- 1. These hills here are full of Apaches.
They've burnt every ranch building in sight.
- 2. He had a brush with 'em last night.
Says they're bein' stirred up by Geronimo.
- 3. Geronimo?
How do we know he isn't lying?
- 4. Ah, he's a Cheyenne.
They hate Apaches worse than we do.
- 5. - Clear the wires to Lordsburg.
- 6. That's Lordsburg now, sir. They seem to have
something very urgent to tell you, sir.
- 7. - Well? Well, what's wrong?
- The line went dead, sir.
- 8. - What do you got there?
- Only the first word, sir.
- 9. "Geronimo."
- 10. Whoa! Whoa! Steady, whoa!
- 11. - Well, so long, Buck!
- Nice trip, Buck?
- 12. - Oh, so-so.
- Got the payroll for the mining company?
- 13. - Yes, sir. Right here in this box here.
- Good. Give me a lift here, Jim, will ya?
- 14. Jim, I'll pay ya that two bits
when I come through.
- 15. - Okay, partner.
- Hey, now, you kids get away from that wheel.
- 16. Well, sir, we run into
a little snow up there.
- 17. 'Tweren't bad, though, but you fellas
better prepare for a good frost.
- 18. Passenger out for Tonto.
- 19. You'd better get out and stretch your leg -
I mean, your limbs, ma'am.
- 20. We're gonna change horses here.
- 21. - Is there a place here where I can have a cup of tea?
- Well, yes, ma'am.
- 22. You can get a cup of coffee
at the hotel across the street there.
- 23. - Thank you, driver.
- Uh, you look a little peaked -
- 24. - I'll be all right, thank you.
- Yes, ma'am.
- 25. Why, Lucy Mallory.
- 26. Nancy.
- 27. - How are you, Captain Whitney?
- Fine, thanks, Mrs. Mallory.
- 28. Why, whatever are you doing
- 29. I'm joining Richard in Lordsburg.
He's there with his troops.
- 30. He's a lot nearer than that, Mrs. Mallory.
He's been ordered to Dry Fork.
- 31. That's the next stop for the stagecoach.
You'll be with your husband in a few hours.
- 32. Oh, I'm so glad to see you, Lucy.
- 33. Sit down, darling. We'll have a cup of coffee.
You must be tired from that long trip.
- 34. - Who is that gentleman?
- Hardly a gentleman, Mrs. Mallory.
- 35. I should think not.
He's a notorious gambler.
- 36. Hello, Mink! Hidee, Frank!
- 37. Well, Marshal, I'm looking for
my shotgun guard. Is he here?
- 38. Out with the posse, Buck,
trying to catch the Ringo Kid.
- 39. - Ringo? I thought Ringo was in the pen.
- He was.
- 40. Busted out?
Well, good for him.
- 41. My guess, the Kid's aimin' to get even
with them Plummer boys.
- 42. It was their testimony
sent him to the penitentiary.
- 43. Well, all I gotta say is that he'd better stay
away from that there Luke Plummer.
- 44. Why, gosh, Luke's run all of Ringo's friends
out of Lordsburg.
- 45. The last trip there, I seen him hit a rancher
on the head with the barrel of his gun...
- 46. and, well, he just laid it wide open
like a butchered steer.
- 47. - You seen Luke Plummer in Lordsburg?
- Yes, sirree.
- 48. Hmm.
- 49. You boys take care of the office
for a couple days.
- 50. I'm going to Lordsburg with Buck.
Gonna ride shotgun.
- 51. Oh, gosh, if I could learn
to keep my big mouth shut -
- 52. Here's the payroll, Mr. Gatewood.
- 53. Ever since I opened this bank,
I've been trying to tell those people...
- 54. to deposit their payroll
six months in advance.
- 55. It's good, sound business.
- 56. Good business for you, Mr. Gatewood.
- 57. Well, there's your receipt - $50,000.
- 58. And remember this - what's good for the banks
is good for the country.
- 59. Now, now, now, my dear lady -
- 60. Good riddance to bad rubbish!
Get out and stay out!
- 61. I'm keeping your trunk
'cause you ain't paid your rent.
- 62. "Is this the face...
- 63. "that wrecked a thousand ships...
- 64. and burned the towerless tops
- 65. Farewell, fair Helen.
- 66. Doc. Doc, can they make me leave town
when I don't want to go? Do I have to go?
- 67. Dallas, don't you go makin' no fuss.
- 68. Do I have to go, Doc,
just because they say so?
- 69. Dallas, I've got my orders.
Don't blame these ladies. It ain't them.
- 70. It is them!
- 71. Doc, haven't I any right to live?
What have I done?
- 72. We're the victims of a foul disease
called social prejudice, my child.
- 73. These dear ladies of the Law and Order League
are scouring out the dregs of the town.
- 74. Come on.
- 75. Be a proud, glorified dreg like me.
- 76. - You get going, Doc. You're drunk.
- Two of a kind.
- 77. - Just two of a kind.
- Take my arm, Madame la Comtesse.
- 78. The tumbril awaits!
To the guillotine!
- 79. Oh, wait till I get my badge, girls!
I'll join you!
- 80. If ever you go East, brother...
- 81. come out to our house for dinner.
- 82. No one in all Kansas City, Kansas,
sets a better table than my dear wife, Violet.
- 83. - Jerry.
- Yeah, Doc.
- 84. Jerry, I'll admit,
as one man to another...
- 85. that, economically,
I haven't been of much value to you.
- 86. But...
- 87. suppose you could
put one on credit?
- 88. If talk was money, Doc,
you'd be the best customer I got.
- 89. I'm leaving town, Jerry.
- 90. - Honest?
- Yes, old friend.
- 91. And I thought you might,
out of memory of our many happy -
- 92. All right, Doc. Just this one.
- 93. Thank you, Jerry.
- 94. Here's a man
goin' on the stagecoach with you.
- 95. - He's an Easterner from Kansas City, Missouri.
- Kansas City, Kansas, brother.
- 96. To your health, Reverend.
- 97. I'm not a clergyman.
- 98. My name is Peacock. I'm a -
- 99. He's a whiskey drummer.
- 100. A what?
- 101. Well, well!
How are you, Mr. Haycock?
- 102. - Peacock.
- Don't tell me, sir.
- 103. I know, I know.
A familiar name and an honored name.
- 104. I never forget a face or a friend.
- 105. Samples? Hmm!
- 106. Ahh! Rye.
- 107. Well, Brownie!
- 108. - Blackie! Belle! Bess!
- 109. Well, lookee here.
Got a pretty good team there.
- 110. Whoa! Back up.
- 111. Come on in.
- 112. Yeah. Back it up.
- 113. Got my favorite team there, Slim!
- 114. Yeah, Buck, they're all good and fresh.
They'll take you right there.
- 115. I want five dollars, Henry!
- 116. Certainly, my dear. Certainly.
- 117. What is it to be this time, my dear?
A pair of shoes -
- 118. I want to pay the butcher.
Dinner's at 12:00.
- 119. Don't worry, my dear.
I'll be there.
- 120. I've invited the ladies
of the Law and Order League.
- 121. All -
All aboard for Dry Fork...
- 122. All -
All aboard for Dry Fork...
- 123. Apache Wells, Lee's Ferry and Lordsburg!
- 124. - I'll take that, Dallas.
- Oh, thanks.
- 125. - In you go, Dallas, and a pleasant voyage.
- 126. Leave your baggage, Doc?
- 127. Thank you.
Thank you, my friend.
- 128. Curley, my shingle.
Carry it with honor.
- 129. - I'll take it, Doctor.
- Oh, no. No trouble at all.
- 130. No trouble at all.
I'll carry it on my lap.
- 131. Here we go.
Here we go, Reverend.
- 132. Mrs. Whitney, you're not going to
let your friend travel with that creature.
- 133. She's right, Lucy. And besides,
you're not well enough to travel.
- 134. It's only a few hours, Nancy.
I'm quite all right.
- 135. But you shouldn't
travel a step without a doctor.
- 136. There is a doctor, dear.
The driver told me.
- 137. Doctor? Doc Boone?
- 138. Why, he couldn't doctor a horse.
- 139. Lucy darling, you must be very careful.
Take good care of yourself.
- 140. - Watch that step now.
- Lady folks ride facing forward, please.
- 141. There you go.
- 142. - Pleasant journey, Mrs. Mallory.
- Thank you. Good-bye!
- 143. - Good-bye!
- 144. Like an angel in a jungle.
- 145. A very wild jungle.
- 146. What are you doin', Hatfield -
talkin' to yourself?
- 147. You wouldn't understand, cowboy.
- 148. You've never seen an angel...
- 149. nor a gentlewoman...
- 150. nor a great lady.
- 151. - I raise, gentlemen.
- 152. Well, so long, Buck! So long, Curley!
Nice trip, boys!
- 153. - So long, kids!
- Wait a minute! Hold it there, Buck!
- 154. Cavalry comin'!
- 155. - Steady, girls!
- 156. Captain Sickels asks if you'll deliver
this dispatch in Lordsburg the moment you arrive.
- 157. - The telegraph line has been cut.
- 158. We're going with you
as far as the noon station at Dry Fork.
- 159. There'll be a troop of cavalry there,
and they'll take you on to Apache Wells.
- 160. From Apache Wells, you'll have
another escort of soldiers into Lordsburg.
- 161. But you must warn your passengers
that they travel at their own risk.
- 162. - At their own risk?
What's the trouble, Lieutenant?
- 163. - Geronimo? Well, then I ain't go -
- Will you sit down!
- 164. Of course, the army has no authority
over you gentlemen.
- 165. - If you think it's unsafe to make the trip -
- This stage is goin' to Lordsburg.
- 166. If you think it ain't safe
to ride along with us...
- 167. I figure we can get there
without you soldier boys.
- 168. I have my orders, sir,
and I always obey orders.
- 169. Did you all hear
what the lieutenant said?
- 170. Yes, we heard.
- 171. Well, me and Buck are taking
this coach through, passengers or not.
- 172. Whoever wants to get out can get out.
- 173. - It's -
- Courage. Courage, Reverend.
- 174. - Ladies first.
- Oh. Excuse me.
- 175. How about you, Dallas?
- 176. What are you tryin' to do,
- 177. They got me in here.
Now let 'em try to put me out.
- 178. There are worse things than Apaches.
- 179. If you'll take my advice, ma'am,
you won't take this trip.
- 180. My husband is with his troops in Dry Fork.
If he's in danger, I want to be with him.
- 181. You see, brother,
I have a wife and five children in Kansas City.
- 182. Then you're a man. By all the powers
that be, Reverend, you're a man.
- 183. - All right, folks.
- 184. Make room for one more.
- 185. I'm offering my protection to this lady.
- 186. I can shoot fairly straight,
if there's need for it.
- 187. That's been proved too many times, Hatfield.
All right, get in. We're late.
- 188. - May I trouble you to move over, sir?
- Oh, yes. Yes, of course.
- 189. Close the door.
- 190. - Aw, Curley, we shouldn't -
- Get going, Buck!
- 191. Bessie! Brownie! Bill!
- 192. - Farewell, ladies!
- 193. - Sweetheart! Come on now, girl!
- 194. Whoa!
- 195. Whoa! Whoa! Whoa!
- 196. - Room for another passenger?
- Sure is, Mr. Gatewood.
- 197. - Goin' to Lordsburg?
- That's right. Just got a telegram.
- 198. Had to stop to pack this bag.
Oh, I got it in.
- 199. Hyah, hyah! Sassy! Blackie! Brownie! Bill!
- 200. Yow!
- 201. All right, Brownie.
Queenie, steady, girl.
- 202. Good boy. Get along.
- 203. If there's anything I don't like,
it's drivin' a stagecoach through Apache country.
- 204. Funny catching Gatewood
outside of town that way.
- 205. I just took this job 10 years ago
so I could make enough money...
- 206. to marry my Mexican girl, Julietta,
and I been workin' hard at it ever since.
- 207. Bonnie, get over there! Ho!
- 208. - Marriage?
- Well, certainly.
- 209. My wife's got more relatives
than anyone you ever did see.
- 210. I bet I'm feedin'
half the state of Chihuahua.
- 211. Sweetheart! Ho!
- 212. That seem funny to you about Gatewood?
- 213. Yeah, and then what do I get to eat
when I get home in Lordsburg?
- 214. Nothin' but frijole beans. That's all.
Nothin' but beans, beans, beans.
- 215. Bessie! Brownie! Blackie girl!
Yow! Get along!
- 216. Excuse me, ladies.
- 217. Close quarters.
- 218. Your wife made it warm for me, Gatewood.
- 219. She was chairman
of our farewell committee.
- 220. Fine-looking bunch
of soldier boys back there.
- 221. Always gives me great pride
in my country...
- 222. when I see such fine young men
in the U.S. Army.
- 223. Anybody know where they're going?
- 224. Brother, aren't you aware of what's happened?
- 225. Happened?
I - I don't follow you, Reverend.
- 226. I'm not a clergyman. I'm a -
- 227. My friend's a whiskey drummer.
- 228. We're all gonna be scalped, Gatewood.
- 229. Massacred in one fell swoop.
- 230. - That's why the soldiers are with us.
- He's joking, of course.
- 231. Oh, no, he's not.
Oh, dear, no. I wish he were.
- 232. It's that old Apache butcher, Geronimo.
- 233. Geronimo - nice name for a butcher.
- 234. He's jumped the reservation.
He's on the warpath.
- 235. Geronimo? Why weren't the passengers notified?
Why wasn't I told?
- 236. - We -
- We were told, Gatewood.
- 237. Yes.
- 238. Weren't you told when you got
that message from Lordsburg?
- 239. Oh, yes, yes. Y-Yes, of course. I - I forgot.
- 240. Steady now! String out! Sweetheart!
- 241. Now, doggone it,
they're bringing up her grandfather...
- 242. all the way from Mexico
to live with us.
- 243. I can't figure out
how he got that message.
- 244. - Who? Her grandfather?
- No, Gatewood.
- 245. Sweetheart!
- 246. - Said he got a message.
- 247. - Telegraph line ain't workin'.
- 248. Hold it!
- 249. Whoa! Steady! Ho. Ho.
- 250. - Hey, look, it's Ringo.
- 251. Hello, Kid.
- 252. Hello, Curley.
- 253. Hiya, Buck! How's your folks?
- 254. Oh, just fine, Ringo.
- 255. - Except my grandfather came up -
- Shut up.
- 256. Didn't expect to see you ridin' shotgun
on this run, Marshal.
- 257. - Goin' to Lordsburg?
- I figured you'd be there by this time.
- 258. No. Lame horse.
- 259. Well, it looks like
you've got another passenger.
- 260. Yeah. I'll take the Winchester.
- 261. You may need me
and this Winchester, Curley.
- 262. Saw a ranch house burnin' last night.
- 263. You don't understand, Kid.
You're under arrest.
- 264. - Curley -
- 265. - Everything all right, Marshal?
- Everything's all right, Lieutenant.
- 266. - Hope I ain't crowdin' you folks none.
- The more, the merrier.
- 267. Bonnie! Brownie! Blackie! Hyah!
- 268. Hyah, Bessie!
- 269. Ain't Ringo a fine boy?
- 270. I think so.
- 271. You're just smarter than a trade rat.
You knew all the time he was goin' to Lordsburg.
- 272. Hey, reckon what he meant
he saw ranch houses burnin'?
- 273. - Apaches.
- Oh, Apaches.
- 274. So, you're the notorious Ringo Kid.
- 275. My friends just call me Ringo.
- 276. Nickname I had as a kid.
- 277. Right name's Henry.
- 278. Seems to me I knew your family, Henry.
- 279. Didn't I fix your arm once
when you were, oh - bucked off a horse?
- 280. - Are you Doc Boone?
- I certainly am.
- 281. Now, let's see.
- 282. I'd just been honorably discharged
from the Union army...
- 283. after the War of the Rebellion.
- 284. You mean
the War for the Southern Confederacy, sir.
- 285. I mean nothing of the kind, sir.
- 286. That was my kid brother broke his arm.
- 287. You did a good job, Doc,
even if you was drunk.
- 288. Thank you, son.
- 289. - Professional compliments are always pleasing.
- Yes, they are.
- 290. What happened to that boy
whose arm I fixed?
- 291. He was murdered.
- 292. Put out that cigar.
- 293. You're annoying this lady.
- 294. Excuse me, madam.
- 295. Being so partial to the weed myself...
- 296. I sometimes forget
that it disagrees with others.
- 297. A gentleman doesn't smoke
in the presence of a lady.
- 298. Three weeks ago, I took a bullet out of a man
who was shot by a gentleman.
- 299. The bullet was in his back.
- 300. - Do you mean to insinuate -
- Sit down, mister.
- 301. Doc don't mean no harm.
- 302. - Hiya, Pete! Hi, Joey!
- 303. Be careful of old Bessie up there now.
- 304. Take it easy.
Hold it steady, girl.
- 305. Prepare to dismount!
- 306. Take a look and see if there isn't
a stone bruisin' that hock down there.
- 307. If it isn't my old friend,
Sergeant Billy Pickett!
- 308. - Well! How are ya, Billy?
- He's fine, Doc, and mighty glad to see ya!
- 309. Great heavens to Betsy! Didn't figure
on no stagecoach comin' through...
- 310. with them Apaches raisin' Cain.
- 311. I was just telling Billy to hitch up the buckboard
so we could get the young ones in -
- 312. Wait a minute! You mean to say
there are no troops at this station?
- 313. Ain't no soldiers here but what you see.
- 314. But my husband, Captain Mallory -
I was told he was here.
- 315. He was, dearie. Got orders night afore last
to join the soldiers at Apache Wells.
- 316. - That means we gotta go back.
- I can't go back!
- 317. Driver, you started this coach for Lordsburg,
and it's your duty to get us there.
- 318. And it's your duty, young man,
to come along with us!
- 319. It's my duty, Mr. Gatewood, to obey orders.
I'm sorry, sir.
- 320. Well, if the soldiers go back, Lieutenant,
that means we all have to go back?
- 321. My orders are to return from here immediately,
and I can't disobey those orders.
- 322. I think we can
get through all right, Curley.
- 323. Oh, now, don't egg him on, Kid.
- 324. I'm drivin' this here outfit,
and, well, if the soldiers go back, so am I.
- 325. I call this a desertion of duty.
I'll report you to your superior officer.
- 326. If necessary,
I'll take the matter up with Washington!
- 327. That's your privilege, sir,
but if you give us any trouble here...
- 328. I'll have to put you under restraint.
- 329. Now, don't lose your temper.
Don't lose your temper.
- 330. I'll tell you how we'll settle it. We'll take a vote.
Inside, everybody. Come on, Buck.
- 331. Oh, Curley, I don't wanna go to -
- 332. Now you girls set yourselves down.
I'll get you something to eat.
- 333. Now, folks, if we push on,
we can be in Apache Wells by sundown.
- 334. Soldiers there will give us an escort
as far as the ferry.
- 335. Then it's only a hoot and a holler
- 336. - Well, that old mare, I don't -
- We've got four men can handle firearms.
- 337. Five with you, Ringo.
- 338. Doc can shoot, if sober.
- 339. I can shoot?
- 340. I can shoot?
- 341. Now, Miss Mallory, I - I ain't gonna put
a lady in danger without she votes for it.
- 342. I've traveled all the way here
- 343. I'm determined to get to my husband.
- 344. I won't be separated any longer.
- 345. - What's your vote, mister?
- Well -
- 346. Where's your manners, Curley?
Ain't you gonna ask the other lady first?
- 347. Well, what do you say?
- 348. What difference does it make?
- 349. I vote that we go on. I demand it.
I'm standing on my legal rights.
- 350. What do you say, Hatfield?
- 351. Lordsburg.
- 352. Four. You, Doc?
- 353. I'm not only a philosopher, sir.
- 354. I'm a fatalist.
- 355. Somewhere, sometime, there may be
the right bullet or the wrong bottle...
- 356. waiting for Josiah Boone.
- 357. - Why worry when or where?
- Yes or no?
- 358. Having that philosophy, sir,
I've always courted danger.
- 359. During the late war, when I had
the honor to serve the Union...
- 360. under our great president,
- 361. ah, and General Phil Sheridan...
- 362. well, sir, I fought 'midst
shot and shell and cannon roar!
- 363. - Do you want to go back or not?
- 364. I want another drink.
- 365. That's five.
How about you, Mr. Hancock?
- 366. It's Peacock.
I'd like to go on, brother.
- 367. I want to reach the bosom of my dear family
in Kansas City, Kansas, as quickly as possible...
- 368. but I may never reach that bosom
if we go on.
- 369. So, under the circumstances -
You understand, brother -
- 370. I think it best we go back with the bosoms -
I mean, the soldiers.
- 371. One against. Well, Buck?
- 372. - I want -
- Buck says aye. That's six.
- 373. I'm voting your proxy, Kid.
You go with me.
- 374. Ain't nothin' keeping me
out of Lordsburg, Curley.
- 375. There sure ain't.
- 376. Well, folks, that settles it.
We're going through.
- 377. Sit down, folks, and eat your grub.
Come on, Buck. We'll change them horses.
- 378. - But, Curley, ain't we gonna eat? Ohh!
- You can eat later!
- 379. Here you are, folks.
- 380. Here you are, folks.
- 381. Food's on the table. Help yourselves.
- 382. You got a long ride ahead of ya.
- 383. You ain't drinkin', Billy.
- 384. Sit down here, ma'am.
- 385. Thanks.
- 386. May I find you another place, Mrs. Mallory?
It's cooler by the window.
- 387. Thank you.
- 388. Looks like I got the plague, don't it?
- 389. No. No, it's not you.
- 390. Well, I guess you can't break out of prison
and into society in the same week.
- 391. Please! Please.
- 392. You're ill, Mrs. Mallory.
- 393. No, it's just that I -
- 394. I'll be all right.
- 395. You've been very kind. Why?
- 396. In the world I live in,
one doesn't often meet a lady, Mrs. Mallory.
- 397. Have you ever been in Virginia?
- 398. I was in your father's regiment.
- 399. I should remember your name.
You're Mr. Hatfield.
- 400. That's what I'm called, yes.
- 401. - Why do you look at me like that?
- I'm just tryin' to remember.
- 402. Ain't I seen you someplace before, ma'am?
- 403. - No. No, you haven't.
- 404. - I wish I had though.
- 405. I know you.
I mean, I know who you are.
- 406. I guess everybody in the territory does.
- 407. Yep.
- 408. Well, I used to be a good cowhand, but...
- 409. things happened.
- 410. Yeah, that's it.
- 411. Things happened.
- 412. And now they'll take you back to prison.
- 413. Not till I finish a job in Lordsburg.
- 414. But you can't.
You're going there as a prisoner.
- 415. All aboard for Apache Wells, Lee's Fer -
- 416. All righty, folks, the horses are changed.
We'd better get going.
- 417. - And Lordsburg, maybe.
- All right, get going, Ringo.
- 418. Mrs. Pickett, tell Billy the buckboard
is all ready. Let's get going.
- 419. All right, Marshal, we're ready.
- 420. - Come on, folks, let's move.
- My compliments to your husband.
- 421. Thank you.
- 422. I still feel that we
ought to go back with the soldiers.
- 423. We've got to hurry
if we wanna be there by sundown.
- 424. Bridesmaid! Baby! Yow!
- 425. - What'd you say?
- 426. Well, why don't ya say somethin'?
- 427. A fella gets nervous, sittin' here like a dummy,
nothin' to think about but the Indians.
- 428. You say something! You've been sitting there
all day talking without making any sense!
- 429. All right, I'll say somethin' that makes sense.
If I was you, I'd let 'em shoot it out.
- 430. - Let who?
- Luke Plummer and the Kid.
- 431. There'd be a lot more peace
in this territory...
- 432. if that Luke Plummer was so full of lead
he couldn't hold his liquor.
- 433. I ain't sayin' I don't share
your sentiments, Buck.
- 434. - But you're a born fool.
- Well, I know that.
- 435. In the first place,
Luke would kill the Kid in a gunfight.
- 436. In the second place, if Luke did get shot,
he's got two brothers just as ornery as he is.
- 437. Nah, the only safe place for Ringo is in the pen,
and I aim to get him there all in one piece!
- 438. Well, I'll be doggoned
if I didn't do you an injury, Curley.
- 439. - I figured you were after the reward.
- 440. Why, the Kid's old man and me was friends.
We used to punch cattle together.
- 441. Besides, I could use that 500 in gold.
- 442. - Bridesmaid!
- Uh-uh! Steady!
- 443. Steady, girl!
Bridesmaid! In line!
- 444. I can't get over the impertinence
of that young lieutenant.
- 445. I'll make it warm for that shavetail!
I'll report him to Washington!
- 446. We pay taxes to the government,
and what do we get?
- 447. - Not even protection from the army.
- 448. I don't know what the government
is coming to.
- 449. Instead of protecting businessmen,
it pokes its nose into business.
- 450. Hmph!
- 451. Why, they're even talking now
about having bank examiners.
- 452. As if we bankers
don't know how to run our own banks!
- 453. Why, Boone, I actually had a letter
from a popinjay official...
- 454. saying they were going
to inspect my books!
- 455. I have a slogan that should be blazoned
on every newspaper in the country -
- 456. America for Americans!
- 457. The government
must not interfere with business!
- 458. Reduce taxes!
Our national debt is something shocking!
- 459. Over $1 billion a year!
- 460. What this country needs
is a businessman for president!
- 461. What this country needs
is more fuddle.
- 462. - What?
- 463. You're drunk, sir!
- 464. I'm happy, Gatewood.
- 465. Boo!
- 466. How come you're taking this road?
It's gonna be cold up there.
- 467. I'm usin' my head.
- 468. Those breech-clad Apaches don't like snow.
- 469. Maybe you'd like to -
to sit next to me.
- 470. I - You could put your head
on my shoulder.
- 471. No, thank you.
- 472. How are you feeling, Mrs. Mallory?
- 473. Is there any water?
- 474. Driver! Canteen, please!
- 475. Just a minute, Mrs. Mallory.
- 476. Haven't I seen this crest before?
- 477. Isn't this from Greenfield Manor?
- 478. I wouldn't know, Mrs. Mallory. I -
- 479. I won this cup on a wager.
- 480. - Oh.
- How about the other lady?
- 481. Thanks.
- 482. Sorry. No silver cups.
- 483. This is fine.
- 484. No.
- 485. Please, Doctor.
- 486. Yow, girls!
- 487. Whoa, steady. Ho.
- 488. Howdy, Chris. Seven hours from Dry Fork.
Pretty fast drivin', amigo!
- 489. Get the folks a bite to eat, Chris, while we
change horses. We're pushing on to Lordsburg.
- 490. You come without soldiers?
- 491. Oh, we weren't a-scared.
We didn't see one Apache, did we, Curley?
- 492. - Where's the cavalry, Chris?
- Uh-huh. Where's the soldiers?
- 493. There ain't no soldiers.
- 494. - Huh?
- Soldiers have gone.
- 495. Where's Captain Mallory?
- 496. Where's my husband?
Where is he?
- 497. You're his wife, I think?
- 498. Yes. Where is he?
Did he go with his men?
- 499. Si, señora.
- 500. Little what you call it -
scrimmage with the Apaches last night.
- 501. Soldiers take Captain Mallory to Lordsburg.
- 502. I think he get hurt maybe.
- 503. Badly?
- 504. Si, señora.
- 505. I think so.
- 506. Mrs. Mallory, I'm awfully sorry.
If there's anything I can -
- 507. I'm quite all right, thank you.
- 508. Marshal! Come here! Quickly!
- 509. Come on, Doc.
- 510. Let's go, Doc.
- 511. - Poor woman.
- A sick woman on our hands!
- 512. - That's all we needed!
- I feel kinda sick myself.
- 513. We're in a fine fix, my friends.
It's a fine country we're living in.
- 514. The army has no right to leave
a public place like this undefended.
- 515. Looks to me like the army's
got its hands pretty full, mister.
- 516. - Have you a wife?
- Si, señora, I think.
- 517. - Call her.
- Yakima! ¿Dónde estás?
- 518. Ringo, go in the kitchen and get some
hot water, lots of hot water, please.
- 519. Yes, ma'am. Hey, Chris!
¿Dónde la cocina?
- 520. Aqui está, Kid.
- 521. A fine member
of the medical profession.
- 522. Drunken beast.
- 523. Coffee.
- 524. Give me coffee.
- 525. Black coffee.
- 526. Lots of it.
- 527. - More! More! More!
- Ain't it enough, Doc? That's four.
- 528. - Blacker! Stronger! Keep it comin', Curley!
- You'll have it coming out your ears in a minute.
- 529. Drink it down, Doc. Go on.
Drink it down.
- 530. - Get it down.
- That'll make you feel better.
- 531. All right, Doc.
- 532. Isn't that drunken swine sober yet?
- 533. - He's doing the best he can!
- Well, hurry!
- 534. - Shh! Está malo.
- 535. - How you feeling?
- 536. Thanks. Again.
- 537. Sit down here, Doc.
- 538. Keep the fire going, Chris.
- 539. - Plenty of hot water.
- Si, señor. Si.
- 540. Savages!
- 541. That's my wife, Yakima. My squaw.
- 542. Yes, but she's - she's savage!
- 543. Si, señor.
She a little bit savage, I think.
- 544. Something funny about this.
That woman's an Apache.
- 545. Sure, she's one of
Geronimo's people, I think.
- 546. Maybe not so bad to have Apache wife, eh?
Apache don't bother me, I think.
- 547. - All right, Doc?
- All right.
- 548. All right, Dallas.
- 549. Ahora, muchachos. Váyanse.
- 550. Ringo!
- 551. It's them vaqueros!
They've run away!
- 552. Yeah, with the spare horses.
- 553. Them coyotes give me the creeps.
- 554. It sounds li -
Well, it sounds just like a baby.
- 555. Black eight.
- 556. - It's a baby.
- 557. It's a little girl.
- 558. It's a little girl.
- 559. Well, I'll be doggoned.
- 560. Why didn't somebody tell me?
- 561. How's Mrs. Mallory?
- 562. She's going to be all right.
- 563. Well, I'll be doggoned.
- 564. - Did-Did you know?
- Why -
- 565. Well, I'll be doggoned.
- 566. - Don't do that.
- 567. Dr. Boone.
- 568. Come on, boys.
Three cheers for ol' Doc Boone.
- 569. - Hip, hip -
- 570. - Well, we oughta be -
- 571. Mrs. Mallory.
- 572. Oh.
- 573. Kid, I know why you want
to go to Lordsburg.
- 574. I like you. I know your pop.
- 575. He was good friend of mine.
- 576. If you know who in Lordsburg,
you stay away, I think.
- 577. You mean Luke Plummer?
- 578. Luke, Ike and Hank - all there together.
I saw them.
- 579. - Are you sure of that, Chris?
- Sure. I can tell you the truth.
- 580. - I know.
- 581. - That's all I wanted to know.
- You crazy if you go.
- 582. I think you stay away, Kid.
- 583. Three against one is no good.
- 584. You oughtn't to go too far, Miss Dallas.
- 585. Apaches like to sneak up
and pick off strays.
- 586. You, uh, visitin' in Lordsburg?
- 587. No. No, I have friends there.
- 588. And maybe I can find work.
- 589. Say, look, Kid,
why don't you try to escape?
- 590. - Why don't you get away?
- I aim to - in Lordsburg.
- 591. Why Lordsburg?
Why don't you make for the border now?
- 592. My father and brother were shot down
by the Plummer boys.
- 593. Guess you don't know how it feels
to lose your own folks that way.
- 594. I lost mine when I was a kid.
- 595. There was a massacre
on Superstition Mountain.
- 596. That's tough, especially on a girl.
- 597. Well, you gotta live
no matter what happens.
- 598. Yeah. That's it.
- 599. Look, Miss Dallas, you got no folks.
- 600. And neither have I, and, well...
- 601. maybe I'm taking a lot for granted, but -
- 602. I watched you with that baby...
- 603. that other woman's baby.
- 604. You looked, well -
- 605. Well, I still got a ranch across the border.
- 606. And it's a nice place, a real nice place.
- 607. Trees and grass, water.
- 608. There's a cabin half built.
- 609. A man could live there...
- 610. and a woman.
- 611. Will you go?
- 612. But you don't know me.
- 613. You don't know who I am.
- 614. I know all I want to know.
- 615. Will you go?
- 616. Oh, don't talk like that.
- 617. What are you doing out here, Kid?
- 618. Stick close to the reservation.
- 619. Curley! Oh, Curley!
- 620. Oh! Curley! Curley!
- 621. - What's wrong, Chris?
- My wife, Yakima - she run away.
- 622. - When I wake up, she was gone.
- The way you come busting in here, you'd think -
- 623. - Whoa.
- Excuse me, Kid.
- 624. Come busting in here,
you'd think we were being attacked.
- 625. - You can find another wife.
- Sure I can find another wife.
- 626. But she take my rifle and my horse.
- 627. Oh, I never sell her.
I love her so much.
- 628. I beat her with the whip,
and she never get tired.
- 629. - Your wife?
- No. My horse.
- 630. Oh.
- 631. I can find another wife easy, yes,
but not a horse like that.
- 632. Mala Yakima.
- 633. I knew that woman was a thief, by -
- 634. What's the matter with you, Gatewood?
- 635. My valise! Where's my valise?
Which one of you have got it?
- 636. Here it is. I was usin' it for a pillow.
I didn't think you'd mind.
- 637. I thought I told you
to keep your hands off my things!
- 638. Yes, sir.
- 639. That squaw of yours will find some Apaches
and bring 'em back here.
- 640. My wife's people don't bother me, I think.
- 641. Well, they bother me, I think.
- 642. Chris, is this bar open?
- 643. Sure, all the time, señor. Si.
- 644. Good.
- 645. Here you are, Doc.
- 646. Well, what are we wasting time for?
Let's make a break for it.
- 647. - We've got a sick woman to think of.
- Do you want her to stay here
and be butchered with the rest of us?
- 648. - Why don't you think of somebody else for once?
- Do you realize who you're talking to?
- 649. Easy, easy! Quiet, boys. Quiet.
- 650. We ain't been butchered yet.
- 651. But you're right.
- 652. We'd better get going for Lordsburg
as soon as we can.
- 653. Might be a good idea, Curley, if, uh,
Doc took a look at the patient.
- 654. Yeah, and Little Coyote.
- 655. You'll join me, Doctor?
- 656. No, thanks.
- 657. Morning.
- 658. Well, you're looking pretty chipper.
- 659. Hmm. You're up early, Dallas.
- 660. She didn't go to bed, Doctor.
- 661. I'm afraid she sat up all night
while I slept.
- 662. Oh, I slept a lot in the chair.
- 663. Well, anyway, it was nice to stay awake
and hold the baby.
- 664. Hmm. Well, we've got to get you
to Lordsburg, Little Coyote.
- 665. That's what the boys christened her last night
when she squalled - Little Coyote.
- 666. - How do you feel?
- Fine, thanks. A little tired.
- 667. - Doctor, do you think my husband -
- Never mind him.
- 668. The best medicine he can have
is to see you two safe and sound.
- 669. You just make up your mind
you're gonna get there.
- 670. - I have made up my mind.
- That's the stuff.
- 671. - I am going to get there.
- You need strength, so get all the rest you can.
- 672. Dallas, do you suppose
you can fix up a little broth?
- 673. - She has already.
- 674. How about making some coffee
for the boys?
- 675. Now you get some sleep, Mrs. Mallory.
- 676. And don't look so proud.
- 677. I've brought hundreds
of those little fellas into the world...
- 678. once upon a time.
- 679. And the new one
was always the prettiest.
- 680. Doc.
- 681. Ringo asked me to marry him.
- 682. Is that wrong for a girl like me?
- 683. If a man and woman love each other,
it's all right, ain't it, Doc?
- 684. You're going to be hurt, child.
- 685. Worse than you've ever been hurt.
- 686. Don't you know that boy's
headed back for prison?
- 687. Besides, if you two
go into Lordsburg together...
- 688. he's going to know all about you.
- 689. He's not goin' into Lordsburg.
- 690. All I want is for you
to tell me it's all right.
- 691. Gosh, child, who am I to tell you
what's right or wrong?
- 692. All right. Go ahead.
- 693. Do it if you can.
- 694. Good luck.
- 695. Thanks, Doc.
- 696. - Ringo -
- Well, Doc?
- 697. Oh, both doing nicely.
- 698. She's a real soldier's wife,
that young lady.
- 699. Good, good.
Then we can leave immediately.
- 700. Well, not for a day or so
if you want my professional advice.
- 701. What do you mean a day?
Stay another day? Why?
- 702. Where were you when the stork
came last night, Gatewood?
- 703. I refuse to allow Mrs. Mallory to travel
until she and the child are out of danger.
- 704. What do you mean danger?
Aren't we in worse danger here?
- 705. I don't wish to intrude.
- 706. But I've had five children.
I mean, my dear wife has.
- 707. And much as I dislike discussing it,
in this hour of our trial...
- 708. I - I believe the doctor's right.
- 709. Spoken like a man, Reverend.
- 710. I say we ought to leave here before the
Apaches find us. That's common sense.
- 711. I wish you were 10 years younger,
- 712. - Don't let my white hairs stop you -
- Now just a minute!
- 713. - Quiet! Quiet!
- 714. - Now, Curley, I haven't said a word!
- Will you shut up!
- 715. Now, if we argue this thing out right,
we can get somewhere.
- 716. Let's all sit down and talk sensible.
- 717. Come on, Buck. Sit down.
- 718. There's a young woman in the kitchen
- 719. She needs help.
- 720. Thanks, Doc.
- 721. Say, Kid.
- 722. How old were you
when you went to the pen?
- 723. Oh, I was... goin' on 17.
- 724. Mornin', ma'am.
- 725. Morning.
- 726. I, uh, laid awake most of the night...
- 727. wondering what you'd have said
if Curley hadn't busted in.
- 728. Guess you was up kind of late too.
- 729. I could hear you moving around.
- 730. You didn't answer
what I asked you last night.
- 731. Look, Kid, why don't you try to escape?
- 732. There's a horse out there in the corral.
- 733. Curley won't go after you because he can't
leave the passengers in a fix like this.
- 734. I gotta go to Lordsburg.
- 735. Why don't you go to my ranch
and wait for me?
- 736. Wait for a dead man.
- 737. You haven't got a chance.
- 738. It was three against one when the Plummers swore
that you killed their foreman, got you sent up.
- 739. It'll be three against one in Lordsburg.
- 740. Well, there's some things a man
just can't run away from.
- 741. How can you talk about your life and my life
when you're throwing them away?
- 742. Yeah. Mine too.
- 743. That's what you're throwing away
if you go to Lordsburg.
- 744. What do you want me to do?
- 745. Would it make us any happier
if Luke Plummer was dead?
- 746. One of his brothers
would be after you with a gun.
- 747. We'd never be safe.
- 748. I don't want that kind of life, Ringo.
- 749. Well, I don't see what else I can do.
- 750. Go now. Get away.
- 751. Forget Lordsburg. Forget the Plummers.
- 752. Make for the border, and I'll come to you.
- 753. - Do you mean that?
- Yes, I do.
- 754. Will you go with me, Dallas?
- 755. Oh, I can't leave Mrs. Mallory
and the baby.
- 756. I'll come to you from Lordsburg.
I swear it.
- 757. Well, I oughta have a rifle and -
- 758. I've got one. Right here.
- 759. - I got it last night when they were all asleep.
- You mean you thought of this last night?
- 760. Yeah. Don't ask any more questions.
- 761. Aw, gosh, Curley,
there ain't no Apaches behind us.
- 762. Aw, gosh, Curley,
there ain't no Apaches behind us.
- 763. We can still go back to Tonto.
- 764. - No! I insist we go on to Lordsburg.
- What do you think, Chris?
- 765. Geronimo between here and Lordsburg -
with my horse, I think.
- 766. Quiet, Doc.
This is a serious matter, ain't it?
- 767. My dear Buck...
- 768. if I have only one hour to live,
I'm going to enjoy myself.
- 769. Doctor, I don't begrudge you my samples,
but I think -
- 770. Now you hush! I've stood enough of you.
- 771. Now this is a serious problem,
and I'm the only one that's talkin' sense.
- 772. - Now, Curley, if -
- If we can get across that ferry,
we'll be all right.
- 773. Question is, what are we gonna do
about the lady and her baby?
- 774. Dr. Boone has settled that for us, sir...
- 775. and I demand respect
for his professional opinion.
- 776. Hatfield.
- 777. Ringo.
- 778. Ringo!
- 779. Ringo!
- 780. Hurry, Ringo.
- 781. - Ringo!
- 782. - Bye, Dallas.
- 783. Ringo! Don't stop! Go on! Go on!
- 784. Keep riding!
- 785. Ringo, go on! Go on!
- 786. Curley! No! Let him go! Stop it!
- 787. You don't need them, Curley.
- 788. - I ain't gonna run away.
- I'll say you ain't.
- 789. Look at them hills.
- 790. - Apaches.
- War signals.
- 791. Hurry up, Marshal!
What's - Why don't we start?
- 792. Come on, Bridesmaid! Yow! Yow!
- 793. Nice girls! Yow! Go!
- 794. Hey, Curley, why don't you take
the cuffs off the Kid?
- 795. - He's mighty handy with a gun.
- You drive them horses.
- 796. - I'll take care of the Kid.
- 797. Can't you drive any faster?
- 798. You thick-headed lout!
- 799. We've got to make that ferry.
- 800. A man works all his life to get ahold
of some money so that he can enjoy life...
- 801. and has to run into a trap like this.
- 802. A trap, brother? You mean the Apaches?
There's been no sign of them.
- 803. You don't see any signs of them.
They strike like rattlesnakes.
- 804. If you hadn't insisted on waiting for her,
we'd have been across the ferry by this time.
- 805. You talk too much, Gatewood.
- 806. Your threats don't faze me, Hatfield.
- 807. You're nothing but a tinhorn gambler.
- 808. How would you like to get out and walk?
- 809. You can't put me out
of a public conveyance.
- 810. Now, now, gentlemen. Gentlemen.
- 811. Take it easy, Gatewood.
- 812. We may need that fight
before we get to the ferry.
- 813. You wouldn't be much good in a fight,
- 814. Oh, leave the Kid alone. He's handcuffed.
- 815. Gentlemen, please.
- 816. Let's not forget the ladies, bless them.
- 817. Let's have a little Christian charity
one for the other.
- 818. Well, folks, we're coming in
to Lee's Ferry now.
- 819. Lordsburg - next stop!
- 820. Nice girls! Get along! Get along!
- 821. Curley, look. Look at the ferry.
- 822. It's burnt too.
- 823. Hatfield, stand guard over there.
- 824. Where's the army?
What are the soldiers doing?
- 825. - Curley, what can I do?
- Are they going to let Geronimo
burn and pillage the whole country?
- 826. Ringo, I need you. Will you give me your word
you won't try to escape again?
- 827. I'll give you my word - till Lordsburg.
- 828. - Get in the coach with them women.
- I gave you my word.
- 829. - Ringo, don't!
- 830. Buck, drive into the river
up to the hubs.
- 831. Brownie! Bessie! Bridesmaid!
- 832. Come on, girls! Hah! Get down!
- 833. Move out! Ho!
- 834. Whoa, Duchess! Come on, baby!
- 835. Come on, girls. Steady now.
- 836. Look out, Curley.
- 837. Kid, take your suspenders
and cross-tie them wheelers.
- 838. Sorry about the saddle, Kid.
- 839. - Ready, Kid?
- All set.
- 840. - Ready, Buck?
- All ready, Curley.
- 841. Here we go! Here we go, Buck!
- 842. Hyah! Hyah!
- 843. Just sit quiet, folks.
You'll be all right.
- 844. Come on, girl. Ho, Bridesmaid!
- 845. Come on, baby! Good girl!
- 846. Ho! Steady, Duchess! Steady there!
- 847. Attagirl!
- 848. Honey child!
- 849. Easy now. Ho!
- 850. Good girl. That's a girl!
- 851. Whoa!
- 852. Ho, girl! Take it!
- 853. - Hey, Curley.
- Yeah. What?
- 854. You think I ought to charge
Mrs. Mallory's baby half fare?
- 855. - Sweetheart!
- 856. Well, we'll soon be in Lordsburg.
- 857. Uh, sorry I flew off the handle, Hatfield.
- 858. My apologies, Doctor.
No hard feelings, I hope.
- 859. All in all, it's been
an exciting, very interesting trip.
- 860. Has it not?
- 861. Well, now that the danger's passed, Mr. -
- 862. Peacock.
- 863. Ladies and gentlemen,
since it's most unlikely...
- 864. that we'll ever have the pleasure
of meeting again socially...
- 865. I'd like to propose a toast.
- 866. Major...
- 867. Gatewood...
- 868. Ringo.
- 869. - To your health.
- Thank you, sir.
- 870. Giddap, girl!
- 871. Run them! Dry Lake! Ringo!
- 872. - Git, girls! Go!
- 873. Bridesmaid!
- 874. Bridesmaid! Yow!
- 875. - Yow! Ho!
- 876. Yow! Yow, girl!
Yow! Yow! Yow!
- 877. Giddap! Ho! Ho!
- 878. Hurry up, girls!
- 879. - I warned you about this - this danger!
But you wouldn't listen to me!
- 880. Gatewood, will you shut up!
I've got a patient here!
- 881. No, you can't stop me.
Let me out of here, I tell you!
- 882. - Will you shut up!
- You sot! Take your -
- 883. Yaah!
- 884. Yaah!
- 885. Yow! Yow! Yow! Yaah!
- 886. Yow! Hyah! Yow! Yow!
- 887. Yow! Yow! Yow!
- 888. Yow! Yow! Yaah!
- 889. Hey, Kid!
- 890. Ringo! Help!
- 891. Kid! Kid!
- 892. The leaders, Kid!
Get the leaders!
- 893. Yow!
- 894. Yow!
- 895. Yow! Yow!
- 896. Curley! More ammunition!
- 897. Do you hear it?
- 898. It's a bugle!
- 899. They're blowing the charge!
- 900. If you see Judge Greenfield...
- 901. tell him his son -
- 902. - Thank heaven you're safe, Lucy.
- Where's Richard? Is he all right?
- 903. Oh, he's all right.
Don't you worry.
- 904. - It isn't a bad wound.
- We'll take you to him immediately.
- 905. Where's the baby, dear?
- 906. I'll take the baby.
- 907. Dallas.
- 908. If there's ever anything I can do for -
- 909. I know.
- 910. Orderly.
- 911. It's the Ringo Kid!
- 912. Yeah!
- 913. Hey, Curley! How are you?
- 914. Aces and eights.
- 915. Dead man's hand, Luke.
- 916. - Ringo Kid's in town.
- 917. Yeah. Drivin' the stage.
- 918. - Mis hermanos.
- Si, patrón. Un momento.
- 919. Cash in.
- 920. Easy now. Easy. That's right.
- 921. Good-bye, Miss Dallas.
- 922. If you ever come to Kansas City, Kansas,
I want you to come out to see us.
- 923. - Oh, thanks, Mr., uh -
- 924. - Hello, Buck.
- They got here all right.
- 925. - You got through all right.
- All right, folks, you're here.
- 926. All right, folks. You're all right. Unload.
- 927. Here you are, Doctor.
Will you sign this?
- 928. Well, Lordsburg.
- 929. Thank you. And you, Doctor.
- 930. There you are. Thank you.
- 931. Well, Kid.
- 932. Curley, how long will they give me
for breakin' out?
- 933. Oh, about another year.
- 934. - You know where my ranch is?
- 935. Will you see that
she gets there all right?
- 936. Dallas.
- 937. Yeah.
- 938. This is no town for a girl like her.
- 939. Will you do it?
- 940. - Sure.
- 941. How are ya, Marshal?
Get my man through all right?
- 942. I don't need them.
- 943. If you don't want to lose your prisoner, Sheriff,
you'd better take care of him yourself.
- 944. - What's your name, mister?
- My name is Gatewood. Ellsworth H. Gatewood.
- 945. Oh. Gatewood. You didn't think they'd have
the telegraph wires fixed, did you?
- 946. You thought you escaped.
- 947. - We got our banker!
- 948. Can I meet you back here in 10 minutes?
- 949. I gave you my word, Curley.
- 950. I ain't goin' back on it now.
- 951. No ammunition.
- 952. I lied to you, Curley.
- 953. Got three left.
- 954. Come on.
- 955. Good night, Kid.
- 956. - Is this where you live?
- 957. I gotta know where you live, don't I?
- 958. No. Don't come any further.
- 959. It's all been a crazy dream.
- 960. I've been out of my mind just hopin'.
- 961. Say good-bye here, Kid.
- 962. We ain't never gonna say good-bye.
- 963. Could I have that?
- 964. Give me the shotgun.
- 965. Shotgun!
- 966. Luke! Luke, please don't!
- 967. Well, Kid, I -
I told you not to follow me.
- 968. Dallas.
- 969. I asked you to marry me, didn't I?
- 970. I'll never forget you asked me, Kid.
- 971. That's something.
- 972. Wait here.
- 973. Uh -
- 974. Ringo said he'll be passing this way in...
six or seven minutes.
- 975. Come on.
- 976. I'll take that shotgun, Luke.
- 977. You'll take it in the belly
if you don't get out of my way.
- 978. I'll have you indicted for murder
if you step outside with that shotgun.
- 979. We'll attend to you later.
- 980. Don't ever let me do that again.
- 981. Luke.
- 982. Luke.
- 983. Hey, Billy! Billy, kill that story about the Republican
convention in Chicago and take this down!
- 984. "The Ringo Kid was killed on Main Street
in Lordsburg tonight!
- 985. And among the additional dead was" -
Leave that blank for a spell.
- 986. - I didn't hear any shootin', Ed.
- You will, Billy. You will.
- 987. Hank missed him - at four feet.
- 988. Ringo. Ringo.
- 989. Ringo.
- 990. Ready, Kid?
- 991. Thanks, Curley.
- 992. Curley's gonna see that you
get to my place across the border.
- 993. Well, good-bye, Dallas.
- 994. Good-bye.
- 995. Maybe you'd like to ride a ways
with the Kid.
- 996. Please.
- 997. - Yea! Yea!
- 998. Well, they're saved
from the blessings of civilization.
- 999. Yeah.
- 1000. Doc?
- 1001. I'll, uh, buy you a drink.
- 1002. - Just one.