54-“The Moor’s Revenge”

Directed by Andrew V. McLaglen, Written by Melvin Levy.

Vincent Price as Charles Matthews
Patricia Morison as Victoria Vestris
Morey Amsterdam as Lucien Bellingham
Richard Shannon as Ben Jackson
Joseph V. Perry as Drunk
John Breen as Townsman (uncredited)
Gene Coogan as Townsman (uncredited)
Dee Cooper as Townsman (uncredited)
George DeNormand as Townsman (uncredited)
John George as Townsman (uncredited)
Tex Holden as Townsman (uncredited)
Walter Lawrence as Townsman (uncredited)
Waclaw Rekwart as Waiter (uncredited)
Ted Smile as Townsman (uncredited)
Jack Tornek as Townsman (uncredited)

All you have to do is close your eyes and squeeze the trigger.
In a crowd like this, you’re bound to get a few.

INT. SAN FRANCISCO OPERA HOUSE – EVENING

 

So, this is the wild,
wild west, hmm?

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Champagne and
chamber music.

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You’ve made our stay
in San Francisco so gay.

PALADIN
Small exchange for
the wonderful pleasure
You and mr. Mathews have
brought to san francisco.

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No, I’d love to,

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But we must make a very
early start tomorrow morning.

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Strolling players once again.

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Oh?
Where do you play next?

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We go south to a little town
called san diego.

PALADIN
San diego’s having
its round-up now.

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Yes, isn’t it thrilling?

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The rest of the company
is returning east,

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But victoria and I decided we
just had to see that round-up.

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We’ve been invited to
play some scenes from “othello.”

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Is anything wrong?

PALADIN
I urge you to
change your minds.

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But, why?

PALADIN
A cattle town during a round-up
can be an extremely dangerous place.

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Nonsense.

PALADIN
And san diego’s
more dangerous than most.
In addition to the usual
drunks and cowboys,
Men who haven’t seen
a woman for a year,
There are gunslingers,
sailors,
Bandits from across
the border, vaqueros.

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You make it sound
irresistible.

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We were told that
san francisco was wild.

PALADIN
Believe me, they’re not looking
for the kind of entertainment
You’re prepared to
offer in san diego.

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For your information,
mr. Paladin,
Othello has moved audiences
for 200 years.
I don’t think our audience
in san diego will be different.

PALADIN
I wasn’t referring to your
abilities as actors, miss vestris.
But there are some things a
particular audience won’t want to see.

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We have yet to find
an audience, mr. Paladin,
That is not receptive
to shakespeare.

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I’m afraid we better go.

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Yes, we must.
Now, won’t you admit you were
exaggerating just a little?

PALADIN
I was not exaggerating.
And I do hope that you’ll
change your minds about going.

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Come see us in san diego,
mr. Paladin.
Perhaps we can prove to you
the power of the spoken word.

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Yes, by all means,
hmm?

PALADIN
Perhaps I shall. Perhaps I shall.

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Victoria.

INT. OFFICE OF

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Pretty smart of you
to figure we’d be needing

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Some real gun talent
around here this time of year.

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Last year at round-up week, we
had two killings every afternoon,

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And a murder every night.

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Seems that every time
the sheriff knows

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We’re gonna have a gang of
charmers in to see the show,

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He finds urgent business
out in the country.

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Kind of leaves us
to protect ourselves.

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Sure, you can have the job if you
don’t mind the grief that goes with it.

PALADIN
All right, I’ll stay
’til after round-up.

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Might find it kind of warm
around here for this time of year.

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Come on, I want to
show you something.

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Oh, this ain’t what
I was gonna show you.

PALADIN
That’s ben jackson.

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Oh, you know him?
That’ll make things easier.
Go ahead, then. Tell him
you’re my private peace officer.

PALADIN
Hello, ben.

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Paladin.

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Nobody gun you down yet?

PALADIN
They keep trying.

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Good luck to them.

PALADIN
Thank you, ben.
You here to soak up
a little culture?

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You wanna look at her,
there’s other pictures.

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This one I got
staked out.

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That’s right, he’s been
sitting here for two days

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Just looking at
that picture up there.

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I kinda think
he’s smitten.

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You understand me?

PALADIN
You don’t want to share this
poster with anyone. Is that it?

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And that applies to the lady
when she gets here in person.

PALADIN
Well, now, that depends
on the lady, doesn’t it?

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I don’t expect much trouble.

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Now, that’s the way I like to
hear you fellas talk. No trouble.
We all just have a rip-roarin’ time
and settle it kind of peace-able like.
That’s mr. Paladin’s
job, here.
Kind of a spreader
of sweetness and peace.
Uh-huh.
Well, that’s a nice job,
paladin.
Be educatin’ to see
how you handle it.
Uh, how about a drink,
mr. Paladin?
Uh, right over here,
the, uh…
Oh, yeah, the bar’s
right over here.
Uh, right over here.
Charlie, uh,
two whiskeys, huh?

PALADIN
Mr. Bellingham, you have
one other problem. Yeah?
When miss vestris
sees those posters,
She may take after you
with a shotgun.

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Well, that’s your department
strictly. You take care of that.
And, uh,
tell you the truth.
I wouldn’t mind a little
gun-shooting around here
If I could make
some money at it.
You know, you and
ben jackson there.
Anybody could see you
ain’t exactly friends.
And, you know, it’d be
real good if you could…
You’d see who’s the fastest.
You could settle it, you know.

PALADIN
Mr. Bellingham,
you are a showman.

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It’d be an attraction folks’d
talk about here for years.

PALADIN
And only one performance.
That’s right.
Only one… That would be kind
of a drawback, wouldn’t it?
Geez, a shame.
You and ben jackson.

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Well, think about it.

PALADIN
I will.

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Ah.

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Oh, take our luggage into
the hotel, will you, boy?

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Oh, and take particular
care with that one, please.

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Yes, please be very careful. They’re
filled with costumes and properties,
And indispensable items.
Here you are.

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It’s much quieter than
mr. Paladin said it would be.

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Yes, I’m afraid our friend
was over-anxious.
Well, let’s find
mr. Bellingham and arrange…
Victoria.

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Charles!

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“with comical
charley mathews!”

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“watch the little
lady shake!”
That’s me as cleopatra!
And she doesn’t even
look like cleopatra!

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“charley mathews,
king of the comics!”

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Rosalind! Rosalind!
Oh, disgrace!
Oh, what have they
done to me?!

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“king of the comics!”

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Charles, we’ll be playing
in a saloon!
This isn’t a theatre,
it’s a saloon.

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Paladin, do something, will ya?
Do something about that.

PALADIN
I don’t know, mathews seems to
be doing alright by himself.

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No, he ain’t, look at the look
on jackson’s face!

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Bellingham.
Which one of you
is lucien bellingham?
Point out that scum to me
and with these hands I’ll…

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Shut up!
Look at that filth…!

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The next one I’ll put
between your teeth.

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Please,
don’t shoot, please.

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Well, all right, if you say so. But don’t let that give you any ideas!

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Victoria, come…

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And take your hand
off of her!

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Oh, mr. Paladin.

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Oh, so you came,
after all.

PALADIN
Keep moving,
go to the hotel.

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Go to the hotel,
are you mad?

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Victoria and I are leaving this
sodom and gomorrah forthwith.

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And our advice
to you is…
Well, what in the world?

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Charles,
he’s carrying a pistol.

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Yes.
And those clothes.
Oh, I know,
You’re in costume
for the round-up?

PALADIN
Get her out of here.
Go to the hotel, move!

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Well…
I’ve never been so…

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Really!
Victoria, let’s go.

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“Charley Mathews,
king of the comics!”

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She makes one move
to leave town,
You won’t live long enough
to mourn at their funerals.

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But, mr. Jackson,
that’s not my fault.
That’s none of my doing. They
don’t know what they’re saying.

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Come on,
we’re clearing out of here.
Everybody!

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Uh, ben, my business.
How about my business?

B
We’ll be back for the show tonight
and there better be no monkeyshines.

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Gee, you heard
what they said.
Them actors got to
be on that stage tonight.
Or you know what’ll
happen, don’t ya?

PALADIN
Ben jackson’ll
tear this place to pieces
And there won’t be enough
left of you to tar and feather.

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Them actors, either.
They gotta be here tonight!

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Doing shakespeare?

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I don’t care if they’re
reciting mother goose,

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You gotta get ’em here,
that’s all.

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Now, look, you’re
into me $500.
I’ll make it $1,000 if they stay
in town and do the show tonight.

PALADIN
I can try.

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And remember my establishment
has to remain in one piece.

PALADIN
Well, that could happen.

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And I gotta be here, too.
And alive, besides.

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It wasn’t just his being here
that surprised me.
He didn’t even speak like the
cultivated man we met in san francisco.

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When he began issuing orders
in that tone of voice,
I came close to striking him,
if you hadn’t held my arm.

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I did?

P
Yes.
Oh.
Oh, we were just
talking about you.

PALADIN
Oh?

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Yes, we have decided to stay.
We refuse to be intimidated by mr.
Bellingham, his associates, or you.

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Charles has written a statement
to be printed in the paper here.

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Yes, I think you’ll like it.
In fact, you inspired it.

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Yes, when you said in that decisive, man-of-affairs tone-of-voice,
“go to the hotel!”

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Let me read it to him, my dear. “I came here with the distinguished actress, victoria vestris, to present for your favor a selection of scenes from shakespeare.

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“we have been made the victims
of a cruel and tasteless hoax.

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“however, we do not believe that
the people of san diego should suffer

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“because of the venal
mr. Lucien bellingham,
“and his contemptible
associate, mr. Ben jackson.”

PALADIN
Mr. Mathews, have you given
that to the newspaper yet?

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Oh, yes,
the editor was delighted.

PALADIN
I’m sure he was.

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To tell the truth,
I owe him credit
For the contemptible
mr. Ben jackson.”
He, uh, he thought
it added fire.

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Oh, I agree.
Don’t you?

PALADIN
Yes, that’s exactly what
it does. It adds fire.

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The curtain will rise
at 8:00 as scheduled,
On a bedchamber in
a palace in venice.
We will present for
your pleasure and enlargement,
The death scene from william
shakespeare’s “othello.”

PALADIN
That should set
a proper note for the evening.
Now, listen to me,
both of you.
Listen carefully.
Otherwise, you may be hurt.

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Ben jackson thinks no more
about killing a man than…

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Oh, there he goes again.
Warning us.

PALADIN

Now, listen to me!

This is not a theatrical
costume I’m wearing.

This isn’t a toy,
it’s a gun.

There are six bullets in it. Possibly six lives. And it’s part of my working gear.

Oh.

You know, victoria,
I think I’m beginning
to believe him.

Oh, how utterly wonderful! How utterly romantic. I know, you rob from the rich and give to the poor. How utterly beautiful. I don’t believe a word of it.

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Mr. Paladin being
the true westerner he is
Is determined to send us
home with a story
Of blazing guns
and dying men.
Perhaps the next chapter will
be about skulking indians.
We met you in san francisco,
mr. Paladin,
And we know this costume
is only for the cattle run.
We do not intend
to be frightened
And we do intend to introduce
the bard of avon to san diego.

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Without the dance
of the 7 veils.

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Or charley mathews, king of the comics.
And if that contemptible mr. Jackson
creates a disturbance, you must…

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I shall step from the stage
and knock him down.

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Ah! Darling.
Bravo, my darling.

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Ho! Mr. Jackson.
What a coincidence.
I was just walking by,
And I got to thinking
about you, and here you are.

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Thinking what?

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Well, it was kind of
a private conversation.
I don’t think we can talk about it
here in the street. Come to my office.

B
I can talk here.

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Oh, yeah. Well, you know,
I don’t know if you know this,
But I always had
a lot of respect for you.
Did you know that?
Well, I have. I figure the man who’s
pretty near the fastest draw in the west,
You gotta have
respect for him.

B
Pretty near?

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Well, I wouldn’t want to be
the man to argue the matter.

B
Paladin’s fast,
I’m faster. What about it?

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Well, I just hope he never puts
you to the test, that’s all.
For his sake.
You see, I…
Uh, this paladin, he kind of slipped
himself in as my private peace officer,
And I was wondering if you’d
like the same kind of job?

B
You’re pretty smart
under that big hat.
You hire him to watch me,
hire me to watch everybody else.
Nobody left to make trouble
in your place.

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Gee, whatever gave you
that idea?

B
How much you paying him?

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Oh, roughly $100.
Uh, roughly.
Smooth it out,
it’s more like $500.
That’s it, $500.
Uh… $1,000.

B
Then that’s what
I’m getting.

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Now, wait a minute,
mr. Jackson.
You gotta let a man put by
a little money for old age.

B
Maybe you won’t need it.
I’ll take the job.

PALADIN
Nice crowd.

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Ha, ha, ha,
“nice crowd.”

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Some sense of humor
you got. You see this?

PALADIN
I saw it.
Well, he saw it, too.

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I think it’s your job to go over
and guess what he’s gonna do.

PALADIN
Why should I guess?
I’ll ask him.

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Good thought.

PALADIN
Ben, you expecting
to enjoy the show?

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Real show comes later.

PALADIN
Now, ben, you wouldn’t want to deprive
a lovely lady of her partner, would you?

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I’ll see she don’t miss you.

PALADIN
I’ll have to take after you
if you cause trouble.

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How could I do
a thing like that?
Your runt friend
hired me to keep order.
Sure. Just like you.
I’m one of his
private peace officers.

PALADIN
I hope you keep that in mind.

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I sure will.
Now, this actor fella,
Already broke the peace, making
remarks about me in this paper.
Causing a dangerous situation.
I better bring him back in
line if I’m to earn my pay.

PALADIN
I could take over
that part of your work.

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You wouldn’t enjoy it as much.

PALADIN
Uh-huh.

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What’d he say?

PALADIN
Well, it’s more
the way he said it.

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Oh, how did I ever get
mixed up with fellas like you?
Oh, my goodness.
Ah, gentlemen!
Gentlemen, I’ll have
your attention, please.
About the show, we’re about to present
one of the finest shows of its kind…
Curtain, curtain.
Curtain.

 

O
Oh, curse of marriage,
That we can call these delicate
creatures ours, and not their appetites.
Her name is now
begrimed in black.
Oh, now forever,
farewell, the tranquil mind.
Farewell content,
Pride, pomp,
and circumstance.
Farewell.
Burnish me with some
swift means of death.

MAN
Sure, I’ll finish ya!

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Please, everybody…

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Calm down,
let’s have some peace!

PALADIN
Gentlemen,
I’m willing to accomodate you.

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Here, here, here.

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You put that away,
I’ll show you I’m not done.

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We might just as well settle
this and get on with the show.

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Mr. Mathews.

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00:19:05,110 –> 00:19:06,644
Hey, watch out.

331
00:19:06,646 –> 00:19:10,814
What do I do with it?
I’m not familiar with a gun.

332
00:19:10,816 –> 00:19:12,849
He’s very good with a sword.

PALADIN
There’s nothing to it. Just
close your eyes and squeeze.
In a crowd like this,
you’re bound to hit a few.

335
00:19:20,158 –> 00:19:23,794
No, gentlemen, don’t get him
excited. Just stand quietly. Ben.
Now, wait, fellas,
you’re ruining me.
My mirror is my glassware.
I won’t stand for it, just…
Oh my goodness!

PALADIN
What about it, ben?
Let mr. Mathews put on
his show and afterwards,
You and I’ll step outside
and settle things?

B
I’ll have my gun
before I make any deals.
All right.
I’ll settle my business
with you later.
Put on your show.
But down here where
I can keep an eye on you.

347
00:20:05,037 –> 00:20:07,705
What?
Why not?
Look, charles, we can put
some chairs together
And you bring a cushion.
And everything will
be arranged, you see?
Of course. Desdemona’s bed. Yes!
All the world’s a stage.
Why not?

B
What happened to
you hand?

PALADIN
You’ve got a hard head.

355
00:20:32,965 –> 00:20:36,299
I don’t mean for us to go outside
and get bunged up some more.

356
00:20:36,301 –> 00:20:38,001
Let’s finally see
who’s faster.

PALADIN
Whatever you want, ben.

358
00:20:43,775 –> 00:20:47,110
One more.
Be thus when thou art dead, and I
will kill thee and love thee after.
One more,
and this the last.
Oh, I must weep at these
a-cruel tears.

D
Who’s there? Othello.
Aye, desdemona.

364
00:21:05,898 –> 00:21:08,832
Will you come to bed,
my lord?

365
00:21:08,834 –> 00:21:10,401
Why, what art thou?

366
00:21:10,403 –> 00:21:11,802
Your wife, my lord.

367
00:21:11,804 –> 00:21:13,637
Your true and loyal wife.

368
00:21:13,639 –> 00:21:16,640
Heaven truly knows that
thou art false as hell.

D
By heaven, you do me wrong!

370
00:21:18,343 –> 00:21:20,677
Is’t possible I took thee for
that cunning woman of venice

371
00:21:20,679 –> 00:21:22,345
That did marry with othello?

372
00:21:22,347 –> 00:21:25,015
You, mistress,
lend me thy handkerchief.

D
Here, my lord.

374
00:21:28,421 –> 00:21:31,021
The one I gave thee,
that handkerchief,
Did an egyptian to
my mother give.
She, dying, gave it me.
And bid me when my fate would
have me wife, to give it her.
To give it ‘way or
lose it were perdition.

D
And would to god that
I had never seen it!

380
00:21:42,968 –> 00:21:44,902
Have you prayed tonight,
desdemona?

D
Alas, my lord.
What do you mean by that?

383
00:21:49,141 –> 00:21:52,142
Heaven forefend I would not
kill thy soul.

D
Talk you of killing?

385
00:21:54,613 –> 00:21:59,082
That handkerchief which I so loved and
gave to thee, thou gave’st to cassio.

D
No, by my life and soul!

387
00:22:00,986 –> 00:22:03,654
Take heed of perjury.
Thou are’t to die!

D
May god have mercy on me,
and you have mercy, too!

389
00:22:06,959 –> 00:22:08,191
It’s too late.

D
A kinless death I die!
Farewell! Oh!

391
00:22:15,634 –> 00:22:17,734
farewell.
Soft you, soft you.
A word or two before you go.
When thou shalt these
unlucky deeds relate,
Speak of me as I am. Nothing
extenuate nor set down aught in malice.
Then you must speak of one
Who loved not wisely,
but too well.
Say this besides,
that in aleppo once,
Where a malignant
and turbaned turk
Beat a venetian and
traduc’d the state,
I took by the throat the dog
and smote him thus!

402
00:23:18,730 –> 00:23:21,548
I kiss’d thee ‘ere I kill’d thee. No way but this, Killing myself, To die upon a kiss.

B
Well, it’s settling up time, paladin.

PALADIN
I said before, ben, whatever you
want, if you’re sure you want it.

408
00:23:49,979 –> 00:23:51,911
It’s what I got to do.
And you know,
everybody heard me say so.

PALADIN
You’ve got to keep up
your reputation in this town.

411
00:23:56,751 –> 00:23:59,919
We better get outside. This’ll take
but a minute, miss. I’ll be back for ya.

PALADIN
You’d better ask the lady’s
husband about this. Husband?

413
00:24:02,924 –> 00:24:06,259
Of course he’s my husband. What
sort of woman did you take me for?

B
How come you got
different names?

415
00:24:08,263 –> 00:24:10,030
We’re actors, not people.

B
You coulda’
said something.

417
00:24:11,566 –> 00:24:13,066
You coulda’ asked.

B
Oh, she’s a married lady.

419
00:24:16,138 –> 00:24:20,140
I wouldn’t want to try a fast
draw with a hand like that.

PALADIN
I don’t know, ben.
Still works.

422
00:24:24,713 –> 00:24:26,880
But I figure I don’t
need an edge.
If I did outdraw you,
and I would,
They’d all say it’s
’cause your hands swoll.

PALADIN
I’m waiting, ben.

426
00:24:34,156 –> 00:24:37,024
There’ll be
another time, paladin.

PALADIN
Yeah.
Won’t you please continue?
Your audience is waiting.

429
00:24:44,166 –> 00:24:45,465
Thank you.
And now a scene
on the lighter side.