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- You got orders? - Yeah.
Check in. Stay off the streets. There's no liberty.
- Where's Mitch? - He died a couple of months ago.
- What happened? - Just didn't wake up one morning.
l was a shipmate of his. Name's Baxter. Ex-chief signalman. l took over.
- Everything? - Yeah, everything.
Gimme a UB of whiskey.
- He was all right, though. - They start liberty again?
Nah. Transferrin' to a new ship. The San Pablo.
You can have my part of that. Them gunboats are nothin'.
- Well, they got engines, ain't they? - Sure.
Well, then they ain't nothin'.
- You likee me? - Oh, much like all the sailor man!
Uniform gets 'em every time.
We can't threaten them into being our friends.
- Exactly. - Then what's the point?
Now, you can hate the gunboats and what they represent, Jameson,
but you missionaries are only tolerated because we have them.
- l question that. - The Chinese'd run you out, otherwise.
They hate you and despise you. Dare you know that?
l dare love them in return, and l dare trust God rather than guns.
Yes, but when there are anti-foreign riots,
how often have you fled to the gunboat for protection?
To my shame, twice. But never again.
My name is Hamilton.
- Holman. - How do you do? This is Miss Eckert.
And Mr Jameson. As you may have gathered, Mr Jameson is a missionary. Miss Eckert, too.
- And this is Mr Outscout. - How do you do?
- Where are you headed? - Uh, San Pablo. Gunboat.
Well, if l were you, l'd jump overboard while l still had time.
- Do you know anything about her? - Uh-uh.
American gunboats in central China are a painful local joke, Mr Holman.
- And the most painful is the San Pablo. - Oh, yeah?
l think she's something you chaps inherited from Spain after the Spanish-American War.
Well, l missed that one.
They don't let her on the Yangtze proper. They keep her up in some small river.
You must know her. She operates near Changsha.
- Yes. We know her. - Mr Jameson dislikes gunboats.
Whatever flag they fly. English, French, American...
Symbols of what the great powers did to this nation.
Nation? Don't be ridiculous.
lt's a patchwork quilt of bandits, warlords, mobs, rape, loot and chaos.
China will be unable to put her own house in order
until she is free of your enslaving, unequal treaties.
Foreigners collecting her taxes, placed in charge of her Customs, postal system...
Foreigners enjoying immunity from her laws. Would we tolerate a Frenchman
who had committed a crime in America not to be tried in our courts?
You know Chinese justice.
Confessions by torture, corruption...
Have you seen the executioner of the warlords walk through the streets? ''Oh, you.''
''Ah. You!''
Well, do you think that's funny?
Well, you do it kinda funny.
Yes, those things happen. But they're trying.
Responsible Chinese leaders are trying to put their house in order.
- From the south, the Nationalist Party... - Mobs, that's all l see. Mobs that threaten us.
Confusing, isn't it? And painful.
l bequeath China and her agonies to you youngsters, with pity,
and with the hope that perhaps you can understand what's going on,
can comprehend what so many people are going to have to die for.
The good, the bad... the innocent.
- Excuse me, sir, but you're talking rot. - Conceivably.
A firm hand, that's what's needed.
That's what you're doing here.
Hey. Listen, l run the engine.
All this other is just ''looksee-pidgin''.
- l beg your pardon? - To make a show. Something for the officers.
l don't fool with it.
Oh, don't stop.
l can't do no more. Just butterflies and rabbits.
ls this your first trip upriver?
Did you understand what they were talking about last night?
- Politics. - l'd like to know more.
l'm not a missionary, l'm a teacher. And if l'm going to teach, l ought to know more.
You gonna try to teach the slopeheads?
l taught back home in high school. Vermont.
- Where's your home? - Well, l was born in Grover, Utah.
But my home's whatever ship l'm on.
You're an engineer, huh?
l'd have thought the engine on a large ship is more interesting than the one on a gunboat.
Too many guys tryin' to tell you how to run it.
See, on a small ship you haven't got any of that military crap.
They, uh... They leave you alone.
l had a brother in the navy during the war.
He was a lieutenant in the reserve.
- How long have you been in the navy? - Nine years.
- And out here? - Seven.
See, most China sailors, they don't go back.
They pull their 20, 30 years and shack up with a Chinese girl, open up a bar.
l see.
l mean, l keep asking myself the same question about what l'm doing here.
l'm kinda frightened.
lt may be romantic, but l wanted to be swept up by something.
One night, Mr Jameson showed coloured slides in the basement of the church.
Slides of his mission, China Light.
- How long you sign up for? - Seven years.
Well, those slopeheads could use some teaching.
l hope you're good at it. Long as you're good at something, they can't bust you down.
Like me, you know, with the engine.
The Reverend'll probably tell you that nice American girls don't talk to China sailors.
lt's not your brother's navy.
l'm sorry if l've embarrassed you.
l can't help feeling a sort of sadness about his life.
Yes, it would be sad - if he wanted something else.
They don't. They reduce life to a very simple point, or no point at all.
As long as they obey orders, the navy takes care of them.
The way of life appeals to a certain kind of man.
- Hello. l takee. - l got it.
- l takee all gear sailor man. - OK! Takee.
- OK. - Takee!
- That guy sure likes to carry things. - Ah, it's his rice bowl.
You must be Holman, huh? We was wondering when you'd get here.
Well, Shanghai slowed me up a little bit. Had a hell of a time tryin' to find you.
Oh, we only come down to civilisation every couple of years for overhaul.
Welcome aboard the Sand Pebble. That's what we call her. We're Sand Pebbles.
- Frenchy Burgoyne. - Yeah. Hey, you got an engineerin' officer?
No, just the skipper and the exec. You'll be the senior engineering rate.
- Yeah? - Wong will show you your bunk.
l wanna look at the engine first.
All thing proper. You makee looksee, master.
Any side proper. All OK.
Hello, engine.
l'm Jake Holman.
Coffee, sailor man?
Ah. Good boy, Wong.
Through with the butter?
Welcome aboard. My name's Bronson.
- Hiya. - Hey, what's your name, buddy?
- Holman. - Stawski. Machinist's mate.
- That's Farren. Bosun's mate, second class. - Howdy.
- The redhead is Shanahan, ship's writer. - Yeah, that's me. Red Dog.
- Red Dog ''bite 'em in the butt'' Shanahan. - Red Dog, cut it out!
- Jennings, pharmacist's mate. - Hey, Holman.
When you meet those pigs at the Red Candle at Changsha, the doc's a man's best friend.
Right, Crosley?
Say, Holman, what was your last ship?
Flagship. Asiatic fleet.
- Harris, electrician. Navy's foulest mouth. - So don't get me started.
- What do you want for breakfast? Tell Wong. - Eggs.
- Sure. How many? - Half a dozen?
- You got 'em. Over easy, or what? - Yeah, over easy.
- Ham? - Yeah.
- OK, Wong? - OK.
The old Sand Pebble ain't much to look at, but she's sure as hell a home and a feeder.
- Yeah, she sure is, Frenchy. - Tell him all about it.
Hey, Holman. Clip-Clip here does all the shaving.
l like to do my own shavin'.
lt's his rice bowl.
Don't wanna break nobody's rice bowl.
- Attaboy, Clip-Clip. - Great breakfast this morning, huh?
Let's go! Come on.
Come on, come on, come on.
Move it, move it. Come on! Fall in at attention. Let's go. Hup!
Come on, come on, come on, come on! On the double!
Let's go! Fall in at attention.
Dress right!
Front! Answer to muster!
- Holman! Burgoyne! - Banks!
- Perna! Shanahan! - Ho!
- Colgate! Troys! - Here!
- Crosley! - MacDonald!
- Haythorn! - Here!
- Report! - Deck and gunnery divisions all present, sir.
Engineering and navigation all present or accounted for, sir.
- Ship's company all accounted for, sir. - Very well.
- Posts! - The clock reads eight, Captain.
Make it so.
Ten hut!
- Dismiss the ship's company. - Aye aye, sir.
All right, Chief, dismiss the men.
- Fall out and turn to. - Fall out.
Holman. Welcome aboard. l'm Wellbeck, your mustering Chief Petty Officer.
Did you look at the new man's records, Mr Bordelles? What did you think?
Well, he seems to be a first-rate engineer, sir.
- You take a good look at his service record? - Yes, sir. Nothing but 4.0 marks.
ln everything except leadership. And he's had seven transfers in nine years.
lt's almost time for battle drill, sir. What shall we run this morning?
- Repel boarders starboard. - Yes, sir.
All hands, repel boarders starboard!
- Repel boarders! - On the double, Holman.
You help man the hose in the waist party. l'm Chief Franks.
OK, grab this.
Waist party manned and ready, sir.
Stand back, you slope-headed slobs!
Stand back, you slobs! Stand back!
Go! Go!
Stand by on that hose!
All right. Cut her in down there.
- Secure from drill! - Secure from drill!
Secure from drill!
- You do this a lot? - Every day except Sunday.
Well, what do you do Sundays? Turn a machine gun on 'em?
Come on.
All of you. Go back to work. Go back to work.
Continue. Continue.
- You, uh... - Po-han, master.
l wanna looksee the bilge side. Take up the floor plate. Savvy?
- Me savvy. - Bilge pidgin no can do.
Today must washee port side.
- Who the hell are you? - Chien. Boss coolie. No can do bilge pidgin.
Yeah? l do bilge pidgin. Looksee pipes.
Learn pidgin all pipes. Savvy?
This ain't the Chinese Navy. Take it up.
Master! Master!
Hey, shut it off! Shut it off!
Hey! Hey!
Hey! What the hell is wrong?
- That boss coolie's gonna get his head bent. - What?
- He blew the glass on me in the bilges. - Oh, take it easy.
We always blow the glass when the watch changes.
- You do, huh? - Yeah.
He probably didn't even know you was there.
He knew.
We don't never go in the bilges. And if you want Chien's respect, stay out of 'em.
- l don't care if that slopehead respects me. - Well, you better!
- We couldn't get along without him. - Well, by God, l can get along without him.
- Who works for who around here? - Oh, it's a system they got.
lf you want a bilge coolie, go through Chien. For a deck coolie, go through Pappy Tung.
The boss of all the coolies is Lop-eye Shing. He's kind of captain.
- Like Collins is with the crew. - Yeah?
- How the hell did they get this thing started? - Oh, a long time ago, before l shipped on.
The sampans'd gang around the slop chutes, and the Chinese'd fight for the garbage.
Well, that was no way, so finally the cook gave one sampan the contract. Hey, come on.
Relax, huh?
Soon, they wasn't only collectin' it, they was scrapin' and washin' dishes.
ln a week, every mess cook had a Chinese helper to do all the work.
Next thing, they were sleeping in the galley passageways.
Then they was with the ship for good, in all the departments.
- Course, it ain't official. - Hey, how do they get paid?
Oh, squeeze. Little here, little there. Uncle Sam don't miss it. You got a minute?
- Yeah. - Come on. l'll show you.
They live in the old crew's quarters.
We never come in here. The Captain don't even inspect it.
Oh, come on. He's lost enough face for one day.
lf you wanna hit one of them, kick him. Never touch him with your hand.
Don't get buddies with a coolie. That's trouble.
- And they do all the work? - Sure.
That leaves us free for standing topside watches and our primary duty.
Black gangs ain't supposed to stand topside watches.
- On this ship, everybody. - What is our primary duty?
- Fightin'. - Who do we fight?
Nobody. Probably never will. But, like the skipper said, we're always ready.
Look, Jake, we got it good here, huh?
l didn't come all the way from the fleet to have it good. l'm an engineer.
Look, l told you. Let Chien handle the engine. He'll keep it in shape. He knows it inside out.
Relax, huh?
Today we begin cruising to show the flag on Tungting Lake and the Hunan Rivers.
l want all honours rendered smartly.
At home in America, when today reaches them, it'll be Flag Day.
For us who wear the uniform, every day is Flag Day.
lt is said there will be no more wars. We must pretend to believe that.
But when war comes, it is we who will take the first shock, and buy time with our lives.
lt is we who keep the faith.
We serve the flag.
The trade we all follow is the give-and-take of death.
lt is for that purpose that the people of America maintain us.
Any one of us who believes he has ajob like any other, for which he draws a money wage,
is a thief of the food he eats,
and a trespasser in the bunk in which he lies down to sleep.
Mr Bordelles, make preparations for getting underway.
- When was the last time it was overhauled? - About a month ago.
- Yes, Holman? - Got a burnt bearing, sir.
lt could tear up the crankshaft. l'd like to shut down and repair it.
Holman, as long as we move and smoke boils out of our stack,
we'll make the impression l want to make on the Chinese.
Yes, sir. lt's still gonna give us trouble, sir.
lt never has.
Yes, sir.
Here's a message, sir.
- Full speed ahead. - Full speed ahead.
Full speed ahead.
Tell the Captain she won't take no more turns.
Oil the cups! Oil the cups! Oil the cups!
Oil the cup. Oil. More oil.
- Holman, why aren't we up to full speed? - She won't take no more turns, sir.
We're under orders to reach Changsha on the double.
She ain't gonna make it.
We've never had to stop before.
Well, l'm just telling you.
That's right.
Tell the Captain we must stop and secure.
As soon as we get the LP at the top, we'll lock in the jacking gear. That'll hold it.
- A lot of slack in that damn thing, Jake. - There sure as hell is.
OK. Lock it in.
Two men. You and you.
Jacking gear in.
lnto the pit. l order you.
- l won't go. - You are boss. You do it.
- You want to be fired? - Do it yourself.
Gimme the wrench.
My takee wrench. My takee wrench.
OK, Chien.
- Watch it! - The damn jacking gear gave way!
- Get Jennings down here! - Aye aye, sir!
Floor plate down. lf you try and pull him out through there you'll tear him to pieces.
- The drain valves open? - Yeah.
And Frenchy? Don't let no steam build up, huh?
All right. Come on. Out, out.
Come on.
Easy, easy.
Hey, Jennings, grab his hands. Easy. Easy now.
- Slow engine. - Slow engine.
Stand by all lines.
Get cleaned up. The Captain's waiting for you.
A man has been killed on this ship for the first time. l want to know why.
- A key in the jacking gearjarred out, sir. - Why?
- Vibration. - And why the vibration?
Because of the bearing knock, sir. l guess one key has been missin' for a long time.
And the other one's just being held in by rust.
Can you fix any personal responsibility for this?
- For the jacking gear, sir? - For the accident, Holman.
Without the knock in the LP, there'd be no vibration.
Chien handled the overhaul. He should have fixed it, sir.
Are you saying that Chien killed himself?
l'll remind you he worked under supervision.
Can't supervise an overhaul and stand deck watches at the same time, sir.
Black gang should stand their watches in the engine room, sir.
Lop-eye Shing says that you killed Chien.
You threw the engine in some mysterious way.
Now, that may be superstition, Holman, but it's very real to them.
Your resentment of Chien was well known.
The system you got on this ship is what killed him, sir.
You will immediately train a new coolie to take Chien's place. Give it your full time.
- They ain't got the brains. - They operate efficiently enough.
lt's monkey see, monkey do. They don't know what happens with the engine.
- lt's not necessary they should. - Let me run the engine room like l should.
- l can give you 12 knots, no breakdowns... - Holman.
l'm the one here who decides whatjobs'll be done by whom.
The crew of this ship is designed just like the machinery that powers the ship.
Captains before me designed the San Pablo for a special job in the backwaters of China.
But men will not hold together like brass and steel.
We have to refit ourselves into the design every day.
That's the purpose of all we do in San Pablo.
As part of that design, you cannot do what you prefer to do, however well you do it.
You will train a new coolie and then return to your military duties.
That's all, Holman.
- Hey, come on. Over here. - Hey, Red Dog! Bring our whiskey back!
- You no wantee whiskey? - Oh, no, honey.
Not on an empty stomach, l'll tell you.
Hey, Jake.
- How'd you make out with the Captain? - One piece whiskey.
- We ain't waltzin' no more. - What happened?
Collins says that us Sand Pebbles is like machinery, only different.
We gotta keep changing, cos we ain't made out of brass. Think that one over.
Didn't he say nothing about Chien?
Yeah. l gotta train a new coolie.
- What? - Yeah, one of them slopeheads.
l can't do it, Frenchy. They think that engine's got ghosts in it.
- Sailor man? - l'm broke.
Hey! Mama Chunk.
- Where's the new stuff? - You all the time same Sand Pebble sailor.
What's the matter? No likee all the same girl?
What's the matter with her?
Hey! Frenchy!
- Hi, Mama. - What's the matter, no takee girl topside?
- Ah, give me time. - Oh, l think you too old a man.
Too old, huh? Too old, huh?
Wait. You new sailor! What you name?
- Holman. - Homang. Homang.
- Yeah. Homang. - Oh. Have got one piece new girl topside.
Brand new. She just now makee pretty. l suppose bye-bye she come see you?
- Well, l... - Send her over, Mama.
- Oh, oh, nice Frenchy. - Hey, Ski!
Your eyes are bigger than your...
Hey. Oh, OK.
Right over here, lovey duck. Best table in the house. Right here. Sit over here.
Clear out, you slobs. Back to your pigs.
My name is Ski.
Ski. Savvy?
What name you?
My name is Maily.
Say that again.
- My name is Maily. - Did you hear that? A Vassar girl.
- Well, hello, Maily. - Ski, l am your buddy.
- Shove off, Restorff. - Hey, Ski. Pal? Come on.
l'm sure you have your own joy junks to go to.
Come on, why don't you vamoose? Come on, you guys, beat it.
Maily, what'll you have to drink?
l should warn you, l get a commission on what l drink.
All l drink is cold tea, but you'll have to pay for whiskey.
Oh. l see. Yeah, sure.
Boy! Catch two piece whiskey.
Relax. Relax, Maily.
- l keep books for Mr Shu. - Oh.
And act as hostess. l'm very pleased to meet all of you.
Where'd you learn to talk English like that?
My secret.
- Where do you come from? - New Jersey.
- Oh, yes. Trenton. - Yeah, Trenton's in New Jersey.
- Where Washington crossed the Delaware. - Yeah. That was a little before my time.
As hostess, l'm supposed to divide my time among all the tables.
lt's been pleasant meeting all of you, but l must go now.
Oh, no, no. Not till we take a little trip across the Delaware.
l don't go upstairs. l'm only a hostess.
- Ski, she don't love you. - Hey, Ski, go and get some air.
Mr Ski, please. Please don't!
- Ski, let her alone! - You go to hell.
Hold it, Frenchy. ln case you didn't know, this girl's got duties, just like sailors.
- Oh, please. - Oh, let her go.
Now, Frenchy, stand fast! That's an order.
You know better than to mess around with another man's girl till he's through with her.
What's the matter? Wait. What's the matter?
You want to go topside her? Pay money.
- Money! - Money, money. OK.
- Come on. Topside. - Wait.
This girl first time. Must pay 200 dollar.
- l'll give you ten dollars Mexican. Come on. - 200 dollar!
- You think l'm an admiral? - That be first-time price.
- Who say so? - Victor Shu.
- $200. - Nobody's ever gonna have that much.
- $200. - l'll be damned.
- l'm still drinkin' with her. - No. She go other table now.
You can't change the house rules just like that.
- As long as l pay for her drinks, l keep her. - What's the matter? You crazy?
Come on, on the side.
Come on. Come on. All right, break it up.
All right, break it up. Go back to your pigs.
Wait. Wait. You like talk to pretty girl?
Yeah, sure, Mama.
- Why don't you grab a table? - Yeah.
Come on. Let's sit down.
- What's your name? - Frenchy.
- And yours? - Jake Holman.
- Mine is Maily. - How do you do?
- Thank you very much for helping me. - Oh, it was nothing.
- Where are you from, Mr Holman? - Utah.
- Oh, Salt Lake City. - Uh-huh.
- l'm from Philadelphia. - Yes, Liberty Bell.
- Uh-huh. - ls Utah nice?
Oh, for some people.
Well, l guess l'd better get back to ship.
- Huh? - Yeah. Thanks, buddy.
- So long. - There's a guy who knows when to leave.
Where'd you learn to speak English this good, Maily?
My secret.
Why $200? ls there something special about $200?
Yeah, l know. Your secret, huh?
Well, what happens when Shu gets his $200?
l go to Hankow, to Shanghai.
l am free!
l wish l had $200.
Oh, l mean... l mean, just to give you.
You would do that?
Yeah, sure.
Look... l'll get it.
Time's up. Next table. You gotta work fast here, boy.
My name's Farren. l don't come from nowhere and l don't wanna talk geography.
- Anybody wanna shoot a little crap? - You won't get 200 bucks from me, lover boy.
Next week, Frenchy. Next week.
Hey. Come here.
You, uh... you likee be boss?
All same, like Chien?
Like same who?
Chien. Number one engine coolie.
Him all die.
Yeah, him all die. And that's too bad.
But l wantee new boss, savvy? Teachee all pidgin.
Oh. Engine side not proper?
No, no, the engine's OK. l'll teach you how to run it right. Come here.
Now, the valve.
Belong same.
- Valve. - Wowel.
- Wowel. - Yeah?
OK. Wowel.
Now, main steam stop valve.
May stim stop wowel.
You find.
No, no.
No, not proper wowel.
May stim stop wowel.
- May stim stop wowel? - Yeah.
- May stim stop wowel? - Main steam stop valve.
But l don't know.
You, me, can do.
OK. lf you go that way, then we're going reverse. OK?
The generator. Makes juice for the lights.
This is the boiler. lnside belongs live steam. Savvy?
Strong steam.
- Stim. - Steam.
Live stim goes through this pipe.
Live stim goes into the feed pump.
Live stim! Make pump go vroom, vroom, vroom, vroom, vroom...
Live stim, huh?
Live stim... Live stim... Live stim.
Exhaust stim.
Condenser. Makee steam all dead.
You know, sleepy stim.
Live stim, dead stim.
Before, live stim.
Now water. Water belong dead stim.
All same dead stim.
Stim dead. Stim dead!
That's right. That's it.
Now you got it! That's right! That's the way it works!
And that's the throttle.
l'll teach you about that throttle one day.
Go ahead. Grab ahold of it.
Nah. There ain't no ghosts in that engine.
- Who's your new throttle man, Homang? - Out.
Ask the new throttle man if you can have some coffee. Maybe he'll let you use his cup.
Yeah. Why, you slant-eyed bastard...
Holman, you'd better watch out.
Lettin' that slopehead drink coffee down here, touch the throttle...
You watch out, Holman.
Pick up your coffee cup.
Looks like you ain't runnin' this ship after all, Lop-eye.
Sir, is it wise overruling Lop-eye about the coolie?
That's not what l've done. The crew wants Po-han off the ship.
They believe Stawski about what happened in the engine room.
- You believe Holman, sir? - Not necessarily, but he makes more sense.
But Lop-eye fired Po-han. He'll lose face if Holman makes the crew change their mind.
Unlikely as that is, it might serve a purpose.
Lop-eye has a tendency to forget his place from time to time.
That's right. That's what happened, Holman.
The slopehead hit me and you jumped me before l had a chance to kill him.
- Right, Perna? - Just like that.
You're lucky l busted it up when l did. lf he'd have hit ya, he woulda killed ya.
The slopehead woulda killed me?
You never... You ever see a slopehead fight?
- You guys saw a slopehead fight. - Yeah.
Holman, you're crazy. He woulda killed the Chink.
- He woulda put out your lights. - Who says so?
- l got 50 bucks that says so. - l'll take it.
- You got any more? - l'll take some of that.
Now, wait a minute. Hold it, hold it. Hold it! Hold it! Just one minute! Hold it!
Who's gonna do the fightin' here? Now, l don't go for it unless you bet me $100.
- You holdin' $100? - Yeah, l'm holdin' $100.
And l need $200 to buy myself a very special present.
$100 says he'll take you.
Oh, Maily! Maily, here l come!
Hey, hold it.
Beside the money, if Po-han wins, he stays aboard. That's my deal.
- Sure. - Well, he's not gonna win anyway.
- Bets right here. - You said $50, huh?
Hey. You got any more, Homang?
- Yeah, l got an extra $50. - Holman?
- l'll bet you $10 the slopehead don't fight. - He'll fight.
Put me down for $10.
Hey, Chief. When are we gonna start?
- Frenchy, you mustn't worry. - How the hell can you say...
- Excuse me. - lf Ski gets me, then he's supposed to.
- That big ape. - lt will only mean that l'm being punished.
- For what? - My secret.
Now look. You quit that ''my secret'' stuff.
- Who'd wanna punish you? - God.
- Who? - God!
What'd you do to him?
l stole some money from American missionaries.
They found me as a baby and brought me up.
Why did you steal it?
To get away. They wanted me to be a missionary too.
l meant to go to Shanghai and earn enough money to send it back to them.
But l couldn't get there. So l came to Changsha instead and Mr Shu advanced it.
And now he must be paid. And so must God.
You're bughouse, Maily. What kind of religion do they teach you?
- Don't you worry about it. - The Chinaman can't fight.
Get me some beer.
Yeah, he's big. But he's blubber.
How can you fight and drink beer?
Po-han. Get him in the throat, in the kidneys, in the gut. Hurt him.
Too much cold this side. Suppose cold this side, any man no can fight.
Oh, you plenty time fight Chinese man. How you no fashion fight Stawski?
- Ski no same. - Come on, boy!
Listen to me. He's gonna try to hurt you.
Forget what colour he is. You want you come back ship, you fight.
- Give me a bell. - Let's get out here.
- Come on out here. - Let's go.
- How you doin'? - Come on! Come on, get out here.
- Ski, you look great. - Come on, come on, come on.
Now look. No kickee, no scratchee. None of that stuff, you savvy?
- Me savvy. - Me no savvy.
Go on. Wait, wait, wait, wait.
Give me a bell.
OK. Let's go.
Get him, get him. Come on!
Come on. Hit me. Come on, come on. Hit me.
What's the matter? Your man all same not fight? Huh?
Give you even money Ski don't knock him out in the first round.
Drop anchor, will you?
- Hit him! - Fight!
What do l do now, Ma?
Come on. Fight. Fight!
Fight! Fight! Fight!
Fight! Fight! Fight!
- Fight! Fight! Fight! Fight! - Hit him.
All right. Break, break.
- Hi, Haythorn, how are ya? - Hit him! Hit him.
- Get up, Ski. Get up! - Get up there.
Get up, Ski!
Hit him!
- One... - He's bleeding. The guy is bleeding, Ski.
Finish him off.
- One. Two. - You got him, Ski.
- Three. - He wants his mother, Ski.
- Four. Five. - He wants his mommy.
- Nice going! - You've got him goin', boy.
Thanks for the fifty, Homang!
Now listen. He's getting tired.
You thinkee he tired hit me?
l'm tellin' you, he's runnin' out of steam.
Now, hit him, Po-han. Hit him in the guts.
Hit him. Hit him!
Pack your bags for that trip across the Delaware, baby!
Hit him.
Hammer! Hammer!
Get him, Ski!
Hit him! Hit him!
Come on, Ski, belt him!
Open his face!
Tear his head off!
Come on, Ski, get him!
This is what happens when you train on beer.
Finish him this time. You'll need your strength for the main event.
Oh, yeah! Whee!
Hammer! He's ready to go down. Hammer! Hammer!
Yeah, hammer, hammer.
Hit him in the gut. ln the gut!
Kiss your money goodbye, Holman.
- Jake, if we lose fight, you lose money? - Three. Four.
- Five. Six. Seven. - Yeah. l lose money. But you lose ship.
Come on. Fight.
One. Two.
Three. Four.
One. Two.
Three. Four.
Put him down. Put him down!
- Get him, Ski. Get him! - Hammer!
Hit the bum!
Hammer! Hammer!
- Ski! - One. Two.
- Three. - Four!
- Get up, you slob. - Get up, Ski.
One. Two. Three.
Four. Five.
Emergency recall! Everybody back to the ship on the double.
Finish the count! Six!
- Let him alone. - Eight!
- Nine! Ten! - Yahoo!
Maily! l told you he'd do it! l told you! What'd l tell you?
Me go back to ship?
You're damned right you do!
- Come on! Let's go! - What the hell's goin' on up there, Waldron?
- Who's blowin' that whistle? - On the double!
On the double! On the double, there!
- Keep moving. - Let's go!
- What's goin' on? - Let's go, let's go, let's go!
- Come on, Chief, get 'em aboard. Look alive! - Come on! Come on!
Get steam up. Stand by to cast off lines and drift if we don't get steam up fast enough.
We'll anchor in the channel. Sober the men up.
- We may have to repel boarders. - Aye aye. Chief, prepare to get underway.
Now hear this. Make all preparations for getting underway.
Holman! Get steam up to the engine on the double.
- Come on, Red Dog. - Just a moment.
Up on the bridge. Come on.
- Steam coming up on number two. - l'll get the steam pump.
Where are you goin'? You're boss now.
- Look sharp on those lines! - All hands are on board, Captain.
Very well.
- Cast off all lines! - Cast off all lines!
Get 'em in. Come on.
Take in gangway, on the double.
Last night, at Wanxian up the gorges of the Yangtze,
two British warships fought with the local warlord.
200 Chinese were killed, and 150 British.
The Bolsheviks are now saying that 2,000 innocent Chinese were slaughtered.
- We're up against a new strategy of lies. - l see, sir.
The students of China support a new leader, Chiang Kai-shek of the Nationalist Party.
He's leading an army north to wipe out the warlords.
- What are we to do, sir? - We have new orders, Mr Bordelles.
- Not to fire back. - Sir?
- Not to fire back. - l don't understand, sir.
Apparently, we're being blamed for everything. ''The foreign devils''.
Oh, it's an old trick, to unify people by getting them to hate something or someone.
Well, we're it. They all want to get rid of us.
Chiang Kai-shek peacefully, the Communists in the movement by force.
And we're supposed to grin and bear it.
Because if we fire back, we give them new propaganda to use against us,
and play into the hands of Communists, who want us to start a real war
so that Russia can come to China's rescue and in that way take her over.
lt is an accident of history that we in the San Pablo are the first American armed unit
to come face to face with this new thing.
How we face it can be our great honour, or our dishonour.
l intend that it shall be our honour.
Our government has decided for now
not to treat fighting between Chiang Kai-shek and the other warlords
as just another warlord squabble.
We will treat it as an authentic civil war, in which we must remain very carefully neutral.
The United States Government has ordered the evacuation of central China.
We shall be making one last trip to Baoshan to rescue the missionaries at China Light.
Make all preparations for getting underway.
- Stop engine. - Stop engine.
Those are the China Light people, but l don't see Jameson. Where is Jameson?
He wouldn't come.
- Go to China Light and get him. - Aye aye, sir.
Shove off at once. Damned nonsense.
Left, left, left, right. Left, left and right turn.
Left, right, left, right, left, left, left, right and left turn.
Left, left, left, right, left, left, left, right, left, left and halt.
Left face.
Mr Jameson is in my custody.
- Yes? - Mr Jameson, please.
Come in. He's down the hall.
She's a schoolteacher. l met her on a steamer comin' up from Shanghai.
- Yeah? - She's a lady.
They'd do great on the San Pablo, huh?
Collins'd have 'em standin' like that all day.
- Hello. - Hi. Thanks.
- Oh, thank you. - l'm Shirley Eckert.
- Oh. Pleased to meet you. - How do you do?
Those kids stand like that much longer, they're gonna melt.
What's all the machinery you got over there?
A lot of things we don't understand. l thought about you the minute l saw it.
- How do you like your gunboat? - lt's OK.
- Do you like your teaching here? - Oh, yes. Very much.
That's to make beet sugar, and this is for electric light.
Hey, you oughta be runnin' 'em.
- Cho-jen! - How come you ain't runnin' 'em?
We don't know how. Some wealthy man from Philadelphia sent them out.
Cho-jen's the leader of the students in this district.
l want you to meet him. He's very bright.
Cho-jen, this is Mr Holman. He's an engineer.
- Hiya. - Hello.
Where's your direction manuals? Machinery like this usually has 'em.
Oh, well, l think Mr Jameson has them.
Attention! Attention! Face front!
That Cho-jen, he a Bolshevik?
Oh, no. Chiang Kai-shek is his god.
For all of them he's the hope.
How come he tied a can to the Reverend?
Mr Jameson stood trial in a Chinese court here. He's under sentence of death.
Opium was growing on a remote piece of mission property.
He didn't know, but technically he's responsible.
Why go to a Chinese court? He coulda ducked that.
He didn't want to. He's in Cho-jen's custody now.
We're going to Changsha to appeal the sentence. We're sure it'll be changed.
Then we can return to our work here.
Changsha? That's where we're goin'.
We heard you were taking the missionaries all the way down to Hankow.
The San Pablo is going to Changsha. lt'll be quicker than going overland.
Cho-jen has agreed. We'll leave when you are ready.
l'll go pack.
Now, don't take too much. l'm sure we'll be returning.
Forward march!
Mr Bordelles, steam is up. We'll get underway when the motor pan's secured.
Aye aye, sir.
- Repel boarders port side, on the double. - Aye aye, sir. Repel boarders port side!
Repel boarders port side! Repel boarders port side!
Don't shoot unless attacked. Wait the word.
Wait the word!
lt's the bilge coolie, Captain.
- Hold fire! - Hold fire!
- What was he doing ashore? - l send.
- Cho-jen? - They are not ours.
Let him go! He is our countryman!
- What's he saying? - ''Watch what we do to the running dog.''
- Who is it, sir? - lt's Po-han.
Offer ransom. Speak l pay money, $100.
- No, sir. - Speak!
Release him. The American sailors will pay $100 if you let him go.
We dare you to shoot.
- What? - They dare ship to shoot.
Yes. They'd like another incident. They'd like a war. Tell them $200.
He will pay you $200. He will pay $200.
Four hundred!
- You dirty bastards! - Crosley, stand clear of that gun!
- They're killing that coolie! - Stand clear! Bronson, take over.
Hold station, Holman.
Five hundred!
$500, the Captain will pay you.
Let him go! Let him go!
Steady. Steady. Hold station, Holman.
Offer $1,000!
$1,000! $1,000!
- Get back to your station. - Do something!
- Get below, or l'll have you shot for mutiny. - Well, shoot somethin'!
Someone save me! Please shoot me!
Po-han say, somebody shoot him.
Holman! Holman!
- Jake. - Get out.
That man this afternoon, who was he?
He was a bilge coolie l trained.
So you became a teacher too, hm?
That's good.
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Stargate SG1 2x21 1969
Stargate SG1 3x01 Into The Fire II
Stargate SG1 3x02 Seth
Stargate SG1 3x03 Fair Game
Stargate SG1 3x04 Legacy
Stargate SG1 3x05 Learning Curve
Stargate SG1 3x06 Point Of View
Stargate SG1 3x07 Deadman Switch
Stargate SG1 3x08 Demons
Stargate SG1 3x09 Rules Of Engagement
Stargate SG1 3x10 Forever In A Day
Stargate SG1 3x11 Past And Present
Stargate SG1 3x12 Jolinars Memories
Stargate SG1 3x13 The Devil You Know
Stargate SG1 3x14 Foothold
Stargate SG1 3x15 Pretense
Stargate SG1 3x16 Urgo
Stargate SG1 3x17 A Hundred Days
Stargate SG1 3x18 Shades Of Grey
Stargate SG1 3x19 New Ground
Stargate SG1 3x20 Maternal Instinct
Stargate SG1 3x21 Crystal Skull
Stargate SG1 3x22 Nemesis
Stargate SG1 4x01 Small Victories
Stargate SG1 4x02 The Other Side
Stargate SG1 4x03 Upgrades
Stargate SG1 4x04 Crossroads
Stargate SG1 4x05 Divide And Conquer
Stargate SG1 4x06 Window Of Opportunity
Stargate SG1 4x07 Watergate
Stargate SG1 4x08 The First Ones
Stargate SG1 4x09 Scorched Earth
Stargate SG1 4x10 Beneath The Surface
Stargate SG1 4x11 Point Of No Return
Stargate SG1 4x12 Tangent
Stargate SG1 4x13 The Curse
Stargate SG1 4x14 The Serpents Venom
Stargate SG1 4x15 Chain Reaction
Stargate SG1 4x16 2010
Stargate SG1 4x17 Absolute Power
Stargate SG1 4x18 The Light
Stargate SG1 4x19 Prodigy
Stargate SG1 4x20 Entity
Stargate SG1 4x21 Double Jeopardy
Stargate SG1 4x22 Exodus
Stargate SG1 5x01 Enemies
Stargate SG1 5x02 Threshold
Stargate SG1 5x03 Ascension
Stargate SG1 5x04 Fifth Man
Stargate SG1 5x05 Red Sky
Stargate SG1 5x06 Rite Of Passage
Stargate SG1 5x07 Beast Of Burden
Stargate SG1 5x08 The Tomb
Stargate SG1 5x09 Between Two Fires
Stargate SG1 5x10 2001
Stargate SG1 5x11 Desperate Measures
Stargate SG1 5x12 Wormhole X-Treme
Stargate SG1 5x13 Proving Ground
Stargate SG1 5x14 48 Hours
Stargate SG1 5x15 Summit
Stargate SG1 5x16 Last Stand
Stargate SG1 5x17 Failsafe
Stargate SG1 5x18 The Warrior
Stargate SG1 5x19 Menace
Stargate SG1 5x20 The Sentinel
Stargate SG1 5x21 Meridian
Stargate SG1 5x22 Revelations
Stargate SG1 6x01 Redemption Part 1
Stargate SG1 6x02 Redemption Part 2
Stargate SG1 6x03 Descent
Stargate SG1 6x04 Frozen
Stargate SG1 6x05 Nightwalkers
Stargate SG1 6x06 Abyss
Stargate SG1 6x07 Shadow Play
Stargate SG1 6x08 The Other Guys
Stargate SG1 6x09 Allegiance
Stargate SG1 6x10 Cure
Stargate SG1 6x11 Prometheus
Stargate SG1 6x12 Unnatural Selection
Stargate SG1 6x13 Sight Unseen
Stargate SG1 6x14 Smoke n Mirrors
Stargate SG1 6x15 Paradise Lost
Stargate SG1 6x16 Metamorphosis
Stargate SG1 6x17 Disclosure
Stargate SG1 6x18 Forsaken
Stargate SG1 6x19 The Changeling
Stargate SG1 6x20 Memento
Stargate SG1 6x21 Prophecy
Stargate SG1 6x22 Full Circle
Stargate SG1 7x01 Fallen
Stargate SG1 7x02 Homecoming
Stargate SG1 7x03 Fragile Balance
Stargate SG1 7x04 Orpheus
Stargate SG1 7x05 Revisions
Stargate SG1 7x06 Lifeboat
Stargate SG1 7x07 Enemy Mine
Stargate SG1 7x08 Space Race
Stargate SG1 7x09 Avenger 2 0
Stargate SG1 7x10 Birthright
Stargate SG1 7x10 Heroes II
Stargate SG1 7x11 Evolution I
Stargate SG1 7x12 Evolution II
Stargate SG1 7x13 Grace
Stargate SG1 7x14 Fallout
Stargate SG1 7x15 Chimera
Stargate SG1 7x16 Death Knell
Stargate SG1 7x17 Heroes I
Stargate SG1 7x19 Resurrection
Stargate SG1 7x20 Inauguration
Stargate SG1 7x21-22 The Lost City I n II
Starship Troopers (Special Edition)
Starship Troopers 2
Story Of A Kiss
Strada La
Strange aventure de Docteur Molyneux
Street Of Love And Hope (Nagisa Oshima 1959)
Street of shame (Akasen chitai)
Streetcar Named Desire A
Style Wars
Suicide Regimen
Sukces 2003
Summer Tale A 2000
Sunday Lunch (2003)
Super 8 Stories
Superman IV - The Quest for Peace
Surviving the Game
Swedish Love Story A (1970) CD1
Swedish Love Story A (1970) CD2
Sweetest Thing The (Unrated Version)
Swept Away
Swordsman III - The East is Red
Sylvester - Canned Feud (1951)
Sylvester - Speedy Gonzales (1955)
Sylvester and Elmer - Kit for Cat (1948)
Sylvester and Porky - Scaredy Cat (1948)
Sylvester and Tweety - Canary Row (1950)
Sylvester and Tweety - Putty Tat Trouble (1951)
Sylvester and Tweety - Tweetys SOS (1951)