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Come on, Boyle, we're jumping! 3 00:00:06,706 --> 00:00:09,174 But are you sure it was the Major who borrowed the plane? 4 00:00:09,242 --> 00:00:10,231 He stole it! 5 00:00:10,310 --> 00:00:12,073 I am sorry, I cannot help you, Major. 6 00:00:12,145 --> 00:00:14,010 We get shot down over your island 7 00:00:14,080 --> 00:00:17,914 with the very information that will save you and the children. 8 00:00:17,984 --> 00:00:19,542 Talk about God's providence? 9 00:00:20,120 --> 00:00:21,246 I wonder what happened to Pappy. 10 00:00:21,321 --> 00:00:23,186 The last I saw him, he was coming down north of here. 11 00:00:27,027 --> 00:00:29,222 The Japanese will find them sooner or later, and... 12 00:00:29,295 --> 00:00:31,320 This is none of our concern, Father! 13 00:00:47,800 --> 00:00:51,000 Baa Baa Black Sheep S01E21 - Poor Little Lambs Bierdopje.com® 2010 14 00:00:51,000 --> 00:00:55,000 S01E21 - Poor Little Lambs Bierdopje.com® 2010 15 00:00:55,000 --> 00:00:59,000 Edit & synch: r3p0 Bierdopje.com® 2010 16 00:01:54,981 --> 00:01:58,573 As valiant American ground forces carry the war to the Japanese... 17 00:01:58,651 --> 00:02:02,280 through the muddy, malaria-infested jungles of the South Pacific, 18 00:02:02,689 --> 00:02:06,989 U. S. Air and Navy Forces do battle against enemy supplies. 19 00:02:07,060 --> 00:02:10,393 Fighters and bombers, as well as Allied ships at sea 20 00:02:10,463 --> 00:02:13,091 range far and wide across the Pacific 21 00:02:13,166 --> 00:02:16,067 to prevent Japanese troop ships and supply vessels 22 00:02:16,136 --> 00:02:19,264 from reinforcing their armies in the Solomon Islands. 23 00:02:19,339 --> 00:02:23,602 But as one Japanese supply line is plugged, the enemy opens another, 24 00:02:23,676 --> 00:02:27,373 and Allied forces turn their eyes toward a small group of islands 25 00:02:27,447 --> 00:02:32,918 known as the Tobono Archipelago, suspecting it as a new Japanese base. 26 00:02:39,859 --> 00:02:44,762 And you tell Boyington to get that aircraft back here to Espritos immediately! 27 00:02:44,831 --> 00:02:45,957 Excuse me, Colonel, 28 00:02:46,032 --> 00:02:49,024 but are you sure it was the Major who borrowed the plane? 29 00:02:49,102 --> 00:02:52,868 Not borrowed, Lieutenant. He stole it! He stole it! 30 00:02:52,939 --> 00:02:55,840 I know that because I have eyewitnesses to the theft! 31 00:02:55,909 --> 00:02:57,900 But even if I didn't, I'd know it was Boyington, 32 00:02:57,977 --> 00:03:01,435 because he's the only man in the Marine Corps who would pull a stunt like this. 33 00:03:01,514 --> 00:03:03,778 Now tell him to get it back here right away! 34 00:03:08,288 --> 00:03:09,880 What is that all about? 35 00:03:10,123 --> 00:03:15,220 Pappy, Boyle and Anderson borrowed the General Staff's C-45 from Espritos. 36 00:03:15,595 --> 00:03:16,892 Why did they do that? 37 00:03:16,963 --> 00:03:19,158 Because they missed the courier plane. 38 00:03:19,966 --> 00:03:21,399 When did this happen? 39 00:03:21,467 --> 00:03:23,867 Took off about 10 minutes after the courier plane. 40 00:03:23,937 --> 00:03:26,405 Pappy is in big trouble with Colonel Lard. 41 00:03:27,073 --> 00:03:28,938 Maybe not just with Colonel Lard. 42 00:03:29,609 --> 00:03:30,735 What do you mean? 43 00:03:31,311 --> 00:03:34,337 How long does it take to get from Espritos to here in a C-45? 44 00:03:35,515 --> 00:03:37,881 If they took off 10 minutes after the courier plane, 45 00:03:37,951 --> 00:03:39,816 they should've been here 40 minutes ago. 46 00:04:01,307 --> 00:04:02,399 Pappy. 47 00:04:05,445 --> 00:04:06,434 Pappy. 48 00:04:09,182 --> 00:04:10,444 Pappy! 49 00:04:10,883 --> 00:04:11,872 We there? 50 00:04:12,685 --> 00:04:16,981 I've been flying the same heading, but I've missed La Cava somehow. 51 00:04:19,192 --> 00:04:21,092 How long have we been out of Espritos? 52 00:04:22,662 --> 00:04:24,095 Almost three hours. 53 00:04:24,163 --> 00:04:25,687 We're 40 minutes overdue! 54 00:04:25,765 --> 00:04:27,323 How come you didn't wake me? 55 00:04:27,400 --> 00:04:30,130 We've got a headwind, so I thought that as the problem, 56 00:04:30,203 --> 00:04:31,670 but I guess it must be something else. 57 00:04:31,738 --> 00:04:33,467 Like the compass, you meathead! 58 00:04:33,539 --> 00:04:35,063 What're we gonna do? 59 00:04:35,541 --> 00:04:37,270 Maybe we better try and raise La Cava. 60 00:04:37,343 --> 00:04:40,107 And break radio silence and have a bunch of Zekes up here? 61 00:04:40,179 --> 00:04:41,373 Hey, Pappy! 62 00:04:41,781 --> 00:04:42,941 That's not La Cava. 63 00:04:45,418 --> 00:04:47,318 Get down, let's have a closer look. 64 00:05:18,751 --> 00:05:20,013 Tojos! We're hit! 65 00:05:22,789 --> 00:05:24,222 No way to control. 66 00:05:24,290 --> 00:05:26,190 Get over the beach. We're jumping. 67 00:05:26,292 --> 00:05:27,657 Put it on autopilot. 68 00:05:34,767 --> 00:05:36,462 Come on, Boyle, we're jumping! 69 00:09:32,171 --> 00:09:33,604 Robert! Robert! 70 00:09:36,242 --> 00:09:37,709 Man, am I glad to see you. 71 00:09:39,211 --> 00:09:40,769 You all right? - Yeah, yeah, I'm fine. 72 00:09:40,913 --> 00:09:42,938 You scratched yourself. - Yeah, I know. It's nothing. How are you? 73 00:09:43,015 --> 00:09:44,175 I'm okay. - Good. 74 00:09:45,918 --> 00:09:47,715 I wonder what happened to Pappy. 75 00:09:47,787 --> 00:09:50,847 I don't know. The last I saw him, he was coming down north of here. 76 00:11:37,129 --> 00:11:38,460 I'm Major Boyington. 77 00:11:38,531 --> 00:11:39,555 An American? 78 00:11:39,632 --> 00:11:41,998 A Marine flyer. I was shot down with a couple of my men. 79 00:11:53,679 --> 00:11:55,112 Colonel Tokuda. 80 00:11:58,818 --> 00:12:01,548 The Japanese. The Japanese are coming. 81 00:12:01,620 --> 00:12:03,815 No, move it. He will look in there. Move away. 82 00:12:06,025 --> 00:12:07,117 In here. 83 00:12:31,917 --> 00:12:33,782 Good afternoon, Sister Dominique. 84 00:12:38,224 --> 00:12:39,418 Colonel Tokuda. 85 00:12:40,760 --> 00:12:43,058 I wish to talk to you and Father Philippe. 86 00:12:44,363 --> 00:12:48,197 Colonel, you promised the mission adequate food supply, 87 00:12:49,335 --> 00:12:51,428 but each time we go for our ration, 88 00:12:51,504 --> 00:12:53,563 it is little less than the time before. 89 00:12:54,039 --> 00:12:55,870 I'm sorry, Sister, 90 00:12:55,941 --> 00:12:59,138 but promises often have to be broken during a war. 91 00:12:59,845 --> 00:13:01,540 The war is your problem. 92 00:13:01,614 --> 00:13:04,606 I'm only concerned that the children should have enough to eat. 93 00:13:05,684 --> 00:13:08,380 I will speak to the supply officer. 94 00:13:09,221 --> 00:13:10,210 Thank you. 95 00:13:16,529 --> 00:13:17,723 What is it you want? 96 00:13:19,064 --> 00:13:21,123 We shot down an American plane. 97 00:13:21,200 --> 00:13:24,033 Three men were seen parachuting from it. 98 00:13:24,804 --> 00:13:28,240 Lieutenant Nomuri's patrol captured one of them. 99 00:13:28,307 --> 00:13:34,141 He was bringing the prisoner to me when your erratic driving permitted him to escape. 100 00:13:34,213 --> 00:13:36,443 I am sorry, Colonel. I am not a good driver. 101 00:13:37,049 --> 00:13:39,609 The truck is old. The brakes are worn. 102 00:13:40,152 --> 00:13:44,816 And you did not know the patrol was escorting a prisoner? 103 00:13:45,324 --> 00:13:47,155 No, I did not. 104 00:13:56,101 --> 00:13:57,728 Sister Dominique, 105 00:13:58,504 --> 00:14:01,132 I have respected your religious beliefs 106 00:14:01,207 --> 00:14:05,075 and your desire not to take sides in the war. 107 00:14:05,344 --> 00:14:09,405 I have admired your devotion to the orphans at this mission, 108 00:14:09,481 --> 00:14:14,475 and I hope neither you or Father Philippe 109 00:14:14,553 --> 00:14:17,147 will give me reason to change my attitude. 110 00:14:43,382 --> 00:14:47,409 It is possible that the Americans will come here seeking refuge. 111 00:14:47,987 --> 00:14:51,889 If so, you will notify me, will you not? 112 00:14:55,928 --> 00:14:58,658 Father Philippe and I only wish to live in peace. 113 00:16:00,092 --> 00:16:01,218 Thank you, Sister. 114 00:16:04,296 --> 00:16:05,558 Thank you very much. You saved me. 115 00:16:05,631 --> 00:16:08,532 Do not "thank you," Major. You're leaving immediately. - But, Sister... 116 00:16:08,667 --> 00:16:10,396 You're not welcome here, Major. 117 00:16:10,469 --> 00:16:12,232 You're like all the rest. 118 00:16:12,304 --> 00:16:14,738 You kill, you destroy. It's all a big game to you. 119 00:16:14,807 --> 00:16:16,502 It doesn't matter who gets hurt. 120 00:16:17,309 --> 00:16:18,571 Sister, wait a minute. 121 00:16:18,644 --> 00:16:22,205 This mission exists only at mercy of Colonel Tokuda. 122 00:16:22,281 --> 00:16:23,771 I care only for the children. 123 00:16:24,650 --> 00:16:28,379 Had the Colonel found you here, he would have taken all us to prison. 124 00:16:29,088 --> 00:16:33,525 Is it not enough that the children do not have any mothers or fathers? 125 00:16:33,993 --> 00:16:36,791 Must they now go to prison in order to protect you, Major? 126 00:16:39,698 --> 00:16:41,165 You cannot stay here. 127 00:16:42,067 --> 00:16:44,661 This is an enemy-held island. 128 00:16:45,204 --> 00:16:47,138 The Japanese are not our enemy. 129 00:16:47,206 --> 00:16:49,640 Their allies are. The Germans are your enemies. 130 00:16:49,708 --> 00:16:51,300 They're occupying your country. 131 00:16:51,377 --> 00:16:54,608 Not my country, Major. I am not French. I am Swiss. 132 00:16:55,080 --> 00:16:56,479 My country is neutral. 133 00:16:57,349 --> 00:16:58,941 This is not my war. 134 00:16:59,885 --> 00:17:03,184 If it wouldn't violate your neutrality, 135 00:17:03,255 --> 00:17:05,246 would you mind telling me where I am? 136 00:17:05,424 --> 00:17:06,482 Mukali. 137 00:17:06,558 --> 00:17:07,752 In the Tobonos? 138 00:17:08,360 --> 00:17:09,952 This may not be your war, Sister, 139 00:17:10,029 --> 00:17:12,896 but you're about to have a ringside seat at mine. 140 00:17:12,965 --> 00:17:14,227 What are you talking about? 141 00:17:17,336 --> 00:17:20,134 In 36 hours, the Marines are going to hit this island 142 00:17:20,205 --> 00:17:22,673 and all the islands in the Tobonos. 143 00:17:28,881 --> 00:17:29,905 You will leave now. 144 00:17:29,982 --> 00:17:32,712 Did you understand what I just said, Sister? 145 00:17:32,785 --> 00:17:37,019 In a day-and-a-half, this whole island's gonna be like a branch office of hell. 146 00:17:37,089 --> 00:17:39,284 I do not appreciate profanity. 147 00:17:41,060 --> 00:17:45,256 But I do understand that people of your ilk find such words to be très chic. 148 00:17:45,330 --> 00:17:48,527 And women of your ilk evidently don't listen very well. 149 00:17:48,600 --> 00:17:49,999 No, I heard you, Major. 150 00:17:50,769 --> 00:17:53,863 Believe me, I heard you many, many times before. 151 00:17:53,939 --> 00:17:57,136 Full-scale attacks are preceded by naval bombardments. 152 00:17:57,209 --> 00:18:00,576 Once that happens, it's all over, Sister. 153 00:18:19,832 --> 00:18:21,823 All right, Major Bington. - Boyington. 154 00:18:22,334 --> 00:18:23,528 Yes. 155 00:18:25,070 --> 00:18:28,130 What makes you so sure that this island will be under attack? 156 00:18:28,207 --> 00:18:31,267 My unit is going to fly the cover for the attack. 157 00:18:31,343 --> 00:18:33,038 So we have nothing but your word, have we, Major? 158 00:18:33,112 --> 00:18:34,101 That's right. 159 00:18:34,646 --> 00:18:36,807 And I am telling you the truth. 160 00:18:39,718 --> 00:18:41,583 I rather take the word of God. 161 00:18:43,622 --> 00:18:45,988 You know what you are? I tell you what you are! 162 00:18:47,092 --> 00:18:51,422 I have met people of your kind on this island often since I've been here. 163 00:18:51,830 --> 00:18:53,457 People in uniform. 164 00:18:53,532 --> 00:18:56,126 German, Dutch, English, 165 00:18:56,969 --> 00:18:58,061 French. 166 00:18:59,171 --> 00:19:00,638 All telling the truth. 167 00:19:00,706 --> 00:19:02,833 All pledging their undying love. 168 00:19:02,908 --> 00:19:05,433 Saying anything to get what they want. 169 00:19:05,511 --> 00:19:07,479 And then going away, 170 00:19:07,546 --> 00:19:11,073 Ieaving behind children for Father Philippe and me to take care of. 171 00:19:12,451 --> 00:19:16,683 Well, I do not believe anything from people of your color anymore. 172 00:19:16,755 --> 00:19:18,222 You are all liars. 173 00:19:20,559 --> 00:19:21,821 Damn right. 174 00:19:23,162 --> 00:19:24,288 You will leave now. 175 00:19:24,363 --> 00:19:27,728 Sister, do you think it's a good idea for me to leave in broad daylight? 176 00:19:27,799 --> 00:19:29,266 The Colonel could have someone out there watching. 177 00:19:29,334 --> 00:19:32,599 I think, in both our best interests, I should leave tonight when it's dark. 178 00:19:48,720 --> 00:19:50,085 We will endure. 179 00:19:52,591 --> 00:19:55,287 I am sorry, I cannot help you, Major... 180 00:19:55,727 --> 00:19:56,955 Boyington. 181 00:19:57,262 --> 00:19:58,388 Yes. 182 00:19:58,897 --> 00:20:00,922 But I must first think of the children. 183 00:20:01,433 --> 00:20:02,900 Only of the children. 184 00:20:02,968 --> 00:20:06,062 Sister, this island is going to get hit. 185 00:20:06,138 --> 00:20:08,504 Now you can pray up a storm if you like, 186 00:20:08,574 --> 00:20:12,340 but the 5th Marines are gonna roll all over this island. 187 00:20:13,579 --> 00:20:17,310 Now if you really care about those children, you pray, 188 00:20:17,382 --> 00:20:21,045 you pray that you find yourself a very deep foxhole. 189 00:20:23,822 --> 00:20:25,983 Exactly like all the rest. 190 00:21:04,162 --> 00:21:05,561 We don't even know if he's alive. 191 00:21:05,631 --> 00:21:07,997 Yeah, or if Tojos got him or if he... 192 00:21:10,335 --> 00:21:11,324 Bob. 193 00:21:16,675 --> 00:21:17,869 Father Philippe! 194 00:21:18,410 --> 00:21:20,537 Hey, kid! Hey, kid! Hey, wait! 195 00:21:21,013 --> 00:21:22,776 Father Philippe! 196 00:21:22,848 --> 00:21:24,145 Wait! Hey! Hey, you! 197 00:21:25,784 --> 00:21:27,046 Father Philippe! 198 00:21:28,787 --> 00:21:29,879 Father Philippe. 199 00:21:30,856 --> 00:21:35,520 Wait, wait, wait. You are the Americans from the airplane. 200 00:21:38,830 --> 00:21:40,195 We saw the wreckage. 201 00:21:40,666 --> 00:21:41,655 Where? 202 00:21:41,733 --> 00:21:43,200 About a mile from here. 203 00:21:47,105 --> 00:21:48,094 Who are you? 204 00:21:48,340 --> 00:21:50,103 I am Father Philippe. 205 00:21:50,809 --> 00:21:54,040 Don't be afraid. You can trust us. 206 00:22:11,730 --> 00:22:13,288 Come. Come. Come. 207 00:22:58,343 --> 00:22:59,435 Where do they come from? 208 00:22:59,511 --> 00:23:01,604 We came across each other as the children... 209 00:23:01,680 --> 00:23:03,341 And you bring them down here? 210 00:23:03,415 --> 00:23:06,316 What else could I do? You could have left them there. 211 00:23:07,486 --> 00:23:09,613 What if the Japanese had seen you? 212 00:23:09,688 --> 00:23:10,985 What if they are watching? 213 00:23:11,056 --> 00:23:12,353 Why would they be watching? 214 00:23:12,424 --> 00:23:13,891 Because of the other American! 215 00:23:13,959 --> 00:23:14,983 Pappy. 216 00:23:15,060 --> 00:23:16,357 Another American? - Where? 217 00:23:17,095 --> 00:23:18,289 In the chapel. 218 00:23:27,472 --> 00:23:30,134 What were you thinking, bringing those men down here? 219 00:23:30,208 --> 00:23:32,642 It was stupid! It is dangerous! 220 00:23:33,478 --> 00:23:35,207 They are our friends. 221 00:23:35,447 --> 00:23:37,642 We have no friends! 222 00:23:38,450 --> 00:23:40,281 When will you understand that? 223 00:23:40,352 --> 00:23:42,718 We are all alone here with the Japanese. 224 00:23:43,221 --> 00:23:48,024 The safety of the children, all that we have worked for, depends upon the Japanese. 225 00:23:49,094 --> 00:23:52,061 As long as the Japanese are here, we have to live with them. 226 00:23:52,631 --> 00:23:55,225 So what do we do about the Americans? 227 00:23:55,300 --> 00:23:58,701 The major and his two friends will leave after dark tonight. 228 00:23:58,770 --> 00:24:00,260 But where will they go? 229 00:24:00,839 --> 00:24:02,466 What will they do? 230 00:24:02,908 --> 00:24:05,240 The Japanese will find them sooner or later and... 231 00:24:05,310 --> 00:24:07,403 This is none of our concern, Father! 232 00:24:11,950 --> 00:24:13,440 This is none of our concern. 233 00:24:23,328 --> 00:24:24,590 Bob. - What? 234 00:24:24,663 --> 00:24:26,688 Will that make the music like at mass? 235 00:24:27,799 --> 00:24:29,699 No. No, this isn't a pipe organ. 236 00:24:29,768 --> 00:24:31,167 But I'll tell you something. 237 00:24:31,236 --> 00:24:33,830 I've known people that would take a flute like this 238 00:24:33,905 --> 00:24:36,203 and play it over a rabbit hole, 239 00:24:36,274 --> 00:24:39,573 and the rabbit would run right out of his hole and stand there. 240 00:24:39,644 --> 00:24:41,373 And if your brother kept playing it, 241 00:24:41,446 --> 00:24:44,142 the rabbit would eat right out of your hand. 242 00:24:44,983 --> 00:24:46,917 A rabbit would run. 243 00:24:46,985 --> 00:24:48,475 Well, you haven't learned how to play yet. 244 00:24:48,553 --> 00:24:49,986 Wait till you do. Here. 245 00:24:53,692 --> 00:24:55,922 Will the Japanese come and get you, Bob? 246 00:24:56,361 --> 00:24:58,420 No chance. You know why? 247 00:24:58,497 --> 00:25:02,156 Because I'm gonna take this flute, and I'm gonna play it, 248 00:25:03,702 --> 00:25:06,967 and those Japanese are gonna run right in a rabbit hole. 249 00:25:07,138 --> 00:25:08,833 Really? - Yepper. 250 00:25:09,140 --> 00:25:10,607 It's a joke, Suzanne. 251 00:25:13,245 --> 00:25:14,439 Isn't it? 252 00:25:19,784 --> 00:25:22,082 It is time for those men to go. 253 00:25:26,124 --> 00:25:27,716 Will you tell them, or shall I? 254 00:25:29,961 --> 00:25:32,794 Michel, go ask the Americans to come in here. 255 00:25:37,636 --> 00:25:39,228 What do you want with them? 256 00:25:40,438 --> 00:25:44,542 I thought we might give them something to eat before we turn them out. 257 00:25:44,609 --> 00:25:46,440 There is little enough for the children to eat. 258 00:25:46,511 --> 00:25:48,536 Why do you want to feed them? 259 00:25:49,014 --> 00:25:50,242 We will manage. 260 00:25:51,283 --> 00:25:52,443 Michel, go. 261 00:25:57,956 --> 00:26:00,083 You are a strong woman, 262 00:26:01,059 --> 00:26:04,028 and often I have let you have your way, 263 00:26:04,496 --> 00:26:07,363 but I am still in charge. 264 00:26:20,278 --> 00:26:21,302 Are you as hungry as I am? 265 00:26:21,379 --> 00:26:23,779 I'm starving. I'm starving. 266 00:26:30,689 --> 00:26:33,157 Sit down, gentlemen. Please. 267 00:26:34,559 --> 00:26:36,390 Our food is plain. 268 00:26:36,461 --> 00:26:38,588 Just very happy to have the food, Father. 269 00:26:38,663 --> 00:26:41,359 It looks very good, Father. Tastes good, too. 270 00:26:41,433 --> 00:26:45,460 I'm glad. I will tell the children, who had nothing to eat, that you enjoyed it. 271 00:26:47,172 --> 00:26:49,197 There is enough for everyone. 272 00:26:49,274 --> 00:26:51,139 Sister Dominique doesn't mean that. 273 00:26:51,209 --> 00:26:53,336 Sister Dominique means every word of it. 274 00:27:01,419 --> 00:27:06,254 Is it true, Major, that your forces are going to invade this island? 275 00:27:06,791 --> 00:27:08,850 God will protect us. - Of course. 276 00:27:08,927 --> 00:27:10,827 But tell me, is it true? 277 00:27:10,895 --> 00:27:12,362 Father, you've been great. 278 00:27:12,430 --> 00:27:15,957 Can you get through to this Sister 279 00:27:16,601 --> 00:27:20,128 that everybody on this island is gonna end up up to their... 280 00:27:24,643 --> 00:27:27,305 ...in a shooting war. 281 00:27:27,846 --> 00:27:30,110 These children and this mission 282 00:27:30,982 --> 00:27:34,213 are gonna end up someplace in some smoky hole. 283 00:27:34,285 --> 00:27:38,278 Now, can you translate that to her in terms that she can understand? 284 00:27:38,857 --> 00:27:42,258 Oh, I will give you terms, Major Bington. - Boyington. 285 00:27:42,327 --> 00:27:44,761 You are a man who thinks only for himself. 286 00:27:45,430 --> 00:27:47,955 You wear a uniform that say that you should kill the Japanese. 287 00:27:48,033 --> 00:27:50,399 Well, these Japanese have been feeding us. 288 00:27:51,603 --> 00:27:53,798 Now, I do not believe a word you say. 289 00:27:53,872 --> 00:27:56,966 You are just trying to get us to help you get off this island. 290 00:27:57,308 --> 00:27:59,640 Well, you will eat and then you will go. 291 00:28:03,081 --> 00:28:04,981 And God will protect us. 292 00:28:09,587 --> 00:28:11,714 That woman, she's... 293 00:28:11,790 --> 00:28:13,553 She is a marvel. 294 00:28:16,494 --> 00:28:17,722 She is a marvel. 295 00:28:20,432 --> 00:28:22,730 She has cared for these children, 296 00:28:23,435 --> 00:28:25,665 she has stolen food for them 297 00:28:25,737 --> 00:28:28,604 at great risk to herself from the Japanese, 298 00:28:29,274 --> 00:28:33,074 before Colonel Tokuda arrived here and took pity on us. 299 00:28:34,312 --> 00:28:36,041 And after stealing it, 300 00:28:37,115 --> 00:28:41,313 she would pray for forgiveness until her knees would bleed. 301 00:28:44,522 --> 00:28:47,116 She is a woman of extraordinary will. 302 00:28:48,593 --> 00:28:51,926 And if you don't see things her way... 303 00:28:53,364 --> 00:28:55,059 So please try to understand. 304 00:28:55,133 --> 00:28:56,828 I understand, Father, 305 00:28:57,836 --> 00:29:01,101 but you better get these children in a safe place, and soon, 306 00:29:01,172 --> 00:29:03,265 because you're running out of time. 307 00:29:05,810 --> 00:29:07,038 Saddle up. 308 00:29:07,112 --> 00:29:10,707 Major, I believe you and I want to help. 309 00:29:12,450 --> 00:29:15,214 Why? - Because I am French. 310 00:29:16,454 --> 00:29:20,185 I've been here so long. It's easy to forget that. And I do. 311 00:29:21,126 --> 00:29:23,060 But then something reminds me. 312 00:29:23,128 --> 00:29:25,119 Today, for instance, 313 00:29:25,196 --> 00:29:28,131 when I saw the wreckage of your aeroplane, 314 00:29:28,199 --> 00:29:31,293 I remembered that your country and mine are allies. 315 00:29:31,369 --> 00:29:33,428 Wait a minute. You saw the wreckage of our airplane? 316 00:29:33,505 --> 00:29:34,494 Yes. 317 00:29:34,839 --> 00:29:36,170 What condition was it in? 318 00:29:36,241 --> 00:29:37,572 Badly wrecked. 319 00:29:38,042 --> 00:29:39,703 Was it burned? - No. 320 00:29:39,778 --> 00:29:41,575 There's an emergency radio pack in that airplane. 321 00:29:41,646 --> 00:29:45,211 There were several Japanese there when the children and I saw it. 322 00:29:45,283 --> 00:29:46,773 We've got to get around them somehow. 323 00:29:46,851 --> 00:29:48,079 I can help. 324 00:29:48,820 --> 00:29:49,946 You stay out of it, Father. 325 00:29:50,021 --> 00:29:55,084 Major, I've tried to believe, as Sister Dominique does, 326 00:29:55,960 --> 00:29:59,361 that God does not take sides in any war. 327 00:30:00,031 --> 00:30:01,760 She is probably right. 328 00:30:02,801 --> 00:30:05,292 But I must take sides. 329 00:30:06,304 --> 00:30:08,238 And you must let me. 330 00:30:40,371 --> 00:30:41,531 Okay, come on. 331 00:30:48,046 --> 00:30:50,276 Hey, there's a flare gun in here. Bring it. 332 00:31:09,601 --> 00:31:11,967 Wait a minute, Pappy. They're coming back. 333 00:31:31,990 --> 00:31:33,890 I will not be treated like this. 334 00:31:37,228 --> 00:31:38,991 Where's the Sister? - In the chapel. 335 00:31:39,063 --> 00:31:40,860 Where are the other kids? - They're in the back. 336 00:31:40,932 --> 00:31:42,661 I'll go round 'em up. Take Michel with you. 337 00:31:42,734 --> 00:31:44,326 All right, come on, Michel. Is something wrong, Monsieur? 338 00:31:44,402 --> 00:31:45,801 Come on, let's get the other kids. 339 00:31:45,870 --> 00:31:48,270 Bring 'em back here as fast as possible. - Yeah, right. 340 00:31:48,339 --> 00:31:50,330 I'm gonna tell Sister what's happening. 341 00:31:53,945 --> 00:31:55,845 How could you use an old man like that? 342 00:31:55,914 --> 00:31:57,905 Sister, you don't have to take sides in the war, 343 00:31:57,982 --> 00:32:00,780 but you can't pretend it isn't happening any more than Father Philippe could. 344 00:32:00,852 --> 00:32:02,911 Now let's get out of here before the Japanese come. 345 00:32:02,987 --> 00:32:06,354 You have your radio, Major. Take your two friends and go. 346 00:32:06,424 --> 00:32:07,721 Sister, are you coming or not? 347 00:32:07,792 --> 00:32:10,226 No. Whatever happens... 348 00:32:11,796 --> 00:32:13,229 would be the will of God. 349 00:32:13,298 --> 00:32:15,095 Now, what the hell does that mean? 350 00:32:15,466 --> 00:32:17,991 Oh, I dislike your language, Major. 351 00:32:18,503 --> 00:32:21,495 All right, let's you and I talk about God's will, 352 00:32:21,572 --> 00:32:24,735 but first you better look up and find out what God is telling you. 353 00:32:24,809 --> 00:32:27,107 He's telling you to get out of here. 354 00:32:28,279 --> 00:32:30,076 So, now you are a servant of God, are you? 355 00:32:30,148 --> 00:32:31,274 Let's look at the facts. 356 00:32:31,349 --> 00:32:33,442 We steal an airplane that has a broken compass. 357 00:32:33,518 --> 00:32:35,247 We get shot down over your island 358 00:32:35,320 --> 00:32:38,687 with the very information that will save you and the children. 359 00:32:39,157 --> 00:32:40,749 Talk about God's providence? 360 00:32:41,726 --> 00:32:43,990 What do you want God to do? 361 00:32:47,098 --> 00:32:48,759 The kids are all rounded up. 362 00:32:58,810 --> 00:33:00,573 All right, Major, maybe so. 363 00:34:04,375 --> 00:34:05,603 Where are they? 364 00:34:06,744 --> 00:34:08,234 I don't know. 365 00:34:09,714 --> 00:34:11,272 I had Sister Dominique's word 366 00:34:11,349 --> 00:34:13,840 that this war was none of your affair. 367 00:34:14,352 --> 00:34:18,311 I accepted that and did what I could to help you. 368 00:34:20,224 --> 00:34:23,057 I did not want to interfere with your work. 369 00:34:23,761 --> 00:34:25,558 I did not want to hurt you. 370 00:34:25,630 --> 00:34:28,098 I knew you were not my friend, 371 00:34:29,067 --> 00:34:32,161 but I believed you were not my enemy. 372 00:34:33,304 --> 00:34:37,900 But you placed no value in what I believed. 373 00:34:40,611 --> 00:34:42,636 We will find the Americans, 374 00:34:43,214 --> 00:34:46,945 and you will die with them! 375 00:34:52,390 --> 00:34:53,516 Get in. 376 00:35:20,418 --> 00:35:23,410 That's it. Sister, will you knock that off? 377 00:35:47,278 --> 00:35:49,337 It's Pappy's signature. Go tell the guys. 378 00:35:54,085 --> 00:35:56,747 It's Casey. He's reading us. Get cracking on that thing. 379 00:35:58,789 --> 00:35:59,778 Yeah. 380 00:36:07,131 --> 00:36:08,223 Where do you think they are, anyhow? 381 00:36:08,299 --> 00:36:10,529 Hey, shh! Come on, I can't hear. 382 00:36:18,576 --> 00:36:22,409 Jim, get on the horn and tell Air Sea Rescue that Pappy, Boyle and Anderson are on the beach, 383 00:36:22,480 --> 00:36:25,108 two miles from Bukai Point on the west shore of Mukali. 384 00:36:25,183 --> 00:36:28,482 Tell them to be ready to evacuate about a dozen kids and a nun. 385 00:36:28,553 --> 00:36:29,679 Dozen kids and a nun? 386 00:36:29,754 --> 00:36:32,086 Just do it, do it, please! This signal's fading! 387 00:36:32,156 --> 00:36:33,214 Mukali? 388 00:36:33,291 --> 00:36:35,691 There's a naval barrage gonna blast that beach in a few hours. 389 00:36:35,760 --> 00:36:37,193 Hey, shut up, will you? 390 00:36:42,099 --> 00:36:45,694 The sub will surface at 1900 on the beach south of the point. 391 00:36:45,770 --> 00:36:46,930 Sign off. 392 00:36:47,004 --> 00:36:48,528 Hey, crank with me. 393 00:36:50,141 --> 00:36:51,904 Sister, may I talk to you for a moment? 394 00:36:55,680 --> 00:36:56,704 Yes? 395 00:36:56,781 --> 00:36:59,147 Sister, there's a sub that's gonna be here tonight at 07:00. 396 00:36:59,217 --> 00:37:01,117 I want you to take the kids down to the beach. 397 00:37:01,185 --> 00:37:04,814 Now, after that, there's going to be a naval barrage. 398 00:37:07,458 --> 00:37:10,689 Look, I'm worried about him, too. 399 00:37:10,761 --> 00:37:12,661 Now, I have a plan. 400 00:37:12,730 --> 00:37:15,324 I think we can get him off the island with us. 401 00:37:15,399 --> 00:37:16,730 I will not leave without him. 402 00:37:16,801 --> 00:37:19,269 You must take the children, but I will not leave without Father Philippe. 403 00:37:19,337 --> 00:37:21,931 You know, Sister, you're a real pain in... - Please! 404 00:37:22,006 --> 00:37:23,371 Please, Major. 405 00:37:26,110 --> 00:37:28,908 All right. Now, I need your help. 406 00:37:29,814 --> 00:37:32,874 And I figure an old drill sergeant like you could handle it. 407 00:37:34,118 --> 00:37:36,279 Oh, you tell joke at a time like this. 408 00:37:36,354 --> 00:37:38,345 You should be ashamed. 409 00:37:39,190 --> 00:37:41,215 That's my mistake. 410 00:37:41,292 --> 00:37:43,419 You put in a good word for me, okay? 411 00:37:44,829 --> 00:37:46,660 Somebody had better. 412 00:37:58,576 --> 00:37:59,565 Colonel. 413 00:38:02,346 --> 00:38:04,814 We missed you at the mission, Sister Dominique. 414 00:38:05,549 --> 00:38:06,846 I am sorry, Colonel. 415 00:38:06,917 --> 00:38:09,511 I came as soon as I heard that you had arrested Father Philippe. 416 00:38:09,587 --> 00:38:11,817 And why have you come now? 417 00:38:13,391 --> 00:38:17,955 Colonel, Father Philippe and I, we have not been honest with you. 418 00:38:18,029 --> 00:38:19,496 No, you haven't. 419 00:38:22,433 --> 00:38:23,491 Have you? 420 00:38:23,567 --> 00:38:27,333 Colonel, we found ourselves in a very difficult situation. 421 00:38:27,972 --> 00:38:28,961 So? 422 00:38:31,309 --> 00:38:32,970 May I explain? 423 00:38:38,849 --> 00:38:41,010 Get the skipper to hold the sub as long as he can, 424 00:38:41,085 --> 00:38:43,849 but you got to figure if we're not there by 2100, 425 00:38:43,921 --> 00:38:45,616 we're not gonna make it. 426 00:38:45,690 --> 00:38:46,952 Okay, kids, come on, you come with me. 427 00:38:47,058 --> 00:38:48,082 Hey, good luck. 428 00:38:48,159 --> 00:38:49,786 Get going, will you, Bob? We'll see you there. 429 00:38:49,860 --> 00:38:50,849 Yeah, I know. 430 00:38:53,497 --> 00:38:56,523 And so the Americans forced you to protect them 431 00:38:56,600 --> 00:38:59,626 by threatening that if they were captured, 432 00:38:59,704 --> 00:39:03,367 they would say that you and Father Philippe were Allied agents. 433 00:39:04,041 --> 00:39:05,201 Yes. 434 00:39:05,276 --> 00:39:08,541 And you thought I would believe them? 435 00:39:10,648 --> 00:39:11,945 We could not be sure. 436 00:39:12,016 --> 00:39:13,711 No, I suppose not. 437 00:39:15,119 --> 00:39:19,215 Trust is always one of the first casualties of war. 438 00:39:22,827 --> 00:39:25,387 Now, where are the Americans? 439 00:39:27,198 --> 00:39:28,631 I will take you to them. 440 00:39:29,233 --> 00:39:30,723 Then let's go. 441 00:39:31,802 --> 00:39:33,269 On one condition. 442 00:39:33,337 --> 00:39:34,326 Which is? 443 00:39:35,406 --> 00:39:38,068 That you allow Father Philippe to come with us. 444 00:39:39,377 --> 00:39:40,435 Why? 445 00:39:42,980 --> 00:39:45,710 You still do not trust me, eh? 446 00:39:45,783 --> 00:39:46,772 Very well. 447 00:39:56,527 --> 00:39:59,394 He will be waiting for us in my car. 448 00:40:00,398 --> 00:40:01,387 Thank you. 449 00:40:58,122 --> 00:41:00,317 You've got 30 minutes to get them off that beach. 450 00:41:00,391 --> 00:41:02,882 You waste any time, you'll be stuck there with them. 451 00:41:33,591 --> 00:41:35,718 The kids all right? Yeah, they're all aboard. 452 00:41:35,793 --> 00:41:37,954 The skipper says he's not waiting around much longer. 453 00:41:38,028 --> 00:41:39,859 Well, he may have to wait till 21:00. 454 00:41:39,930 --> 00:41:41,420 21:00? Didn't they tell you? 455 00:41:41,499 --> 00:41:42,591 Tell me what? 456 00:41:42,666 --> 00:41:45,430 A Marine Raider Battalion's gonna be hitting these beaches at dawn, 457 00:41:45,503 --> 00:41:48,131 and at 21:00, a couple of cruisers and four destroyers 458 00:41:48,205 --> 00:41:50,969 are gonna start blasting this beach to soften it up. 459 00:41:51,675 --> 00:41:52,801 What? 460 00:41:54,478 --> 00:41:55,604 Casey couldn't have known, he would've told me. 461 00:41:55,679 --> 00:41:57,078 Why the hell did Air Sea Rescue keep it a secret? 462 00:41:57,147 --> 00:41:58,546 Rescue probably didn't know it. 463 00:41:58,616 --> 00:42:01,881 I can tell you right now, Skipper ain't gonna like sitting around out there. 464 00:42:38,122 --> 00:42:41,250 We have been taking food to them. Right over there. 465 00:43:53,163 --> 00:43:56,030 Lieutenant, if we don't get out of here, the skipper's gonna take off without us. 466 00:43:56,100 --> 00:43:57,192 Give it a few more minutes, huh? 467 00:43:57,267 --> 00:43:59,462 Lieutenant... Well, damn it, I can't leave without them, can l? 468 00:43:59,536 --> 00:44:01,504 Okay, okay. A few more minutes. 469 00:44:05,109 --> 00:44:07,577 Where is Lieutenant Boyle? - He'll catch up with us. 470 00:44:52,523 --> 00:44:54,252 Come on, Lieutenant! - No! 471 00:44:54,658 --> 00:44:55,682 Lieutenant... 472 00:44:55,759 --> 00:44:57,886 Get out of here if you're so worried about your lousy hide! 473 00:44:57,961 --> 00:44:59,189 Lieutenant. 474 00:45:05,636 --> 00:45:07,900 Poor Lieutenant Boyle. - Come on, Father. 475 00:45:39,203 --> 00:45:40,192 Lieutenant. 476 00:45:41,705 --> 00:45:43,297 The children? Where are the children? 477 00:45:43,373 --> 00:45:45,671 Somebody get on that radio and tell the sub to wait. 478 00:45:57,454 --> 00:45:58,716 Let's shore off. 479 00:46:18,175 --> 00:46:20,541 Pappy! I'm coming! 480 00:46:20,611 --> 00:46:21,839 Pappy, wait up! 481 00:46:22,513 --> 00:46:24,413 Over here, Boyle. - Hurry up! 482 00:46:27,151 --> 00:46:28,379 Pappy! 483 00:46:28,452 --> 00:46:29,510 Come on. 484 00:46:34,825 --> 00:46:36,156 All right? 485 00:46:36,226 --> 00:46:37,750 All right, go ahead. - He just got here. 486 00:47:00,851 --> 00:47:05,021 We got the 20 children and Father Philippe and Sister Dominique off the island in time. 487 00:47:05,088 --> 00:47:08,218 It was close, and from the severity of the fighting, 488 00:47:08,292 --> 00:47:11,420 it was a damn... A darn good thing. 489 00:47:11,495 --> 00:47:14,191 Through it all, Sister Dominique was unflinching, 490 00:47:14,264 --> 00:47:17,825 shouting out orders like a 20-year boot camp DI. 491 00:47:17,901 --> 00:47:20,165 But still, I had to admire her courage, 492 00:47:20,237 --> 00:47:23,263 even though she kept hounding me about my language. 493 00:47:23,340 --> 00:47:25,900 And I was glad she was gonna put the word in for me. 494 00:47:25,976 --> 00:47:30,242 And when she did, I hoped at last she would get my name right. 495 00:47:30,581 --> 00:47:32,776 God sent you to us, Major Bington. 496 00:47:32,850 --> 00:47:36,547 That's Boyington, Sister. Major Boyington. 497 00:47:37,062 --> 00:47:47,062 Edit & synch: r3p0 => S01e20.dvdrip.xvid-nodlabs <= Bierdopje.com® 2010 38239

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