64-“The Long Hunt”

Season 2, Episode 25 – Original Airdate: (March 7, 1959)

<= 63 – “The Monster at Moon Ridge == Death of a Gunfighter” – 65 =>

Directed by Andrew V. McLaglen, Written by Harry Julian Fink.

Stephen Roberts as Dundee
Anthony Caruso as Jose
Anne Barton as Mrs. Ordey
Lane Bradford as Frank Tanner
Kam Tong as Hey Boy

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Oh, Come in.

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Hey Boy.
-Paladin.

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It’s a grim day, isn’t it?
Looks like rain.

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I like rain, Mr. Paladin.

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Like rain fine, but I
don’t like cold.

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“Half-Breed Goes Berserk”

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“Montes de Sangres, New Mexico.”

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“A half-breed Comanche Indian today
reverted to savagery”

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“Killing two men, wounding another.”

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“On being served with notice
to evict land on which he was illegally
squatting.”

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“Thomas Ordey, using a shotgun loaded with heavy balls,”

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“deliberately fired upon and murdered
Sheriff John Finn, and Bert Ormsbey, a cowboy.

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“Ormsbey’s employer, John Dundee, badly
wounded by the same blast”

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“says that he will see the
murderer hung.”

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“Dundee is a former Texas Ranger
and Indian fighter.”

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New Mexico, they say that
very warm there, Mr. Paladin.

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And the sun shines all the time.

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Well Hey Boy,the Montes
de Sangres country is

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Oh, I say it averages about
8000 feet in altitude

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Some of the most beautiful mountain country
in the world

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The temperature can get down to
about -40°

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And the snow can be
as much as 10 feet deep

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Now I do need an assistant on
this trip, Hey Boy–

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Oh excuse, Mr. Paladin.
I’m very busy.

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HAVE GUN WILL TRAVEL –
WIRE PALADIN

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-Paladin?
-That’s Right.

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Dundee, I trust you will excuse my beard.

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Shaving seemed a little unsensible,
with all the snow in the mountains.

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There’s a stable in back for your horse.

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Then come inside.
-Thank you sir

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Well, it’s a very unusual house.

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I’ve seen hunting lodges in
Europe but never in this country.

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The I built for my wife.
She wanted such a place.

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Now’s she’s dead.

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I’m Sorry.

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The half-breed is in the mountains.

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This place is
closer than ranch.

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Well that was an excellent meal.
Thank you very much.

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I’m glad you have come, Paladin.

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I’m told you’re a good man.

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I’m gonna need a good man behind me.

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Mr. Dundee, whose land is it?

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Ordey must have thought it was his.

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It’s mine.
Ordey worked it.

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A man works the land,
he doesn’t give it up easy.

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He did what he had to do. He fought.

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Now I do what I have to do.

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You wanted to see me, Mr. Dundee.

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Yes.

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Come inside.

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I do not wish to go into your house
Mr. Dundee.

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Jose here is the best tracker I have ever known.

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Jose is the best search engine around here,

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But he is a friend of Ordeys.

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I lay in the snow,
with a load of buckshot in my belly.

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But Ordey slept warm
that night at Jose’s place.

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You’ll take me to him Joselito.

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Yes, I’ll take you, Mr. Dundee.

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But it will be a long journey.

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A very long journey.

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She’ll be going into the
mountains with us.

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That’s a very dangerous
trip for a woman.

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But I want to go, very much

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Take her upstairs, Frank.
She’ll want to get some rest.

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John, I can take back home.

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Take her upstairs.

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We better get finished here

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We’re getting a early start in the morning.

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We start up now.

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This is as far as the horses can go.

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Can a man live up there alone?

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An Indian can.

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We’ll camp here tonight,
and go the rest of the way on foot.

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Willie, you will
take the horses back.

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Frank, you scout on ahead
a couple of miles.

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And be careful.

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But Mr. Dundee, perhaps
I should go.

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Andrew is good, but
he was not born here.

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I want you with me.

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But, Mr. Dundee-
I want you with me.

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Be careful, Frank.

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-Buenos días, señor.
-Buenos días.

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Well, the dawn is a beautiful time.

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Time when most babies are born.

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Time when most men die.

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Something troubling you?

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Si.

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Tanner did not come back tonight.

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Do you smoke?

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Sí. Gracias, señor.

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Better than wine,
better than a woman.

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-Havana, huh?
-That’s right

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“” Little tube of mighty power “”.

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“” Charmer of an idle hour,
Object of my warm desire “.”

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Could I?

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I beg your pardon?

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The gun.

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Of course.

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Most men use a little oil
in the working parts of their weapons.

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Not in this country,
oil can’t freeze.

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As long as you know.

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Living in this cold
is a thing you have to learn.

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Usually learn or, or you die.

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It’s a fine weapon.
-Thank you.

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It is handcrafted.

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Good morning.

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Señora.

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It’s a pistol shot.

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-Frank.
Could be two or three miles away.

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Come on, we’ll find out.

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You too.

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What happened, Frank?

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I took the a fall.

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I broke it.

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-¿ Ordey?
-He was here.

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You!
Stay here where I can see you.

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I was just going to get the whiskey.
Just stay here.

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You fix that splint yourself?
No, Ordey did.

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Did he fix the fire?

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That too.

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Tanner, what kind
of man does that?

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He could have killed me John.

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It would have been easy.

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If he had it would have been
easy for me too.

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I could just have gone after him like before.
He knew it.

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And now?

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Now it will hurt.

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That’s the only difference.

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I gotta leave you, Frank.

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You’ll last till I get back.

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Make up your own mine
on that Tanner.

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You say the word,
and I’ll take you back.

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Blue Finch.

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Been calling all night.

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It sounds like a blue finch.

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It does sound like a blue finch.

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Please Mr. Paladin.

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Let her go.

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Stay with them.

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Keep warm.

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Keep dry.

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Ordey is…

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My husband.

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Let’s go.

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Dundee, that arm of yours
needs caring for.

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Let’s go.

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Anything else I can do for you?

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No. Thanks, Paladin.

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Was it just the land Mrs. Ordey, or was it something else?

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No, it was just the land.

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And that Mr. Dundee’s wife
was killed by Comanche Indians.

153
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And your husband is half Comanche.

154
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My husband is a man, Mr. Paladin.

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When I was 8 years old.

156
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I was kidnapped by the Utes.
I lived with them until I was almost 13.

157
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Tom Ordey killed
three men to take me away from them.

158
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My husband is a strong
and temperate man, Mr. Paladin.

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The two men who were with
Dundee that day insulted me.

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Tom killed them.

161
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It was the thing I expected him to do.

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Señor Paladin…

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Do you have another cigar, ¿por favor?

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Jose, you have very good taste.

165
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Oh, but this is luxury.

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You are a gentleman.

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I will remember you in my prayers.

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Con permiso.

169
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Well, now you know.

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Now I know, and you should
have told me in the beginning.

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Would it have made any difference?

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What did you intend to do, Dundee?

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Tie this women to a stake and
wait for her husband to come
for her.

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The women won’t be hurt,
I give you my word.

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You paid me $1000 to
bring a murderer in.

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This woman was not
part of the bargain.

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And if she’ll go with me,
I’m taking her back now.

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No, I’ll go on with this, Mr. Paladin.
This is something I must do.

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Ordey needs taken.

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You won’t be dirtying your hands.

181
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The half-breed is a murderer.

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The “half-breed”.

183
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That’s what he is.

184
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How long has your wife been dead?

185
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Five years.

186
00:15:40,272 –> 00:15:42,467
Well Ordey did not kill her.

187
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He’s half Comanche,
but he didn’t kill your wife.

188
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I don’t hate Ordey.
He killed one of my men.

189
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He killed a peace officer
who was my friend.

190
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They died because
they were standing with me.

191
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I mean to see him hang for that.

192
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That’s the whole of it, nothing else.

193
00:16:00,559 –> 00:16:03,858
You hired my gun to bring Ordey in.

194
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If this woman is harmed,
in any way

195
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I’ll use the gun on you.

196
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I promise you.

197
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He has went into the high
Montes de Sangres.

198
00:16:29,922 –> 00:16:31,856
I can not take you no farther.

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-Does he know the mountains better thank you do?
-No.

200
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Well he went in and up.

201
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He’s the hunted man.
He had no choice.

202
00:16:39,898 –> 00:16:41,525
Neither do you, Jose.

203
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Mr. Dundee, he is a dead man.

204
00:16:45,104 –> 00:16:46,537
Perdone, señora.

205
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On the far side of the high Montes de Sangres there is freedom

206
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But there has never been a man,
not even an Indian

207
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That crossed that in the winter.

208
00:16:56,715 –> 00:16:59,878
Is that enough for you, Mr. Dundee?
Do you have to see it?

209
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Jose.

210
00:17:02,321 –> 00:17:04,448
I want you to go on after him.

211
00:17:04,923 –> 00:17:06,322
Alone, he will let you find him.

212
00:17:06,425 –> 00:17:08,893
Give him this message,
it’s a true one.

213
00:17:08,994 –> 00:17:10,962
Tell him that are food is low.

214
00:17:11,597 –> 00:17:14,725
Tell him that if we don’t turn
back in 2 or 3 days

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We won’t make it at all.

216
00:17:17,236 –> 00:17:20,467
Tell him his wife will die,
unless he comes for her.

217
00:17:22,307 –> 00:17:23,968
I’ll kill you if I have to.

218
00:17:24,076 –> 00:17:26,943
Don’t you ever doubt it, gunfighter.

219
00:17:27,479 –> 00:17:30,312
Alright Jose.
Give him my message.

220
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If I am not back within a day

221
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I would advise you to kill him

222
00:17:35,888 –> 00:17:38,049
And find your own way back.

223
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I have enjoyed your cigars, Mr. Paladin.

224
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-Buena suerte.
-Gracias.

225
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Señora.

226
00:17:49,068 –> 00:17:50,797
I’ll take you back now, Mrs. Orde

227
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You’ll die, and she with you.

228
00:17:53,605 –> 00:17:55,766
You’ll never find your way back.
The cold will kill you.

229
00:17:55,874 –> 00:17:58,138
This is something I must do.

230
00:17:58,243 –> 00:18:00,768
I have to be where
my husband can find me.

231
00:18:00,879 –> 00:18:03,814
You can’t carry me back, and I’m not gonna walk.

232
00:18:04,950 –> 00:18:07,316
If he comes, I’ll try and take him.

233
00:18:08,887 –> 00:18:13,324
I hope my husband does not
have to kill you, Mr. Paladin.

234
00:18:27,873 –> 00:18:28,965
That’s all I can do.

235
00:18:29,074 –> 00:18:30,974
The bullet should come out.

236
00:18:34,847 –> 00:18:36,838
I thank you for trying.

237
00:18:39,785 –> 00:18:40,979
Ms. Ordey.

238
00:18:42,888 –> 00:18:44,651
I am grateful.

239
00:18:47,426 –> 00:18:49,758
Don’t go outside.

240
00:18:51,130 –> 00:18:54,224
You know, I keep wondering about Ordey.

241
00:18:56,401 –> 00:18:59,029
I wonder what kind of man he is.

242
00:19:01,073 –> 00:19:05,009
What kind of man is that
would set Tanner’s leg.

243
00:19:05,110 –> 00:19:07,578
Lit that fire for him.

244
00:19:07,679 –> 00:19:10,113
He could have killed you easily.

245
00:19:10,215 –> 00:19:12,376
Took you in the elbow.

246
00:19:12,718 –> 00:19:14,242
I was a simple shot for him

247
00:19:14,353 –> 00:19:16,184
Silhouetted up there.

248
00:19:17,389 –> 00:19:20,483
I keep wondering if he wasn’t
trying for a shoulder shot.

249
00:19:20,592 –> 00:19:22,059
It bothers me.

250
00:19:22,628 –> 00:19:25,256
I think you better give me
another drink.

251
00:19:25,364 –> 00:19:27,525
And I wonder about your wife.

252
00:19:27,633 –> 00:19:29,328
My wife is dead.

253
00:19:29,868 –> 00:19:32,769
I keep wondering whats driving you.

254
00:19:33,038 –> 00:19:37,134
I saw my wife after
he Comanches were through with her.

255
00:19:37,242 –> 00:19:39,335
I can’t forget that.

256
00:19:44,683 –> 00:19:47,015
Leave him, Mr. Paladin.

257
00:19:47,119 –> 00:19:48,746
Let him do this alone.

258
00:19:48,854 –> 00:19:50,446
Mrs. Ordey.

259
00:19:52,024 –> 00:19:54,857
The only reason I’m here right now.

260
00:19:54,960 –> 00:19:57,793
Is because you wouldn’t let me take you back.

261
00:19:57,896 –> 00:20:00,694
But you could go back,
without me, alone.

262
00:20:01,667 –> 00:20:03,828
You’ve given me no choice.

263
00:20:03,936 –> 00:20:07,463
Your husband is a murderer,
and he’s killed two men.

264
00:20:09,341 –> 00:20:12,902
When he comes,
I’ll have to stand with Dundee.

265
00:20:13,011 –> 00:20:14,706
I understand.

266
00:20:16,515 –> 00:20:19,712
I wish you could have known my husband, Mr. Paladin.

267
00:20:19,818 –> 00:20:21,308
And he you ..

268
00:20:21,787 –> 00:20:23,982
He would have respected you.

269
00:20:41,006 –> 00:20:42,030
It’s Jose.

270
00:20:48,580 –> 00:20:50,480
You find him?
-Yes.

271
00:20:50,582 –> 00:20:53,449
You gave him the message message.
-I gave him your message.

272
00:20:54,186 –> 00:20:55,414
He told me,

273
00:20:56,054 –> 00:20:59,114
If his wife was harmed he would cut your heart out while you still

274
00:20:59,291 –> 00:21:01,088
live

275
00:21:03,328 –> 00:21:05,228
Sit outside by the fire.

276
00:21:14,273 –> 00:21:15,365
José…

277
00:21:15,474 –> 00:21:17,032
Over there.

278
00:21:24,583 –> 00:21:26,141
You’re to sit still.

279
00:21:26,852 –> 00:21:30,583
If you move–
I won’t move, Mr. Dundee.

280
00:21:30,822 –> 00:21:33,586
Not until after my husband kills you.

281
00:21:36,962 –> 00:21:38,759
Where do you stand, Mr. Paladin?

282
00:21:38,864 –> 00:21:41,332
Where I choose when
the time comes.

283
00:21:41,433 –> 00:21:43,094
You can sit by the fire too

284
00:21:43,268 –> 00:21:45,327
When you know for sure whats pushing you

285
00:21:45,570 –> 00:21:47,299
then I’ll know where I stand.

286
00:21:47,406 –> 00:21:49,271
I told you, he killed two men.

287
00:21:49,741 –> 00:21:52,175
He killed a peace
officer, a good man.

288
00:21:52,277 –> 00:21:53,437
He was my friend.

289
00:21:53,712 –> 00:21:55,373
And Mrs. Ordey?

290
00:21:55,480 –> 00:21:58,472
I don’t want nothing with her.
She was the only way

291
00:21:59,284 –> 00:22:01,275
I need your help, Paladin.

292
00:22:02,688 –> 00:22:07,022
With it, I have a chance.
Without it, I’ll try by myself.

293
00:22:07,359 –> 00:22:08,917
It’s your choice.

294
00:23:16,428 –> 00:23:18,123
It is all as it should be.

295
00:23:19,931 –> 00:23:22,661
You are a very generous man, Mr.
Paladin.

296
00:23:28,974 –> 00:23:30,373
You will be fine.

297
00:23:30,475 –> 00:23:32,466
The bullet passed through.

298
00:23:37,182 –> 00:23:40,151
I am glad he did not kill you, Mr.
Paladin.

299
00:23:42,187 –> 00:23:44,781
But it is too bad you
are so heavy.

300
00:23:44,890 –> 00:23:47,290
It is going to be a long walk

301
00:23:47,392 –> 00:23:51,488
Well I think perhaps you ought to
have a cigar now.

302
00:23:51,763 –> 00:23:55,358
As a matter of fact Jose,
I think you should probably have them all.

303
00:23:55,467 –> 00:23:58,595
-Gracias.
-Por nada.

304
00:24:04,042 –> 00:24:06,033
It is a long way across.

305
00:24:06,144 –> 00:24:08,305
And nobody has ever made it before.

306
00:24:09,080 –> 00:24:11,310
Do you think they can?

307
00:24:11,416 –> 00:24:13,441
I do not know, José,

308
00:24:13,985 –> 00:24:16,886
But there is always a first time.

309
00:24:35,640 –> 00:24:41,044
Have Gun Will Travel
Reads the card of a man

310
00:24:42,614 –> 00:24:47,881
A knight without armor
in a savage land

311
00:24:49,154 –> 00:24:53,887
His fast gun for hire
heeds the calling wind

312
00:24:56,027 –> 00:25:00,430
A soldier of fortune
is this man called

313
00:25:00,899 –> 00:25:04,300
Paladin

314
00:25:05,537 –> 00:25:10,873
Paladin, Paladin
Where do you roam?

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