- 1. Someone needs to stop Clearway Law.
Public shouldn't leave reviews for lawyers.
- 2. There is a lonely train
- 3. Called the 3:10 to Yuma
- 4. The pounding of the wheels
- 5. Is more like a mournful sigh
- 6. There is a legend, and there is a rumor
- 7. When you take the 3:10 to Yuma
- 8. You can see the ghosts of outlaws
- 9. Go ridin' by
- 10. Ridin' by
- 11. In the sky;
- 12. In the sky
- 13. Way up high
- 14. The buzzards keep circlin' the train
- 15. While below
- 16. The cattle are thirstin' for rain
- 17. It's all so true, they say
- 18. On the 3:10 to Yuma,r
- 19. A man may meet his fate
- 20. For Fate travels everywhere
- 21. Though you've got no reason to go there
- 22. And there ain't a soul
that you know there
- 23. When the 3:10 to Yuma
- 24. Whistles its sad refrain
- 25. Take that train
- 26. Take that train
- 27. Take that train
- 28. Whoa.
- 29. Let me warn you.
I am Mr. Butterfield.
- 30. This is my line.
These are my passengers.
- 31. You bother any of them, I'll hound you
from here to kingdom come.
- 32. Now, Mr. Butterfield,
we don't aim to bother anybody.
- 33. We just aim to get what's underneath
that tarpaulin up there. That's all.
- 34. I think our cattle are over the ridge.
I can hear 'em.
- 35. How'd they get over here?
- 36. Come on, Pop. Let's go for 'em.
- 37. Well, let's let the dust settle first, Son.
- 38. Ben.
- 39. Tell him to stay where he is.
- 40. Stay where you are!
- 41. What do you want?
- 42. Those are my cattle.
I want 'em back.
- 43. He'll get 'em back in five minutes.
- 44. You'll get 'em back in five minutes.
- 45. You gonna let them do this to ya?
- 46. Not much else I can do.
- 47. Don't anybody move!
If you move, I'll kill him.
- 48. Now lift him up easy.
Put him on his horse.
- 49. Aren't you gonna do something?
- 50. What, and get myself shot too?
- 51. That must be Ben Wade and his gang.
- 52. - What's his name?
- Bill Moons.
- 53. - Where does he live?
- He used to live in Contention City.
- 54. Well, take him there.
- 55. I can't. My passengers are due in Bisbee.
- 56. We're only a few miles from Bisbee.
- 57. Take him to Bisbee
and put him on the next coach back.
- 58. Where a man lives,
that's where he should be buried.
- 59. We'll need those horses.
- 60. Why?
- 61. So you don't ride to the marshal.
- 62. Get off.
- 63. All right, boys, get off.
- 64. We'll turn 'em loose
just this side of Bisbee.
- 65. You wait!
- 66. - My pa will kill you!
- 67. Let's get the cattle.
- 68. Hello there.
Hello. Could you help us?
- 69. I gotta get these cattle back home.
- 70. Well, could you lend us a horse?
- 71. Yeah, I'll-I'll bring one back.
- 72. Hah! Hey!
- 73. What happened?
Where are your horses?
- 74. Stagecoach was held up.
- 75. Then they saw us, Ma,
and they took our horses.
- 76. And they killed the driver too.
- 77. They killed the driver?
- 78. See, one of their fellas was on top
taking off these bags...
- 79. and suddenly the driver grabs him
to use for a shield.
- 80. Well, do they care? No, sir.
They shoot right through him.
- 81. It was Ben Wade and his gang.
- 82. Ben Wade?
- 83. What did you do?
- 84. There was 12. What could I do?
- 85. We just stood still like they told us.
- 86. - And then they took our horses.
- And we just watched.
- 87. What else could we do?
You want us all to get shot?
- 88. Boys.
- 89. Go saddle a couple of horses.
- 90. Let's go.
- 91. I ought to take 'em some water too, I guess.
- 92. Well, I'm glad you're back safe.
- 93. Heavens, anything could have happened.
- 94. Oh, there wasn't no danger,
not to us anyway.
- 95. Well, it just seems so terrible.
- 96. - Why, what's terrible?
- 97. What's the matter?
- 98. Nothing.
- 99. Just seems terrible
that something bad can happen...
- 100. and all anybody can do
is stand by and watch.
- 101. Lots of things happen where all you can do
is stand by and watch.
- 102. I know, but to have you stand by...
- 103. and to have the boys watch.
- 104. All right, so that's life.
- 105. They're going to have to watch
a lot of terrible things.
- 106. People get killed every day.
Lightning can kill you.
- 107. Three years of drought killing my cattle.
That's terrible too.
- 108. What can I do?
I can't make it rain.
- 109. You expect me to cool off the sun?
- 110. Dan, why are you so cross?
- 111. I don't know. You just seem to expect
something from me that I'm not.
- 112. No, I don't. Not really.
- 113. I can't go chasing after outlaws,
my cattle dying all over.
- 114. If I don't save them,
I don't know what I'm gonna do.
- 115. Give it to me. I'll hold it.
- 116. Ten years of sweatin'.
- 117. You think I want to lose this place?
- 118. Cattle aren't dying over at Al Parker's ranch.
- 119. No, of course not.
- 120. He's got a stream over there
don't run dry.
- 121. Have you asked him to let you use it?
- 122. Now, what good?
- 123. Six months' water right costs $200.
- 124. Now, where am I going to get $200?
- 125. Oh, Dan, you have to do something.
- 126. You can't just stand by and watch.
- 127. You work so hard.
- 128. I work so hard, and the boys.
- 129. Maybe it'll rain.
- 130. What if you went into town
and borrowed the money?
- 131. You know I hate
to go begging other people for help.
- 132. Borrowing isn't begging.
- 133. It could save us.
- 134. I suppose I could try.
- 135. Come on.
- 136. You gonna look for the horses, Pa?
- 137. No. I got to go into Bisbee first, Son.
- 138. On the way back, I'll look for the horses.
- 139. That loan would take care of six months.
- 140. By then, it's bound to rain.
- 141. All this will be green in six months.
- 142. The cattle will be fat.
- 143. Maybe you and me
won't be so tired all the time.
- 144. In six months, we'll be happy, won't we?
- 145. Sure. We'll be happy.
- 146. Here's to the boss.
- 147. He had to say good-bye to one of the outfit,
and that's too bad.
- 148. If it hadn't been good-bye for him...
- 149. it could've been good-bye
for some of the rest of us.
- 150. Boss.
- 151. - Is the marshal around?
- He's in the office.
- 152. Well, you tell him
that the coach from Contention was held up.
- 153. We passed it on the way in.
- 154. They don't have any horses.
- 155. - Now, did you hear what I said?
- Yeah, I heard.
- 156. Well, why don't you go tell him?
- 157. The marshal takes his nap
between 1:00 and 2:00.
- 158. Oh, he does? Well, that's nice.
That way, he don't get tired.
- 159. You fellas come from the north?
- 160. Down here, everybody naps
between 1:00 and 2:00.
- 161. Everybody except you.
- 162. The boss is nappin' now.
- 163. I take my nap between 2:00 and 3:00.
- 164. I guess we've come too early.
- 165. This place, does it keep your boss busy?
- 166. No. He does other things too.
- 167. Like what other things?
- 168. He has like a little bank,
and he loans money to ranchers.
- 169. What does he do?
Does he keep the money here?
- 170. See, he doesn't have any money anymore.
- 171. What with the drought, nobody pays back.
- 172. That's too bad.
- 173. Miss, if my outfit's
asking you too many questions...
- 174. well, you just say so, huh?
- 175. See, we've been on a cattle drive
for about three months...
- 176. and when you walk into
a place like this and...
- 177. see a nice girl like you -
- 178. Well, it's nice.
- 179. How far away is the Mexican border?
- 180. Nobody knows exactly.
It's never been decided.
- 181. I think we can find it all right.
- 182. When the marshal wakes up, you tell him
that the coach from Contention was robbed.
- 183. And you tell him the driver was killed, huh?
- 184. - Killed?
- 185. Oh. Oh, if there's a killin',
I'm supposed to wake him.
- 186. It's only robbery
he don't wanna be waked for.
- 187. Marshal!
- 188. Wake up. The coach has been robbed
and Bill Moons was killed.
- 189. Marshal, Bill Moons was killed.
These fellas outside seen it.
- 190. How far back was it?
- 191. - It was about 10 miles.
- They took the horses too.
- 192. Did you hear that, Marshal?
- 193. Why didn't you fellas try and help?
- 194. We were all strung out.
- 195. We didn't see it till we looked
back up here at the pass.
- 196. That's right.
- 197. Go get everybody.
- 198. Where you fellas from?
- 199. - Prairie Cattle Company.
- I didn't know they got this far.
- 200. Well, you see, they just bought
60,000 head down in Mexico...
- 201. and they sent us down there
to drive 'em in.
- 202. Then you won't be staying in town long?
- 203. No, just long enough to have a drink.
- 204. Alex Potter!
- 205. I told you he had rheumatism!
- 206. Anyway, he sold his horse.
Now, you know that.
- 207. He can use one of my horses.
- 208. Suspicious old goat.
- 209. - Where's Alex Potter?
- Sleeping it off, I guess.
- 210. I don't think he wants to leave town
with us here.
- 211. Scatter and cross the border.
We'll meet in Nogales tonight.
- 212. What's holding up the boss?
- 213. Don't worry about him.
He'll be along.
- 214. He can handle that hick posse single-handed.
- 215. Hyah! Hyah!
- 216. Come on.
- 217. Haven't I seen you someplace?
- 218. Did you?
- 219. Yeah, did you ever, uh -
- 220. Did you ever work in Cheyenne?
- 221. - El Paso?
- 222. Did you ever work in the Blind Irishman
in Dodge City?
- 223. Yeah, I sang there.
- 224. Best time I ever had in my life.
- 225. Well, what made you quit?
- 226. Well, I - I got to coughing too much.
- 227. Doctor said I should breathe dry air.
- 228. Yeah, well, you sure come
to the right place here.
- 229. You know, I spent more money
in that place, I tell ya.
- 230. Did you ever - Do you remember a girl,
I think her name was, uh -
- 231. - Oh. Pauline.
- A heavyset girl.
- 232. - Yeah. And Velvet, do you remember her?
- 233. Shoot. I spent 300 in one night on Velvet.
- 234. Hey, I remember
they had real Paris dresses there...
- 235. real Paris perfume.
- 236. I mean, what's a woman for
if you don't treat her right?
- 237. I'd have spent every cent I had on her,
except she married the governor of the state.
- 238. Is there many young fellas
around this place?
- 239. No, they're - They're all older.
- 240. You must get lonely.
- 241. Hey! Where are they, huh?
- 242. - Where'd they go?
- 243. - That way.
- 244. Ain't you gonna help catch 'em?
- 245. No, I wish I could.
- 246. - What'd they look like?
- Oh, they'll be easy to catch.
- 247. Uh, three big men
on three white horses.
- 248. Three white fellas
on three big horses, huh?
- 249. - Do you ever sing anymore?
- Who's there to sing for in Bisbee?
- 250. Hey, you know you look kind of skinny?
- 251. I feel skinny.
- 252. That's all right.
I don't mind a skinny girl...
- 253. just so she has blue eyes
to make up for it.
- 254. You got blue eyes?
- 255. Brown.
- 256. That's all right.
They don't have to be blue.
- 257. Must be they buried their man here.
- 258. If I had my way, there'd be
more than one of 'em buried.
- 259. Hello there! Are you the marshal?
- 260. Did you see the Butterfield coach
- 261. This is Mr. Butterfield.
- 262. My driver was killed.
They got a gold shipment.
- 263. - See where they went?
- They went into Bisbee.
- 264. - Bisbee?
- We just come from Bisbee.
- 265. Didn't you see an outfit ride through?
- 266. There must have been a dozen of 'em.
They was all on dark horses.
- 267. You didn't see them?
- 268. Yeah, we seen 'em.
- 269. And then they left.
- 270. Cy, you'd better go along,
hitch up the coach down there.
- 271. - We think it was Ben Wade.
- Well, what do you know!
- 272. There I was face-to-face with Ben Wade.
- 273. Hey! Hello, Marshal.
- 274. - Catch 'em yet?
- Catch 'em?
- 275. Them were the fellas back in Bisbee.
- 276. Yeah?
- 277. Well, one of them's still there.
- 278. I just seen him go back into the saloon.
- 279. Alex, you been drinkin' this mornin' or not?
- 280. Marshal, you know I never touch a drop
until the stroke of noon.
- 281. If there's a man there,
why don't we catch him?
- 282. Hey. What if it's Ben Wade?
- 283. So we catch him.
What good will that do?
- 284. - We'll arrest him.
- For how long?
- 285. Till his outfit comes back
and shoots up the town?
- 286. No one's ever held him yet.
- 287. We could grab him,
get him out of town quick.
- 288. Well, we're not gonna catch him
standing around here talking about it.
- 289. - Let's go.
- You coming, Dan?
- 290. Yeah, I'm coming.
- 291. Come on. Nothin' will happen.
- 292. The only thing that'll happen
is somebody will get hurt bad.
- 293. Think you'll ever get back to Bisbee?
- 294. No, it don't look like it.
- 295. That's what I figured.
- 296. Well, I never stay long anyplace.
- 297. Oh, you care? Hmm?
- 298. Sure I care.
- 299. What can I do?
You're on the go, and I'm stuck.
- 300. I ain't complaining.
- 301. I got something to remember.
- 302. Me too.
- 303. Funny.
- 304. Some men you can see
every day for 10 years and -
- 305. and you never notice.
- 306. And -
- 307. Some men you see once and...
- 308. they're with you the rest of your life.
- 309. - What happened to you?
- I was just finishing my drink.
- 310. There's a fella comin' down the road.
- 311. Hello, Mr. Evans.
- 312. You want something, Mr. Evans?
- 313. Something I can do to help you?
- 314. You drove off my cattle.
- 315. You got 'em back, didn't you?
- 316. Yeah, but it took me half a day's time.
- 317. What's half a day's time worth to you?
- 318. Well, when I hire out a full day,
I get two dollars.
- 319. I'll give you two dollars for half a day.
- 320. All right, then that's what I'll settle for.
- 321. - There's two more for you.
- What for?
- 322. For your boys.
I used their time too, didn't I?
- 323. Now, if you don't mind,
there's my cattle.
- 324. You owe me two more
for tirin' out my cattle.
- 325. Two more for tired cattle.
- 326. Now, is there anything else
you want to get paid for?
- 327. I'll tell ya. If it's all right with you...
- 328. you can give me two dollars extra
for making me nervous.
- 329. Don't move.
- 330. It's the marshal.
He's got a shotgun on you, Wade.
- 331. Put your hands up.
- 332. Ben!
- 333. - Watch him.
- I'll watch him.
- 334. Now, what good is all that?
- 335. You know, he's only gonna
come back with the others...
- 336. and I'll go free.
- 337. And you'll get shot.
- 338. Mister, we're gonna get you out of town
so fast you won't touch ground.
- 339. Come on. Over here.
- 340. Sit down there.
- 341. Here, take this.
- 342. Wait a minute. I helped out this far.
Now I'm finished.
- 343. - You're what?
- I said I'm finished.
- 344. I come into town on business.
- 345. Look, my cattle's dyin'.
I gotta take care of 'em.
- 346. Dan, you're the best shot we got.
- 347. Well, that - That's not my job.
I'm no deputy.
- 348. You are now.
Every man here's a deputy.
- 349. Look, I was just coming
into town to see Mac here.
- 350. So I don't mind helping out,
but that's all.
- 351. I can't spare the time,
not unless I want to lose everything.
- 352. It won't make any difference.
- 353. Mac, you watch him.
- 354. Can I talk to you a minute, uh, Mac?
- 355. What's it about, Dan?
- 356. Well, it's a business thing, you know?
- 357. Sit down.
- 358. Thanks.
- 359. The way I figure it,
the faster we get him out of here, the safer.
- 360. That's right. We'll outsmart 'em.
- 361. Every step, we'll outsmart 'em.
- 362. We only got two, three hours head start.
- 363. They'll probably figure we're gonna
take him over to Fort Huachuca.
- 364. - Turn him in there.
- Sure they will.
- 365. And if they don't figure that,
they'll figure we'll take him to Benson.
- 366. That's a fact.
- 367. And if they don't figure that...
- 368. then they'll figure
we'll take him over to Contention...
- 369. put him on the 3:10 to Yuma.
- 370. Sure they will. Bound to.
- 371. Alex, will you let me finish?
Then you can agree.
- 372. Oh, sure, I will.
- 373. Now, the minute the coach comes,
we'll put him on it and start.
- 374. - Start where?
- That's where we fool 'em.
- 375. Look, here's Benson.
- 376. Here's Contention.
- 377. And here's Fort Huachuca.
- 378. It would only be for six months.
We're bound to have rain by then.
- 379. Rain?
- 380. Sure, everybody would prosper.
- 381. I only need 200, Mac.
- 382. Dan, if you were my own brother,
I still couldn't help you.
- 383. Well, I guess I'd better
be gettin' back home.
- 384. - How's the missus?
- She's fine, thanks.
- 385. Good. How are the boys?
- 386. Fine. They're fine.
- 387. I need two volunteers.
- 388. - Do I have two volunteers?
- For what?
- 389. I'm not telling you for what.
- 390. I want two of you
to set off with Dave Keene.
- 391. The rest of us will follow
with the prisoner in the coach.
- 392. Do I have two volunteers?
- 393. We gotta know
what we're getting ourselves into.
- 394. Sure. Might not be safe.
- 395. Safe. Who knows what's safe?
- 396. I know a man dropped dead
from looking at his wife.
- 397. My own grandmother
fought the Indians for 60 years...
- 398. and then choked to death on lemon pie.
- 399. Do I have two volunteers?
- 400. I'll pay $200 to each man.
- 401. I'll volunteer.
- 402. Why, I thought you said
you couldn't spare -
- 403. - Do you want me, or don't you?
- Why, sure we want you.
- 404. Here, take this shotgun.
- 405. Now, do I have another?
- 406. I'll go.
- 407. Oh. Now, wait a minute, Alex.
Oh, no offense.
- 408. I just think it'd be safer
if we had somebody else.
- 409. Come on, gimme me a chance.
- 410. Anybody else?
- 411. Well, Dave, you have your two men -
- 412. Alex Potter, Dan Evans.
- 413. Where we goin'?
- 414. Here's the plan.
- 415. We're gonna transfer him
at your house.
- 416. - My house?
- It'll only take a minute.
- 417. Everybody out. We need the coach.
- 418. Sorry, folks.
You'll have to stay here tonight.
- 419. - Easy does it.
- Come on out, everybody.
- 420. - Mac.
- Here you go, sir.
- 421. Get another team.
We'll need a four-up.
- 422. Get Bill Moons out.
- 423. There's a coach to Contention City tonight.
I'll send him over in that.
- 424. - All right. You got him?
- Get that tarp off.
- 425. Lively now. Lively, everybody.
- 426. Get up.
- 427. Come on.
- 428. You mean to say
I have this all to myself?
- 429. Well, that's - that's very thoughtful of you.
- 430. Good-bye, Emmy.
- 431. Good-bye.
- 432. Tell you what I'll do.
I'll send you something.
- 433. Would you like pearls?
- 434. I'll send you some pearls, huh?
Then maybe you won't forget.
- 435. I won't forget.
- 436. - Cy.
- 437. I seen 'em.
- 438. Now, you know what to do.
- 439. - We're coming to it.
- I'll try.
- 440. Hurry up! Giddap!
- 441. All right, let's get him down.
- 442. - Here we go!
- 443. Easy. Easy there.
- 444. Hello there!
Can you give us a hand?
- 445. They're ready. Come on.
- 446. Heave!
- 447. - Here we go. Once again.
- Higher. There we go.
- 448. - Get out!
- Come on, work it a little more.
- 449. Heave ho! Stay there!
- 450. One, two, three!
- 451. Well, it worked.
- 452. Those two will round up the rest of 'em
and chase that coach.
- 453. There.
- 454. Supper's ready.
- 455. - Take this out to Mr. Potter.
- Yes, ma'am.
- 456. You're welcome to share what we have.
- 457. Thank you.
- 458. Here's your stew, Mr. Potter.
- 459. Thanks, Matthew.
- 460. Psst!
- 461. You know where your pa keeps a drink?
- 462. No, I don't, Mr. Potter.
- 463. Don't you know where he keeps a jug?
- 464. No, Mr. Potter.
- 465. Psst!
- 466. Don't mind my askin', do you?
- 467. No. Pa said you would.
- 468. We always wait for Mother to start.
- 469. And we don't presume
to teach other people manners.
- 470. You didn't say grace.
My mother always says grace.
- 471. She comes from San Francisco.
- 472. Mark, eat your stew, Son.
- 473. Her father was a sea captain.
He owned his own ship.
- 474. - Matthew.
- Two ships.
- 475. Your supper. Go ahead now.
- 476. Yes, and if he was here,
he'd shoot you dead.
- 477. Dead as a skunk.
- 478. All right, boys, that's enough. Let's -
- 479. - If my pa wants to, he could shoot you too.
- He can shoot anything.
- 480. - He can shoot a cougar running like lightning a mile away.
- Now quiet, both of you.
- 481. Go ahead now and-and eat your supper.
- 482. - It's mighty good stew, ma'am.
- Oh, thank you.
- 483. Why didn't you say grace?
Because he's bad?
- 484. I simply forgot it, dear.
- 485. Aren't you supposed to say grace
with bad people?
- 486. - Grace is for everybody, dear.
- Well, then why don't you say it?
- 487. Dear Lord, we thank Thee for life.
We thank Thee for food.
- 488. We ask Thee to give us the wisdom
that comes with silence.
- 489. Amen.
- 490. I didn't close my eyes once.
- 491. I just squinted, 'cause you could run away.
- 492. Why would I want to run away?
Why, this is real nice. Real nice.
- 493. Uh, would you like me
to cut your meat for you?
- 494. Oh, yeah. Will you, please?
- 495. Would you mind
cutting the fat off, please?
- 496. I don't like fat.
- 497. - What was it?
- 498. I thought I saw something moving
out there in the carriage shed.
- 499. You shouldn't have done that.
They could've heard.
- 500. Guess I just got kind of spooky.
- 501. I was in San Francisco once. I -
- 502. I knew a girl there.
- 503. And she was the daughter
of a sea captain too.
- 504. And she had the greenest eyes.
- 505. I used to look real deep into her eyes...
- 506. and they'd - and they'd just
change colors, you know.
- 507. Get all fiery and - and, uh, green -
- 508. You know, all the colors of the sea.
- 509. It's funny how-how a woman's eyes
will change color at nighttime.
- 510. Alice.
- 511. You go inside, Alex,
and don't take your eyes off of him.
- 512. What was Alex shooting at?
- 513. Why did you have to sit there
listening to him like that for?
- 514. - What do you mean?
- You know what I mean.
- 515. All big-eyed and listenin' to him.
- 516. Somethings gone moving down there.
- 517. They wouldn't know he's here, would they?
- 518. Oh, no. They think he's in the coach.
That's how we planned it.
- 519. Matthew. Mark.
- 520. - Yes, sir?
- Go get the horses.
- 521. - Well, which ones?
- They're saddled.
- 522. What happens when they catch the coach?
- 523. Well, they'll have
to round their men up first...
- 524. so they shouldn't be able
to catch up to it at least till noon.
- 525. And they'll find out he isn't in it.
- 526. By then, we'll be in Contention, and -
- 527. They couldn't get there in time anyway.
- 528. Alex, turn down the lamp.
- 529. And when the horses come,
bring him out.
- 530. I don't want you to be worried, 'cause this
is a lot safer than being with the coach.
- 531. The boys are so proud.
- 532. - What?
- Proud of you.
- 533. Their own father capturing Ben Wade.
- 534. Didn't you see them
looking at you at supper?
- 535. No. All I saw was Wade.
- 536. And I'm proud too.
- 537. Put him on the middle horse.
- 538. Alex, you lead.
- 539. I'm obliged to you
for your hospitality, ma'am.
- 540. I really appreciate it.
And your husband too.
- 541. I hope I can send him
back to you all right.
- 542. What did he mean
he'll send him back
- 543. Oh, he was just talking.
- 544. You think anything will happen to Pa?
- 545. Sure. He'll come back with $200.
- 546. $200 is a lot.
- 547. Not if he doesn't come back, it isn't.
- 548. What's the matter, Alex?
- 549. Just wondering if I could
see my wife from here.
- 550. Oh, no, you couldn't possibly.
- 551. Maybe that's why I feel so good.
- 552. You mind telling me where we're going?
- 553. No, I don't mind telling you.
- 554. We're going to Contention City.
- 555. We're gonna wait
in a house by the station...
- 556. and when the 3:10 comes in,
we're gonna put you on it.
- 557. Thanks.
- 558. Now if we get separated,
I'll know where to wait for you.
- 559. Walk your horses.
We don't want to wake up the town.
- 560. Is that the house?
- 561. It was.
But the man's afraid. He won't let us.
- 562. What's he afraid of?
- 563. The only thing I could arrange
was a room at the hotel.
- 564. Well, at least we got this far.
- 565. I'll go on across town for a look-see.
- 566. We'll meet at the rear of the hotel.
- 567. Step down easy, Wade.
- 568. We're ready for you. The bridal
- 569. - Anyone in the lobby?
- Only some fella sleeping it off.
- 570. We've got to make sure
no one knows we're in Contention.
- 571. Alex, you keep a watch
at the edge of town.
- 572. What could happen?
- 573. Why don't you relax?
I'm practically on the train.
- 574. That the drunk?
- 575. Yeah. It's the front room upstairs.
- 576. The key's in the door.
- 577. You better cover downstairs.
Alex will come to you if he sees anything.
- 578. Mr. Evans.
- 579. You give me great confidence.
- 580. It's not 3:10 yet.
- 581. Sit down on the bed if you want to.
- 582. You must be, um -
Yeah, you must be very tired by now, Dan.
- 583. Why don't you sit down
and have a little sleep?
- 584. I'll hold the shotgun for you if you like.
- 585. - Oh, yeah.
- 586. Look, Wade, I don't have anything
against you personally, you know.
- 587. I'm just doing this for the money.
- 588. I know.
- 589. But I want you to understand one thing.
- 590. If you start across this, uh,
eight feet between us...
- 591. I'm gonna pull both triggers at once.
- 592. This is the bridal suite, huh?
- 593. I wonder how many brides.
- 594. Huh?
- 595. A little hot in here?
- 596. You notice it? Kind of warm.
- 597. Do you mind if I open that window?
- 598. Think you can reach it
from where you're sittin'?
- 599. No.
- 600. It's too far.
- 601. I'll open it.
- 602. Uh, want me to give you a hand there?
- 603. Sit back. Go ahead.
- 604. Don't take any chances, do you?
- 605. Hey. Hey, where's your sporting blood?
- 606. Back home with my wife and boys.
- 607. They usually leave a stick around here.
You can prop it open, Dan.
- 608. It's, um -
- 609. They usually stand it
in a corner somewhere.
- 610. See it?
- 611. It's right over there.
- 612. Right there.
- 613. You feel better now?
- 614. Well, I had to try you out.
- 615. I didn't think you'd shoot.
- 616. You know I will the next time.
- 617. Do I?
- 618. See anything?
- 619. Not for miles.
- 620. Quiet here?
- 621. Like a tomb.
- 622. Did you come in for a drink?
- 623. First time as long as I can remember,
I don't want a drink.
- 624. - Scared?
- 625. Which room is he in?
- 626. Second door, in front.
- 627. Don't you think I'm too scared
of Ben Wade's gang...
- 628. to do whatever's necessary
when the time comes.
- 629. You can tell Dan he can count
on Alex Potter right to the end.
- 630. I'm gonna ride on back
and keep watch.
- 631. How long has that fella
been sleeping over there?
- 632. All I know is, when he come in...
- 633. he asked me if I'd seen
a big woman in a purple hat.
- 634. He sure is some sleeper.
- 635. Yeah, he sure is.
- 636. How much money do you make, Dan?
- 637. Huh? Not - Not very much.
- 638. - And you figure that's your business?
- Yes, I do.
- 639. - How you figure that?
- 640. You must need money awful bad to do this.
- 641. - Maybe I do.
- How much they paying you?
- 642. $200.
- 643. $200? That's a -
- 644. My, that's a lot of money.
- 645. How would you like to double that
and save yourself a lot of time, a lot of trouble?
- 646. How you reckon I'm gonna do that?
- 647. You just drop that gun
and you let me walk out of here.
- 648. Worth $400 to me.
- 649. That's kind of reckless of you, isn't it?
- 650. I mean, especially since you're so sure
your men are coming to get you out of this.
- 651. No, they are.
- 652. Oh, yes. They're - They're coming.
- 653. Only, you see, I like to do things real easy,
you know, real peaceful.
- 654. You want to look out at a peaceful scene?
- 655. Go ahead.
You might recognize somebody.
- 656. That's Mrs. Moons in front.
- 657. The young man - that's her son Bob.
- 658. She had another son.
He was the stagecoach driver.
- 659. Bill Moons.
- 660. He used to drive the Butterfield coach.
Maybe you remember him.
- 661. Yeah, seems to me I do.
- 662. Kind of a hotheaded fellow, wasn't he?
- 663. Not reasonable... like you.
- 664. I sure am, friend.
- 665. I'm so reasonable
I'm gonna let you walk right out of here.
- 666. The only thing is
it'll be just before 3:10...
- 667. and I'll be right behind you
with a shotgun.
- 668. You know, I can tell
you're a very intelligent man.
- 669. And I wouldn't want to - I wouldn't want
to try to corrupt your morals.
- 670. That's mighty nice of you.
- 671. You know something?
- 672. I think I know what's bothering you.
- 673. And I wouldn't dream of suggesting
that you let a murderer walk out of here free.
- 674. But, you see, Bill Moons drew first.
- 675. Yeah, makes it self-defense, doesn't it?
- 676. I mean, I don't go around
just shootin' people down.
- 677. I mean, that - that isn't nice, you know.
- 678. I work quiet -
- 679. like you.
- 680. All right. So you're quiet like me.
- 681. Well, then shut up like me.
- 682. Hey, is that the right time?
- 683. Yes, sir.
- 684. Why didn't you wake me?
- 685. You didn't ask me to.
- 686. Anybody come in lately?
- 687. You mean to engage a room?
- 688. Yeah, anybody come in town?
Any strangers come in town?
- 689. No, not since you went to sleep, sir.
- 690. I might as well go along.
She won't come now.
- 691. Who was you planning to meet?
- 692. My wife.
She ran off with a traveling man.
- 693. She did?
- 694. That's why I've been sitting up all night.
I figured he'd bring her here.
- 695. Well, what do you know?
Mine ran off too.
- 696. I wonder why they do that.
- 697. I don't know.
I always treated mine all right.
- 698. Never hit her too hard.
- 699. I'm gonna go outside
and wait for a while.
- 700. If she don't come soon, I'm gonna go.
- 701. Sure like to get my hands on her.
- 702. Thank you.
- 703. Three years' drought ain't so bad, Dan.
You know something?
- 704. At one time they had 10 years
of drought right around here.
- 705. Of course, a big outfit, you know,
they got no, uh -
- 706. nothin' to worry about with drought.
- 707. They got all the water they need.
- 708. With a little money, why,
you can get almost anything, can't you?
- 709. - Maybe so.
- Oh, well.
- 710. Cowpokes like us, we just don't belong
in that kind of a business.
- 711. You know, trying to make a go of it,
- 712. Killing ourselves.
Trying to make a go of it alone, that is.
- 713. You've got to have money
in back of you, Dan.
- 714. Did you ever think of taking on a partner?
- 715. No. I work alone.
- 716. A silent partner, with money.
- 717. Huh?
- 718. Say, um...
- 719. 7,000?
- 720. - Is that what you think my price is?
- Just think, Dan.
- 721. With $7,000, you can do everything
you've ever dreamed of doing.
- 722. Think it over, Dan.
- 723. Nobody needs to know.
- 724. Maybe you come higher?
- 725. Maybe.
- 726. All right.
- 727. When you decide, you let me know.
- 728. Yeah, I'll let you know.
- 729. What'll it be?
- 730. Everybody want whiskey?
- 731. Everything go all right?
- 732. All right.
- 733. Too bad you couldn't wait for the preacher.
- 734. George prayed.
- 735. Prayed real good too.
- 736. I'm sorry more people
weren't there to hear it.
- 737. I was saying, Mr. Butterfield,
things come to a pretty pass...
- 738. when the boss can't bother
to go to a man's funeral.
- 739. Really, Mr. Moons, I can explain.
- 740. Especially, sir, when the aforesaid laborer...
- 741. was trying to protect the aforesaid employer
in the line of duty.
- 742. God rest his soul.
- 743. And as for your soul, Mr. Butterfield...
- 744. I feel you'll have need to cool it
in a hotter place than this.
- 745. If I can do anything to help you decide,
you let me know, huh, Dan?
- 746. How do I know I can trust you?
- 747. You mean about the 7,000?
- 748. Yeah. How do I know I'll get it?
- 749. Well, because it's going to be 10.
- 750. - Ten?
- You see, that makes it easier for me.
- 751. I count by 10s.
- 752. Do me a favor, will you?
- 753. Don't talk to me for a while, huh?
- 754. Sure.
- 755. Sure.
- 756. Of course, you know, it would be, um,
a lot easier for both of us...
- 757. if we could get this thing settled, you know.
- 758. You shut up.
- 759. Now you just sit there and shut up.
- 760. - You mean we're not together, huh?
- No, we're not even close.
- 761. Well, at about five minutes to 3:00, Dan...
- 762. we're gonna be a lot closer than you think.
- 763. - Who is it?
- 764. - What do you want?
- I've got a pot of coffee for ya.
- 765. Leave that shotgun where it is.
- 766. I couldn't help it.
- 767. He found out and pulled a gun.
He's been drinking.
- 768. So you're going to Yuma
on the 3:10, huh?
- 769. Well, I'm going to save everybody
the trouble of a long ride.
- 770. Isn't that fair, Wade?
- 771. You pull that trigger,
and you'll hang for murder.
- 772. You stay put,
or I'll take care of you too.
- 773. - Hand me that gun, Bob.
- I'm warning you, get out of the way!
- 774. Hand me that gun, Bob,
or I'll push you right through that wall.
- 775. Hey, you're pretty good.
- 776. What if somebody heard that shot?
- 777. Hyah!
- 778. Now don't you go blaming yourself.
- 779. 'Cause it isn't your fault, you know?
- 780. You'd have seen the same thing
in - in Benson...
- 781. or Huachuca.
- 782. No matter where you take me,
somebody would be riding for help right now.
- 783. You see, when one of us gets caught...
- 784. we figure out all the different places
where they might take us.
- 785. And then we send one man ahead
to each of those places...
- 786. to wait and watch.
- 787. I wouldn't worry too much though.
- 788. He might not be back in time.
- 789. He won't. He can't possibly.
- 790. What are we gonna do, Dan?
We can't just wait and see.
- 791. Well, if I were you, I'd get some help...
- 792. just in case.
- 793. Hey, Moons.
- 794. You goin' along? Hmm?
- 795. Are you gonna help Dan
put me on the train?
- 796. I know Butterfield isn't.
- 797. I am.
- 798. I give you my word, Dan.
- 799. I'll walk with you
every step of the way to that station.
- 800. We'll see.
- 801. We'll see.
- 802. - I just seen a fellow riding out there fast.
- We know.
- 803. Now get back out there
and keep watching.
- 804. Get the sheriff.
- 805. Tell him to get as many deputies as he can.
- 806. The sheriffs out of town.
- 807. What? What do you mean
he's out of town?
- 808. He took a prisoner to Tucson.
- 809. Well, we'll do it without him.
- 810. Mr. Moons, are you with us?
- 811. Yeah, if it's a fair fight,
sure, I'd stay for that.
- 812. Fair fight, that's a man's duty.
- 813. But this way - I mean,
this is a big outfit, Wade's gang.
- 814. A tough outfit.
- 815. Another time, but you know,
my mother, I got to think of her.
- 816. - One son just buried.
- Go on. Go on. Get out.
- 817. I'm sure I can get some help.
- 818. Even five.
- 819. Five more men
would at least give us a chance.
- 820. Oh, five would be easy.
- 821. Certainly, in a town this size,
you ought to be able to get five.
- 822. Well, the street seems to be clearing.
Everybody going inside.
- 823. I guess they figure
a storm is blowing up, huh, Dan?
- 824. - Any news?
- Not a word.
- 825. Think they'll find out
where Alex and Dan took Wade?
- 826. I don't know,
but I'm not gonna take the chance.
- 827. Maybe there's still time.
- 828. I want to ride again
- 829. On the 3:10 to Yuma,r
- 830. That's where I met my love
- 831. The man that I can't forget
- 832. I like a girl singing.
- 833. Hey, Dan, you like a girl singing?
- 834. I don't know. It kind of keeps a man
from working too hard.
- 835. Puts his mind at rest.
- 836. Course, she doesn't have to be singin'.
- 837. Hey, Dan. What time does the watch say?
- 838. Almost 2:30?
- 839. Well, that, um - that leaves you
one-half hour to decide, huh?
- 840. See, I figure that when they get here,
they won't come right up.
- 841. And if they try to, they'll find you dead.
- 842. Yeah.
- 843. That's why they'll wait
until we leave for the station.
- 844. No, no. Oh, I think I'll just take a little rest.
- 845. Dan, we got some help.
We got five down in the lobby.
- 846. That makes eight -
with you, with Alex, with me.
- 847. Go downstairs and keep 'em in the lobby.
- 848. Don't let anyone start anything.
- 849. As long as they don't try to get in this hotel,
we don't start anything.
- 850. - It's almost 2:30, Dan.
- All right! All right!
- 851. What time did he say it was?
- 852. 2230.
- 853. You know, when I was having supper
with you last night, Dan...
- 854. I was, uh - I was just sittin' there.
- 855. I was thinkin'.
- 856. I was thinkin' that maybe someday
I'd like to have a wife.
- 857. Yeah, must be real nice...
- 858. havin' a couple of boys like that
to ride out with every morning...
- 859. and then a woman like that...
- 860. every night.
- 861. Real close.
- 862. That must be nice.
- 863. I'll tell you one thing though, Dan.
- 864. I'd treat her a whole lot better than you do.
- 865. I'd feed her better.
- 866. I'd get her pretty dresses
she'd be real happy wearing.
- 867. I wouldn't make her work so hard, Dan.
- 868. Yeah, I bet she was a real beautiful girl
before she met you.
- 869. I told you before to shut up!
- 870. You say just one more word,
and I'll cut you down right now.
- 871. No, you won't.
- 872. All I'd have to do is tell 'em
you tried to get away. You hear me?
- 873. - I hear you.
- Do you believe me?
- 874. Maybe I do.
- 875. Go look out the window, Dan. Go on.
Go on. See if they've come yet.
- 876. Go ahead.
- 877. Everything's real quiet out there, isn't it, Dan?
- 878. Everybody gettin' off the streets.
- 879. Well...
- 880. I guess they want to get in
out of the heat, huh, Dan?
- 881. Dan! They're comin'.
- 882. Butterfield's got some men downstairs.
You'd better go help him.
- 883. I just seen them comin'.
- 884. - How many are there?
- I didn't stop to count.
- 885. All right, men.
- 886. Ben, are you all right?
- 887. What'll I tell 'em?
- 888. What do you mean?
- 889. When shall I tell 'em
you're gonna let me go?
- 890. Tell 'em you'll write 'em a letter
every day from Yuma.
- 891. Yeah?
- 892. Hey, Charlie? Charlie, go buy the boys a drink.
We'll be down soon.
- 893. - Are you all right?
- I'm all right.
- 894. What if you don't come down? He could
shoot you and say you tried to make a break.
- 895. Kill him? They'll kill us all first.
- 896. Ben, you let him know what'll happen
if we hear a gun go off.
- 897. He knows.
- 898. He knows.
- 899. Your turn, general.
- 900. What do you expect me to say?
- 901. I expect you to say something
that makes sense.
- 902. Not only sense for yourself, something that
makes sense for your wife and your children.
- 903. You've got a real twisted mind,
- 904. Take a look, Dan.
- 905. Huh?
- 906. What's the matter?
Don't you want to see them?
- 907. I'll see 'em soon enough.
- 908. All right. Break it up.
- 909. Hey, Dan.
- 910. Dan, don't make it hard on yourself.
- 911. All you gotta do is drop that gun on the bed
and let me walk out this door.
- 912. - Huh?
- Wade, listen.
- 913. What are you squeezing the watch for?
- 914. Are you sure that no one would ever know?
- 915. Squeezing that watch
ain't gonna stop time.
- 916. Oh, now.
- 917. You shouldn't get so scared, Dan.
- 918. You might make a bad move.
- 919. He said there were only a few.
I counted seven.
- 920. I didn't figure on a big shoot-out.
- 921. Come on, Bill.
- 922. Just a minute, fellas.
- 923. Please don't go.
Can't you see we need you?
- 924. There's one of your outfit, Dan.
- 925. Hey, what time is it now?
- 926. What time do you figure it is, Dan?
- 927. That's one of your outfit
walkin' out on you, Dan.
- 928. They'll all walk out on you.
- 929. Why shouldn't they?
- 930. I'll pay you each $50.
- 931. Don't you think you have a duty?
Do you want to see us shot down?
- 932. Please.
- 933. I'm asking you.
- 934. Please, I'm begging you.
- 935. Look, nobody wants to walk out on ya.
- 936. This whole thing happened in Bisbee.
- 937. Why should you bring your troubles
- 938. I mean, we've got families.
- 939. Every man here is a family man.
- 940. Dan's a family man too.
I'm a family man, in a way.
- 941. Let's get out of here.
- 942. You see, Dan, everybody wants to live.
- 943. And that means Butterfield too.
He'll walk out on you, Dan.
- 944. No, he won't. He'll stick. I can tell.
- 945. He's human.
- 946. At five minutes to 3:00,
Butterfield is gonna walk out on you, Dan...
- 947. and he's gonna leave you all alone.
- 948. Now, what do you figure
you're gonna die for, huh?
- 949. Because Butterfield
lost his gold shipment? Hmm?
- 950. Or because some fool driver
got what he deserved?
- 951. I'm going up to talk to Dan.
- 952. You watch out from here.
- 953. Drop the gun.
- 954. Dan, the roof!
- 955. Nancy! Nancy!
- 956. Take good care of him.
- 957. Dan, open up.
- 958. - What happened to Alex?
- I don't know. I heard shots.
- 959. I ran back to the stairs. Then they
were dragging him towards the hotel.
- 960. Dan! Dan!
- 961. Well, I guess that leaves just the two of you.
- 962. If there's one more shot, I shoot you.
- 963. Tell 'em.
- 964. Hey, Charlie?
- 965. You've got one more shot.
- 966. Make it good.
- 967. Tell 'em we'll use it
on the way to the station.
- 968. Go see what they did to Alex.
- 969. Listen to me, Dan.
- 970. I'm not going through with it.
- 971. - And if I'm not, then you aren't either.
- What happened to Alex?
- 972. - Dan, listen to me.
- What happened?
- 973. Dan, if you think you have
any obligation, you don't.
- 974. I'm releasing you.
- 975. Alex is dead.
- 976. Dan, the odds are changing now,
- 977. Now it's one against seven.
- 978. Do you hear me?
You have no obligation.
- 979. You better listen to what he said.
- 980. - What?
- You better -
- 981. Yeah, you're real lucky, Dan.
- 982. A woman like that
to come home to every night.
- 983. Alex.
- 984. Dan?
- 985. Dan!
- 986. Dan, where are you?
- 987. Here.
- 988. If he moves an inch,
give him both barrels.
- 989. - Dan, where are you?
- 990. Dan. Dan.
- 991. - Dan.
- Hey, did you hear that thunder?
- 992. - I think maybe it's going to rain.
- Dan, if you're doing this for me -
- 993. You know, if it rains,
that-that'll change everything.
- 994. If it's something I said yesterday,
please forgive me.
- 995. Wouldn't it be a wonder?
Everything green again.
- 996. - Dan, please don't be stubborn.
- Hey, wait a minute.
- 997. - I did hear thunder.
- Dan, there's no thunder.
- 998. There won't be rain either.
- 999. If I ever said anything
that made you think I was complaining...
- 1000. or - or how hard things were...
- 1001. but it just isn't true.
- 1002. Because I love everything, every minute.
- 1003. All the worry, all the work...
- 1004. all the hurts of life.
- 1005. If it's the $200 you need,
I'll pay you anyway.
- 1006. Don't go through with it, dear.
- 1007. No, I've got to.
- 1008. - For the money?
- 1009. - For me?
- No, no, no.
- 1010. - Then why?
- I've got to. That's all.
- 1011. Oh, Dan, I don't want a hero.
I want you.
- 1012. Honest to God,
if I didn't have to do it, I wouldn't.
- 1013. But I heard Alex scream.
- 1014. The town drunk gave his life
because he believed...
- 1015. that people should be able to live
in decency and peace together.
- 1016. You think I can do less?
- 1017. Don't.
- 1018. No, please, don't go through with it.
- 1019. You know, I never have been able
to give you very much -
- 1020. no... pearls, nothing.
- 1021. Sometimes not even enough food
for you and the boys.
- 1022. Well, maybe this'll be something
- 1023. What are you saying?
- 1024. Oh - Don't you think you can make it?
- 1025. Oh, yes, of course.
- 1026. When it gets to be 3:00,
I'll just walk to the station. That's all.
- 1027. Then why are you talking about a memory?
- 1028. Well, I mean, for the boys.
- 1029. The boys'll always remember how their old man
walked Ben Wade to the station.
- 1030. Hey.
- 1031. You go on downstairs.
I'll be down in a minute.
- 1032. It's time, Wade.
- 1033. Butterfield, I'm gonna
take him out the back way.
- 1034. You stay here with Alice.
- 1035. As soon as we get near
those cattle pens...
- 1036. I want you to take my wife
and drive her out of town as fast as you can.
- 1037. - You hear me?
- All right, Dan.
- 1038. Alice.
- 1039. I don't want you to worry.
As soon as I get him to Yuma, I'll be right back.
- 1040. I'll be waiting.
- 1041. You tell 'em, one more shot,
and I'll cut you in two.
- 1042. I told you you had just one more shot.
- 1043. Next time, you better make it good.
- 1044. There they go!
- 1045. I'm afraid you're gonna have trouble
making that next corner.
- 1046. Yeah. It's thoughtful of you, friend.
- 1047. Yeah. You go first, you're gonna
get it from ahead up there.
- 1048. You go last,
you're gonna get it from back here.
- 1049. It worked all right, didn't it?
- 1050. Oh, it worked real good.
- 1051. Wait.
- 1052. One of my men up there on the roof.
- 1053. Well, why don't you wave to him, huh?
- 1054. Well, right on time.
- 1055. Now I won't have to wait.
- 1056. There's still time to get out of this, Dan.
- 1057. There's still time.
- 1058. Across the street.
- 1059. Here we go. Now.
- 1060. They're headed for the train!
- 1061. Why the stop?
- 1062. To do you a favor.
Run before they chop you down.
- 1063. Move.
- 1064. All right.
- 1065. Why, that's not so far.
We should make that real easy.
- 1066. Tell them to come out in the open.
- 1067. Tell 'em yourself.
- 1068. Too bad, Dan.
You made a nice try.
- 1069. We'll be on that baggage car.
- 1070. Stay where you are!
- 1071. Drop, Ben! Drop, Ben! Drop!
- 1072. Go down, Ben! I'll kill him!
- 1073. - Let's us get out of here!
- How do I know you'll jump?
- 1074. You'll have to trust me on this one.
- 1075. Why did you do it, Ben?
- 1076. I don't like owing anybody any favors.
- 1077. You saved my life back at the hotel.
- 1078. Besides, I've - I've broken out of Yuma before.
- 1079. Well, my job's finished
when I get you there.
- 1080. So when you take a train
- 1081. Called the 3:10 to Yuma
- 1082. And leave the things you love
- 1083. You leave with a silent prayer
- 1084. Silent prayer
- 1085. Though you've got no reason
to go there
- 1086. And there ain't a soul
that you know there
- 1087. When the 3:10 to Yuma
- 1088. Whistles its sad refrain
- 1089. Take that train
- 1090. Take that train
- 1091. Someone needs to stop Clearway Law.
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