144-“Everyman”

Season 4, Episode 27 – Original Airdate: (March 25, 1961)

Directed by Byron Paul, Written by Richard DeLong Adams.

BARRY KELLEY as Danceman
(Trial at Tablerock, 1962) as Judge Bryant
(The Prisoner, 1960) as Sheriff Carlton
DAVID WHITE as Cus Mincus
(Marshal of Sweetwater, 1962) as Marshal Tom Carey
(The Golden Toad, 1959) as Webster
(Unforgiven, 1959) as General Crommer
SUZI CARNELL as Juney
(The Gospel Singer, 1961) … Melissa
JUNE VINCENT as Mme. Destin
(Broken Image, 1961) as Jeanie Decker
(Black Sheep, 1960) as Mrs. Duvoisin / Mrs. McNabb
(The Colonel and the Lady, 1957) as Martha Lathrop
(Strange Vendetta, 1957) as Maria Rojas
KUNG FU (The Way of Violence Has No Mind, 1974) as Meg
VIC PERRIN as Drunk
(The Campaign of Billy Banjo, 1960) as Sheriff Cooley
(The Night the Town Died, 1960) as Frazier
(Show of Force, 1957) as Arnold Haskins
(Winchester Quarantine, 1957) as Rheinhart
ROY ENGEL as Sheriff
(The Kid, 1961) as Rudy – Bartender
(The Piano, 1961) as Piano Thief
(The Gospel Singer, 1961) as Barber
(The Ballad of Oscar Wilde, 1958) as Matson
LOYAL T. LUCAS as 1st Miner
LAWRENCE DUTCHISON as 2nd Miner
HAL NEEDHAM as Saloon Brawler
BUDDY ROOSEVELT as Bartender

INT. HOTEL CARLTON – PALADIN’S HOTEL SUITE – EVENING

MME. DESTIN
Do not try to woo your fortune, Paladin. The cards are between us. Now, you must select a card…your card. Aha, how true. The Chevalier of the Sword. Your fortune is a refreshment…after telling a hundred bored old ladies that their future is nothing but boredom. Ah. The Wheel. The Wheel of Life will turn for you. You will travel far soon and see much.

PALADIN
I will travel to Temple City in the morning, and that’s not all that much. And besides, it’s not until the morning.

MME. DESTIN
Scoffer.

PALADIN
Well, there I am again. Now, what does that mean, Elaine? What does it mean?

MME. DESTIN
It’s so bloody. It…So bloody. Oh, Paladin, I…

PALADIN
Oh, come on. Elaine, come on. Look at me. Come on. Now, read the cards. You haven’t finished them. I’m dying with anticipation. Come on.

MME. DESTIN
But it’s the Reaper death. The Reaper death and the bloody b…

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

MME. DESTIN
Oh, but this one will help you. The Drowned Sailor- the-the Phoenician. He’ll help you.

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

MME. DESTIN
Oh, and so must you, Paladin.

PALADIN
A drowned sailor in the desert to help me against the Reaper death? No.

EXT. TEMPLE CITY – DAY

43
00:03:55,768 –> 00:03:57,535
Juney.

44
00:03:58,604 –> 00:04:00,772
Well, now, if one year

45
00:04:00,839 –> 00:04:02,973
can do this to a skinny
little girl,

46
00:04:03,041 –> 00:04:05,176
I, with Pericles,
will be guided by time,

47
00:04:05,243 –> 00:04:07,411
the wisest counselor of all.

48
00:04:10,816 –> 00:04:12,817
I ain’t skinny no more.
I’ll say you’re not.

49
00:04:12,885 –> 00:04:14,452
What’d you bring
me from Frisco?

50
00:04:16,121 –> 00:04:17,355
I brought you a doll.

51
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I’ll change it.

52
00:04:20,559 –> 00:04:22,527
I’ll change it
for French perfume

53
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or China silk stockings.
Juney.

54
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Juney.

55
00:04:25,464 –> 00:04:26,898
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
00:04:32,738 –> 00:04:35,006
Hello, Cus.

59
00:04:35,207 –> 00:04:37,809
Thought you’d consider Juney
and stay away from us, Paladin.

60
00:04:40,412 –> 00:04:42,613
Cus, that’s not much
of a greeting for an old friend.

61
00:04:44,183 –> 00:04:45,483
I know, I…

62
00:04:49,588 –> 00:04:52,090
Cus?

63
00:04:52,158 –> 00:04:54,192
What’s wrong?

64
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Man in town says
he’s going to kill

65
00:04:55,928 –> 00:04:57,528
the first gunfighter
he finds.

66
00:04:57,730 –> 00:04:59,463
I don’t want
it to be you,

67
00:04:59,532 –> 00:05:01,399
or anybody else.

68
00:05:04,570 –> 00:05:05,737
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
00:07:36,755 –> 00:07:39,991
Ah, he’s only
an old bar rat, mister.

77
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Yeah, who are you?

78
00:07:41,727 –> 00:07:44,662
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
00:08:00,478 –> 00:08:03,781
You know what he is?

83
00:08:03,849 –> 00:08:07,018
He’s a gunfighter,
that’s what he is.

84
00:08:13,124 –> 00:08:16,226
Yeah, a gunfighter.

85
00:08:28,908 –> 00:08:30,808
Need some help with him?

86
00:08:30,876 –> 00:08:32,810
Thank you.

87
00:08:36,381 –> 00:08:38,549
Get him over here
on the bench.

88
00:08:45,224 –> 00:08:47,491
Gee, it stinks.

89
00:08:47,559 –> 00:08:49,827
Those swine were
going to burn him, huh?

90
00:08:49,895 –> 00:08:52,230
Yeah. Yeah, we let him
sleep it off here,

91
00:08:52,297 –> 00:08:54,232
he’ll be all right.

92
00:08:55,533 –> 00:08:58,002
He looks like
a drowned rat.

93
00:09:01,607 –> 00:09:03,874
Or perhaps a…

94
00:09:06,178 –> 00:09:07,745
…drowned sailor?

95
00:09:09,114 –> 00:09:10,247
A Phoenician?

96
00:09:10,382 –> 00:09:12,316
You know the cards?

97
00:09:13,585 –> 00:09:15,552
They’re just
superstition.

98
00:09:15,621 –> 00:09:17,021
He won’t help you.

99
00:09:22,227 –> 00:09:23,794
Well, I’m much
obliged to you.

100
00:09:24,863 –> 00:09:26,797
Uh, I suppose
you’ve noticed

101
00:09:26,865 –> 00:09:28,799
we wear no guns
in this town.

102
00:09:30,402 –> 00:09:31,669
Yes, I have.

103
00:09:31,736 –> 00:09:33,904
It’s a very laudable idea.

104
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Well, I’m… I’m
glad you agree.

105
00:09:36,942 –> 00:09:38,843
But since I’m just
passing through,

106
00:09:38,910 –> 00:09:41,079
I think I’ll,
uh, keep this one.

107
00:09:42,547 –> 00:09:45,583
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
00:09:59,932 –> 00:10:02,466
I’m not surprised.

112
00:10:02,534 –> 00:10:04,135
I’m going to kill
you, gunfighter.

113
00:10:07,572 –> 00:10:10,341
Always ready to go for
the gun, aren’t you?

114
00:10:10,409 –> 00:10:11,675
It’s a sign of the breed.

115
00:10:13,078 –> 00:10:16,513
How many men have
you killed, Paladin?

116
00:10:16,581 –> 00:10:18,182
More than I would’ve wished.

117
00:10:18,250 –> 00:10:21,218
Hmm, no trick to finding
a reason to kill,

118
00:10:21,286 –> 00:10:23,254
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
00:10:32,064 –> 00:10:33,797
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
00:10:44,109 –> 00:10:46,210
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
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to walk into a fight
that I could walk around.

134
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I don’t believe that.

135
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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
00:11:27,752 –> 00:11:30,020
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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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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