Rio Bravo 1959 CD2
It's getting too dark to do any good|out there. I'd just be a sitting duck.
Anything happen when Burdette left?
Nice as pie. Didn't say a word.
What was the shot when they came in?
That gunslinger of his was on the prod.
What'd he do?
Nothing, just grunted and growled,|made a few faces.
Took care of that. What happened here?
That tune, they been playing it all day.
What is it?
It's some Mexican piece.|I heard it farther south.
Good evening, Sheriff.
Colorado. What do you want?
Just curious again.
How'd you come out with Burdette?
He wanted to talk to his brother.
-What'd he have to say?|-Nothing.
You mean he didn't say anything?
Why are you so interested?
Because he's talking now.
Hear that music?
He told the man to play it.
What is it?
They call it The Deguello,|the cutthroat song.
The Mexicans played it for the Texas boys|when they had them pent up at the Alamo.
Played it day and night till it was all over.
Now do you know what he means by it?
No mercy for the losers.
You'll be hearing a lot of it.
I guess we made him talk after all.
Just thought you'd like to know, Sheriff.
-What?|-They don't need any help with that tune.
What's the matter,|is it getting through to you?
By the way, the stage got off all right.
I watched it clear through the valley.
In about six days the marshal will get here.
That's what I figured.
The girl wasn't on the stage.
I know that.
Tell her she could stay?
Yes, I did. What about it?
Nothing, nothing at all.
You were going to say something.
I remembered in time.
I remembered another girl came through|on a stage that stopped over.
I remember you told me she was no good.
I didn't believe you, but you were right.
So, naturally I figured you're an expert.
And you know just|what you're doing all the time.
I just hope you have better luck than I had.
You know, that's the first time|I've been able to laugh about that.
Maybe there's some hope for me yet.
But I doubt it.
That's what I like about you,|you're such an encouraging man.
If you go by the hotel,|pick up some coffee and sugar, will you?
Him? He didn't get no sugar.
His coffee's water poured|over the old grounds.
I'll learn him to talk out of turn.
Before I forget, your gun's a little stiff.|You mind if I file the action a bit?
I don't want you to file no action|on my gun.
I don't want no easy pull. I might|shoot myself. Get somebody else's.
Why don't you give him his own guns?
-I forgot all about them.|-Your memory is no better than mine.
They been locked up over a year|except when you...
...took them out|to clean them and oil them.
Where'd you get these?
Bought them off the fellow|you sold them to.
I don't know how to....
Let's take a turn around the town.|Get Stumpy his coffee.
Ain't you going to tell me|to get back in there?
No, stay out here and get shot.
I might do that just for spite.
Might get a laugh out of you.
What I put up with for $30 a month.
By the way, am I drawing pay?
Same as before.
In that case take out|what you gave for these guns.
If you're feeling so generous,|I could use an advance.
Buy a new pair of pants, new shirt.|Something without all these holes in it.
No need of that.
When you lit out,|you left some things behind.
I got them at the hotel.
You been keeping them all this time?
Been waiting till they fit you again.
You could use a bath and a shave, too.
I don't know about the shave.|I'm liable to cut my own throat.
There you are.
How about you, John T.?
Shall I work on you?
I do my own shaving.
I thought you did.
I was just reminding you.
Sure buy a lot of drinks with that.
You sure could.
I'll let you keep it for me.
Feathers, thanks for the shave.|Might call on you again.
Anytime, because I'll be here.
I didn't tell you, John T.,|Carlos is giving me a job.
Good for Carlos. Shall we take Stumpy|his coffee and things?
You in a hurry, John T.?|I'd like to talk to you.
-I'll wait for you.|-Thanks, Dude.
-I just wanted to ask you--|-What's this about a job?
Carlos says he's not sleeping very well.|Says I can help out downstairs.
Among other things.
You think I shouldn't?
Why ask me?
The way you said "tending bar."
-All right, I won't do it.|-I didn't say not to.
You don't like the idea.
Why should it be up to me?|Why should I care?
I don't know why you get mad|when I ask you.
-I'm not mad.|-You're not?
-You'd make anybody mad.|-I suppose I would.
As long as you haven't anything against it,|I'll take the job.
Thanks, I will.
What were you going to ask me?
-Never mind. You're in too bad a humor.|-What were you going to ask?
Whether you were going to sleep|in the hotel tonight.
Get one thing straight. There'll be no more|chair-sitting outside this door.
I know. I've given that up.
Anyway, I have a better idea.|Tonight you sleep in my room.
Anyone looking wouldn't look there first.
You'd have more time|if anything did happen.
Besides, I have a rocking chair,|it's more comfortable.
Just an idea. You can think about it.
When you're in a little better humor.
The shot came from the jail.
Chance, look out!
Don't go in there.
That idiot just took a shot at me.
Stumpy! You all right?
Sure I am, but there's a feller out there|with a black hat that ain't.
And I'm that fellow.
Look what he did to my hat.
Stumpy, that was Dude you shot at.
Dude? I didn't know.|Didn't look like Dude.
Fool almost blowed my head off.
How'd I know it was you?
You get yourself dolled up|like Astor's pet horse...
...and then stick your nose in that door|and don't say nothing.
Look at this hat.
If you hadn't ducked,|that's what your head would look like.
I never would have fired|if I knew it was you.
Okay, I know, just stop talking, will you?
The shot didn't bother me.|I've been shot at before.
You could have hollered.
Just 'cause you get cleaned up|don't mean you can't talk.
It's my fault. I should have yelled.|I shouldn't have taken a bath.
Just stop talking. Just let it be.
You been going around for years|like something the cat dragged in...
-...and now you expect--|-Shut up!
I told you, Stumpy, I've had it.
Don't let me tell you again.
You're getting a little touchy, aren't you?
I've been listening to|that old fool talk until I'm....
All right, I'm wrong.
That old fool is talking|because he nearly killed you.
He's the one that's scared.
We've been pampering you too much.
You better get some sleep.
You know, he acts like I done it|on purpose. And I didn't.
You see that door there?
That look like I done it on purpose?
It's going to get cold here at night.
And I'm going to leave it get cold.|Because I ain't going to fix that door.
It weren't my fault.
I'll fix the door.
How do you like your new job?
They've been keeping me pretty busy.
You through for the day? Going to bed?
I thought I would.
-Can I make you some coffee?|-No thanks.
-Anything to eat?|-Nope.
How about a drink?
I'll take a drink.
Carlos says this is for special guests.
Tired, aren't you, John T.?
I can fix you a nice hot bath.
All I want is that drink.
Then, this is all I can do for you?
I thought you said I could think about it.
You're right. I did.
Put it on the tab.
In case you make up your mind,|I left my door open.
Get a good night's sleep.
You're not helping me any.
Good morning, Dude.
Have a good night?
All right, I guess.
Stumpy fixed something.
I asked you a question.|You didn't answer it.
All right, I'll answer you.|I didn't sleep good...
...didn't eat anything.|I had a beer and it didn't do any good.
Think you can stand your watch?
When I can't do that I'll let you know.
Where's his hat?
Get out there.|We'll be along as soon as we get him tied.
Stumpy, did Dude have a bad night?
He's suffering "thunderation," Chance.
His mind's just beginning to work again,|and he sees what he done to himself.
He's got to sweat it out.
And don't let him cry|on your shoulder either.
He ain't done it yet.
Why are you so god darned ornery?|Always picking on Dude.
-You got any tobacco?|-No, I give the last there was to Dude.
He uses it up fast.|You got to get some for yourself.
But what I'm asking you|is why are you picking on Dude?
All right, be nice to him|and he'll fall apart in small pieces.
Maybe you're right.|You know him better than I do.
I guess some folks is built that way.|But that wouldn't work with me.
You could at least have a kind word|for me now and then.
Considering what I have to do around here.
The sweeping, and the cooking, and|the "nursemaiding" that killer back there.
Not even a "thank you" do I get.
Maybe you're right, Stumpy.
You're a treasure.
I don't know what I'd do without you.
Go back to being yourself.
Leastwise I'm used to that.
He's coming down the street now.
Good morning, Sheriff.
I been hearing a lot of talk.|Thought you might be interested.
Mostly about you telling Burdette|what would happen to Joe...
...if trouble started around the jail.
Guess he didn't expect to hear that.|Kind of new to me, too.
-Would you have said it any different?|-No.
If he was doing to me what he's doing|to you, I'd tell him the same thing.
He can't take a chance|on whether you'd do it or not.
I don't suppose so.
But you can be sure|he's going to try it a different way.
Got enough left there for another?
Sure. Help yourself.
You always keep that carbine cocked?
Only when I carry it.
How come you carry a rifle?
I found some were faster than me|with a short gun.
I don't suppose you have a match either?
All out of them, too.
I'll get some.
Sheriff, we ran into some trouble|on the road.
AI here is hurt. His horse threw him.
Your deputy said we could find a doctor.
Round the corner.
About three or four doors to the right.
Stay away from that rifle, Sheriff.
You can see we've still got our guns.
That ain't your deputy up the street.
Unloosen that belt.
-What've you done to him?|-Don't worry about him.
Worry about yourself. He's all right.
He ain't going to be and nor are you|unless you do as you're told.
Stay back here.
We're going down to the jail.
You'll turn Joe Burdette loose...
...or you and your deputy quit worrying|about this whole thing.
Take your choice.
Are you just going to stand here?
If you want to get him shot,|just go out there.
What'll it be?
If you want to do something,|when I get out on the porch...
...take that flowerpot and throw it|through the window.
Duck after you throw it.
Just keep coming, mister.
-Who, me?|-Yes, you.
Grab that horse.
-Colorado, where's he going?|-He's going to see if Dude's all right.
Chance, over here.
You look a little used.
What'd they do? I heard shooting.
They had me cold.
Going to make me open the jail.
I didn't have to. Colorado helped me.
If you'd have had him here,|this wouldn't have happened.
I can get up by myself!
I let them get me.
I let them walk right up|and stick my head in the water trough...
...and it was easy for them.
I'm good when I'm sober, boy, real good.
I should have known better.
A man ought to have sense enough|to know when he's no good no more.
-Where're you going?|-Get your hands off of me.
I said where're you going?
You've got no use for a man|you can't depend on.
One bad night and I'm done for.
An old man takes a pot shot at me|and I'm finished.
I tried and I tried hard,|and where did it get me?
Look at me.
I got them so bad.
What can a man do with hands like that?
I'm through. I quit, John. I quit.
All right, quit.
Nobody's trying to stop you.
If you want to quit, quit.
Go on back to the bottle, get drunk!
One thing, though.
Somebody throws a dollar in a spittoon,|don't expect me to do something about it.
Just get down on your knees|and go after it.
"Sorry" don't get it done, Dude.
That's the second time you hit me.|Don't ever do it again.
Maybe you're right.
Maybe you aren't much good anymore.
Here are your guns.
Fellow that took your hat|must have left this.
You get something out of it.
Now come on down to the jail, and|I'll give you the money you got coming.
I think this is your horse.
Yeah, that's mine. Thanks.
I guess Dude's all right.
Anyway, he's walking.
I'm so glad.
I was afraid.
My stomach seems....
Come on, maybe a drink will help.
Go on up to the jail and wait for me there.
Tell Stumpy to give you a drink.
What do you wish me to do|with this three dead men?
You're the undertaker, Bert. Bury them.
There's another one down by the bridge.|Send in your bill and the county'll pay you.
No need for that.
Each one of them had two new $50|gold pieces in his pocket.
Price is going up.
Bring their guns and other stuff to the jail.
It will be done.
Here is your gun.
Thank you, Carlitos.
He's inside the hotel.|He took the girl Feathers.
Better give me another, Colorado.
Look at me, Colorado, take a good look.
Would you say my head is soft?|Would you say I'm an idiot?
You'd be a liar then.
Better go easy on that stuff.
-That makes three you've had.|-Yep.
You'd be lying because that's what I am.
A softheaded idiot.
There isn't any other explanation|for staying around here...
...and inviting myself into this.|He told me....
We saw you coming back.|Dude was all right, wasn't he?
He's all right. So am l, thanks to you.
-Thank the lady here.|-Sure, thank the lady. She did a big thing.
She threw a flowerpot through the window|and helped get three men killed.
Or was it four?
Why did you make me do it?
-I made you do it?|-Sure, you did. Didn't he, Colorado?
He wasn't going to do|what those men told him.
You were just going to get yourself killed,|that's all.
Somebody had to--
What were you going to do, Sheriff?.
I'm glad I didn't have to make up my mind.
You weren't going down to that jail.
So somebody had to help you.
But you don't want anybody to do that,|do you?
You're right, you didn't make me help you.
It was my own idea.
It was my idea to stay.|You told me to get on that stage.
I know you did.
I'm glad you didn't.
I'm glad you didn't go.
What'd you have to say a thing|like that for?
You know, just when we get one thing|settled you have to go bring up another.
You just don't make any sense, that's all.
And neither do l.
And neither do you, Colorado.|What're you doing in this?
You don't have the excuse that I have.
I better go before I make a fool of myself.
I don't know why I should go, though,|because we're all fools.
We ought to get along very well together,|all of us.
I'm going, anyway.
We're just a bunch of idiots, that's all.
Just a bunch of idiots.
How did she get mixed up in this?
She didn't feel too good.
-She had a couple of drinks.|-I don't mean this. I mean out there.
She was going outside to help you.|How, I don't know. And neither did she.
I told her to throw that pot through|the window and I went out instead.
And that's your reason|for throwing in with me.
She's right. It doesn't make any sense.
Wheeler just talked about helping me.
But you saved my neck.
Burdette isn't going to kiss you for that.
So you're in.
Don't tell me you didn't think about that.|Before you did it, I mean.
If I'm going to get shot at,|I might as well get paid for it.
How do I get a badge?
Come on, I'll get you one.
I ought to tell you. Dude's quitting.
I'm sorry for that.|But I figure why is not my business.
You've got peculiar ways of choosing|what is your business.
You telling me they was going to bring|Chance in here to make me turn Joe loose?
Why, they're crazy.
God darn fools.
Chance brings in three strangers,|tells me to unlock the door...
...what do they think I'm going to do?|You know what I'm going to do.
I'm going to start blasting.
Where'd you get that hat?
Chance gave it to me. For a souvenir.
For a what?
-Stumpy, we're coming in.|-Well, come ahead.
See, he ain't too proud to yell.
Stumpy, where do you keep|the deputy sheriff badges?
In the right-hand drawer there.
You know where that book is,|the one with the oath?
No! lf you can't take care of your own|truck don't look for me to do it.
We'll have to do without it.|Raise your right hand.
Do you solemnly swear to take|on the duties of a sheriff's deputy--
Found yourself another knot-head|who don't know when he's well off?.
...in the County of Presidio|of the great State of Texas?
And that includes taking orders from me.
All right, Sheriff.|How about giving me one.
Get over to the hotel|and pick up your stuff.
Move in here.
What are you laughing about?
What I got myself in for.
Cheerful about it anyways, ain't he?
-How good do you think he is?|-He's all right.
You think he's as good|as Wheeler said he was?
He threw me my gun and while it was|in the air, he got one of them.
-Then he got another one.|-Good enough.
Is he as good as I used to be?
It'd be pretty close.
I'd hate to have to live on the difference.
Then you got the best of it. Him for me.
What's he talking about, him for me?
Nobody never tells me|nothing around here.
What's got into you?
Look at me. Ain't that pretty?
Shaking worse all the time.
What can a man do with hands like that?|Tell me, what?
Take a drink! You said Chance told you to.|You did, didn't you, Chance?
He can take the whole bottle.
Don't close it.
Didn't spill a drop.
Shakes are gone...
...just because of a piece of music.
Till they played that piece,|I forgot how I got into this thing.
Keep on playing it,|I don't think I'll ever forget again.
Chance, give me another shot at it...
...Stumpy can take the bottle away.
You heard him.
Bring it out, put it back.|Nobody ever asks me if I need a drink.
I ain't going to wait for them to ask me,|because I do.
You two are enough to drive a man to it.
I think I'll go watch the road again.
Unless you need me for something else.
Did you forget this?
You could clean up a little.
Yeah, you're a heck of a looking deputy.
I'm better than I look.
I'll do that tonight.
If you think of it, send me some food.|I think I could eat something.
Nothing in his stomach.
Nothing but guts.
You can quit worrying about him|and start thinking about me.
We know about him,|he's going to be all right, but I ain't.
That got my goat.|I can't watch a man get down.
Where're you going?
To get Dude something to eat.|And you'd better--
I know, get back in my hole.
No, you'd better watch out for Colorado|when he comes back.
I forgot to tell him|how trigger-happy you are.
We get a good man, he has to watch you|to keep from getting shot full of holes.
Close the window!
Still talking about that little accident|last night.
Never can satisfy him.
That's real pretty. Go on, play some more.
Why don't you play something|I can sing with you?
That's nice. Ain't it, Chance?
It's better than being out|in the street and getting shot at.
I can't argue with you.
-You're right, Stumpy.|-Right about what?
-I should have thought of it before.|-Thought about what?
Burdette's shown his hand.|He isn't going to rush this jail.
Everything he's tried has been outside.
We could sit here and wait for the marshal.
Only be three or four days.
How much food you got, Stumpy?|Enough for all of us?
Yeah, if you can eat what I eat.
-Water and firewood?|-Filled up this morning.
We do need some blankets and tobacco,|and matches.
-Less you got plenty.|-He ain't.
-And a few bottles of beer, Dude?|-Thanks, Stumpy.
There's another thing now...
...if we're all going to be in here|three or four days, close together like...
...it might be a good idea if a certain|party, not to mention no names was to...
...do what he said he'd do.
A horse barn's a good place but it ain't|a place for a fellow to roll around in.
All right, Stumpy.
Me, I like roses, but this fellow|ain't no rose this fellow I'm talking about.
I'm going to take a bath. I said I would.
Dude, I never had no idea you wouldn't.
I was just a wondering when.
He'll keep talking till we get out of here.
I'll take a bath|while you gather up the stuff.
Yell when you get back, because|you look different when you're clean.
How you do that?
It's easy, Carlos.|You just weren't watching.
Carlos, open up.
Buenas tardes, Senor Chance.|I think it is best to lock the door.
Carlos, I'm sleeping over at the jail tonight.|All of us are.
We'll need some blankets,|plenty of tobacco, and matches.
-And some beer, too.|-Feeling better?
-That's all you need?|-That's all.
When you get the stuff together,|let us know. I'll be upstairs.
Now don't make any noise.
Open your mouth.
Have you got any soap|that smells like roses?
I have some soap,|but it doesn't smell like a rose.
Won't do. Won't do. Stumpy likes roses.
The fellow that likes roses.
No, he watches the jail.
Hurry it up.
Yeah, what's all this|about moving down to the jail?
Something I should have done|two or three days ago.
Are you sorry you didn't?
I know an easy way of telling you.
Can't you talk plainer than that?
Chance, give me a towel.
What'd you say?
Somebody's telling me something.
I can't-- Give me a towel, will you?
He's a big help.
I'll finish telling you later.
The Dude went in to take a bath.
I couldn't see,|but I don't think he has his guns.
The sheriff's upstairs talking to the girl.|He has his gun.
I don't want to go up and get him.
-Burdette wants him alive.|-Then don't talk so loud.
He'll come charging here with that rifle|and we'll have to kill him.
-That might just work.|-What?
The stairs are pretty dark.
We stretch a rope across them.|Let him hear something.
Give me that piece of rope.|Come on, give me a hand.
Hurry it up, will you?
Be right out.
If you're leaving,|I might as well get some sleep.
I don't suppose I could come by|the jail once in a while...
-...and see if you needed anything.|-I don't want you anyplace around there.
I was afraid of that.
That means I won't see you|for three or four days.
That's a long time, you know.
You'll live through it.
Yeah, you do the same.
All right, you both better get out there.|You, too, Pedro.
Leave the door open a little.
Get the gag out of her mouth.
Now, lady,|we want you to call the sheriff down here.
Maybe this'll help.
Please don't. Don't!
He's out cold. Get upstairs, quick!
Hold it, Dude.
Just keep coming, lady.
All right, everybody, downstairs.
All right, get on your feet.
Come on, get up!
Can you walk?
Where're we going?
That's up to you.
We go to the jail and you let Joe go.
Or we tuck you two away|and make a trade with Stumpy.
Take your choice.
You won't make any deal with Stumpy.
-You'll just get Joe killed.|-Not if he knows we got you two.
They got us. We're licked.
Go on, take them over to the jail,|and tell Stumpy to open up and let Joe go.
-Are you out of your mind?|-I'm telling you to do it now.
Stumpy couldn't hold out. He hasn't got|water or food and he's all alone.
Nobody to get him any water.|Now go on, do it.
-Do you know what you're saying?|-I do.
I'm thinking good, too.|Now do what I tell you.
And then after they get Joe,|what happens?
All we want is Joe.
-You still think it's a good idea?|-I still think it's good.
We'll go over to the jail.
Take the shells out of his gun.
I unloaded his pistol.
Steve, you and Harry come along with me.
Now look, Sheriff,|we're going out of here natural like.
You carry your gun|and don't do anything to make anybody...
...think something is wrong.
If you have to explain to Stumpy,|tell him we put up bail for Joe.
Burdette's got it figured out pretty good.
If it was up to me,|you'd have never got up off the floor.
Some of those you killed|were friends of mine.
Give him his rifle.
Yell to Stumpy you're coming in.|We've been watching you.
Stumpy, this is Chance.
It took you long enough.
Steve, cover from out here.
All right, open up.|We're going to let Joe go.
His friends here put up bail.
Give me the keys then.|They're on your desk there.
-This fellow will talk all right.|-Watch him. I'm going after Dude.
You go along with him. I'll watch him.
Now watch yourself.
There's two of them holding Dude.
All right, Colorado.
They took Dude|when they heard the shooting.
They went out the back door.|They had horses. I heard them.
They've gone all right.
We going to go after them?
I told Nathan Burdette what'd happen|if he came after his brother.
You ought to remember that.
You thought it was funny.
What do you think he'd do|if we went after Dude?
I didn't think.
Think the shoe's on the other foot now.
The men who took Dude,|they were very angry.
They say Dude set a trap for them.
He sent them over there, all right.
He knew what he was doing.|Knew what Stumpy would do, too.
That's why they're not happy about it.
What're you going to do?
It's what Burdette will do.
Carlos. Get a hold of Burdette.
I don't care how.|Tell him I want to talk to him.
Tell him to set the time and the place.|But I want to talk to him.
We'll be at the jail.
Aren't you sorry now|you didn't get on the stage?
Come on, Colorado.
Let's wake up the Chinaman again.
It's me, Carlos.
What's the matter? What'd he say?
He say he don't want to talk to you.
He say if you want Dude back,|he'll make a trade.
Dude for Joe.
He'll be in his place over by the creek.
He'll be there half an hour after sunup.
He'll have Dude.|If you'll bring Joe, he'll be waiting.
He said to let him know.
Tell him we'll be there.
You're crazy! You can't do that!
Not even if Dude was your own brother.
What can I do?
What we figured on doing.|Hole up till the marshal comes.
When the marshal takes Joe,|what'll happen to Dude?
Dude knew what he was in for|when he sent you over here.
I'd like to add my two cents worth, Sheriff.
From what I hear,|you and Dude are the only witnesses.
Let's say that we're the only ones|that'll talk.
After Nathan gets Joe back,|he's still got to live here.
Which means you two can't, and|if you don't have Joe, what'll stop him?
The brakes'll be off then.
That ought to be as plain|as the nose on your face.
You're right, Colorado.
But you and Stumpy didn't see the killing.
I don't think he'll bother you two.
-I'm not worried.|-Me neither.
You'll just wait for the marshal to come.
-He's still going to want you and Dude.|-I'd say so.
You can't get out of town|because he's got it bottled up.
When you make the trade|then Burdette's going to get both of you.
After a little argument.
-But why at all? Why the both of you?|-Dude ought to have a chance.
He won't get one the other way. Will he?
You're going to have me crying.
Fellow's got to be a drunk to get anywhere|around here. I might as well start now.
Go ahead, Carlos.
About time to go.
How about I go ahead,|see if they'll play any tricks?
Look out here.
We're drawing quite a crowd.
There won't be any tricks.|At least not till we make the trade.
Besides, you're not going.
When you decided to make the trade|for Dude, I went along with you.
I'm going along now.
Just say I'd like a closer look.
Up to now I thought you were smart.|Stumpy, you're not going.
Why ain't I going?|Give me one good reason why?
I'll give you one.
You've done a good job in here because|you haven't had to move around much.
But out there if anything happens,|you'll have to move, and move fast.
I'd feel better if you weren't there.
It's plain enough.|Old cripples ain't wanted.
You give me a reason.
Do you want that I should bring Joe out,|or do you want to do that yourself?.
Bring him out.
I think I'll take along a rifle,|some extra shells.
I told you I'd get out of here.
Open your mouth again|and we'll carry you out.
See you, Stumpy.
That's far enough, Joe.
Through the barn.
Just sit down over there|on those grain sacks.
You want a closer look?
This is close enough.
Take that window.
We're ready, too.
I'll start Joe.
All right, Joe.
You can start walking very slow.
And stop if I say stop...
...or I'll stop you.
Bring him out.
Do you want me to go help Dude?
He'll take Joe all right.
He's got a strange way of doing it.
He'll take him.
You're right. He did.
Hey, Chance, I got Joe.
He can't walk, but I can drag him.
Stay right where you are.
We'll throw you a gun.
I'll do it. I'm closer.
Wait till we start shooting, Dude,|then make a grab for it.
Let's make a little noise, Colorado.
That ought to start something.
On your left!
Two of them made it to that shack.
If they get across that creek,|we'll be in bad shape.
They'll get behind us.
I don't know how|we're going to stop them from here.
Is that who I think it is?
The fellow I left behind.
Don't shoot, it's me.
Carlos, what are you doing here?
I bring you some more shells.|You might need them.
Who'll turn up next?
Maybe the girl with another flowerpot.
Chance, Stumpy sitting in a bad place.|That wagon's got dynamite in it.
I go tell him.
You stay here. I'll go get him.
Give me those shells.
Stumpy, get out of there.
No. Come on, I got a front seat.|It's a good one.
You got a good seat, all right.
That's wagon's full of dynamite.
Why don't nobody never tell me nothing?
Get away from that wagon|or you won't be around to hear anything.
Stumpy, hurry up! What are you doing?
What do you think I'm doing?|Taking a siesta?
I brought us some dynamite.
That's a good idea.
Let's get farther away from that wagon.
Can you shoot as good as you say you can?
-Can you throw?|-Near as far as you can shoot.
We'll find out. Get that box open.
Let it go!
That was a good one.
Get one a little farther out there.
There you go again.
What would you do|if I wasn't throwing them for you?
I'd throw them myself.
Yeah, I guess you would at that.|You ready?
Let it go.
Dude, how do you like them apples?
That's all right.
Throw one for me.
Go ahead, but throw it harder this time.
There you go again.|You never can satisfy you.
Here you are, Dude.
Took you two.
I didn't allow for the wind.
Can't you throw them any farther?
I can if you want to blow|the whole place down.
That's the general idea. Throw it!
Don't shoot. We've had enough.
That got them.|That took the fight out of them.
Look at them quit.
Sure is quiet out there.
There isn't a Burdette man left|in town outside those who got locked up.
Rest of them all cleared out.|We won't have any trouble.
What do you want to do about them?
Want to take them to Presidio|or wait for the marshal?
-We'll wait for the marshal.|-Wait for the marshal?
I'm glad you agree, since you have|to cook for them and watch them.
That ain't the way I said it.|I said, "Wait for the marshal?"
And that's a question.
I'm fed up feeding them,|and I ain't going to watch them.
I've been sitting back there so long|in the dark that I feel...
...like a gopher or a burrowing owl|or something.
When I went outside,|couldn't hardly see in the daylight.
I'll watch it for you if you want to go out.
I guess it's dark enough I can go outside,|it wouldn't hurt my eyes none.
I don't think it would.
Maybe get myself slicked up a smidge and|have a drink, it wouldn't hurt me either.
I don't think it would.
Should I go?
-You ain't going to give me a argument?|-No.
Don't care whether I go or not.
Have you seen that girl yet?
I said, "Have you seen that girl yet?"
Didn't have time.
The Fort Worth stage is in.|They run at night.
Should be leaving soon.
-You mean she's going on it?|-I don't know.
I don't think you do either.
But if it was me, I'd find out.
I wouldn't walk around wondering about it.
She might be leaving and she might not.
She might need help making up her mind.
But you're the expert.
Me, I don't know anything about women.
Next thing you'll be telling me|you don't remember one.
A man forgets.
Sometimes it isn't easy.
Something happens, he just forgets.
In case you're interested, I have.
I don't even want a drink.
It's about time.
I was getting awful tired|of taking care of you.
If you want to jump in, I'll take care of you.
What is this now?|You're going to take care of him.
-Tell me about it.|-Sheriff's got himself a girl.
We ain't going to go through that again?
You going to do|the same thing Dude done?
-Keep still.|-Why don't somebody tell me these things?
Where you going?
Let him go, Stumpy.
No fooling,|has the sheriff got himself a girl?
I think so, but he doesn't know it yet.
-She got him on the run?|-She sure has.
I can just see him.
Laying down the law to her.
"I told you to get back in there! "
And then getting told off himself.
Everything is all right?
-I am so happy.|-Thank you, Consuelo.
You look for the girl?
She's in there.
"No got time."
Hi, John T.
Just a second while I get my shoe tied.
It's all over, isn't it, John T.?
Where'd you get those things?
I wore them the last place I worked.
Why are you wearing them now?
Tonight's a big night.
Consuelo thought|a little entertainment might help.
I'm going to do a song.
You need a rig like that to sing?
You haven't heard me sing.
My legs aren't so bad.|Consuelo thought these tights might help.
But you don't like them.
-I didn't say that.|-You don't want me to wear them.
I didn't say that either.
-Is it because they show so much of me?|-They certainly do that.
You're a stubborn man, John T.
Sometimes I know what you're thinking.
And other times....
You just can't make up|your mind about me, can you?
You like what you see.
You like kissing me.|You like what you touch.
But you decided in the beginning|what kind of a girl I was.
And I haven't helped much.
I wore these before I met you.
I wanted you to know it.
To know what kind of a girl|you were getting.
I wanted you to get that funny look|on your face and tell me not to wear them.
But it didn't work.
You didn't even get mad.
I told you once|you wouldn't have to say anything.
That I'd know, but I don't know.
So, you're going to have to talk.
I'm hard to get, John T.
You're going to have to say you want me.
-Where're you going?|-Downstairs.
You'd better not.
Why had I better not?
Because I'm still sheriff.
You wear those things in public,|I'll arrest you.
I've waited so long for you to say that.
I thought you were never....
You have the funniest way|of saying things.
Just when I think|you're going to say one thing--
Get those darn things off. I'll wait outside.
No, you don't have to go.|I can use this screen.
Besides I want you to stay here...
...because the other thing is all over now,|isn't it?
I'm trying to hurry, but I'm all thumbs.
What I had to go through!
Put on these tights,|ask a lot of questions...
...start to walk out.|I thought you were never going to say it.
That you loved me.
I said I'd arrest you.
It means the same thing, you know that.|You just won't say it.
We're different.|I'll have to get used to you.
Me, I just talk all the time.
You most certainly do.
You'll get used to that. You'll have to.
Either that or start talking, too.
Tell me something.
These tights, now why didn't you|want me to wear them?
Because I didn't want anybody|but me to see you in them.
I like that.
You're getting better already.
Shall I save them|and wear them just for you?
-Do you think I'll ever get to be a sheriff?.|-Not unless you mind your own business.
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