144-“Everyman”

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Do not try to woo
your fortune, Paladin.

2
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The cards are between us.

3
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Now, you must select a card-

4
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your card.

5
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Aha, how true.

6
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The Chevalier of the Sword.

7
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Your fortune is a refreshment…

8
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after telling a hundred
bored old ladies

9
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that their future
is nothing but boredom.

10
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Ah. The Wheel.

11
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The Wheel of Life
will turn for you.

12
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You will travel far
soon and see much.

13
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I will travel to Temple City
in the morning,

14
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and that’s not all that much.

15
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And besides,
it’s not until the morning.

16
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Scoffer.

17
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Well, there I am again.

18
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Now, what does
that mean, Elaine?

19
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What does it mean?

20
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It’s so bloody. It…

21
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So bloody.

22
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Oh, Paladin, I…

23
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Oh, come on.

24
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Elaine, come on.

25
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Look at me.

26
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Come on.

27
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Now, read the cards.

28
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You haven’t finished them.

29
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<i>I’m dying with
anticipation.</i>

30
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Come on.

31
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But it’s the Reaper death.

32
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The Reaper death
and the bloody b…

33
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Well, I guess I better
send for the cavalry.

34
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Oh, but this one
will help you.

35
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The Drowned Sailor-
the-the Phoenician.

36
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He’ll help you.

37
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Elaine, you really
believe this, don’t you?

38
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Oh, and so must you, Paladin.

39
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A drowned sailor in the desert

40
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to help me
against the Reaper death?

41
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No.

42
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43
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Juney.

44
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Well, now, if one year

45
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can do this to a skinny
little girl,

46
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I, with Pericles,
will be guided by time,

47
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the wisest counselor of all.

48
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I ain’t skinny no more.
I’ll say you’re not.

49
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What’d you bring
me from Frisco?

50
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I brought you a doll.

51
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I’ll change it.

52
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I’ll change it
for French perfume

53
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or China silk stockings.
Juney.

54
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Juney.

55
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You ain’t finished back there.

56
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Pa, he just got here.

57
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You heard me.

58
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Hello, Cus.

59
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Thought you’d consider Juney
and stay away from us, Paladin.

60
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Cus, that’s not much
of a greeting for an old friend.

61
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I know, I…

62
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Cus?

63
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What’s wrong?

64
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Man in town says
he’s going to kill

65
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the first gunfighter
he finds.

66
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I don’t want
it to be you,

67
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or anybody else.

68
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Who?

69
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His name’s Danceman.

70
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All right, Cus.

71
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I can understand
your not being enthused

72
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about a houseguest
who’s marked for a shooting.

73
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Bye, Cus.

74
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I got Juney
and the business to think of.

75
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Liquor’s cheap.

76
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Ah, he’s only
an old bar rat, mister.

77
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Yeah, who are you?

78
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Yeah, who are you,
butting in like that?

79
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Touch him off, Taylor.

80
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Don’t touch him off, Taylor.

81
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Hey.

82
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You know what he is?

83
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He’s a gunfighter,
that’s what he is.

84
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Yeah, a gunfighter.

85
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Need some help with him?

86
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Thank you.

87
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Get him over here
on the bench.

88
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Gee, it stinks.

89
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Those swine were
going to burn him, huh?

90
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Yeah. Yeah, we let him
sleep it off here,

91
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he’ll be all right.

92
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He looks like
a drowned rat.

93
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Or perhaps a…

94
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…drowned sailor?

95
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A Phoenician?

96
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You know the cards?

97
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They’re just
superstition.

98
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He won’t help you.

99
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Well, I’m much
obliged to you.

100
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Uh, I suppose
you’ve noticed

101
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we wear no guns
in this town.

102
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Yes, I have.

103
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It’s a very laudable idea.

104
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Well, I’m… I’m
glad you agree.

105
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But since I’m just
passing through,

106
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I think I’ll,
uh, keep this one.

107
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Well, suit yourself,
Mr., uh…?

108
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My name is Paladin.

109
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Mine’s Danceman.

110
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I’ve heard of you.

111
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I’m not surprised.

112
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I’m going to kill
you, gunfighter.

113
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Always ready to go for
the gun, aren’t you?

114
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It’s a sign of the breed.

115
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How many men have
you killed, Paladin?

116
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More than I would’ve wished.

117
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Hmm, no trick to finding
a reason to kill,

118
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if… if that’s all
you want is to kill.

119
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What’s your reason, Danceman?

120
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Well, you’re a gunfighter.

121
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I laid claim to the first
one set foot in this town.

122
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Well, I’m happy to know
it’s nothing personal.

123
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You’ll let me know
when you’re ready.

124
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I’ll see you
in the morning.

125
00:10:48,446 –> 00:10:50,214
If you don’t leave,
that is.

126
00:10:52,884 –> 00:10:55,219
Oh, you won’t leave.

127
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You’ve got gunfighter’s pride,
that makes you stay.

128
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It’s kind of a curse,
ain’t it?

129
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Once you’re called out,
there ain’t nothing you can do,

130
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except kill or be killed.

131
00:11:05,897 –> 00:11:08,065
Now, who told you that?

132
00:11:08,133 –> 00:11:10,301
I’d be foolish, indeed,

133
00:11:10,368 –> 00:11:12,803
to walk into a fight
that I could walk around.

134
00:11:12,871 –> 00:11:15,005
I don’t believe that.

135
00:11:15,073 –> 00:11:16,406
You ain’t no different.

136
00:11:16,474 –> 00:11:20,811
There’s only one thing
I would like you to believe:

137
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I make a very reluctant victim.

138
00:11:25,416 –> 00:11:27,684
Well, it’s going to take
more than reluctance

139
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to save you this
time, gunfighter.

140
00:11:30,088 –> 00:11:33,590
And don’t look for any
help from anybody else.

141
00:11:33,725 –> 00:11:35,793
They know I’ve got
my claim staked out,

142
00:11:35,860 –> 00:11:37,795
and you’re as good as dead.

143
00:11:40,865 –> 00:11:43,034
See you in the morning.

144
00:11:50,608 –> 00:11:52,944
Well, Phoenician,
you all right?

145
00:11:53,011 –> 00:11:54,979
Name’s Philpotts.

146
00:11:55,047 –> 00:11:56,981
All right.

147
00:12:09,561 –> 00:12:11,162
Did you meet him?

148
00:12:11,229 –> 00:12:12,496
I met him.

149
00:12:12,564 –> 00:12:13,664
What’d he say?

150
00:12:13,731 –> 00:12:16,667
He said he was
going to kill me.

151
00:12:16,734 –> 00:12:19,403
So, now you know.

152
00:12:19,471 –> 00:12:20,838
What are you going to do?

153
00:12:20,905 –> 00:12:22,673
I’m going to do
what I usually do

154
00:12:22,740 –> 00:12:24,175
when I’m tired-
I’m going to bed.

155
00:12:24,242 –> 00:12:26,077
He said he wouldn’t kill
me until tomorrow;

156
00:12:26,144 –> 00:12:27,345
he gave me that.

157
00:12:27,412 –> 00:12:29,013
Then why don’t
you leave now,

158
00:12:29,081 –> 00:12:30,314
while it’s easy?

159
00:12:30,382 –> 00:12:33,884
Danceman said my
“gunfighter’s pride”

160
00:12:33,952 –> 00:12:35,786
would keep me here.

161
00:12:35,854 –> 00:12:38,055
I prefer to think it’s
my native reluctance

162
00:12:38,123 –> 00:12:40,358
to be pushed around
by an unbalanced man

163
00:12:40,425 –> 00:12:41,692
who doesn’t even
carry a weapon.

164
00:12:41,759 –> 00:12:43,394
That don’t seem to matter.

165
00:12:43,462 –> 00:12:45,463
At least it don’t
to the others.

166
00:12:45,530 –> 00:12:48,599
We’ll see.

167
00:12:48,666 –> 00:12:50,968
Go to the hotel now.

168
00:12:53,071 –> 00:12:56,374
I don’t think they’ll give you
a room at the hotel, Paladin.

169
00:14:12,584 –> 00:14:14,118
Sheriff.

170
00:14:14,186 –> 00:14:16,787
Well, thought
you’d be gone by now.

171
00:14:16,854 –> 00:14:18,355
One way or the other.

172
00:14:18,423 –> 00:14:20,124
My guns were stolen
last night.

173
00:14:20,192 –> 00:14:22,093
Stole your guns, eh?

174
00:14:23,795 –> 00:14:27,030
Well, he don’t mind bending the
odds in his own favor, does he?

175
00:14:27,099 –> 00:14:28,599
Where do you stand now?

176
00:14:28,666 –> 00:14:30,534
Danceman’s made this
a peaceful town,

177
00:14:30,602 –> 00:14:32,303
but he’s made
it his own.

178
00:14:32,370 –> 00:14:33,804
That’s right.

179
00:14:33,872 –> 00:14:35,739
Then you don’t mind
going to Danceman

180
00:14:35,807 –> 00:14:37,608
with your hat in your hands

181
00:14:37,675 –> 00:14:39,210
asking for
permission to live?

182
00:14:39,277 –> 00:14:41,312
I’ve never had to ask him,
mister.

183
00:14:41,379 –> 00:14:43,180
I…

184
00:14:43,248 –> 00:14:44,815
I agree with him.

185
00:14:44,882 –> 00:14:49,553
Well, the minority respectfully
bows to the majority,

186
00:14:49,621 –> 00:14:51,054
but I would like a gun

187
00:14:51,123 –> 00:14:52,956
to protect myself
against a madman.

188
00:14:52,991 –> 00:14:57,728
You figure that Danceman
is mad, do you?

189
00:14:57,796 –> 00:14:59,630
Maybe.

190
00:14:59,698 –> 00:15:02,065
You know he lost his son
to a gunfighter?

191
00:15:02,133 –> 00:15:04,134
That’s how come
he’s gonna kill you.

192
00:15:08,607 –> 00:15:12,042
I don’t think that’s really
the answer to Danceman, though.

193
00:15:12,110 –> 00:15:13,311
Mad?

194
00:15:13,378 –> 00:15:14,912
As a March Hare.

195
00:15:14,979 –> 00:15:16,079
A gun?

196
00:15:16,315 –> 00:15:17,681
I can’t.

197
00:15:17,749 –> 00:15:21,785
Look, like I told you,
I don’t own this town.

198
00:15:21,853 –> 00:15:23,687
He does.

199
00:15:32,997 –> 00:15:36,200
Captain, Captain, I want
to thank you for what you did.

200
00:15:36,268 –> 00:15:37,368
It’s quite all right.

201
00:15:37,435 –> 00:15:40,804
Well, now wait.
Now, let me have a minute.

202
00:15:40,872 –> 00:15:43,574
I want to thank you
for helping out

203
00:15:43,642 –> 00:15:46,377
an old bum like me.

204
00:15:46,444 –> 00:15:49,946
I want to give you a token
of my appreciation.

205
00:15:50,015 –> 00:15:52,516
You want to give me something
I really want, give me a gun.

206
00:15:52,584 –> 00:15:54,885
A gun?

207
00:15:54,953 –> 00:15:57,488
I don’t have a gu…

208
00:15:57,556 –> 00:15:59,657
Nobody in this town’s
got a gun.

209
00:15:59,691 –> 00:16:01,125
Well, I don’t have
time right now.

210
00:16:01,192 –> 00:16:03,293
Here.

211
00:16:03,528 –> 00:16:04,729
Buy yourself a solid meal.

212
00:16:04,796 –> 00:16:06,864
Stay away from the liquor,
at least for tonight.

213
00:16:06,931 –> 00:16:08,733
But…

214
00:16:08,800 –> 00:16:11,068
I don’t want your money!

215
00:16:11,135 –> 00:16:12,302
Captain!

216
00:16:12,371 –> 00:16:14,672
If you didn’t
want me around,

217
00:16:14,740 –> 00:16:16,940
why did you
save me?

218
00:16:17,008 –> 00:16:18,642
Answer me that- why?

219
00:16:38,129 –> 00:16:40,397
Paladin, I knew you’d get back.

220
00:16:40,465 –> 00:16:43,733
Well, Juney,
I’m not leaving right away.

221
00:16:43,801 –> 00:16:45,235
I need a gun.

222
00:16:46,337 –> 00:16:47,437
Gun?

223
00:16:47,506 –> 00:16:49,506
I lost mine last night.

224
00:16:49,674 –> 00:16:51,975
Now, where do
you keep your guns?

225
00:16:55,647 –> 00:16:57,748
Juney…

226
00:16:57,816 –> 00:17:00,317
where do you
keep your guns?

227
00:17:00,385 –> 00:17:03,521
We don’t sell guns.

228
00:17:03,588 –> 00:17:05,489
Oh?

229
00:17:05,557 –> 00:17:08,292
A general store
that doesn’t carry guns?

230
00:17:08,359 –> 00:17:10,961
Come on.

231
00:17:11,029 –> 00:17:13,597
You tell me where they are,
and I’ll pick one out.

232
00:17:19,270 –> 00:17:21,071
Juney…

233
00:17:21,139 –> 00:17:24,442
now I don’t want you
to be a silly little girl.

234
00:17:24,509 –> 00:17:27,511
I want a gun.

235
00:17:27,579 –> 00:17:29,747
We don’t sell guns, Paladin.

236
00:17:29,948 –> 00:17:32,082
Juney should
have told you that.

237
00:17:32,150 –> 00:17:34,618
Juney did tell
me that, Cus.

238
00:17:34,686 –> 00:17:36,953
And I find it
very hard to believe.

239
00:17:37,021 –> 00:17:38,121
Ride out, Paladin.

240
00:17:38,189 –> 00:17:39,456
You don’t need
this fight.

241
00:17:39,524 –> 00:17:41,358
I’d be delighted
to ride out.

242
00:17:41,426 –> 00:17:43,327
You’re right,
I don’t need this fight.

243
00:17:43,395 –> 00:17:46,129
All I’m asking for is a gun
to protect myself with

244
00:17:46,197 –> 00:17:48,999
against your local assassin
while I do ride out.

245
00:17:49,867 –> 00:17:53,103
Now, Cus, I want a gun.

246
00:17:53,305 –> 00:17:54,971
You’ll have
to take it from me.

247
00:17:54,973 –> 00:17:56,940
I could do that.

248
00:17:57,008 –> 00:17:59,109
Like as not.

249
00:17:59,311 –> 00:18:01,811
Cus, loan me your gun.

250
00:18:01,879 –> 00:18:04,814
I can’t take the chance.

251
00:18:04,882 –> 00:18:07,417
He’d find out.

252
00:18:07,652 –> 00:18:09,687
How?

253
00:18:14,993 –> 00:18:16,159
Juney?

254
00:18:18,529 –> 00:18:20,964
I think it’s
fixin’ to storm.

255
00:18:22,533 –> 00:18:23,767
Cus…

256
00:18:25,737 –> 00:18:27,404
Cus, this is your daughter.
She…

257
00:18:27,472 –> 00:18:29,939
Danceman’s got a hold
on folks in this town.

258
00:18:30,108 –> 00:18:32,609
Well, what is his hold?

259
00:18:32,844 –> 00:18:34,444
I’m not all that sure I know.

260
00:18:37,448 –> 00:18:39,683
The one thing
I do know,

261
00:18:39,751 –> 00:18:42,586
his talk today is the thing
that happens tomorrow.

262
00:18:42,654 –> 00:18:44,588
He got us to do away
with our guns,

263
00:18:44,656 –> 00:18:46,223
and we’re a better
town for it.

264
00:18:46,290 –> 00:18:48,158
All right, Cus.

265
00:18:48,226 –> 00:18:49,793
All right.

266
00:18:54,932 –> 00:18:57,133
I’ll ride out.

267
00:18:59,471 –> 00:19:00,871
Juney.

268
00:19:04,776 –> 00:19:07,143
It’s gonna be all right.

269
00:19:59,864 –> 00:20:01,064
Paladin?

270
00:20:11,776 –> 00:20:14,210
I hear you’re going to leave.

271
00:20:56,253 –> 00:21:00,457
Or is it things look different
when you ain’t got a gun?

272
00:21:03,961 –> 00:21:07,030
I’m going to kill you,
just like I said.

273
00:21:14,071 –> 00:21:16,139
Danceman, why do
you have to kill?

274
00:21:25,617 –> 00:21:28,552
Nobody owns life.

275
00:21:28,620 –> 00:21:30,453
We just rent it.

276
00:21:30,522 –> 00:21:33,690
Try to get it as
cheap as possible.

277
00:21:35,660 –> 00:21:38,361
People make things-

278
00:21:38,429 –> 00:21:41,131
babies…

279
00:21:41,198 –> 00:21:43,567
poems, gold, silver.

280
00:21:43,635 –> 00:21:45,035
What do you make?!

281
00:21:49,040 –> 00:21:52,743
I’ll tell you what you make.

282
00:21:52,810 –> 00:21:55,478
Dead bodies is your business!

283
00:22:02,720 –> 00:22:07,658
Why don’t you tell me about
fighting for the just cause?

284
00:22:07,725 –> 00:22:10,059
Right and wrong,
law and order

285
00:22:10,127 –> 00:22:12,762
and all them other
things, huh?

286
00:22:12,897 –> 00:22:16,900
Seems like you justice gunmen
have got a license to kill

287
00:22:16,968 –> 00:22:19,937
half the population,
and get away with it.

288
00:22:24,442 –> 00:22:26,877
Everything you say
is filled with truth…

289
00:22:29,147 –> 00:22:31,748
…but you’re a lie, Danceman!

290
00:22:31,816 –> 00:22:34,718
I do not lie, Paladin.

291
00:22:34,786 –> 00:22:35,952
And you…

292
00:22:36,020 –> 00:22:38,021
you kill!

293
00:22:38,089 –> 00:22:41,925
You preach on one side of the
street and kill on another?

294
00:22:42,093 –> 00:22:46,029
Twist, distort.

295
00:22:46,096 –> 00:22:49,966
You turn friend against friend,
child against parent.

296
00:22:51,903 –> 00:22:53,937
Have you got anything more
to say?

297
00:22:55,940 –> 00:22:57,173
Get out of here.

298
00:22:57,241 –> 00:22:58,442
Hey, there.

299
00:22:58,509 –> 00:23:01,445
I got something for the captain,
something he wants.

300
00:23:01,512 –> 00:23:02,679
Up here.

301
00:23:05,483 –> 00:23:07,417
Don’t shoot the captain.

302
00:23:38,182 –> 00:23:39,983
Maybe he was right, Juney.

303
00:23:40,051 –> 00:23:44,955
When this town is standing
on its own feet again,

304
00:23:45,023 –> 00:23:47,690
when it’s taking care of
its own affairs again,

305
00:23:47,826 –> 00:23:49,926
then you decide.

306
00:23:57,167 –> 00:23:58,668
Come on.

307
00:24:18,389 –> 00:24:21,291
Well, thank you, Phoenician.

308
00:24:21,359 –> 00:24:25,528
Uh… name’s Philpotts.

309
00:24:25,596 –> 00:24:27,297
Who are you?

310
00:24:27,365 –> 00:24:32,336
I guess you’d have to call me
“the Bloody Chevalier.”

311
00:24:32,403 –> 00:24:33,971
Hmm.

312
00:24:35,306 –> 00:24:37,374
Who is he?

313
00:24:37,442 –> 00:24:38,976
He? Oh…

314
00:24:39,043 –> 00:24:40,944
He’s Death.

315
00:24:41,012 –> 00:24:43,347
He’s the Grim Reaper.

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