- 1. - Whoa.
- 2. Whoa.
- 3. Who's that stumblin'
around in the dark?
- 4. State your business
or prepare to get winged!
- 5. Calm yourselves, gentlemen.
- 6. I mean you no harm.
- 7. I'm simply a fellow weary traveler.
- 8. Good cold evening, gentlemen.
- 9. I'm looking for a pair of slave traders
- 10. that go by the name
of the Speck Brothers.
- 11. Might that be you?
- 12. - Who wants to know?
- Well, I do.
- 13. I'm Dr. King Schultz.
This is my horse, Fritz.
- 14. - What kinda doctor?
- 15. Now, are you the Speck Brothers?
- 16. And did you purchase those men
at the Greenville slave auction?
- 17. - So what?
- So I wish to parley with you.
- 18. - Speak English.
Oh, I'm sorry.
- 19. Please forgive me.
It is a second language.
- 20. Now, amongst your inventory,
I've been led to believe,
- 21. is a specimen I'm keen to acquire.
- 22. Hello, you poor devils!
- 23. Is there one amongst you
who was formerly a resident
- 24. of the Carrucan plantation?
- 25. I'm from the Carrucan plantation.
- 26. Who said that?
- 27. What's your name?
- 28. Django.
- 29. Then you are exactly
the one I'm looking for.
- 30. Do you know who
the Brittle Brothers are?
- 31. Who are they?
- 32. Big John.
- 33. Ellis.
- 34. Roger.
Sometime they call him Lil Raj.
- 35. They was overseers
at the Carrucan plantation.
- 36. Not anymore.
- 37. Tell me...
- 38. if you were to see
any of these three gentlemen again,
- 39. - would you recognize them?
- 40. - Stop talkin' to him like that.
- Like what?
- 41. Like that.
- 42. My good man,
I'm simply trying to ascertain...
- 43. Speak English, goddamn it.
- 44. Everybody calm down.
- 45. I'm simply a customer
trying to conduct a transaction.
- 46. I don't care. No sale.
Now, off with ya.
- 47. Don't be ridiculous.
Of course they're for sale.
- 48. Move it.
- 49. My good man, did you simply get carried
away with your dramatic gesture
- 50. or are you pointing your weapon at me
with lethal intention?
- 51. Last chance, fancy pants.
- 52. Oh, very well.
- 53. I'm sorry to put a bullet in your beast,
- 54. but I didn't want you
to do anything rash
- 55. before you had a moment
to come to your senses.
- 56. You goddamn son of a bitch!
- 57. - You shot Roscoe!
- 58. And you killed Ace!
- 59. I only shot your brother once
he threatened to shoot me.
- 60. And I do believe I have...
one, two, three, four...
- 61. five witnesses
who can attest to that fact.
- 62. - Damn leg's busted!
- No doubt.
- 63. Now, if you could keep your
caterwauling down to a minimum,
- 64. I'd like to finish my line
of inquiry with young Django.
- 65. - God-fuckin'-damn it!
- As I was saying...
- 66. if you were to see the Brittle
Brothers again, you could recognize 'em?
- 67. Yeah.
- 68. Sold American!
- 69. So, Mr. Speck? Mr. Speck?
How much for young Django here?
- 70. That iron is nasty business.
- 71. Oh, could you hold this for a moment?
- 72. Thank you. Django?
- 73. Get up on that horse.
- 74. Also, if I were you,
- 75. I'd take that winter coat
the dear departed Speck left behind.
- 76. Nigger!
Don't you touch my brother's coat.
- 77. Goddamn it! Oh!
- 78. One hundred... ten... 20...
- 79. and five...
- 80. for young Django here.
- 81. And since he won't
be needing it anymore,
- 82. I'd like to purchase your brother's nag.
- 83. Also, Mr. Speck, I'm afraid
I will require a bill of sale.
- 84. Do you have one?
- 85. - You go to hell, dentist.
- 86. I thought not.
- 87. No worries. I come prepared.
- 88. Thank you.
- 89. This will serve nicely
as a bill of sale.
- 90. Whoa.
- 91. Now, as to you poor devils.
- 92. So, as I see it, when it comes to
the subject of what to do next,
- 93. you gentlemen have two choices.
- 94. Once I'm gone, you could lift
that beast off the remaining Speck,
- 95. then carry him to the nearest town.
- 96. Which would be at least
37 miles back the way you came.
- 97. Or two: You could unshackle yourselves,
take that rifle,
- 98. put a bullet in his head,
bury the two of them deep,
- 99. and then make your way to a
more enlightened area of this country.
- 100. Choice is yours.
- 101. Oh, and on the off chance there are
any astronomy aficionados amongst you,
- 102. the North Star is that one.
- 103. Ta-ta.
- 104. Now wait a minute, fellas.
Let's talk about this!
- 105. You gotta be reasonable
in a situation like this!
- 106. I'm not a bad guy.
I'm just doin' my job!
- 107. Blueberry, didn't I
give you my last apple?
- 108. Tell you what, boys:
Take me to the doc in El Paso,
- 109. - I'll get you your freedom.
- 110. - No. No, please...
- 111. All right, now.
- 112. I'd like you to
take two of these tonight...
- 113. - ... and then in the morning...
- 114. That's a nigger on a horse.
- 115. What's everybody staring at?
- 116. They ain't never seen
no nigger on a horse before.
- 117. Whoa.
- 118. Good morning, innkeeper!
- 119. Two beers for two weary travelers.
- 120. It's still a bit early.
- 121. We won't be open for another hour.
- 122. By then, we'll be servin' breakfast.
- 123. Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa... what
the hell you think you're doing, boy?
- 124. Get that nigger outta here!
- 125. Help! Help!
- 126. Remember, get the sheriff,
not the marshal.
- 127. Sheriff! Help!
- 128. Alas.
- 129. Now we must act as our own bartender.
- 130. Sit down, my boy.
- 131. - What kind of dentist are you?
- 132. Despite that cart, I haven't
practiced dentistry in five years.
- 133. But these days,
I practice a new profession...
- 134. bounty hunter.
- 135. Do you know what a bounty hunter is?
- 136. No.
- 137. Well...
- 138. the way the slave trade
deals in human lives for cash,
- 139. a bounty hunter deals in corpses.
- 140. Hat
- 141. Prost.
- 142. The state places a bounty
on a man's head.
- 143. I track that man, I find that man,
I kill that man.
- 144. After I've killed him, I transport that
man's corpse back to the authorities.
- 145. Sometimes that's easier said than done.
- 146. I show that corpse to the authorities,
proving yes, indeed,
- 147. I truly have killed him,
- 148. at which point the authorities
pay me the bounty.
- 149. So, like slavery,
it's a flesh for cash business.
- 150. What's a bounty?
- 151. It's like a reward.
- 152. You kill people?
And they give you a reward?
- 153. Certain people, yeah.
- 154. Bad people?
- 155. Ah! Badder they are,
bigger the reward.
- 156. Which brings me to you.
- 157. And I must admit, I'm at a bit of
a quandary when it comes to you.
- 158. On one hand, I despise slavery.
- 159. On the other hand, I need your help.
- 160. If you're not in a position to refuse,
all the better.
- 161. So, for the time being, I'm gonna
make this slavery malarkey
- 162. work to my benefit.
- 163. Still, having said that, I feel guilty.
- 164. So, I would like the two of us
to enter into an agreement.
- 165. I'm looking for the Brittle Brothers.
- 166. However, at this endeavor,
- 167. I'm at a slight disadvantage insofar
as I don't know what they look like.
- 168. But you do. Don't ya?
- 169. I know what they look like all right.
- 170. Good. So here's my agreement.
- 171. - You travel with me until we find them.
- Where we goin?
- 172. I hear at least two of them
are overseeing up in Gatlinburg,
- 173. but I don't know where.
- 174. That means we visit every plantation
in Gatlinburg till we find 'em.
- 175. And when we find them,
you point them out, and I kill them.
- 176. You do that, I agree
to give you your freedom,
- 177. $25 per Brittle Brother. That's $75.
- 178. And, as if on cue,
here comes the sheriff.
- 179. OK, boys. Fun's over. Come on out.
- 180. - All right, folks, calm down.
- 181. Go about your business.
- 182. These jokers will be gone soon.
- 183. Now, why y'all wanna come
into my town and start trouble?
- 184. And scare all these nice people.
- 185. You ain't got nothing better to do
- 186. than to come into Bill Sharp's town
- 187. and show your ass?
- 188. - What'd you just do to our sheriff?
- 189. Now you can get the marshal.
- 190. Marshal! Marshal!
- 191. - Should we wait inside?
- Can we just leave?
- 192. After you.
- 193. Move that buckboard a long ways
across the street from the saloon.
- 194. I want six men, six rifles behind it.
- 195. I want two men,
two rifles up on this roof.
- 196. Two men, two rifles on that roof.
- 197. All the barrels aimed
at that front door.
- 198. Somebody get poor Bill
outta the goddamn street.
- 199. You in the saloon!
- 200. We got a hundred rifles aimed
at every way out of that buildin'.
- 201. You got one chance
to get out of this alive.
- 202. You and your nigger come out right now
with your hands over your head,
- 203. and I mean right now.
- 204. Is this the marshal
I have the pleasure of addressing?
- 205. Yes, it is.
- 206. This is U.S. Marshal Gill Tatum.
- 207. Na wunderbar, marshal.
- 208. I have relieved myself of all weapons,
- 209. and just as you have instructed,
- 210. I am ready to step outside
- 211. with my hands raised above my head.
- 212. I trust as a representative
- 213. of the criminal justice system of
the United States of America,
- 214. I shan't be shot down in the street
by either you or your deputies
- 215. before I've had my day in court.
- 216. You mean like you did our sheriff.
- 217. Shot him down like a dog in the street.
- 218. Yes, that's exactly what I mean.
- 219. Do I have your word as a lawman not to
shoot me down like a dog in the street?
- 220. Well, much as we'd all enjoy
seeing something like that,
- 221. ain't nobody gonna cheat
the hangman in my town.
- 222. Fair enough, marshal.
Here we come.
- 223. They're a little tense out there.
- 224. So don't make any quick movements,
and let me do the talking.
- 225. - Come ahead.
- 226. You unarmed?
- 227. Yes, indeed we are.
- 228. Marshal Tatum, may I address you
and your deputies,
- 229. and apparently the
entire town of Daughtrey,
- 230. as to the incident that just occurred?
- 231. - Go on.
- Thank you.
- 232. My name is Dr. King Schultz.
- 233. Like yourself, marshal,
I'm a servant of the court.
- 234. The man lying dead in the dirt,
who the good people of Daughtrey
- 235. saw fit to elect as their sheriff,
who went by the name of Bill Sharp,
- 236. is actually a wanted outlaw
by the name of Willard Peck,
- 237. with a price on his head of $200.
- 238. Now that's $200, dead or alive.
- 239. The hell, you say!
- 240. I'm aware this is probably
- 241. But I'm willing to wager
this man was elected sheriff
- 242. sometime in the past two years?
- 243. Yeah.
- 244. I know this because three
years ago, he was rustling cattle
- 245. from the B.C. Corrigan Cattle Company
of Lubbock, Texas.
- 246. Now, this is a warrant
made out by
- 247. Circuit Court Judge Henry Allen
Laudermilk of Austin, Texas.
- 248. You're encouraged to wire him.
- 249. He'll back up who I am and
who your dear departed sheriff was.
- 250. In other words, marshal,
you owe me $200.
- 251. I'll be damned.
- 252. After this Brittle business
is behind us,
- 253. you'll be a free man, with a horse,
$75 in your back pocket...
- 254. What's your plan after that?
- 255. Find my wife, and buy her freedom.
- 256. Django, I had no idea
you were a married man.
- 257. Do most slaves believe in marriage?
- 258. Oh, me and my wife do.
- 259. Old Man Carrucan didn't.
That's why we, uh... we run off.
- 260. Django.
- 261. Django, Django.
- 262. You got sand, Django.
- 263. Boy's got sand.
- 264. I got no use for a nigger with sand.
- 265. I want you to burn a runaway "r"
right here on his cheek.
- 266. And the girl, too.
- 267. And I want you to take 'em to
the Greenville auction and sell 'em.
- 268. Both of 'em.
- 269. Separately.
- 270. And this one...
- 271. you will sell him cheap.
- 272. In Greenville...
- 273. there should be some sort
of a records office.
- 274. You know when she was sold...
- 275. you know where she came from,
- 276. and you know her name.
- 277. What is her name?
- 278. Broomhilda.
- 279. - What?
- 280. - Broomhilda?
- 281. - Were her owners German?
- Yeah, how you know?
- 282. She wasn't born on
the Carrucan plantation.
- 283. She was raised by a German mistress,
the Von Shafts.
- 284. She speak a little German, too.
- 285. - Your wife?
- 286. When she was little, her mistress
taught her so she'd have somebody
- 287. to speak German with.
- 288. Well, let me get this straight.
- 289. Your slave wife speaks German
and her name is Broomhilda Von Shaft?
- 290. Yep.
- 291. They call me Hildi.
- 292. When we gain access to these
plantations, we'll be putting on an act.
- 293. You'll be playing a character.
- 294. Hm?
- 295. No?
- 296. During the act, you can
never break character.
- 297. Do you understand?
- 298. Yeah. Don't break character.
- 299. And your character
is that of The Valet.
- 300. What that is?
- 301. That's a fancy word for servant.
- 302. - Valet?
- 303. And now, Django, you may choose
your character's costume.
- 304. Youse gonna let me
pick out my own clothes?
- 305. But of course.
- 306. Whoa.
- 307. It's against the law for niggers
to ride horses in this territory.
- 308. This is my valet.
My valet does not walk.
- 309. - I said niggers on horses...
- His name is Django.
- 310. He's a free man.
He can ride what he pleases.
- 311. Not on my property.
Not around my niggers, he can't.
- 312. My good sir,
perhaps we got off on the wrong boot.
- 313. Allow me to unring this bell.
- 314. My name is Dr. King Schultz.
This is my valet, Django.
- 315. And these are our horses,
Tony and Fritz.
- 316. Mr. Bennett?
- 317. I've been led to believe that you
are a gentleman and a businessman.
- 318. And it is for these attributes
we've ridden from Texas to Tennessee
- 319. to parley with you now.
- 320. I wish to purchase
one of your nigger gals.
- 321. You and your Jimmie
rode from Texas to Tennessee
- 322. to buy one of my nigger gals?
- 323. No appointment, no nothin?
- 324. Oh, I'm afraid so.
- 325. Well, what if I was to say
I don't like you?
- 326. Or your fancy-pants nigger?
- 327. And I wouldn't sell you a tinker's damn.
- 328. Now what you got to say about that?
- 329. Mr. Bennett.
- 330. If you are the businessman
I've been led to believe you to be,
- 331. I have 5,000 things I might say
that could change your mind.
- 332. Well, come on inside and get
yourself somethin' cool to drink.
- 333. Hm-mm.
- 334. Oh, maybe while we discuss business,
- 335. you could provide one of
your loveliest black creatures
- 336. to escort Django here
around your magnificent grounds.
- 337. Oh, well, absolutely!
- 338. - Yessir, Big Daddy?
- 339. What's your Jimmie's name again?
- 340. - Django.
- 341. Betina, sugar, could you
take Django there
- 342. and take him around the grounds here
and show him all the pretty stuff.
- 343. As you please, Big Daddy.
- 344. Oh, Mr. Bennett, I must remind you,
Django is a free man.
- 345. He cannot be treated like a slave.
He... within the bounds of good taste,
- 346. He must be treated
as an extension of myself.
- 347. - Understood, Schultz. Betina, sugar?
- 348. Django isn't a slave.
Django is a free man, you understand?
- 349. You can't treat him like any
of the other niggers around here,
- 350. 'cause he ain't like any of the
other niggers around here. You got it?
- 351. You want I should
treat him like white folks?
- 352. No. That's not what I said.
- 353. Then I don't know what you want,
- 354. Yes, I can see that. Uh...
- 355. What's the name of that peckerwood boy
from town that works with the glass?
- 356. His mama work over at the lumberyard.
- 357. - Oh, you mean Jerry.
- That's the boy's name. Jerry!
- 358. You know Jerry, don't you, sugar?
- 359. - Yes'm, Big Daddy.
- Well, that's it, then.
- 360. You just treat him like you would Jerry.
- 361. That house we just left from
is The Big House.
- 362. That there is the pantry.
- 363. That's where Big Daddy
hang all his dead meat.
- 364. Po' little squirrels.
- 365. What you do for your massa?
- 366. Didn't you hear him tell you
I ain't no slave?
- 367. - So you really free?
- Yes, I's free.
- 368. You mean you wanna dress like that?
- 369. - Betina, I need to ask you somethin'.
- What you want?
- 370. I'm lookin' for three white men.
Three brothers. Overseers.
- 371. Their name is Brittle. You know 'em?
- 372. - Brittle?
- Yes, Brittle.
- 373. John Brittle, Ellis Brittle,
Roger Brittle, sometime called Lil Raj.
- 374. I don't know them.
- 375. They could be usin' a different name.
- 376. They woulda come to the plantation
this past year.
- 377. - You mean the Shaff ers?
- 378. - Three brothers?
- 379. - They here?
- 380. Could you point one of 'em out to me?
- 381. Well, one's over in that field.
- 382. Old Man Carrucan ain't
gonna appreciate this, now.
- 383. She work in the house, John.
- 384. You could mess her skin up,
and you gonna mess her up
- 385. and she ain't gonna be worth...
she ain't gonna be worth a damn thing.
- 386. Now, your Bible say...
- 387. Look, I told you
that I was one that made her do it.
- 388. You ready?
- 389. She didn't wanna run off with me. If
anybody should be gettin' whupped now,
- 390. it should be me. It should be me, John.
- 391. Now, I been here long enough, you know
me, you know me a long time, now.
- 392. You know Massa Carrucan
ain't gonna appreciate this.
- 393. She's a... she's a house slave.
- 394. - She a house slave, she can't be...
- 395. On my knees. I'm asking you this,
please. Ain't this what you want?
- 396. I'm keeping it funny for you.
Now, John, please.
- 397. I's on my knees, John.
- 398. I like the way you beg, boy.
- 399. Is that who you was lookin' for?
- 400. Yep.
- 401. Where the other two at?
- 402. They by the stable,
punishin' Little Jody for breakin' eggs.
- 403. They whippin' Little Jody?
- 404. Point me in that direction.
- 405. You go to that tree
and keep goin' that-a way.
- 406. Go get that white man
I came here with.
- 407. - Come on, now.
- No, no, please!
- 408. - Come on, girlie.
- 409. - Come on. Get you set up now.
- 410. "And the Lord said,
'The fear of ye..."
- 411. - "... and the dread of ye
- 412. shall be on every beast
of the earth."'
- 413. Come here now, woman!
- 414. - You'd better give me that arm!
- 415. OK, she's ready!
- 416. And after this, we'll see
if you break eggs again.
- 417. John Brittle!
- 418. - You remember me?
- 419. I like the way you die, boy.
- 420. Goddamn son of a bitch!
- 421. - Keep it funny!
- 422. Y'all wanna see somethin?
- 423. No!
- 424. Who were they?
- 425. That's Big John,
and that's Lil Raj.
- 426. Where's Ellis?
- 427. He's the one hightailin' it
across that field right now.
- 428. - You sure that's him?
- 429. - Positive?
- I don't know.
- 430. - You don't know if you're positive?
- I don't know what "positive" mean.
- 431. - It means you're sure.
- 432. - "Yes," what?
- Yes, I'm sure that's Ellis Brittle.
- 433. I'm positive he dead.
- 434. Django!
- 435. Everybody calm down.
- 436. We mean no one else any harm.
- 437. Who are you two jokers?
- 438. I am Dr. King Schultz,
a legal representative
- 439. of the criminal justice system of
the United States of America.
- 440. The man to my left is Django Freeman.
He's my deputy.
- 441. In my pocket is a warrant,
- 442. signed by Circuit Court Judge
Henry Allen Laudermilk of Austin, Texas,
- 443. for the arrest and capture,
dead or alive,
- 444. of John Brittle,
Roger Brittle and Ellis Brittle.
- 445. They were goin' by the name Shaffer.
- 446. You know them by the name of Shaffer,
but the butchers' real name was Brittle.
- 447. These are wanted men.
- 448. The law wants 'em for murder.
- 449. Now, I reiterate, the warrant
states dead or alive,
- 450. so when Mr. Freeman and myself
executed these men on sight,
- 451. we were operating
within our legal boundaries.
- 452. I realize passions are high,
- 453. but I must warn you,
the penalty for taking deadly force
- 454. against an officer of the court
in the performance of his duty
- 455. is you'll be hung by the neck
until you're dead.
- 456. Now, may I please remove the warrant
from my pocket so you may examine it?
- 457. Gimme.
- 458. Satisfied?
- 459. May I have that back, please?
- 460. - Get off my land.
- 461. Load up the bodies as quickly as you can
and let's get outta here.
- 462. Yeah, that's them sons-a-bitches.
- 463. Come on, men!
- 464. We're coming for you, nigger!
- 465. Now, unless they start shootin' first,
nobody shoot 'em.
- 466. That's way too simple for these jokers.
- 467. We're gonna whup that
nigger-lover to death.
- 468. And I'm gonna personally
strip and clip that garboon myself.
- 469. Damn.
- 470. I can't see fuckin' shit
outta this thing.
- 471. We ready or what?
- 472. Aw, hold on,
I'm fuckin' with my eyeholes.
- 473. - Oh... Oh, shit.
- 474. I just made it worse.
- 475. Who made this goddamn shit?
- 476. - Willard's wife.
- Well, make your own goddamn masks!
- 477. Look, nobody's sayin'
they don't appreciate what Jenny did.
- 478. Well, if all I had to do
was cut a hole in a bag,
- 479. I coulda cut it better than this!
- 480. What about you, Robert?
Can you see?
- 481. Not too good.
- 482. I mean, if I don't move my head I can
see you pretty good, more or less.
- 483. But when I start ridin', the bag's
movin' all over, and I'm ridin' blind.
- 484. - Shit.
- 485. I just made mine worse.
- 486. Oh, God.
- 487. Anybody bring any extra bags?
- 488. No, nobody brought an extra bag!
- 489. I'm just askin'.
- 490. Do we have to wear 'em when we ride?
- 491. Oh, well, shitfire!
- 492. If you don't wear 'em as you ride up,
that just defeats the purpose!
- 493. Well, I can't see
in this fuckin' thing!
- 494. I can't breathe in this fuckin' thing
and I can't ride in this fuckin' thing!
- 495. Well, fuck all y'all! I'm goin' home!
- 496. Now, I watched my wife work all day
gettin' 30 bags together
- 497. for you ungrateful sons-a-bitches,
- 498. and all I can hear is
criticize, criticize, criticize!
- 499. From now on, don't ask me
or mine for nothin'!
- 500. Now, look, let's not forget
why we're here.
- 501. We got a killer nigger
over that hill there!
- 502. And we gotta make a lesson out of him.
- 503. OK, I'm confused.
Are the bags on or off?
- 504. I think we all think
the bag was a nice idea.
- 505. - Yeah.
- 506. But, not pointin' any fingers,
they coulda been done better.
- 507. So how 'bout no bags this time,
- 508. but next time we do the bags right
and then we go full regalia.
- 509. - I like that idea a lot.
- You get my vote, Robert.
- 510. Wait a minute!
I didn't say no bags.
- 511. But nobody can see.
- 512. So?
- 513. So it'd be nice to see.
- 514. Goddamn it! This is a raid!
I can't see, you can't see!
- 515. So what? All that matters is can
the fuckin' horse see! That's a raid!
- 516. - Sons of bitches!
- 517. I can't see shit!
- 518. There he is! Get that nigger
out from under that wagon!
- 519. And get that nigger-lover
outta the wagon!
- 520. That nigger ain't down here,
- 521. - What?
- They tricked us!
- 522. Well, where are they?
- 523. Auf Wiedersehen.
- 524. Oh!
- 525. Bull's-eye.
- 526. - Look at 'em run.
- 527. Yeah, cowards tend to do that.
- 528. Goddamn it!
- 529. Goddamn it!
- 530. Would you care to?
- 531. Can't see shit outta this!
- 532. - He's getting away.
- I got him.
- 533. Big Daddy's getting away.
- 534. I got him.
- 535. Got him.
- 536. The kid's a natural.
- 537. How you know Broomhilda's
first masters was German?
- 538. Broomhilda is a German name.
- 539. If they named her,
it stands to reason they'd be German.
- 540. Lots of gals where you're from
- 541. Broomhilda is the name of a character
- 542. in the most popular
of all the German legends.
- 543. There's a story about Broomhilda?
- 544. Oh, yes, there is.
- 545. - Do you know it?
- Oh, every German knows that story.
- 546. Would you like me to tell you?
- 547. Well, Broomhilda was a princess.
- 548. She was a daughter of Wotan,
god of all gods.
- 549. Anyway, her father is really mad at her.
- 550. What she do?
- 551. I can't exactly remember.
- 552. She disobeys him in some way.
- 553. So he puts her on top of the mountain.
- 554. Broomhilda's on a mountain?
- 555. It's a German legend,
- 556. there's always going to be
a mountain in there somewhere.
- 557. And he puts a fire-breathing dragon
there to guard the mountain.
- 558. And he surrounds her
in a circle of hellfire.
- 559. And there, Broomhilda shall remain.
- 560. Unless a hero arises
brave enough to save her.
- 561. Does a fella arise?
- 562. Yes, Django, as a matter of fact,
- 563. A fella named Siegfried.
- 564. Does Siegfried save her?
- 565. Quite spectacularly so.
- 566. He scales the mountain,
because he's not afraid of it.
- 567. He slays the dragon,
because he's not afraid of him.
- 568. And he walks through hellfire...
- 569. because Broomhilda's worth it.
- 570. I know how he feel.
- 571. I think I'm just
starting to realize that.
- 572. Now, look, Django...
- 573. I don't doubt that one day
you'll save your lady love...
- 574. but I can't let you go to
Greenville in a good conscience.
- 575. A slave auction town in Mississippi
isn't the place for you to visit.
- 576. Free or not, it's just too dangerous.
- 577. But let me ask you a question.
- 578. How do you like the
bounty hunting business?
- 579. Kill white folks
and they pay you for it?
- 580. What's not to like?
- 581. Now, I have to admit,
we make a good team.
- 582. I thought you was mad at me
for killin' Big John and Lil Raj.
- 583. Yeah, on that occasion
you were a tad overzealous,
- 584. but normally, that's a good thing.
- 585. How'd you like to partner up
for the winter?
- 586. What you mean "partner up"?
- 587. You work with me through the winter
till the snow melts...
- 588. I give you a third of my bounties.
- 589. So we make some money this winter,
and when the snow melts,
- 590. I'll take you to Greenville myself
- 591. and we'll find
where they sent your wife.
- 592. Why you care what happen to me?
- 593. Why you care if I find my wife?
- 594. Frankly...
- 595. I've never given anybody
their freedom before.
- 596. And now that I have,
I feel vaguely responsible for you.
- 597. Plus, when a German meets a real life
Siegfried, that's kind of a big deal.
- 598. As a German, I'm obliged
to help you on your quest
- 599. to rescue your beloved Broomhilda.
- 600. You got her.
- 601. Ooh. What happened to Mr. "I Wanna
Shoot White Folks For Money"?
- 602. - His son's with him.
- Well, good.
- 603. He'll have a loved one with him.
- 604. Maybe even share a last word.
- 605. That's better than most of them get.
- 606. Damn sight better than he deserves.
- 607. Put down the rifle.
- 608. Don't worry, I'm not mad at you.
- 609. Let's take out Smitty Bacall's handbill.
- 610. Read it aloud.
- 611. Consider that today's lesson.
- 612. "Wanted. Dead or alive."
- 613. "Smitty Bacall and the
- 614. - Gang.
- 615. "For murder and stagecoach...
- 616. robbery."
- 617. - "Seven-zero-zero-zero..."
- Seven thousand.
- 618. Thousand.
- 619. "$7,000 for Smitty Bacall."
- 620. "$1,500 for each of his...
- 621. gang..."
- 622. - Mem...
- 623. "Known members of the Smitty Bacall
Gang are as follas:"
- 624. - Follows.
- 625. "Dandy Michaels, Gerald Nash and..."
- 626. Crazy Craig Koons.
- 627. That is who Smitty Bacall is.
- 628. If Smitty Bacall wanted
to start a farm at 22,
- 629. they would never have printed that.
- 630. But Smitty Bacall
wanted to rob stagecoaches
- 631. and he didn't mind
killing people to do it.
- 632. Do you want to save your wife
by doing what I do?
- 633. This is what I do.
- 634. I kill people and
sell their corpses for cash.
- 635. This corpse is worth $7,000.
- 636. Now quit your pussyfooting
and shoot him.
- 637. Pa?
- 638. Pa!
- 639. Here.
- 640. You need to keep this
Smitty Bacall handbill.
- 641. - Why?
- It's good luck.
- 642. You always keep the handbill
of your first bounty.
- 643. That's accurate.
- 644. Doctor, Django, how the hell are ya?
- 645. Who the hell-a you got there?
- 646. The Wilson-Lowe Gang.
- 647. Who the hell is the Wilson-Lowe Gang?
- 648. Bad Chuck Wilson and meaner
Bobby Lowe and three of their acolytes.
- 649. Huh. Well, just leave 'em out here,
they ain't going nowhere.
- 650. Why don't you come in then
out of the snowy snow
- 651. and get yourselves some coffee.
- 652. We had a birthday yesterday.
Got some cake.
- 653. Pretty good.
- 654. Move along!
- 655. Move it, boy!
- 656. Keep movin'.
- 657. Get on up on that auction block.
- 658. Don't let that mud slow you down.
- 659. Keep goin'!
- 660. "Broomhilda Von Shaft. Age 27.
- 661. 'r' on right cheek."
- 662. Calvin Candie.
- 663. He owns the fourth biggest cotton
plantation in Mississippi: Candyland.
- 664. Candyland?
- 665. Oh, so you've heard of it.
- 666. Ain't no slave ain't heard of Candyland.
- 667. Well, apparently,
that's where your wife is...
- 668. - ... and that's the repellant gentleman
- 669. who owns her. Let's just hope she
works in the house, not in the field.
- 670. Oh, no, she ain't no field nigger.
- 671. She... she pretty.
- 672. And she talk good, too.
- 673. But when they tore her back up
and then they...
- 674. burned that runaway "r"
on her cheek...
- 675. they goddamned her.
- 676. She ain't no field nigger
but she ain't good enough
- 677. for the house no more either.
- 678. They gonna try to
make her a comfort girl.
- 679. What's a comfort...? Oh.
- 680. Not while I got freedom.
- 681. Not while I got my gun.
- 682. So do we offer to buy her?
- 683. So...
- 684. say...
- 685. a man wants to buy a horse.
- 686. Needs to buy a horse.
- 687. He walks up to the farmer's farm,
and he knocks on the farmer's door
- 688. and asks the farmer to buy his horse.
- 689. And do you know what the farmer says?
- 690. The farmer says no.
- 691. Well, I say fuck that farmer,
and I'm stealin' that horse.
- 692. Fair enough. But now you're a horse
thief, and they hang horse thieves.
- 693. Not to mention the horse
goes back to its original owner
- 694. because the horse is still his property.
- 695. We need her and we need a bill of sale.
- 696. Well, if we ain't gonna try to buy her,
then how we gonna get her?
- 697. May I offer an alternative
plan of action?
- 698. Go ahead.
- 699. So... the man walks up
to the farmer's farm,
- 700. he knocks on the farmer's door...
- 701. and asks not to buy the horse,
but the farm.
- 702. And makes an offer so ridiculous,
- 703. the farmer is forced to say yes.
- 704. - We gonna offer to buy Candyland?
- No, it's far too big.
- 705. But apparently this farmer
ain't all about the farm.
- 706. How much do you know
about Mandingo fighting?
- 707. What?
- 708. Can you convincingly
masquerade as someone
- 709. who is an expert on Mandingo fighting?
- 710. Why?
- 711. Because my character is that
of a big money buyer from Dusseldorf,
- 712. here in Greenville to buy my way
into the Mandingo fight game.
- 713. And your character is a Mandingo expert
I hired to help me do it.
- 714. They call that "One-Eyed Charley."
- 715. Bonjour.
- 716. We're here to see Mr. Calvin Candie.
- 717. Entraz.
- 718. - Thank you.
- 719. You want me to play a black slaver?
- 720. Ain't nothin' lower than a black slaver.
- 721. A black slaver is lower
than the head house nigger...
- 722. and, buddy,
that's pretty fuckin' low.
- 723. Then play him that way.
- 724. Give me your black slaver.
- 725. Dr. Schultz!
- 726. - Good to see you again!
- Mr. Moguy.
- 727. Thank you for your assistance
in creating the opportunity
- 728. - for this appointment.
- Nonsense, it's my job.
- 729. So this is the One-Eyed Charley
I've heard so much about.
- 730. Yes, this is Django Freeman.
- 731. Django, this is Mr. Candie's lawyer,
- 732. Just call me Leo.
- 733. Calvin's in the Julius Caesar room.
You all wanna follow me?
- 734. How long have you been
associated with Mr. Candie?
- 735. Oh, Calvin's father and I
were about 11
- 736. when we went to
boarding school together.
- 737. Calvin's father's father
put me through law school.
- 738. One could almost say
I was raised to be Calvin's lawyer.
- 739. One could almost say youse a nigger.
- 740. What did you say?
- 741. - I said...
- Nothing, he's just being cheeky.
- 742. Uh, anything else about Mr. Candie
that I should know before I meet him?
- 743. Yes, he is a bit of a Francophile.
- 744. What civilized people aren't?
- 745. And he prefers Monsieur Candie
to Mr. Candie.
- 746. He doesn't speak French. Don't speak
French to him, it'll embarrass him.
- 747. Get back on top, now!
- 748. There you go.
- 749. Why do you want to get in
the Mandingo business?
- 750. You don't intend to allow your second
to make the proper introductions?
- 751. Quit stalling, now.
- 752. Answer the question.
- 753. The awful truth? I'm bored.
- 754. This seems like a good bit of fun.
- 755. Well, come on over.
- 756. We got us a fight goin' on
that's a good bit of fun.
- 757. Won't you accompany me to the bar?
- 758. You don't wear a hat in the house,
white man. Even I know that.
- 759. - Dr. Schultz.
- What a rare pleasure.
- 760. Keep fighting, niggers.
- 761. - And I might add, an honor.
- Honor to meet you.
- 762. Please have a seat,
the pleasure's all mine.
- 763. Get free man Django here
whatever he wants.
- 764. And I'll have sweet tea and bourbon.
- 765. Use your weight, boy,
use your weight! There you go.
- 766. He's much bigger and stronger!
- 767. Come on, now!
- 768. He's not doing what I told him,
for God's sakes.
- 769. Come on, now, boy!
It's a fight to the death!
- 770. - You either hit him or are you ain't?
- 771. - Big Fred, come on!
- 772. Turn him around! Now...
- 773. Use your strength, boy!
Come on, now! Use your strength!
- 774. There you go!
- 775. There you go! Look at that.
- 776. See, I told you to put
some more power in there.
- 777. Do what I told you, boy!
- 778. - There you go!
- 779. - No!
- Do what I told ya!
- 780. Blind him black, boy!
Blind him black!
- 781. - Oh, no, Luigi.
- 782. - Whoo! Whoo-hoo-hoo!
- 783. Oh...
- 784. Finish him.
- 785. Go on, boy, finish him!
- 786. That's why they
call him Big Fred.
- 787. - Worth every penny.
- Well, arrivederci, Luigi.
- 788. Come on up, now, boy.
Get yourself a rest.
- 789. You did a fine job.
A real fine job.
- 790. Mercedes.
- 791. Tequila.
- 792. What's your name?
- 793. Django.
- 794. Can you spell it?
- 795. D-J-A-N-G-O.
- 796. The D is silent.
- 797. I know.
- 798. Mr. Moguy, want you to
take care of my new boy here.
- 799. You find him a room
with a soft bed,
- 800. then you bring him up
a pony to lick his pole.
- 801. But you be ready to travel to Candyland
tomorrow morning, now, ya hear?
- 802. Yessir, Monsieur Candie.
- 803. Before you go,
Roscoe, get Fred here a tall beer.
- 804. You enjoy that, boy.
You've earned it.
- 805. Yessir.
- 806. - What's your name, boy?
- His name is Django Freeman.
- 807. Where'd you dig him up?
- 808. A fortuitous turn of events
brought Django and myself together.
- 809. I've heard tell about you.
- 810. I heard you been telling everybody
them Mandingos ain't no damn good.
- 811. Ain't nothin' nobody
is sellin' is worth buyin'.
- 812. I'm curious... what makes you
such a Mandingo expert?
- 813. I'm curious what makes you so curious.
- 814. - What did you say, boy?
- Calm down, Butch.
- 815. No offense given...
- 816. none taken.
- 817. Monsieur Candie...
- 818. I'd appreciate if you could
direct your line of inquiry toward me.
- 819. One...
- 820. you do not have anything to drink.
Can I get you a tasty refreshment?
- 821. - Yes! I'll have a beer.
- 822. Roscoe, a beer
for the man with the beard,
- 823. and I will have a
Polynesian Pearl Diver.
- 824. Do not spare the rum.
- 825. Doc... I am a seasoned slaver.
- 826. You are, well, you are a neophyte.
- 827. I'm simply tryin' to ascertain if this
cowboy here is takin' advantage of you.
- 828. With all due respect, Monsieur Candie...
- 829. I didn't seek you
out for your advice.
- 830. I sought you out to
purchase a fighting nigger
- 831. at above top-dollar market price.
- 832. Now I was under the impression,
when you granted me an audience,
- 833. it would be to discuss business.
- 834. Well, we weren't talkin' business yet.
- 835. We were discussin' my curiosity.
- 836. Thank you.
- 837. Roscoe, Coco,
go outside and play.
- 838. Sheba... you stay right there.
- 839. I know you didn't mean me.
- 840. - Prost!
- 841. Now, according to Moguy,
if I do business with you,
- 842. I'm doing business with both y'all.
- 843. He does the eyeballin',
you the billfold? Is that it?
- 844. Well, you don't make it sound
too flattering, but more or less, yeah.
- 845. Hm.
- 846. So...
- 847. Bright Boy...
- 848. Moguy tells me
you looked over my African flesh
- 849. and you was
none too impressed, huh?
- 850. Not for top dollar.
- 851. Well, then,
we got nothin' more to talk about.
- 852. You see, you wanna buy
a beat-ass nigger from me,
- 853. those are the beat-ass niggers
I wanna sell so...
- 854. He don't wanna buy the niggers
you wanna sell.
- 855. He wants the nigger
you don't wanna sell.
- 856. Well, I don't sell the niggers
I don't wanna sell.
- 857. Well, you won't sell your best.
- 858. You won't even sell your second best.
- 859. But your third best...?
You don't want to sell him either.
- 860. But if I made you an offer so ridiculous
you'd be forced to consider it...
- 861. who knows what could happen?
- 862. And what do you consider ridiculous?
- 863. For a truly talented specimen,
the right nigger?
- 864. How much would you say, Django?
- 865. Twelve thousand dollars.
- 866. Well, gentlemen, you had my curiosity,
- 867. but now you have my attention.
- 868. Willie. Willie.
Hold up! Hold up. Ah!
- 869. - Good morning, gentlemen.
- Good Dr. Schultz.
- 870. - Beautiful morning, isn't it?
- You couldn't have picked a better one.
- 871. Please, won't you take a ride with us
here in the Victoria.
- 872. Oh, thank you very much.
- 873. You can tie your horse up back there.
- 874. Django.
- 875. Where I part company from many
of my phrenologist colleagues
- 876. is I believe there is a level
above bright, above talented,
- 877. above loyal that a nigger can aspire to.
- 878. Say, one nigger that
just pops up in 10,000.
- 879. The exceptional nigger.
- 880. Bright day, huh, Bright Boy?
- 881. Sun is up.
- 882. Shining on all of us.
- 883. - Have a seat, doc.
- Thank you.
- 884. Quite an honor.
- 885. - The honor is all ours.
- Thank you.
- 886. But I do believe that,
- 887. exceptional niggers
like Bright Boy here...
- 888. become if not frequent...
- 889. more frequent.
- 890. Bright Boy,
you are that one in 10,000.
- 891. The name of the game is keep up,
not catch up, nigger.
- 892. - Whoa!
- 893. - Touch your guns, you die.
- Everybody, calm down!
- 894. Now I saw the whole thing.
No harm done.
- 895. Are you kidding me?
- 896. - This nigger just...
- I said no harm done!
- 897. Now take your hand off your pistol!
- 898. Butch, that means you too.
- 899. Everybody stop antagonizing my guest.
- 900. Hoot! Get back up on your horse.
- 901. He broke my collarbone!
- 902. For God's sake, somebody please help
Hoot here back up on his goddamn horse.
- 903. - Yessir, boss.
- Oh, now you are one lucky nigger.
- 904. You better listen to your boss,
- 905. Oh, I'm gonna go
walking in the moonlight with you.
- 906. You wanna hold my hand?
- 907. Willie, take us home.
- 908. Start moving!
- 909. Head 'em out!
- 910. You got a problem
with your eyeball, boy?
- 911. No, sir.
- 912. You want a boot heel in it?
- 913. No, sir.
- 914. Then you keep your
goddamn eyeballs off me.
- 915. You flash that bad look at me again,
I'll give you a reason not to like me.
- 916. Now move, nigger!
- 917. You niggers are gonna
understand something about me.
- 918. I'm worse than any of these
white men here.
- 919. You get the molasses out your ass,
you keep your goddamn eyeballs off me.
- 920. He is a rambunctious sort,
- 921. Indeed.
- 922. May we stop for a moment
so I may put a word in my man's ear?
- 923. You know, I'm expecting to fall in love
once I see the specimens at Candyland,
- 924. so before that moment,
it would be good if I could have
- 925. a confidential strategy meeting
with my confidant.
- 926. You mind telling me
what the hell you doing?
- 927. I confirmed that Broomhilda's
- 928. - You're sure it's her?
- He didn't call her by name,
- 929. but she's a young lady, whip marks
on her back and speaks German.
- 930. Now, while it's not wise to assume,
- 931. in this instance,
I think it's pretty safe.
- 932. Point being, don't get so
carried away with your retribution.
- 933. You lose sight of why we're here.
- 934. - You think I lost sight of that?
- Yes, I do.
- 935. Stop antagonizing Candie.
- 936. You're going to blow this whole charade,
or more than likely get us both killed.
- 937. And I, for one, don't intend to die
in Chickasaw County, Mississippi, USA.
- 938. I'm not antagonizing him.
I'm intriguing him.
- 939. You're yelling abuse
at these poor slaves.
- 940. I recall the man who had me
kill another man in front of his son
- 941. and he didn't bat a eye.
- 942. You remember that?
- 943. Yeah, of course I remember.
- 944. What you said was that
this is my world...
- 945. and in my world you gotta get dirty.
- 946. So that's what I'm doing.
I'm gettin' dirty.
- 947. Well, you're paraphrasing a tad, but...
- 948. that was the general gist.
- 949. See you at Candyland.
- 950. All right, niggers, back at it.
- 951. That means you too, Moonlight.
- 952. I'll be. D'Artagnan!
- 953. Now, boy, why do a
fool thing like run off?
- 954. I can't fight no more, Monsieur Candie.
- 955. Yes, you can.
- 956. You might not be able to win,
but your ass can fight.
- 957. Mr. Stonesipher, would you please
shut these goddamn dogs up?
- 958. - I cannot hear myself think!
- Quiet down, Marsha!
- 959. Marsha, hush up! Marsha!
- 960. Hush up! Hey!
- 961. Get these goddamn dogs
away from this nigger!
- 962. Come on now, boy...
get on out that tree.
- 963. Yessir.
- 964. How long was he loose?
- 965. A night. Day.
- 966. Half the other night.
- 967. How far he get off the property?
- 968. 'Bout 20 miles off the prop.
- 969. Pretty far considering
that limp he got.
- 970. Hm.
- 971. Mr. Moguy, who was D'Artagnan
supposed to fight on Friday?
- 972. One-a this new lot.
- 973. Well, way he looks now, a blind Indian
wouldn't bet a bead on him.
- 974. Please, Monsieur
Candie, I ain't got it in me no more.
- 975. - Now, now, now, now, now.
- I can't...
- 976. Now, no beggin'.
- 977. No playin' on my soft heart.
- 978. - You in trouble now, son.
- 979. I done paid $500 for you.
- 980. When I pay $500, then I expect
to get five fights out of a nigger
- 981. - 'fore he roll over and play dead.
- 982. You got to understand
that I'm runnin' a business here.
- 983. - You fought three fights.
- But I won every one.
- 984. Yes, you did. Yes, you did.
- 985. But that last one, you muddled the line
between winnin' and losin'.
- 986. Yessir.
- 987. Still, the fact remains:
- 988. I pay $500, I want five goddamn fights!
- 989. So what about my $500, huh?
- 990. What about my $500?
- 991. You gonna reimburse me?
- 992. You even know what "reimburse" means?
- 993. - Huh?
- 994. I'll reimburse you!
- 995. You will?
- 996. Yep.
- 997. You'll pay $500
- 998. for practically a one-eyed old Joe
ain't fit to push a broom?
- 999. No, he won't.
- 1000. He just tired of you
toyin' with him is all.
- 1001. Matter of fact, so am I.
- 1002. But we ain't payin' a penny
for that pickaninny.
- 1003. Ain't got no use for him.
Ain't that right, doc?
- 1004. You heard him.
- 1005. You're gonna have to excuse
Mr. Stonesipher's slack-jawed gaze.
- 1006. He ain't never seen a
nigger like you ever in his life.
- 1007. Ain't that right, Mr. Stonesipher?
- 1008. That right.
- 1009. For that matter...
- 1010. nor have I.
- 1011. Now...
- 1012. seein' as you won't pay a penny
for this pickaninny here...
- 1013. you won't mind me handlin'
this nigger any way I see fit?
- 1014. He's your nigger.
- 1015. Mr. Stonesipher?
- 1016. Let Marsha and her bitches
send D'Artagnan to nigger heaven.
- 1017. - Marsha! Marsha, hey, get him!
- 1018. Get 'im, get 'im!
- 1019. - Yeah!
- 1020. Whoo-ee!
- 1021. Your boss looks a little
green around the gills
- 1022. for a blood sport like nigger fighting.
- 1023. Nah, he just ain't used to seein'
a man ripped apart by dogs is all.
- 1024. Hm.
- 1025. You are used to it?
- 1026. I'm just a little more
used to Americans than he is.
- 1027. - Hm.
- Now, Monsieur Candie...
- 1028. whenever you're ready.
- 1029. We rode five hours
so you could show off your stock.
- 1030. Let's get to it.
- 1031. 'Cause as of now,
if he's an example, I ain't impressed.
- 1032. Follow me.
- 1033. Line 'em up to the left here now, boy.
- 1034. Stand up straight, now!
- 1035. Get up there.
- 1036. Get up there, boy. Come on.
- 1037. Give me a line! Give me a line!
- 1038. Get in line there! Straighten up!
- 1039. Hello! Stephen, my boy!
- 1040. Yeah, yeah, yeah.
Hello, my ass.
- 1041. Who this nigger up on that nag?
- 1042. Stephen, you have nails for breakfast?
What's-a matter? Why you so ornery?
- 1043. - You miss me, huh?
- Oh, yessir.
- 1044. I miss you like a hog miss slop!
- 1045. - Like a baby miss mammy's titty.
- 1046. I miss you like I misses
a rock in my shoe.
- 1047. Now, I axed you:
Who this nigger on that nag?
- 1048. Hey, Snowball?
- 1049. Wanna know my name or
the name of my horse, you ask me.
- 1050. Just who the hell you callin'
"Snowball," horse boy?
- 1051. I'll snatch your
black ass off that nag there
- 1052. - and in the mud so fast...
- Whoa, whoa, whoa!
- 1053. - ... make your head spin.
- Stephen, Stephen, Stephen.
- 1054. Let's keep it funny.
Django here's a free man.
- 1055. - This nigger here?
- That nigger there.
- 1056. Let me at least
introduce the two of you.
- 1057. Django, this is another cheeky
black bugger like yourself, Stephen.
- 1058. Stephen, this here's Django.
You two oughta hate each other.
- 1059. Calvin, just who the hell is this nigger
you feels the need to entertain?
- 1060. Django and his friend in gray here,
Dr. Schultz, are customers.
- 1061. And they are our guests, Stephen.
- 1062. And you, you old decrepit bastard,
oughta show them every hospitality.
- 1063. - You understand that?
- Yessir. Him I understand.
- 1064. But I don't know why
I got to take lip off this nigger.
- 1065. You don't have to know why.
Do you understand?
- 1066. Yessir. I understand.
- 1067. Well, good.
They're spendin' the night.
- 1068. Go up in the guest bedrooms
and get two ready.
- 1069. He gonna stay in The Big House?
- 1070. Stephen, he's a slaver.
- 1071. - In The Big House?
- Well, you got a problem with that?
- 1072. Oh, no.
I ain't got no problem with it,
- 1073. if you ain't got no problem
with burnin' the bed, the sheets,
- 1074. the pillowcases, everything else when
this black-ass motherfucker's gone!
- 1075. That is my problem!
They are mine to burn!
- 1076. Now your problem right now
is makin' a good impression!
- 1077. And I want you to start solvin'
that problem right now
- 1078. and get them goddamn rooms ready!
- 1079. Yessir, Monsieur Candie.
- 1080. Go on, now.
- 1081. Can't believe you brought
a nigger to stay in The Big House.
- 1082. Your daddy rollin' over
in his goddamned grave.
- 1083. Man, the lip on him. Whoo!
He's gettin' worse and worse.
- 1084. Now...
- 1085. Where is my beautiful sister?
- 1086. There she is!
- 1087. Dr. Schultz, this attractive
Southern belle is my widowed sister.
- 1088. Darlin', you are a tonic for tired eyes.
- 1089. May I present to you
Lara Lee Candie-Fitzwilly.
- 1090. Chester, Rodney, Chicken Charly.
Y'all get your ass over by that pen.
- 1091. - Come on, Charly. Come on, now!
- Let's go.
- 1092. You know where it is.
- 1093. Like you on a rope!
- 1094. Niggers don't walk around here,
- 1095. - Monsieur Candie?
- 1096. Yeah. About that matter about the
nigger girl you were talking about?
- 1097. Nigger gal?
- 1098. Yeah, I believe you mentioned
she spoke German.
- 1099. Ah, yes! Hildi, what about her?
- 1100. Do you think before the demonstration,
you could send her around to my room?
- 1101. You little dickens, you.
I don't see why not.
- 1102. Stephen, when you get through showin'
them to their rooms, go fetch Hildi,
- 1103. get her cleaned up
and smellin' real nice,
- 1104. and sent over to
Dr. Schultz's room here.
- 1105. Actually, Monsieur Candie, sir,
- 1106. there's-a somethin'
I ain't told you 'bout yet.
- 1107. - What?
Uh, Hildi in the Hot Box.
- 1108. What's she doin' there?
- 1109. What you think she
doin' there in the Hot Box?
- 1110. She bein' punished.
- 1111. - What she do?
- She run off again.
- 1112. Jesus Christ, Stephen, how many people
ran away while I was gone?
- 1113. - Two.
- When did she go?
- 1114. Last night.
They brung her back this morning.
- 1115. How bad did Stonesipher's dogs
tear her up?
- 1116. Lucky for her,
they was out chasin' D'Artagnan's ass.
- 1117. Bill and Cody went lookin' for her,
found her, brung her back.
- 1118. Now, she a little beat-up.
But she done that to her own damn self
- 1119. runnin' through them
damn bushes and shit.
- 1120. How long she been in the box?
- 1121. How long you think
she been in there? All damn day.
- 1122. And the little bitch
got ten more days to be in there.
- 1123. - Still, take her out.
- Take her out? Why?
- 1124. Because I said so, that's why.
Dr. Schultz is my guest.
- 1125. Hildi is my nigger.
- 1126. Southern hospitality dictates
I make her available to him.
- 1127. - But, Monsieur Candie, she run off.
- Jesus Christ, Stephen.
- 1128. What is the point of havin'
a nigger that speaks German
- 1129. if you can't wheel 'em out
when you have a German guest?
- 1130. Now, I realize it is inconvenient,
but still, you take her ass out.
- 1131. Yessir.
- 1132. Lara Lee!
Will you and Cora be responsible
- 1133. for gettin' Hildi cleaned up
and presentable for Dr. Schultz here.
- 1134. Of course, darlin'.
- 1135. Now, gentlemen, I do apologize, but I am
weary from our travels beyond words.
- 1136. It is time for me to rest my tired eyes.
- 1137. Y'all done heard the man!
Get her ass up outta there!
- 1138. Cora! Come here!
- 1139. Get over there and get her cleaned up,
bring her back over here to Dr...
- 1140. - What he say your name is? Shoots?
- 1141. Schultz. Get her back over here.
Hurry up, girl.
- 1142. - Yessir.
- 1143. Come on, girl. Stand up.
- 1144. Is you comin' with me or is you gonna
sleep in that little box over yonder?
- 1145. Hello, ladies.
- 1146. Dr. Schultz.
May I introduce to you Broomhilda?
- 1147. Hildi, this is Dr. Schultz.
- 1148. It's a pleasure to meet you, Broomhilda.
- 1149. I've heard a lot of
good things about you.
- 1150. Well, it's not every nigger
speaks German, don't ya know.
- 1151. As I look at you now, Broomhilda,
- 1152. I can see all the passions you inspire
are completely justified.
- 1153. The doctor here speaks German.
- 1154. And I've been informed you do as well?
- 1155. Go ahead, girl.
Speak a little German.
- 1156. Ha!
- 1157. Astonishing.
- 1158. - And I shall bring you...
- Much obliged.
- 1159. Ja.
- 1160. Don't be afraid.
- 1161. Hm. Pardon.
- 1162. Danke.
- 1163. Hey, Little Trouble Maker.
- 1164. You silver-tongued devil, you.
- 1165. - Hurry up, girl.
- These ready, Miss Cora.
- 1166. No, no, no, they drinkin' tonight.
- 1167. Go downstairs, get the big jug with the
red stuff Monsieur Candie like, hear?
- 1168. - Get your big pretty ass out the way.
- You know you like it.
- 1169. That's 'cause
you knows what I like.
- 1170. Ooh!
Come on with these biscuits, girl.
- 1171. Look, Monsieur Candie, they were
all fine specimens, no doubt about it.
- 1172. But the best three by far were Samson...
- 1173. - What's that other one's name?
- 1174. Goldie. And Eskimo Joe.
- 1175. By the way, why is he called Eskimo Joe?
- 1176. You never know how
these nigger nicknames get started.
- 1177. His name was Joe, maybe one day
he said he was cold. Who knows?
- 1178. Well, regardless, Samson's your best.
We all know that.
- 1179. You will never sell him,
and I can see why. He's a champion.
- 1180. Hm-hm.
All three are champions.
- 1181. Samson's the champion.
- 1182. Them other two pretty good.
- 1183. Calvin, now what's
this nigger you let...
- 1184. It's all right.
- 1185. You have to understand,
- 1186. while admittedly a neophyte
in the nigger fight game,
- 1187. I do have a little bit of a background
in the European traveling circus.
- 1188. Is that right?
- 1189. Hence, I have big ideas
when it comes to presentation.
- 1190. Hm.
- 1191. I need something more
than just a big nigger.
- 1192. Yeah, he needs to have panache.
- 1193. - Need to have what? What?
- Panache. Uh...
- 1194. - A sense of showmanship.
- Showmanship, yes.
- 1195. I want to be able to bill hirn
as The Black Hercules.
- 1196. The Black Hercules,
isn't that clever?
- 1197. More like Nigger-les.
- 1198. I said, and I quote:
"I would pay top dollar for...
- 1199. 'the right nigger."'
- 1200. Now I'm not saying that Eskimo Joe
is the wrong nigger, per se.
- 1201. But is he right as rain?
- 1202. Oh, Dr. Schultz,
- 1203. I will have you know there
is no one in the nigger fight game
- 1204. that appreciates
the value of showmanship
- 1205. more than Monsieur
Calvin J. Candie here.
- 1206. Nobody.
- 1207. But one must not forget
the most important thing
- 1208. - in the nigger fight game.
- 1209. And that is a nigger
that can win fights.
- 1210. Hm-mm.
- 1211. Now that should be your first, second,
third, fourth, and fifth concern.
- 1212. Now, after you have that,
and you know you have that,
- 1213. then you can start
to implement a grand design.
- 1214. In other words, first thing is first.
- 1215. First thing's first.
- 1216. Ooh! I see you two gettin' on.
- 1217. Famously.
- 1218. Oh, Monsieur Candie,
you can't imagine what it's like
- 1219. not to hear your
native tongue in four years.
- 1220. Well, hell,
I can't imagine two weeks in Boston.
- 1221. Two weeks in Boston!
- 1222. - Monsieur Candie, you a mess!
- 1223. Two weeks in Boston!
- 1224. I can't express the joy I felt
conversing in my mother tongue.
- 1225. And Hildi is a charming
- 1226. Well, be careful now,
- 1227. You might-a caught yourself
- 1228. - a little dose of nigger love.
- 1229. Nigger love's
a powerful emotion, boy.
- 1230. - Hm!
- It's like a pool of black tar.
- 1231. Once it catches your ass, you're caught.
- 1232. Yessir, you stuck.
- 1233. I don't know, doctor.
- 1234. You can lay on all the
German sweet talk you want,
- 1235. but it looks like this pony's
got big eyes for Django.
- 1236. Well, naturally.
- 1237. It is the soaring eagle
that attracts her attention,
- 1238. - not the plucked chicken.
- 1239. Dr. Schultz, don't be
so down on yourself.
- 1240. You are quite the dapper
- 1241. You got to clean these dishes,
- 1242. you got to put your elbow
in these dishes, you hear me?
- 1243. You know that nigger, don't you?
- 1244. - Who?
- 1245. Don't "who" me, bitch.
You know who I'm talkin' about.
- 1246. At the table?
- 1247. I don't know him.
- 1248. - You don't know him.
- 1249. - "No," what?
- No, sir.
- 1250. You wouldn't lie to me, now, would you?
- 1251. OK.
- 1252. Yeah. If you say so.
- 1253. Eskimo Joe's a quality nigger,
no doubt about it.
- 1254. But if it was my money,
I wouldn't pay no $12,000 for him.
- 1255. What would your price be?
- 1256. Well, if I was inclined
to be generous...
- 1257. and I don't know why
I would be inclined to be generous...
- 1258. 9,000. Maybe.
- 1259. Dr. Schultz, let me reclarify how
this whole negotiation came about.
- 1260. You see, it wasn't me
who came to you to sell a nigger.
- 1261. Sure wasn't.
- 1262. It was you who approached me to buy one.
- 1263. - Sure was.
- Now, that $9,000 figure
- 1264. Bright Boy's been bandyin' about,
that ain't too far off from right.
- 1265. And if I wanted to sell
Eskimo Joe for that,
- 1266. - I could do so any day of the week.
- Any day.
- 1267. But, like you said in Greenville,
doctor... I don't want to sell him.
- 1268. It was only your ridiculous
offer of $12,000
- 1269. - that made me even consider it.
- 1270. You know, Monsieur Candie,
you do possess the power of persuasion.
- 1271. Why not?
Monsieur Candie, you have a deal.
- 1272. - Eskimo Joe, $12,000.
- 1273. Hooray.
And a wise decision that is.
- 1274. However, that is
a tremendous amount of money.
- 1275. And the way you have
your Mr. Moguy, I have a lawyer.
- 1276. Persnickety man named Tuttle.
- 1277. And I would need my Mr. Tuttle
to draw up a legal contract
- 1278. before I'd feel comfortable exchanging
that amount of money for flesh.
- 1279. Hm-mm.
- 1280. Not to mention having
Eskimo Joe examined
- 1281. - by a physician of my choosing.
- 1282. So, say I return in about...
- 1283. - ... five days time.
- Five days?
- 1284. With my Mr. Tuttle.
- 1285. And then my Mr. Tuttle
and your Mr. Moguy
- 1286. can hash out the finer
details between themselves.
- 1287. I say splendid, doctor. Splendid.
- 1288. Gentlemen...
- 1289. may I propose a toast.
- 1290. To Eskimo Joe.
Or shall we call him The Black Hercules?
- 1291. - To The Black Hercules.
- 1292. The Black Hercules.
- 1293. To The Black Hercules.
- 1294. You was right, doctor.
That name do have pan-ass.
- 1295. Hm.
- 1296. Hildi, top my drink off.
- 1297. So, Hildi, how you like servin'
at the big table in The Big House, huh?
- 1298. When Monsieur Candie talk to you,
- 1299. - I like it a lot, Monsieur Candie.
- 1300. It's a lot better than sizzlin'
in that Hot Box or draggin' your ass
- 1301. through a bramble bush.
- 1302. But maybe it's not quite as much fun as
gettin' to pleasure all them Mandingos,
- 1303. - huh, sugar bear?
- Oh, Lord, she like them niggers.
- 1304. - Sure do.
- Like Samson? Huh?
- 1305. No, sir.
- 1306. You know, Monsieur Candie,
- 1307. the doctor here might be interested
in seein' Hildi's peeled back,
- 1308. seein' as how they don't have
many niggers where he come from.
- 1309. Dr. Schultz,
when you was alone with Hildi, here,
- 1310. did you just speak German
or did you get to take her clothes off?
- 1311. No, we just talked and...
- 1312. Oh, so you
haven't seen her back?
- 1313. - I haven't...
- No, no, no, no.
- 1314. Stephen's right,
you might find this interesting.
- 1315. Hildi, go on, take off your dress.
Show Dr. Schultz your back here.
- 1316. - Go on.
- Uh, Calvin.
- 1317. I just got her all dressed up
and lookin' nice.
- 1318. But, Lara Lee,
Dr. Schultz is from Dusseldorf.
- 1319. They don't got niggers there.
He is a man of medicine.
- 1320. I'm sure it would fascinate him,
the niggers' endurance for pain.
- 1321. These niggers are tough,
Dr. Schultz, no doubt about it.
- 1322. Hildi's got somethin'
like four lashes on her back.
- 1323. Lara Lee just get one,
she'd lose her goddamn mind.
- 1324. - Sure would.
- Look at that, doctor.
- 1325. - It's like a paintin'. Look at that.
- 1326. We are eating. Ain't no one wanna
look at her whipped up back.
- 1327. - Fine. Fine, fine, fine, fine.
- 1328. After dinner, then, Stephen.
- 1329. During the brandies, gentlemen, hm?
- 1330. Cora, come get this girl!
- 1331. - She a mess.
- Yes, ma'am. Oh!
- 1332. Why are you all undone?
I just got you done up.
- 1333. Come on in here.
- 1334. Baby, you on Stephen bad side,
and you need to be on his blind side.
- 1335. You say you ain't know him.
- 1336. Huh?
- 1337. I said, you said you ain't know him.
- 1338. - I don't.
- Yes, you do.
- 1339. Mr. Stephen...
- 1340. I don't.
- 1341. Why is you lying to me?
- 1342. I ain't.
- 1343. Then why is you crying?
- 1344. You scarin' me.
- 1345. - Why is I'm scaring you?
- Because you scary.
- 1346. To speak German
this afternoon with Hildi
- 1347. was positively soul-enriching.
- 1348. Doctor,
that warms my heart to hear that.
- 1349. You stay right here.
- 1350. You indicated earlier
you'd be willing to part with Hildi.
- 1351. Why, yes.
Yessiree bob, I did.
- 1352. In that case, allow me
to propose another proposition.
- 1353. I'm all ears.
- 1354. Hurry up, goddamn it!
- 1355. - Monsieur Candie...
- 1356. You just interrupted Dr. Schultz here.
- 1357. I'm sorry, Dr. Schultz.
- 1358. My ears ain't worth a damn these days.
- 1359. Excuse him.
- 1360. Monsieur Candie, could I get
a word with you in the kitchen?
- 1361. You mean get up out of my chair?
- 1362. - If'n you could manage it.
- 1363. - It's about dessert.
- What about dessert?
- 1364. I'd rather discuss that in private.
- 1365. We're having white cake!
- 1366. What sort of melodrama
could be brewing back there?
- 1367. You right, Monsieur Candie.
You right. I'll handle it myself.
- 1368. Meet me in the library.
- 1369. I just can't understand why you
won't come talk to these niggers.
- 1370. Shit get fucked up around here,
you blame me.
- 1371. Fine! Fine. Friend Stephen,
I will be along momentarily.
- 1372. Yessir.
- 1373. Well, gentlemen, as you can see,
- 1374. talented as they are,
no doubt, in the kitchen,
- 1375. from time to time,
adult supervision is required.
- 1376. If you'll excuse me a moment.
- 1377. You may clear
the dinner service.
- 1378. You heard him. Go on!
Get! Hurry up, girl.
- 1379. So, Dr. Schultz, why don't you
regale us with a tale of the circus.
- 1380. The circus?
- 1381. What is the matter?
- 1382. Them motherfuckers
ain't hereto buy no Mandingos.
- 1383. - They wants that girl.
- 1384. Stephen, what the hell
are you talking about? Hm?
- 1385. They playing your ass for a fool
is what I'm talking about.
- 1386. They ain't here for
no musclebound Jimmie.
- 1387. They here for that girl.
- 1388. Wh... What girl? Hildi?
- 1389. Yeah, Hildi. Her and Django,
them niggers know each other.
- 1390. He just bought Eskimo Joe.
- 1391. - Did he give you any money?
- No! Not yet. But...
- 1392. Then he ain't bought diddly.
Not yet, nohow.
- 1393. But he's just about to buy
- 1394. who he come here to buy
when I interrupted him.
- 1395. "Thank you, Stephen."
You're welcome, Calvin.
- 1396. Where you gettin' all this?
- 1397. Why would they go through
all that trouble for a nigger
- 1398. with a chewed up back,
ain't worth $300?
- 1399. They doin' it 'cause that nigger
Django's in love with Hildi.
- 1400. She probably his wife.
- 1401. Now, why that German gives a fuck
who that uppity son of a bitch
- 1402. is in love with,
I'm sure I don't know.
- 1403. If she's who they want...
- 1404. why this whole snake oil pitch
about Mandingos, then?
- 1405. You wouldn't pay no
never mind to no $300.
- 1406. But that 12,000? That made you
real friendly, now, didn't it?
- 1407. Yes, it did.
- 1408. His Wife, huh?
- 1409. If it had been a snake,
it would have bit me.
- 1410. Those lying...
- 1411. goddamn time-wastin'
sons of bitches.
- 1412. Sons of bitches!
- 1413. out of New Orleans, so I have quite
a bit of practice with theater types.
- 1414. Oh, there you are.
- 1415. I was beginning to think that you
and that old crow run off together.
- 1416. That'd be a hell of a note, wouldn't it?
- 1417. Lara Lee, I was just
looking out the big window.
- 1418. Billy Crash is out there
dealing with some shady slaver
- 1419. trying to sell a passel of ponies.
- 1420. Would you be a dear, go out there
and give them gals an eyeball? Hm?
- 1421. - Of course, brother.
- Thank you, darling.
- 1422. - Yeah. Business never sleeps.
- 1423. Apropos, before your exit,
- 1424. we were discussing the possibility
of my purchasing Broomhilda.
- 1425. Ah, yes. Yes, we were, doctor.
- 1426. And we will again. In a moment.
- 1427. Who's your little friend?
- 1428. This is Ben.
- 1429. He's a old Joe that
lived around here for a long time.
- 1430. And I do mean a long damn time.
- 1431. Old Ben here took care of my daddy...
- 1432. and my daddy's daddy.
- 1433. Till he up and keeled over one day...
- 1434. Old Ben took care of me.
- 1435. Growing up the son of a huge
plantation owner in Mississippi
- 1436. puts a white man in contact
with a whole lotta black faces.
- 1437. I spent my whole life here,
right here in Candyland...
- 1438. surrounded by black faces.
- 1439. Now, seeing them every day,
day in, day out,
- 1440. I only had one question:
- 1441. - Why don't they kill us?
- 1442. Now, right out there on that porch,
three times a week for 50 years,
- 1443. Old Ben here would
shave my daddy with a straight razor.
- 1444. Now, if I was Old Ben, I woulda
cut my daddy's goddamn throat
- 1445. and it wouldn't have taken me
no 50 years to do it, neither.
- 1446. But he never did.
- 1447. Why not?
- 1448. You see, the science of phrenology
- 1449. is crucial to understanding
the separation of our two species.
- 1450. In the skull of the African here,
- 1451. the area associated
- 1452. is larger than any human or any other
subhuman species on planet Earth.
- 1453. If you examine...
- 1454. this piece of skull here...
- 1455. you will notice
three distinct dimples.
- 1456. Here, here and here.
- 1457. Now...
- 1458. if I was holding the skull
of an Isaac Newton or Galileo,
- 1459. these three dimples would be
found in the area of the skull
- 1460. most associated with... creativity.
- 1461. But this is the skull of Old Ben.
- 1462. And in the skull of Old Ben,
- 1463. unburdened by genius,
- 1464. these three dimples exist in the area
of the skull most associated with...
- 1465. servility.
- 1466. Now, Bright Boy...
- 1467. I will admit you are pretty clever.
- 1468. But if I took this hammer here...
- 1469. and I bashed in your skull with it...
- 1470. you would have the same
three dimples in the same place...
- 1471. as Old Ben.
- 1472. Hey! Now lay your palms
flat on that tabletop!
- 1473. If you lift those palms
off that turtle shell tabletop,
- 1474. Mr. Pooch is gonna let loose
with both barrels of that sawed-off.
- 1475. There have been a lot of lies said
around this dinner table here tonight,
- 1476. but that you can believe!
- 1477. Mr. Moguy, would you be
so kind as to collect the pistol
- 1478. hanging off these boys' hips here?
- 1479. - Thank you ever so much.
- 1480. Where were we?
- 1481. Jackass.
- 1482. Ah, yes.
- 1483. I do believe you were
just getting ready to make me
- 1484. a proposition to buy Broomhilda.
- 1485. Am I right?
- 1486. Right.
- 1487. Bring Out Hildi!
- 1488. Get over there yonder.
- 1489. - Sit your ass in that goddamn...
- 1490. Lay your hand
flat on that tabletop.
- 1491. Now shut your mouth!
- 1492. Dr. Schultz, in Greenville,
- 1493. you yourself said that
for the right nigger
- 1494. you'd be willin' to pay what some
may consider is a ridiculous amount.
- 1495. To which me myself said,
"What is your definition of ridiculous?"
- 1496. To which you said, "$12,000."
- 1497. - Now, considering y'all
- 1498. have ridden a whole lot of miles,
- 1499. went through a whole lot of trouble,
and done spread a whole lot of bull
- 1500. to purchase this
lovely lady right here,
- 1501. it would appear that Broomhilda is,
in fact... the right nigger.
- 1502. And if y'all want to leave
Candyland with Broomhilda,
- 1503. the price is $12,000.
- 1504. And I take it you prefer the "take it
or leave it" style of negotiation?
- 1505. Yes, I do, doctor.
- 1506. You see,
under the laws of Chickasaw County,
- 1507. Broomhilda here is my property.
- 1508. And I can choose to do with
my property whatever I so desire!
- 1509. And if y'all think my price...
- 1510. for this nigger here
is too steep...
- 1511. - ... what I'm gonna desire to do is...
- 1512. take this goddamn hammer here
and beat her ass to death with it!
- 1513. - Right in front of both y'all!
- Easy, big fella.
- 1514. Then we can examine the three dimples
inside Broomhilda's skull!
- 1515. Now, what's it gonna be, doc?
- 1516. - What's it gonna be?
- 1517. May I lift the hands off the tabletop
in order to remove my billfold?
- 1518. Yes, you may.
- 1519. That 12.
- 1520. - Sold!
- 1521. To the man with the exceptional beard
- 1522. and his unexceptional nigger.
- 1523. - Mr. Moguy.
- Yes, Calvin?
- 1524. Will you make these gentlemen
a receipt for $12,000, please?
- 1525. $12,000.
- 1526. It was a pleasure doing
business with y'all.
- 1527. Now, gentlemen...
- 1528. if you care to
join me in the parlor...
- 1529. we will be serving white cake.
- 1530. Well done, Calvin.
- 1531. Excuse me.
Excuse me, ma'am?
- 1532. Could you please stop playing Beethoven?
Take your hands off the harp!
- 1533. Doctor!
- 1534. - Doctor, you can't go in there!
- Stephen, Stephen.
- 1535. He ain't got no business
going in there.
- 1536. Let it be.
- 1537. He's just a little upset, that's all.
- 1538. I'll handle this.
- 1539. White cake?
- 1540. I don't go in for sweets, thank you.
- 1541. Hm.
- 1542. You brooding about me
getting the best of you, huh?
- 1543. Actually, I was thinking of that
poor devil you fed to the dogs today.
- 1544. D'Artagnan.
- 1545. And I was wondering What
Dumas would make of all this.
- 1546. Come again?
- 1547. Alexandre Dumas.
He wrote The Three Musketeers.
- 1548. Yes, of course, doctor.
- 1549. I figured you must be an admirer.
- 1550. You named your slave
after his novel's lead character.
- 1551. Now, if Alexandre Dumas
had been there today,
- 1552. I wonder what
he would have made of it.
- 1553. You doubt he'd approve, huh?
- 1554. Yes. His approval would be
a dubious proposition at best.
- 1555. Soft-hearted Frenchie.
- 1556. Alexandre Dumas is black.
- 1557. - Are these Broomhilda's papers?
- Yes, they are.
- 1558. - May I?
- Of course.
- 1559. Thank you.
- 1560. That is her bill of sale,
her ownership history,
- 1561. and, of course,
her freedom papers, doctor.
- 1562. Would you have ink and pen for me?
- 1563. - Right over there on that little table.
- Thank you.
- 1564. Thank you.
- 1565. Broomhilda Von Shaft...
- 1566. consider yourself a free woman.
- 1567. Mr. Candie...
- 1568. normally,
I would say auf Wiedersehen.
- 1569. But since what auf Wiedersehen actually
means is "till I see you again"
- 1570. and since I never
wish to see you again,
- 1571. to you, sir... I say, "goodbye."
- 1572. Let's go.
- 1573. Come on.
- 1574. One more moment, doctor!
- 1575. What?
- 1576. It's a custom here in the South...
- 1577. once a business deal is concluded
that the two parties shake hands.
- 1578. It implies good faith.
- 1579. - I'm not from the South.
- But you are...
- 1580. in my house, doctor.
- 1581. - So I'm afraid I must insist.
- 1582. On what?
That I shake your hand?
- 1583. Oh, then I'm afraid
I must insist in the opposite direction.
- 1584. - You know what I think you are?
- What you think I am?
- 1585. No, I don't.
- 1586. - I think you are a bad loser.
- And I think you're an abysmal winner.
- 1587. Nevertheless, here in Chickasaw
County, a deal ain't done
- 1588. until the two parties
have shook hands.
- 1589. Even after all that paper signin',
don't mean shit...
- 1590. you don't shake my hand.
- 1591. If I don't shake your hand,
you're gonna throw away $12,000?
- 1592. I don't think so.
- 1593. Mr. Pooch?
- 1594. If she tries to leave here before this
nigger-loving German shakes my hand,
- 1595. you cut her ass down.
- 1596. You really want me to shake your hand?
- 1597. I insist.
- 1598. If you insist.
- 1599. No! Calvin!
- 1600. Calvin!
- 1601. I'm sorry. I couldn't resist.
- 1602. Nigger's gone crazy! Help!
- 1603. - Help, he's killing everyone!
- 1604. Ah!
- 1605. Holy...!
- 1606. Shit! Son of a bitch!
- 1607. Damn it! Fuckin'...!
- 1608. - Get the...!
- 1609. Damn it, son of a bitch!
- 1610. What...? Fucking...
- 1611. Goddamn it!
- 1612. - What the fuck is going on?
- 1613. You shot me!
- 1614. - You stupid son of a bitch!
- Sorry, Jessie!
- 1615. Who the fuck gave a nigger
a goddamn gun?
- 1616. Aim low!
- 1617. Nigger! Gonna kill...!
- 1618. God! Oh, my God!
- 1619. Motherfucker!
- 1620. Shit!
- 1621. Shit.
- 1622. Hold your fire!
- 1623. Hold your fire!
- 1624. Stop shootin', goddamn it!
- 1625. Django!
- 1626. What?
- 1627. We got your woman!
- 1628. Billy Crash here got his pistol
upside her head.
- 1629. - You don't stop all that carrying on,
- 1630. - he gonna blow her goddamn brains out.
- 1631. And that ain't no threat, horse boy.
That there is a promise.
- 1632. Or...
- 1633. you can give up,
throw your gun out...
- 1634. - ... we won't kill Hildi.
- 1635. Honest Injun, Django.
I swear 'fore God.
- 1636. You give up,
ain't no harm gonna come to her.
- 1637. And I'm supposed to believe
your black ass?
- 1638. Personally, I don't give a good goddamn
what you believe or don't believe!
- 1639. I believe if you don't
give up in the next ten seconds,
- 1640. we gonna blow this bitch's brains out!
- 1641. Don't do it.
You give me up.
- 1642. - Six!
- Just let me go.
- 1643. - Seven!
- They got too much.
- 1644. - Django.
- 1645. - I love you.
- 1646. - Hold it!
- 1647. I give up.
- 1648. I can't hear you, nigger.
- 1649. I said I give up!
- 1650. No!
- 1651. No!
- 1652. Cock-a-doodle-do, nigger.
- 1653. So y'all bounty hunters, huh?
- 1654. I knew there was something
fishy about y'all.
- 1655. We found your wanted posters...
- 1656. and book of figures
in your saddlebags.
- 1657. I got to say...
- 1658. I ain't never heard of
no black bounty hunter before.
- 1659. Black boy paid to kill white men?
How'd you like that line of work?
- 1660. Probably pretty good while it lasted,
- 1661. Time to say good night
to them nuts, blackie.
- 1662. - On three. One...
- 1663. - I got you. Two...
- 1664. - Calm down, now, here it comes.
- 1665. - Captain?
- 1666. Miss Lara want to see you.
- 1667. Something to do
with the Old Man's funeral.
- 1668. Oh, and she changed her mind
'bout snipping Django.
- 1669. She gonna give him
to the LeQuint Dickey people.
- 1670. Well, she didn't
waste a minute telling me.
- 1671. How disappointing.
- 1672. You leavin'.
- 1673. This here what you take with you.
- 1674. Your black ass has been all them
motherfuckers at The Big House
- 1675. could talk about
for the last few hours.
- 1676. Seem like white folk ain't never
had a bright idea in they life
- 1677. was coming up with all
kinds of ways to kill your ass.
- 1678. Now, mind you, most of them ideas had
to do with fuckin' with your fun parts.
- 1679. Now, that may seem like a good idea,
but truth is...
- 1680. when you snip a nigger's nuts,
- 1681. most of them bleed out in,
oh, about, hm... seven minutes.
- 1682. Most of 'em.
- 1683. Well, more than most.
- 1684. Then I says: "Shitfire."
- 1685. "The niggers we sell to LeQuint Dickey
got it worse than that."
- 1686. And they still sayin',
"Let's whip him to death."
- 1687. Or "Throw him to the Mandingos."
"Feed him to Stonesipher's dogs."
- 1688. And I said,
"What's so special about that?"
- 1689. "We do that shit all the time."
- 1690. "Hell's bells, the niggers we sell to
LeQuint Dickey got it worse than that."
- 1691. Lo and behold,
- 1692. out of nowhere, Miss Lara
come up with the bright idea
- 1693. of giving your ass to the
LeQuint Dickey Mining Company.
- 1694. And as a slave of the
LeQuint Dickey Mining Company,
- 1695. henceforth, till the day you die,
- 1696. all day, every day,
- 1697. you will be swinging
- 1698. turning big rocks into little rocks.
- 1699. Now, when you get there,
they gonna take away your name,
- 1700. give you a number
and a sledgehammer,
- 1701. and say, "Get to work!"
- 1702. One word of sass,
they cuts out your tongue.
- 1703. And they good at it too.
You won't bleed out.
- 1704. Oh, they does that real good.
- 1705. They gonna work ya.
- 1706. All day, every day,
till your back give out.
- 1707. Then they're gonna hit you
in the head with a hammer,
- 1708. throw your ass down the nigger hole.
- 1709. And that will be the story of you,
- 1710. And what's
the golden rule, Frankie, eh?
- 1711. You don't root abos.
- 1712. Hey, white boy.
- 1713. I said, hey, white boy.
- 1714. Shut up, black. You ain't got
nothing to say I want to hear.
- 1715. How'd you like to make $11,000?
- 1716. Do what, now?
- 1717. I said how'd you like to make $11,000?
- 1718. What the fuck are you talking about?
- 1719. Back there at that plantation,
Candyland, there was an $11,500 fortune,
- 1720. just sittin' there.
And y'all rode right past it.
- 1721. You be damned, blackie,
we're not bandits.
- 1722. I ain't saying that. Nice thing
about this fortune is it ain't illegal.
- 1723. You can't steal it.
- 1724. You got to earn it, white boy.
- 1725. You got something to say, mate,
you say it.
- 1726. The $11,500 fortune waitin'
for you back at Candyland
- 1727. is in the form of a
"Wanted Dead or Alive" bounty
- 1728. on Smitty Bacall and the Bacall Gang.
- 1729. Who the fuck is Smitty Bacall?
- 1730. Smitty Bacall is the leader of this
murderous gang of stagecoach robbers,
- 1731. the Bacall Gang.
- 1732. There's a $7,000
"Wanted Dead or Alive" bounty on him,
- 1733. $1,500 for each
of his three accomplices:
- 1734. Dandy Michaels, Gerald Nash,
- 1735. and Crazy Craig Koons.
- 1736. Now, all four of them gentlemen,
- 1737. they back there at Candyland
laughing their ass off.
- 1738. You know why?
'Cause they just got away with murder.
- 1739. But it ain't got to be that way.
- 1740. You and your mates, y'all can ride back
there and y'all can go get that money.
- 1741. What'd these jokers do again?
- 1742. These sons of bitches,
they killed innocent people.
- 1743. Stagecoach robbery.
Innocent white people.
- 1744. I got the handbill right here
in my pocket, if you let me get it.
- 1745. Get it out.
- 1746. "Wanted. Dead or alive. Smitty
Bacall and the Smitty Bacall Gang."
- 1747. But you're a slave.
- 1748. - I ain't no goddamn slave.
"... and stagecoach robbery."
- 1749. Do I sound like a fuckin' slave?
- 1750. "$7,000 for Smitty Bacall."
- 1751. That's a shitload.
- I'm a bounty hunter.
- 1752. Yesterday, as a free man,
- 1753. I rode into Candyland on a horse
with my German white partner,
- 1754. Dr. King Schultz.
- 1755. We tracked the Bacall Gang all the way
from Texas to Chickasaw County.
- 1756. We finally found their ass
layin' low in Candyland.
- 1757. We went in there to get 'em,
things went sour,
- 1758. my partner got killed,
Calvin Candie got shot,
- 1759. then everybody there
decided to blame me, so here I am.
- 1760. But y'all know I ain't on that manifest.
- 1761. And all y'all know
I ain't supposed to be on this trip.
- 1762. But them four men is still back there,
they're still wanted,
- 1763. and that 11,500 is up for grabs,
and the last thing they'd expect
- 1764. is y'all ridin' back in there
and gettin' it.
- 1765. What's the deal?
- 1766. You tell us who they are
and we turn you loose?
- 1767. No, no, no, no.
I ain't gonna tell you who they are.
- 1768. But, you give me a pistol,
one of them horses,
- 1769. and $500 of that 11,500,
and I'll point 'em out to you.
- 1770. This is a real handbill.
- 1771. Now just 'cause it's a real handbill
- 1772. doesn't mean that other
bunch of malarkey is.
- 1773. Now why would a slave have a "Wanted
Dead or Alive" handbill in his pocket?
- 1774. Did that black ride
into Candyland yesterday?
- 1775. All right, I'm gonna ask you again.
- 1776. I want you to remember,
I don't like liars.
- 1777. Is he a Candyland slave,
- 1778. or did he ride in with a white man
on a horse yesterday?
- 1779. Yeah. They walked us
from the Greenville auction,
- 1780. and he rode in on a horse
with a white man.
- 1781. Now this white man,
was the black his slave?
- 1782. He weren't no slave.
- 1783. - You fuckin' sure about that?
- Damn sure.
- 1784. - What happened over in Candyland?
- Bunch-a shootin'.
- 1785. Massa got shot.
- 1786. - Who shot him?
- The German.
- 1787. Why'd he do that?
- 1788. Nigger and the German was actin'
like they were slavers but they wasn't.
- 1789. - Well, what were they?
- Bounty hunters.
- 1790. Fuck me, Roy.
I mean, this could be big, mate.
- 1791. Well, smoke, you got a deal.
- 1792. - I got one more condition.
- What's that?
- 1793. When we get there, when time come...
- 1794. - ... you let me help you kill 'em.
- 1795. you're a funny bugger.
- 1796. - Cut him loose.
- Yeah, yeah.
- 1797. You got yourself a deal, blackie.
- 1798. You got yourself a deal, mate.
- 1799. Hey!
- 1800. You're all right for a black fella.
- 1801. Oh, yeah.
- 1802. There we go.
There you go, mate.
- 1803. Yeah.
- 1804. We're gonna give you
that packhorse over there.
- 1805. What them saddlebags got in 'em?
- 1806. - Dynamite.
- No. I ain't ridin' no horse
- 1807. with no goddamn dynamite on its back.
- 1808. I can understand that.
- 1809. Frankie, why don't you
take them sticks off that horse
- 1810. and stick 'em in the nigger cage.
- 1811. A little dynamite for you
black fellas to play with.
- 1812. Now, Floyd, you got that
rifle up on the wagon, don't ya?
- 1813. Yeah, right.
- 1814. Why don't you give him
your gun and gun belt?
- 1815. Righto.
- 1816. Now, don't drop the fuckin' thing,
- 1817. I've just had the sights fixed
and they're perfect.
- 1818. Oh, that's good to know.
- 1819. Throw me up that dynamite.
- 1820. - Jake!
- 1821. Get out there and see what's
wrong with them goddamn dogs!
- 1822. D'Artagnan, motherfuckers!
- 1823. - Hey!
- 1824. Auf Wiedersehen.
- 1825. It's me, baby.
- 1826. Would you prepare us some coffee?
- 1827. Sheba, you help her.
- 1828. Come on.
- 1829. Oh, y'all gonna be together with Calvin
in the by-and-by, all right.
- 1830. Just a bit sooner
than y'all was expectin'.
- 1831. Billy Crash.
- 1832. - Now, where were we?
- 1833. Oh, that's right.
- 1834. Last time I seen you,
you had your hands on my...
- 1835. D-jango!
You black son of a bitch!
- 1836. The D is silent, hillbilly.
- 1837. Oh, no!
- 1838. Now, all you black folks,
- 1839. I suggest you get away
from all these white folks.
- 1840. Not you, Stephen.
- 1841. You right where you belong.
- 1842. Cora, before you go,
will you tell Miss Lara goodbye?
- 1843. - Do what now?
- I said, "Tell Miss Lara goodbye."
- 1844. - Bye, Miss Lara.
- 1845. Y'all two run along now.
- 1846. Stephen, how you like my new duds?
- 1847. You know, before now I didn't know
that burgundy was my color.
- 1848. I count six shots, nigger.
- 1849. I count two guns, nigger.
- 1850. You said in 76 years on this plantation,
- 1851. you seen all manner-a shit
done to niggers.
- 1852. But I notice,
you didn't mention kneecappin'.
- 1853. Oh, God! Motherfucker! Damn it!
- 1854. - Seventy-six years, Stephen.
- 1855. How many niggers you think
you see come and go, huh?
- 1856. Seven thousand?
- 1857. Eight thousand?
- 1858. Nine thousand?
- 1859. Nine thousand, nine hundred
- 1860. Every single word that came
out of Calvin Candie's mouth
- 1861. was nothin' but horseshit.
- 1862. But he was right about one thing:
I am that one nigger in 10,000.
- 1863. You son of a bitch!
- 1864. You motherfucker!
- 1865. Oh, sweet Jesus,
let me kill this nigger!
- 1866. You ain't gonna get away with this,
- 1867. They gonna catch your black ass.
- 1868. You gonna be on the
wanted posters now, nigger.
- 1869. The bounty hunters
gonna be lookin' for you.
- 1870. You can run, nigger,
but they gonna find your ass!
- 1871. And when they do, oh, Lord,
what they gonna do to your ass!
- 1872. They ain't gonna just kill you, nigger!
- 1873. You done fucked up!
- 1874. This Candyland, nigger!
- 1875. You can't destroy Candyland!
- 1876. We been here!
There's always gonna be a Candyland!
- 1877. Can't no nigger gunfighter
kill all the white folks in the world!
- 1878. They gonna find your black ass!
- 1879. Django!
- 1880. You uppity son of a...
- 1881. Hey, Little Trouble Maker.
- 1882. Hey, Big Trouble Maker.
- 1883. You know what they are going to call
you? "The fastest gun in the South."
- 1884. Let's get outta here.
- 1885. Who was that nigger?