed here today Sue, and I'm gonna kill them. You understand that?
  • Yes
  • I want you to have this it's always brought me luck
  • Can't
  • Take your locket
  • It's not your choice when it's a gift.
  • It's a good likeness of you.
  • It's my mother when she was young
  • She's beautiful
  • I want you to know that if I don't ever see you again
  • That I meant everything I said to you
  • And I appreciate everything you said to me
  • Ain't nothing to happen in this old town been a surprise except you
  • I'll be seeing you Charlie Waite.
  • Happy?
  • (Fiddle screeching badly)
  • Good morning, boys.
  • Brought you breakfast!
  • (Moaning in background) No, no...
  • (whispering) Hey, come away from there...
  • (hammering)
  • What do you suppose this looks like?
  • It don't matter. The whole town knows there's a fight coming.
  • They just hope it don't spill over to them
  • Well, if I'm gonna get killed, I got a hankerin' to sooth my sweet tooth.
  • Morning.
  • Morning
  • What can I do for you fellers?
  • Thinking about some candy
  • Candy?
  • Yes, sir candy
  • Got anything you want. Got jaw breakers, gumdrops, candy canes..
  • licorice
  • caramel, Honey Crisps, JuJu beans...
  • Lollipops milk chocolate...
  • Looking for something special. Now, what's the most expensive you got?
  • Well, I got just the thing
  • Dark chocolate
  • comes all the way from Switzerland Europe
  • That's near France, see.
  • They call it bittersweet
  • melts in your mouth
  • You tried it?
  • Nah.
  • How do you know that it melts in your mouth?
  • Uh, well, the truth is, we can't afford it ourselves.
  • I'll take two
  • Don't you wanna know how much?
  • No
  • Yes, sir.
  • And three of your finest cigars.
  • My friend and me got a hankering for Switzerland chocolate...
  • ...and a good smoke.
  • Now these come all the way from Havana Cuba.
  • Anything else?
  • No, that'll do it. How much I owe you?
  • it's five dollars
  • Charlie.
  • I believe I'll enjoy these later, Boss.
  • You ought to do yourselves a favor and ride on when you still got time.
  • We tried minding our own business.
  • Hey - this is good.
  • Worth every penny
  • Your gonna get yourselves killed.
  • Try that.
  • Sittin' right here in front of you and you never even tried it.
  • It's a shame to go forever, without taking a taste of something.
  • Charlie , let's go.
  • Percy?
  • Up here.
  • Brought your a cigar.
  • All the way from Havana, Cuba.
  • You don't say.
  • I've heard about them, but I never had one. Much obliged to you.
  • Well, you think?
  • Better than them crappers I usually smoke.
  • So you're gonna make your stand down here.
  • Yeah, around out there near our wagon.
  • Not much choice without getting a lot of
  • innocent folks shot up
  • Like to place some guns and ammo where we can get to it on a short run.
  • Help yourself
  • We'll try to stay out of your barn might not be able to
  • best bring in your livestock
  • I'm wishing you good luck now.
  • (Softly) Thank you.
  • It's a pretty day for making things right.
  • Well enjoy it, because once it starts, it's gonna be messy like nothing you ever seen.
  • Well, I ain't survived my years without being in some fights, Charlie.
  • I ain't doubtin' your grit Boss. You got more than any man ever know and it's just that...
  • I don't mean to be hard about this, it's just the other night them fellas back in them trees we let go
  • It was my call, Charlie.
  • I can see now it was probably a mistake.
  • It's not what a meant.... I...
  • I mean, maybe it was but
  • The fact is, it's what I was respected about you. What I...
  • ...always appreciated...
  • how you treated other people how you...
  • Treated me
  • How you never looked for no trouble, and that kept me from trouble.
  • But it's found us here Boss, and if we're gonna have any chance, you...
  • You go on and talk Charlie, I hear you.
  • I'm almost certain they'll be overly confident their numbers
  • Especially if we're standing right out here in front of them.
  • It's not like we'll have any advantage but if they're out there with us...
  • ...they won't have as much as they might have, otherwise.
  • Now I don't figure all them to be killers. Maybe only two or three like Butler will have done much of it.
  • I'll be looking to him.
  • The others will be hired men, probably saddle tramps, maybe ex-Army.
  • The rest will be cowpunchers. They won't want to line up in front of us
  • It'll happen fast once I start so just keep yourself moving forward.
  • They'll either move or root..
  • Maybe even freeze up
  • It don't matter which.
  • You just start right in on them with that scattergun
  • When you've done with both barrels, just drop it where you stand...
  • ...pull your pistol and make a run for that building where we stashed them others.
  • I'll be trying to do the same if I can.
  • Sounds like you got it all worked out
  • Yeah, except the part where we don't get killed
  • We best smoke these while we got the chance.
  • I'm thinking about getting out of damn cattle business.
  • You never said nothing except nag me and Button about getting ourselves out.
  • Maybe my own words struck a chord.
  • Thought maybe I sell off the cattle and have enough to
  • Start up a saloon somewhere
  • man could stay cool in the summer and
  • dry in the winter
  • Some dancing girls might be nice.
  • I'll get me some.
  • (Percy) If I die..
  • Please sell my good horse and my good saddle and my guns to buy a tea set...
  • ...for Miss Barlow.
  • (signed) Charlie Waite.
  • Post script. I like this one.
  • But I don't know.
  • Princess pattern.
  • Oh hell...
  • What's the matter?
  • Looks like you waited too long.
  • kind of like us and free grazing. (laughs)
  • Well good is good melted or not.
  • (Laughs)
  • Looks like your plum chained to your work, Marshall.
  • Get up, Poole!
  • He aint worth a damn.
  • Get 'em all up!
  • Sobered up!
  • I got a feeling there's gonna be a new Marshall in town.
  • (laughs)
  • Right, it's time to settle these free grazers.
  • No, you leave your horses.
  • We're walking down to that wagon, and when we get there, you better empty your guns into them.
  • Or I'll damn well shoot you myself.
  • Right now you three skirt the buildings get into the alleys on the side
  • Go on.
  • Haley!
  • Come away from there.
  • We'll finish these later.
  • I'm not going to my Maker with that knowing your given name
  • My name ain't Waite, it's Postalwaite. Charles Travis Postalwaite. What's yours?
  • Sure ain't Boss!
  • I mean it Boss, I'm asking you straight up.
  • (whispering) It's Bluebonnet.
  • Bluebonnet?
  • Bluebonnet, yeah.
  • No middle name?
  • No, just Bluebonnet Spearman.
  • And don't you tell no one.
  • I wanna hear you swear an oath.Now go on.
  • Hey, I swear
  • Just in case
  • He said eight, I count five.
  • You should have run when you had the chance Spearman.
  • (I'm) not much for running from cowards.
  • (laughs) I see the marshal ain't with you.
  • You won't find it so funny when you're all shot to hell and dying.
  • You the one killed our friend?
  • That's right. I shot the boy too and I enjoyed it
  • You hit?
  • I'm good.
  • You.
  • Get out of this house!
  • You pull that trigger Baxter, and you can forget about me patching you up.
  • You get your bag. You're with me.
  • Go on.
  • You're going out there.
  • we ain't ourselves yet!!
  • I see they hobbled you.
  • Yeah it's been a while since I've been in a fight.
  • I panicked fell back. Likely broke my foot.
  • Ornery old fool (laughs).
  • Well that damn Cuban cigar got me riled up.
  • Charlie...
  • You two wait here.
  • Hold on there, Charlie. Hold on.
  • I ain't looking over my shoulder the rest of my days.
  • Charlie...
  • You said we was gonna kill them all. I aim to do just that.
  • Let's kill them - not murder them.
  • Splitting hairs, ain't your Boss?
  • Mister, I heard what you said.
  • (moaning, softly) I won't come after you. I promise.
  • Now I expect you won't.
  • I couldn't let you do it, Charlie.
  • You do this and you ain't no different than Poole or Baxter or that gunhand of his that murdered Mose.
  • Them killing Mose was how this started.
  • We come for justice not vengeance. Now them is two different things.
  • Not today they aint'.
  • Step aside!!
  • Listen to him, son!
  • You did what you had to here because they give you no choice. Don't go making this into something bad.
  • This ain't the way, pard.
  • Oh (groans in pain)
  • Mister....thank you. Thank you.
  • I didn't do it for you, boy. Just make peace with your bad deeds.
  • Sue!
  • Get in here
  • Oh my god!
  • Get out of the way
  • Button!
  • (gun cocks, shot fired)
  • (shots fired)
  • (indistinct yelling)
  • (distantly) Let him go!
  • (faintly) Let the lady be!
  • (horse neighing)
  • (Harmon) We got your boy, Spearman!
  • You better drop them guns and come walking down the street or I shoot him.
  • You've got ten seconds.
  • We ain't giving up our guns.
  • He's gonna kill Button anyway.
  • (Harmon) One!
  • The only chance for him or us when we walk up there is these guns.
  • (Harmon)Two!
  • Three.
  • Sue!
  • Stop!
  • Stop it!
  • Stop it right now!
  • Four!
  • Sue...
  • You're a disgrace, Marshal Poole.
  • You always have been.
  • I know it.
  • That's just the way it is.
  • Five!
  • Six
  • Have a nice rest did you, Marshall?
  • You'll be having a long one yourself in a minute.
  • Enough killing for you?
  • (Harmon) Enough when you're both dead and buried.
  • Let the woman and boy go - they ain't a part of this.
  • If you want considerations
  • You drop them guns on the ground.
  • You let her take him to the docs.
  • The doc's in jail.
  • He ain't leaving' unless your guns are in the dirt.
  • I'll crush any man who stands with them.
  • When I finish with that, I'll torch your homes and drive your wives and children...
  • ...out into the cold prairie.
  • So you women, you better take hold of your men.
  • If don't, you'll to be raising orphans by winter.
  • MacLangley!
  • Doesn't matter whether you run or stay. You and your boys are already dead.
  • MacLangley is our friend!
  • I didn't come all the way from Ireland to see my land pissed on by free grazers
  • Now I want them guns in that dirt.
  • Him first - the gun hand.
  • Looks like you're losing your army, Marshal!
  • Went through?
  • Is he hit, Sue?
  • Sue, is he hit?
  • (Sue) No, no, but he's bleeding bad again!
  • Goddam it!
  • Well, can you stop it?
  • (Sue)I'm trying...
  • I'm gonna kill you Baxter!
  • Well, come on, if you're coming!
  • Can you cover me?
  • It'd be best to wait him out - he'll probably bleed to death.
  • I ain't waitin'. Button needs that doctor right now.
  • How do you know that doors ain't locked?
  • Well, it won't be when the scattergun hits it.
  • (Baxter)I'm waiting for your, Spearman!
  • I'm coming for you you son of a bitch
  • OK, Charlie...
  • Ready?
  • Yeah. (groans in pain)
  • (Baxter, softly) I'm dying....
  • And for what, more cows?
  • You killed a good man and maybe that boy out there out yonder.
  • You get no sympathy from me.
  • You're....you're...nothing.
  • Yeah, maybe so but I'll still be breathing in another minute
  • Kill me then.
  • No.
  • I ain't wasting' a good bullet to ease your pain, you son-of-a-bitch.
  • (Baxter wheezing in pain)
  • You man's in the saloon
  • Ordered everybody out
  • Has to see your your sister if she's willing.
  • He's like to speak with you, Miss Barlow, if you ain't offended by entering a saloon
  • Sue...
  • (crowd murmmering)
  • Doc....
  • Bring him on up.
  • Put him in there, we'll make room.
  • Baxter have any kin?
  • Daughter is all he has left.
  • We'll be right of somebody explain things to her.
  • There never was any love lost between him
  • Even so she's his daughter and kin is funny about such things
  • I didn't mean for do you have to...
  • ...walk into this place and in front all those people.
  • I don't care what anyone out there thinks Charlie.
  • You don't have to stand up for me.
  • Well just the same I wanted to tell you that I'll be leaving in a day or two.
  • I'd like you to stay - I think others would too.
  • Can't say I haven't thought about it.
  • Truth is there wouldn't be a corner here that don't have a bad memory for me.
  • I've been holding my love a long time Charlie. I know you feel something for me, too.
  • I do.
  • But I ain't no more those who come to kill us -you seen that yourself.
  • Maybe you've done some bad things -maybe worse than bad.
  • But what happened here today wasn't one of them.
  • And those killings - they don't give you pause?
  • I'm not afraid of you, Charlie.
  • Brought me luck. Just like said
  • It's yours now - you keep it.
  • I don't have the answers Charlie, but I know that people get confused in this life about...
  • ...what they want and what they've done and what they think they should have because of it.
  • Everything they think they are or did takes hold so hard that it won't let 'em see what they can be.
  • I've got a big idea about us, Charlie...
  • ...and I'm not gonna wait forever.
  • But I am gonna wait
  • and
  • When you're far away, I want you to think about that
  • and
  • Come back to me
  • I'm in love with you, Sue.
  • Been that way since the first laid eyes on you.
  • Just took me a while to see things clear.
  • I know I'm not the kind of man you expected to walk up your front walk and....
  • ... if I was your brother, I wouldn't choose me for you.
  • Charlie
  • Do you know how old I am?
  • I don't care how old you are.
  • I'm not a girl anymore.
  • You're the handsomest woman I ever saw.
  • I've had my disappointments, Charlie.
  • I'm not gonna be one of them.
  • I never thought I'd live as long as I have, Sue.
  • I guess living the way I have - it never really mattered.
  • But riding away thinking I was never gonna see you again, was maybe...
  • It's maybe the most awful feeling I ever had in my life
  • I know I can be a good husband to you.
  • And I know how I ain't asked you proper but...
  • ...I'm asking you now.
  • Will you marry me, Sue?
  • Charlie...
  • yes...
  • ...I'll marry you.
  • Then can I kiss you?
  • I 'm gonna give you a thousand these...
  • ...before I'm done.
  • Hey, Charlie...
  • Looks like the doc changed his mind about you.
  • Something wrong?
  • No, everything's fine.
  • Just forgot to tell you I'll have word about the saloon by the time to get back.
  • Sounds good.
  • You take care now
  • Charlie.
  • Sue.
  • I'll be along
  • Saloon?
  • I told you I was wanting out of the cattle business.
  • Funny thing. There's a saloon right back there - just had its owner died.
  • Hoping you'll be my partner
  • I can't afford something like that - not even half.
  • Well....
  • We'll let the brains with the outfit do the thinking.
  • Sue.
  • (Sue laughing)
  • You are coming back, aren't you?
  • Then I'll be waiting for you Charles Postalwaite.
  • Bucket mouth!
  • Ya' can't keep nothing private.
  • Gotta go. Ya' gotta go back now.
  • I don't want you to lose sight of the rooftops.
  • I mean it Sue, ya' gotta go.
  • How's this....how's this gonna work if you don't do what I say?
  • I told you I'm gonna give you a thousand of these before I'm done.
  • I'm gonna make sure you do.
  • Let's go get our cows

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