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Would you like to inspect the original subtitles? These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:01:37,300 --> 00:01:40,867 There he is... First to give up. 2 00:01:44,533 --> 00:01:46,733 I never thought he'd sell out. 3 00:01:46,800 --> 00:01:48,867 I suppose he's going to deposit all the money 4 00:01:48,933 --> 00:01:50,433 He got for the herd. 5 00:01:52,233 --> 00:01:54,067 How's the cattle business? 6 00:01:54,100 --> 00:01:56,067 No sense sitting around here all day 7 00:01:56,100 --> 00:01:57,933 Chawin' like a bunch of old women. 8 00:01:58,067 --> 00:02:01,333 Anybody has a right to sell out if he wants to. 9 00:02:01,400 --> 00:02:03,300 I suppose Steve wanted to get his 10 00:02:03,367 --> 00:02:04,867 Before the price dropped to nothing. 11 00:02:09,300 --> 00:02:12,067 And he was going to be the cattle king of Wyoming. 12 00:02:12,133 --> 00:02:15,633 Well, the rest of you will soon do just what he's done. 13 00:02:15,700 --> 00:02:17,100 We're not selling out. 14 00:02:17,167 --> 00:02:19,067 You just stick around and see. 15 00:02:19,133 --> 00:02:21,667 Sure, I'll stick around. I got nothing better to do. 16 00:02:21,733 --> 00:02:23,333 As a matter of fact, 17 00:02:23,400 --> 00:02:25,167 I'll be here long after you two-bit ranchers 18 00:02:25,233 --> 00:02:26,633 Are all starved out. 19 00:02:26,700 --> 00:02:28,600 If I were 20 years younger... 20 00:02:28,667 --> 00:02:30,367 You won't live to be 20 seconds older 21 00:02:30,433 --> 00:02:32,300 If you keep running off at the mouth that way! 22 00:02:34,067 --> 00:02:36,400 Go ahead, let's see how fast you are. 23 00:02:36,467 --> 00:02:37,733 All right, graycoe. That's enough. 24 00:02:37,800 --> 00:02:39,067 Says who? 25 00:02:48,067 --> 00:02:50,833 I've been wanting to talk to you men about something. 26 00:02:50,900 --> 00:02:54,433 Aw, we got nothing to talk to you about. 27 00:02:56,233 --> 00:02:59,600 Thanks, Steve, for what you just did for me. 28 00:02:59,667 --> 00:03:01,833 I didn't ask for your help. 29 00:03:01,900 --> 00:03:04,100 Now wait a minute, please. 30 00:03:04,167 --> 00:03:06,567 Look, I just wanted to tell you this. 31 00:03:06,633 --> 00:03:09,067 If you can help it, don't sell out. 32 00:03:09,133 --> 00:03:10,067 You sold. 33 00:03:10,133 --> 00:03:11,567 Now, look, if you trust me, 34 00:03:11,633 --> 00:03:13,467 You'll hold on as long as possible. 35 00:03:13,533 --> 00:03:15,567 How long are you talking about? 36 00:03:15,633 --> 00:03:16,933 Till next spring. 37 00:03:17,067 --> 00:03:19,367 You can manage that all right, can't you? 38 00:03:19,433 --> 00:03:20,800 What is your scheme? 39 00:03:20,867 --> 00:03:23,600 I can't tell you just yet. 40 00:03:26,100 --> 00:03:28,533 We'll think it over. 41 00:03:48,967 --> 00:03:49,967 Hi, Larry. 42 00:03:50,067 --> 00:03:51,233 Hello, Steve. 43 00:03:51,300 --> 00:03:53,300 Afternoon, Mr. mccullum. 44 00:03:53,367 --> 00:03:55,233 Good afternoon, Steve. 45 00:03:55,300 --> 00:03:56,500 Got a minute? 46 00:03:56,567 --> 00:03:58,300 Of course. Sit down. 47 00:03:58,367 --> 00:03:59,267 Thanks. 48 00:04:01,367 --> 00:04:03,900 So you've sold your cattle, huh? 49 00:04:03,967 --> 00:04:05,433 All but a few head. 50 00:04:05,500 --> 00:04:11,133 After paying off the crew, this is all that's left of it. 51 00:04:11,200 --> 00:04:14,400 $8,000. Not very much for all those steers. 52 00:04:14,467 --> 00:04:17,200 Longhorns are a drug on the market. 53 00:04:17,267 --> 00:04:18,933 I was pretty lucky to sell them at all. 54 00:04:19,067 --> 00:04:21,400 If you'd held them a while longer, 55 00:04:21,467 --> 00:04:24,567 The smaller ranchers might have had some hope. 56 00:04:24,633 --> 00:04:25,967 Now, I don't know. 57 00:04:26,067 --> 00:04:27,067 Hope for what? 58 00:04:27,100 --> 00:04:29,533 For the price of longhorns to go up? 59 00:04:29,600 --> 00:04:32,400 You know better than that, Mr. mccullum. 60 00:04:32,467 --> 00:04:34,900 Well, something might have happened. 61 00:04:34,967 --> 00:04:38,767 Sure, but not if somebody doesn't make it happen. 62 00:04:38,833 --> 00:04:41,367 I'd like to mortgage my ranch. 63 00:04:41,433 --> 00:04:43,967 You'd get more if you sold it. 64 00:04:44,067 --> 00:04:45,500 I want to keep it. 65 00:04:45,567 --> 00:04:46,800 Oh, I see. 66 00:04:46,867 --> 00:04:50,467 Well... It's not worth very much. 67 00:04:50,533 --> 00:04:53,500 5,000 acres is always worth something. 68 00:04:53,567 --> 00:04:56,233 You were just getting ready to buy it. 69 00:04:56,300 --> 00:04:58,067 How much do you need? 70 00:04:58,133 --> 00:04:59,533 About $20,000. 71 00:04:59,600 --> 00:05:01,533 $20,000! 72 00:05:01,600 --> 00:05:05,167 You expect me to take a mortgage for $12,000? 73 00:05:05,233 --> 00:05:07,067 I can't do it. 74 00:05:07,100 --> 00:05:09,700 You can cut the place up into farms and make that much. 75 00:05:09,767 --> 00:05:11,467 I'll let you have $6,000. 76 00:05:11,533 --> 00:05:12,867 $8,000. 77 00:05:12,933 --> 00:05:16,533 $6,000, Steve. Take it or leave it. 78 00:05:16,600 --> 00:05:18,667 I'll take it. 79 00:05:18,733 --> 00:05:21,667 Make out the papers. 80 00:05:24,900 --> 00:05:27,133 What are you planning to do with the money? 81 00:05:29,067 --> 00:05:30,933 You'll find out. 82 00:05:40,067 --> 00:05:41,067 Hi, Bob. 83 00:05:41,133 --> 00:05:43,900 Steve. How was the trip? 84 00:05:43,967 --> 00:05:45,500 Well, about what you would expect. 85 00:05:45,567 --> 00:05:47,700 I got the going rate for longhorns... 86 00:05:47,767 --> 00:05:49,600 Half cent a pound. 87 00:05:49,667 --> 00:05:51,067 I can pay your back wages now. 88 00:05:51,133 --> 00:05:52,633 Thanks for waiting. 89 00:05:52,700 --> 00:05:55,967 That's all right. 90 00:05:56,067 --> 00:05:58,067 Well, thanks for everything, Steve. 91 00:05:58,067 --> 00:05:59,100 I'll be seeing you. 92 00:05:59,167 --> 00:06:02,400 Now hold on. You've still got a job. 93 00:06:02,467 --> 00:06:05,100 You're still my foreman, regular foreman's wages. 94 00:06:05,167 --> 00:06:06,500 You don't need me. 95 00:06:06,567 --> 00:06:08,567 You just sold almost all your cattle. 96 00:06:08,633 --> 00:06:10,900 And half a cent a pound, the few you got left 97 00:06:10,967 --> 00:06:12,833 Aren't worth paying anybody to look after. 98 00:06:12,900 --> 00:06:15,800 Climb on your horse and come with me. 99 00:06:15,867 --> 00:06:16,467 Where to? 100 00:06:16,533 --> 00:06:18,433 Just over the hill. 101 00:06:33,900 --> 00:06:35,200 Remember him? 102 00:06:35,267 --> 00:06:38,167 Mewhhh! 103 00:06:38,233 --> 00:06:41,167 It's your little crossbreed. 104 00:06:41,233 --> 00:06:42,800 How does he look to you? 105 00:06:42,867 --> 00:06:45,800 He looks fine, Steve. He's coming along great. 106 00:06:45,867 --> 00:06:48,067 Gonna have some good steaks on him. 107 00:06:48,067 --> 00:06:49,600 Yeah, he's tough, too. 108 00:06:49,667 --> 00:06:52,667 He's as tough as any steer we've ever grown around here. 109 00:06:52,733 --> 00:06:55,133 It's going to work, Bob. I'm sure of it. 110 00:06:55,200 --> 00:06:57,133 Looks like you're right, Steve. 111 00:06:57,200 --> 00:06:58,633 It's going to take a lot of money. 112 00:06:58,700 --> 00:06:59,733 Did you consider that? 113 00:06:59,800 --> 00:07:02,433 Yeah. I mortgaged the ranch. 114 00:07:02,500 --> 00:07:04,700 I'm leaving for Oregon tomorrow morning. 115 00:07:04,767 --> 00:07:06,367 I sure wish you'd come along, Bob. 116 00:07:06,433 --> 00:07:08,433 You don't waste much time. 117 00:07:08,500 --> 00:07:10,133 I can't afford to. 118 00:07:10,200 --> 00:07:11,267 I'm ready. 119 00:07:11,333 --> 00:07:12,633 Good. 120 00:07:12,700 --> 00:07:15,633 We'll button down the place and we'll get packed. 121 00:07:15,700 --> 00:07:17,867 Mewhhh! 122 00:07:25,433 --> 00:07:28,433 [ Player piano plays ] 123 00:07:50,500 --> 00:07:51,933 Where are you going? 124 00:07:52,067 --> 00:07:53,667 I'm going to see Maddox. 125 00:07:53,733 --> 00:07:54,933 Maybe he's busy. 126 00:07:55,067 --> 00:07:57,667 He won't be too busy to talk to me. 127 00:07:57,733 --> 00:08:01,067 If it's about a job, Andrews, I'm the man to see. 128 00:08:01,100 --> 00:08:02,267 It's about a job, 129 00:08:02,333 --> 00:08:03,167 But you'll probably be working for me. 130 00:08:03,233 --> 00:08:04,767 Oh? Sounds interesting. 131 00:08:04,833 --> 00:08:08,467 Hmm. It is. 132 00:08:08,533 --> 00:08:09,700 What is it? 133 00:08:09,767 --> 00:08:11,533 I want to talk to you, Maddox. 134 00:08:11,600 --> 00:08:12,933 This is Bob Andrews. 135 00:08:28,300 --> 00:08:29,800 Come in. 136 00:08:35,067 --> 00:08:37,967 I have a proposition for you, Maddox, 137 00:08:38,067 --> 00:08:39,733 But it's confidential. 138 00:08:39,800 --> 00:08:42,667 Mr. graycoe is a trusted associate. 139 00:08:42,733 --> 00:08:45,400 All right, Mr. Andrews. I'm a busy man. 140 00:08:45,467 --> 00:08:47,133 What is your proposition? 141 00:08:49,367 --> 00:08:50,667 This is big, Maddox, 142 00:08:50,733 --> 00:08:53,233 Bigger than anything you've ever done. 143 00:08:53,300 --> 00:08:55,500 And I'm going to be your partner. 144 00:08:55,567 --> 00:08:56,967 Yeah? Go on. 145 00:08:57,067 --> 00:09:00,267 Steve Patrick has an idea he thinks is going to make him 146 00:09:00,333 --> 00:09:04,633 The biggest cattleman in Wyoming. 147 00:09:04,700 --> 00:09:05,867 I can't see any advantage 148 00:09:05,933 --> 00:09:07,233 In being any kind of a cattleman in Wyoming. 149 00:09:07,300 --> 00:09:08,767 He's bringing in a herd of white-face. 150 00:09:08,833 --> 00:09:09,767 He's crazy. 151 00:09:09,833 --> 00:09:10,867 If you don't shut up... 152 00:09:10,933 --> 00:09:11,933 Who do you think you're talking to? 153 00:09:12,067 --> 00:09:13,267 Graycoe! 154 00:09:13,333 --> 00:09:17,633 Mr. Andrews, graycoe's a very impulsive man. 155 00:09:17,700 --> 00:09:20,133 I suggest you be more careful with him. 156 00:09:20,200 --> 00:09:21,933 Sit down and please go on. 157 00:09:22,067 --> 00:09:24,067 Patrick has an idea for a new crossbreed. 158 00:09:24,100 --> 00:09:26,100 He's tried it and it works. I've seen it. 159 00:09:26,167 --> 00:09:27,967 It's a cross between the Texas longhorn 160 00:09:28,067 --> 00:09:29,433 And hereford dairy cattle. 161 00:09:29,500 --> 00:09:31,400 It's got half again as much meat as the longhorn 162 00:09:31,467 --> 00:09:32,567 And it's just as rugged. 163 00:09:32,633 --> 00:09:34,333 These winters won't bother it at all. 164 00:09:34,400 --> 00:09:36,900 It'll change the whole cattle picture in this state. 165 00:09:36,967 --> 00:09:40,200 And how does Patrick expect to keep this a secret? 166 00:09:40,267 --> 00:09:41,800 He doesn't. Once he gets started, 167 00:09:41,867 --> 00:09:43,367 He plans to furnish his neighbors 168 00:09:43,433 --> 00:09:45,267 With all the breeding stock they need. 169 00:09:45,333 --> 00:09:46,800 Very charitable man. 170 00:09:46,867 --> 00:09:49,733 Just what do you expect us to do about all this? 171 00:09:49,800 --> 00:09:52,833 Some of the ranchers around here have quit already 172 00:09:52,900 --> 00:09:54,433 And their land's for sale. 173 00:09:54,500 --> 00:09:56,567 The rest of them have mortgages. 174 00:09:56,633 --> 00:09:58,267 You have enough cash on hand 175 00:09:58,333 --> 00:10:01,667 To buy up 10 or 15,000 acres of land and paper tomorrow. 176 00:10:01,733 --> 00:10:02,967 Then we'll go ahead. 177 00:10:03,033 --> 00:10:05,200 We? I see you're a partner already. 178 00:10:05,267 --> 00:10:07,467 Not a very good businessman. 179 00:10:07,533 --> 00:10:08,700 You've told me a secret. 180 00:10:08,767 --> 00:10:10,733 You've told me how to capitalize on it. 181 00:10:10,800 --> 00:10:12,633 Now if I should decide to go ahead, 182 00:10:12,700 --> 00:10:13,733 I don't need you. 183 00:10:13,800 --> 00:10:15,200 Yes, you do. 184 00:10:15,267 --> 00:10:18,133 You need the hereford cattle, and I'll have them... 185 00:10:18,200 --> 00:10:20,400 $14,000 worth of the best breeding stock. 186 00:10:20,467 --> 00:10:22,233 Where do you expect to get them? 187 00:10:22,300 --> 00:10:23,367 Oregon. 188 00:10:23,433 --> 00:10:25,933 Patrick and I are leaving in the morning. 189 00:10:26,000 --> 00:10:29,300 I see. You figure to grab Patrick's herd. 190 00:10:29,367 --> 00:10:30,233 That's right. 191 00:10:30,300 --> 00:10:32,267 And I know just the place to do it. 192 00:10:32,333 --> 00:10:34,933 I know this country like the palm of my hand. 193 00:10:35,000 --> 00:10:37,767 Mr. Andrews... 194 00:10:37,833 --> 00:10:39,367 You've got a deal. 195 00:10:39,433 --> 00:10:42,300 Now just tell me when and where. 196 00:10:42,367 --> 00:10:44,967 Can you furnish about six good men? 197 00:10:45,033 --> 00:10:46,200 Yes. 198 00:10:46,267 --> 00:10:49,033 We'll be gone a couple of months. 199 00:10:49,100 --> 00:10:50,800 You set up a camp above canyon river. 200 00:10:50,867 --> 00:10:52,700 I'll meet you there when we get back. 201 00:10:52,767 --> 00:10:54,900 Let's see, you better be there in about six weeks 202 00:10:54,967 --> 00:10:57,000 In case we make better time than we expect to. 203 00:10:57,067 --> 00:10:59,100 I'll tell you the rest of the plan then. 204 00:10:59,167 --> 00:11:01,300 We'll be there. 205 00:11:01,367 --> 00:11:03,300 In the meantime, you buy up the land. 206 00:11:03,367 --> 00:11:04,633 Maddox, between us, 207 00:11:04,700 --> 00:11:06,600 We'll have the biggest spread in this state. 208 00:11:06,667 --> 00:11:09,533 Before we're through, we'll own 50,000 head of cattle. 209 00:11:09,600 --> 00:11:12,700 I'm curious about one thing. 210 00:11:12,767 --> 00:11:15,700 I thought you and Steve Patrick were close friends. 211 00:11:17,633 --> 00:11:20,567 I'm through working for other people. 212 00:11:20,633 --> 00:11:22,167 I want a ranch of my own... 213 00:11:22,233 --> 00:11:23,667 A big one. 214 00:11:23,733 --> 00:11:25,600 Well, if this works out... 215 00:11:25,667 --> 00:11:27,367 It will, if you do your part. 216 00:11:27,433 --> 00:11:28,667 Don't worry about that. 217 00:11:28,733 --> 00:11:30,667 I've got a question, too, Andrews. 218 00:11:30,733 --> 00:11:32,667 Just what do you figure on doing with Patrick? 219 00:11:32,733 --> 00:11:35,200 You don't think he's going to sit there 220 00:11:35,267 --> 00:11:37,433 While you steal his cows, do you? 221 00:11:37,500 --> 00:11:39,933 We'll decide that when we come to it. 222 00:11:40,067 --> 00:11:41,100 All right. 223 00:11:41,167 --> 00:11:42,767 We'll meet you above canyon river. 224 00:11:42,833 --> 00:11:44,400 Right. 225 00:11:50,700 --> 00:11:53,067 So we're going into the cattle business now, huh? 226 00:11:53,100 --> 00:11:54,833 I don't see why not. 227 00:11:54,900 --> 00:11:57,433 Maybe Patrick's all wrong about this crossbreed. 228 00:11:57,500 --> 00:11:58,767 I don't think so. 229 00:11:58,833 --> 00:12:00,767 He knows more about cattle than anybody around here. 230 00:12:00,833 --> 00:12:02,533 If he says it'll work, it will. 231 00:12:02,600 --> 00:12:04,500 And you're going to take the gamble 232 00:12:04,567 --> 00:12:06,267 And sink all that cash in land? 233 00:12:06,333 --> 00:12:07,967 It won't be much of a gamble. 234 00:12:08,067 --> 00:12:10,833 The land that's available around here is pretty cheap. 235 00:12:10,900 --> 00:12:13,567 And after Patrick leaves, it'll be cheaper. 236 00:12:13,633 --> 00:12:17,067 Tell me, in your wide circle of acquaintances, 237 00:12:17,067 --> 00:12:19,067 Would there be any rustlers? 238 00:12:19,133 --> 00:12:20,900 Some of my best friends. 239 00:12:20,967 --> 00:12:23,300 Get me a body of good ones, will you? 240 00:12:57,967 --> 00:13:00,633 [ Coyote howls ] 241 00:13:33,500 --> 00:13:35,233 More coffee, Bob? 242 00:13:35,300 --> 00:13:36,500 No, thanks. 243 00:13:36,567 --> 00:13:38,167 Enough for morning. 244 00:13:38,233 --> 00:13:40,867 I'll take first shift tonight. 245 00:13:40,933 --> 00:13:41,900 All right. 246 00:13:41,967 --> 00:13:44,267 Wake me up about midnight, huh? 247 00:13:44,333 --> 00:13:45,433 Yeah. 248 00:13:45,500 --> 00:13:48,933 If you get tired, wake me up before that. 249 00:14:53,067 --> 00:14:54,533 [ Bird call ] 250 00:14:57,567 --> 00:14:59,200 [ Bird call ] 251 00:15:21,900 --> 00:15:23,100 Neigh! 252 00:15:23,167 --> 00:15:24,367 Neigh! 253 00:15:31,967 --> 00:15:33,067 Steve! 254 00:15:58,700 --> 00:16:00,467 Easy, Bob, easy. 255 00:16:00,533 --> 00:16:02,400 It's only me, boy. 256 00:16:02,467 --> 00:16:03,667 How is it? 257 00:16:03,733 --> 00:16:06,233 It's not good. 258 00:16:06,300 --> 00:16:08,800 Did you find the horses? 259 00:16:08,867 --> 00:16:11,867 No. There must have been quite a few of them. 260 00:16:11,933 --> 00:16:13,133 I saw a lot of moccasin tracks 261 00:16:13,200 --> 00:16:14,700 Around where they picked them up. 262 00:16:14,767 --> 00:16:16,567 Sorry, Steve. It's my fault. 263 00:16:16,633 --> 00:16:18,067 I fell asleep. 264 00:16:18,133 --> 00:16:20,100 Forget it. How about a little water? 265 00:16:23,067 --> 00:16:26,833 Our problem right now is to get a doctor for you. 266 00:16:26,900 --> 00:16:29,700 There's no horses. You can't walk. 267 00:16:29,767 --> 00:16:30,833 I can try. 268 00:16:30,900 --> 00:16:33,500 We can't be more than a few Miles 269 00:16:33,567 --> 00:16:35,367 From the Oregon border. 270 00:16:35,433 --> 00:16:38,567 Bound to be some settlers around there. 271 00:16:38,633 --> 00:16:40,433 Look, you take it easy. 272 00:16:40,500 --> 00:16:41,867 I'll get back as soon as I can. 273 00:16:41,933 --> 00:16:43,100 All right. 274 00:17:49,900 --> 00:17:52,100 Neigh! 275 00:17:52,167 --> 00:17:53,933 Hey! 276 00:17:54,067 --> 00:17:56,467 Hey! 277 00:17:56,533 --> 00:17:58,400 [ Gunshot ] 278 00:17:58,467 --> 00:18:00,433 [ Gunshot ] 279 00:18:36,233 --> 00:18:37,967 Thanks. 280 00:18:38,067 --> 00:18:39,200 All right. What's the trouble? 281 00:18:39,267 --> 00:18:42,800 Indians. Stole our horses last night, 282 00:18:42,867 --> 00:18:44,367 Shot my partner up pretty bad. 283 00:18:44,433 --> 00:18:46,767 Got to get a doctor to him before he bleeds to death. 284 00:18:46,833 --> 00:18:49,067 There aren't any Indians within Miles of here. 285 00:18:49,100 --> 00:18:52,633 I'm glad to hear that. 286 00:18:52,700 --> 00:18:54,467 Where did it happen? 287 00:18:54,533 --> 00:18:55,667 Rock flats out east of here. 288 00:18:55,733 --> 00:18:57,933 How did you get this far since last night? 289 00:18:58,067 --> 00:18:59,500 Walked. 290 00:18:59,567 --> 00:19:01,067 That's impossible. 291 00:19:01,133 --> 00:19:02,400 All right, so it's impossible. 292 00:19:02,467 --> 00:19:05,367 Are you going to get me some help or aren't you? 293 00:19:06,967 --> 00:19:08,133 I'm sorry. 294 00:19:08,200 --> 00:19:12,267 I'll get a doctor and a buckboard right away. 295 00:19:12,333 --> 00:19:13,500 Thanks. 296 00:19:13,567 --> 00:19:16,433 Get me a horse, will you, please? 297 00:19:16,500 --> 00:19:18,333 I'll be right here. 298 00:19:33,500 --> 00:19:34,633 Oh, thanks, Chuck. 299 00:19:34,700 --> 00:19:36,600 You're welcome, Mr. Patrick. 300 00:19:36,667 --> 00:19:38,600 You can call me Steve, you know, Chuck. 301 00:19:38,667 --> 00:19:39,933 Everybody else does. 302 00:19:40,067 --> 00:19:41,567 Okay. 303 00:19:43,833 --> 00:19:47,067 Mmm. Where'd you learn to make pie like this, miss hale? 304 00:19:47,067 --> 00:19:49,700 Back home. I'm a farm girl from Illinois. 305 00:19:49,767 --> 00:19:51,267 During the harvest season, 306 00:19:51,333 --> 00:19:54,267 Mother and I used to cook for 40, 50 people at a time. 307 00:19:54,333 --> 00:19:56,267 How is he, doctor? 308 00:19:56,333 --> 00:19:57,467 Oh, he'll be all right. 309 00:19:57,533 --> 00:19:58,900 Bullet missed his lung and went through. 310 00:19:58,967 --> 00:20:00,700 He's got a couple of cracked ribs 311 00:20:00,767 --> 00:20:02,500 And he's lost considerable blood, 312 00:20:02,567 --> 00:20:05,400 But a couple weeks rest will put him back on his feet. 313 00:20:05,467 --> 00:20:07,100 Where's the lung, doc? 314 00:20:07,167 --> 00:20:10,633 It's right there. 315 00:20:10,700 --> 00:20:12,433 Boy, you killed that Indian, 316 00:20:12,500 --> 00:20:13,867 Didn't you, Steve? 317 00:20:13,933 --> 00:20:16,633 Time for you to go to bed, Charles. 318 00:20:16,700 --> 00:20:19,567 You promised not to call me that, mom. 319 00:20:19,633 --> 00:20:21,400 That's right. I'm sorry, Chuck. 320 00:20:21,467 --> 00:20:23,367 Now say good night and go to bed. 321 00:20:23,433 --> 00:20:24,367 Good night, doc. 322 00:20:24,433 --> 00:20:25,600 Good night, young fellow. 323 00:20:25,667 --> 00:20:27,067 Good night, Steve. 324 00:20:27,133 --> 00:20:28,233 Good night, Chuck. 325 00:20:31,933 --> 00:20:34,033 You know what I'm going to be when I grow up? 326 00:20:34,100 --> 00:20:35,133 I can guess. 327 00:20:35,200 --> 00:20:36,133 What? 328 00:20:36,200 --> 00:20:37,633 A cowboy, that's what. 329 00:20:38,900 --> 00:20:41,000 This is probably the most exciting thing 330 00:20:41,067 --> 00:20:42,633 That's ever happened to him. 331 00:20:42,700 --> 00:20:44,967 He's a fine boy. 332 00:20:45,033 --> 00:20:46,700 Can I get you some coffee, doctor? 333 00:20:46,767 --> 00:20:49,367 No, thanks. I have a couple more calls to make. 334 00:20:49,433 --> 00:20:52,067 I'll stop in in a day or two and change his dressing. 335 00:20:52,133 --> 00:20:53,933 Thank you, doctor. What do I owe you? 336 00:20:54,000 --> 00:20:55,200 Oh, I don't know. 337 00:20:55,267 --> 00:20:57,367 It depends on how many calls I have to make. 338 00:20:57,433 --> 00:20:59,200 I'll collect from you later. 339 00:20:59,267 --> 00:21:00,300 Good night, Janet. 340 00:21:00,367 --> 00:21:01,667 Good night, doctor. 341 00:21:02,733 --> 00:21:04,067 Mr. Patrick... 342 00:21:04,100 --> 00:21:06,833 You may not realize it, but... 343 00:21:06,900 --> 00:21:09,767 You saved that young man's life. 344 00:21:09,833 --> 00:21:12,467 I'm glad I was able to help, doctor. 345 00:21:12,533 --> 00:21:13,467 Good night. 346 00:21:13,533 --> 00:21:14,767 Night. 347 00:21:18,767 --> 00:21:19,933 How are your feet? 348 00:21:20,067 --> 00:21:21,333 Much better, thanks. 349 00:21:21,400 --> 00:21:24,733 I've done enough walking to last me a long time. 350 00:21:24,800 --> 00:21:28,633 Sure glad a cowboy can do most of his work sitting down. 351 00:21:28,700 --> 00:21:31,467 Shall I heat that up for you? 352 00:21:31,533 --> 00:21:33,300 No, that'll be fine. Thanks. 353 00:21:33,367 --> 00:21:35,967 You've been very good to us, miss hale. 354 00:21:36,067 --> 00:21:37,833 You had as much to do with saving Bob's life 355 00:21:37,900 --> 00:21:39,167 As any of us did. 356 00:21:39,233 --> 00:21:43,767 Well, I'm glad I was around at the right time. 357 00:21:43,833 --> 00:21:46,400 I'm sorry to impose on you, 358 00:21:46,467 --> 00:21:48,500 But if Bob has to rest up, Mrs. hale... 359 00:21:48,567 --> 00:21:51,133 He's welcome to stay here. 360 00:21:51,200 --> 00:21:53,067 I'll sleep in Chuck's room. 361 00:21:53,133 --> 00:21:54,700 You and the boy alone? 362 00:21:54,767 --> 00:21:57,567 Yes, my husband died almost a year ago. 363 00:21:57,633 --> 00:21:59,433 I'm sorry to hear that. 364 00:21:59,500 --> 00:22:01,133 It's a pretty rough country 365 00:22:01,200 --> 00:22:03,733 For a woman and a child to live in alone. 366 00:22:03,800 --> 00:22:06,300 Well, I'm trying to sell this place. 367 00:22:06,367 --> 00:22:07,900 As soon as I do, 368 00:22:07,967 --> 00:22:11,067 I'll use the money for our transportation back east. 369 00:22:11,100 --> 00:22:13,900 I want Chuck to have a proper education. 370 00:22:13,967 --> 00:22:16,967 He's getting to be as wild as the country. 371 00:22:17,067 --> 00:22:18,900 Oh, he isn't so wild, ma'am. 372 00:22:18,967 --> 00:22:23,067 No more so than any other healthy youngster. 373 00:22:23,067 --> 00:22:24,233 Maybe not. 374 00:22:24,300 --> 00:22:26,800 I wouldn't be so concerned 375 00:22:26,867 --> 00:22:30,467 If he had a father to educate him. 376 00:22:30,533 --> 00:22:33,967 If you don't mind my saying so, Mrs. hale, 377 00:22:34,067 --> 00:22:37,233 Unless all the men in Oregon are blind, 378 00:22:37,300 --> 00:22:41,933 There must be quite a few who'd like to be Chuck's father. 379 00:22:42,067 --> 00:22:46,733 None that I'd care to marry, Mr. Patrick. 380 00:22:46,800 --> 00:22:48,800 You must be... 381 00:22:48,867 --> 00:22:51,100 Very particular. 382 00:22:51,167 --> 00:22:52,400 Yes, I am. 383 00:22:52,467 --> 00:22:53,567 Very. 384 00:22:56,633 --> 00:22:59,267 I'm afraid you'll have to sleep in the barn. 385 00:22:59,333 --> 00:23:01,533 There's no other place I can offer you. 386 00:23:01,600 --> 00:23:03,267 That'll be fine. 387 00:23:19,600 --> 00:23:20,733 Thanks again. 388 00:23:20,800 --> 00:23:22,067 Good night. 389 00:23:22,133 --> 00:23:23,433 Good night. 390 00:23:40,067 --> 00:23:42,700 [ Rooster crows ] 391 00:23:47,900 --> 00:23:49,600 How are your feet today, Mr. Patrick? 392 00:23:49,667 --> 00:23:52,067 A bit tender, but I reckon they'll be all right 393 00:23:52,100 --> 00:23:54,067 By the time I reach Pendleton. 394 00:23:54,133 --> 00:23:56,867 I made you some sandwiches for your lunch. 395 00:23:56,933 --> 00:23:58,300 Thanks. 396 00:24:00,800 --> 00:24:02,567 Thanks for the loan of the horse, too. 397 00:24:05,100 --> 00:24:06,700 Hey, Steve! 398 00:24:06,767 --> 00:24:11,533 You're not leaving without saying goodbye to me. 399 00:24:11,600 --> 00:24:14,367 Now you know better than that, cowboy. 400 00:24:14,433 --> 00:24:15,367 So long. 401 00:24:15,433 --> 00:24:16,433 So long. 402 00:24:16,500 --> 00:24:18,867 I'll see you in about two weeks. 403 00:24:18,933 --> 00:24:19,900 All right. 404 00:24:19,967 --> 00:24:21,400 Don't worry about Mr. Andrews. 405 00:24:21,467 --> 00:24:22,500 I'll take good care of him. 406 00:24:22,567 --> 00:24:24,833 Good. Goodbye. 407 00:24:24,900 --> 00:24:26,433 Goodbye, Steve. 408 00:24:46,767 --> 00:24:49,467 Steve don't have any boys of his own, you know, mom. 409 00:24:49,533 --> 00:24:52,233 Doesn't have any boys, dear. 410 00:24:52,300 --> 00:24:55,833 Yeah. He'd like to have a boy, you know. 411 00:24:55,900 --> 00:24:57,200 He told me so. 412 00:24:57,267 --> 00:24:59,067 Oh, he did, did he? 413 00:25:00,867 --> 00:25:02,800 Mom, why don't we go on the trail drive 414 00:25:02,867 --> 00:25:05,867 With Steve and Bob when they go back to Wyoming? 415 00:25:05,933 --> 00:25:07,500 It'd be a lot of fun. 416 00:25:07,567 --> 00:25:10,133 I'm sure it would, but it's much too far 417 00:25:10,200 --> 00:25:12,500 For a couple of tenderfeet like us. 418 00:25:12,567 --> 00:25:17,067 Besides, we can't ride well enough anyway. 419 00:25:17,133 --> 00:25:18,600 We could learn, I bet. 420 00:25:18,667 --> 00:25:21,800 Steve wasn't any older than me when he learned. 421 00:25:21,867 --> 00:25:23,967 We got plenty to keep us busy 422 00:25:24,067 --> 00:25:26,333 Around here for a while, Chuck... 423 00:25:26,400 --> 00:25:28,067 Till we sell this place. 424 00:25:28,067 --> 00:25:29,600 Nobody wants to buy it. 425 00:25:29,667 --> 00:25:31,600 Well, they certainly won't 426 00:25:31,667 --> 00:25:33,067 If we let it get in any worse shape 427 00:25:33,100 --> 00:25:34,567 Than it is already. 428 00:25:34,633 --> 00:25:37,267 You didn't finish hoeing the vegetable garden yesterday, 429 00:25:37,333 --> 00:25:38,933 For instance, now did you? 430 00:25:39,067 --> 00:25:40,400 No, ma'am. 431 00:25:54,233 --> 00:25:57,467 Yes, sir, Mr. Patrick, they're all prime beef. 432 00:25:57,533 --> 00:25:59,700 You won't find better herefords than them anywhere. 433 00:25:59,767 --> 00:26:01,133 Glad to hear that. 434 00:26:01,200 --> 00:26:04,500 What's your price if I take the whole thousand? 435 00:26:04,567 --> 00:26:06,600 $15 a head. 436 00:26:06,667 --> 00:26:09,200 That would include 30, 40 new calves. 437 00:26:09,267 --> 00:26:10,800 I'd let them go along with their mothers. 438 00:26:13,533 --> 00:26:16,400 This is all there is, Mr. Reed. 439 00:26:16,467 --> 00:26:19,067 I need the whole thousand head. 440 00:26:19,100 --> 00:26:20,633 Hey, $14,000. All cash. 441 00:26:20,700 --> 00:26:23,233 Mister, you got a deal. 442 00:26:27,467 --> 00:26:30,700 You have pretty good-looking cows, all right. 443 00:26:30,767 --> 00:26:33,133 Course they won't be by the time I get 'em up home. 444 00:26:33,200 --> 00:26:34,300 Where's that? 445 00:26:34,367 --> 00:26:36,300 Powder river country... Wyoming. 446 00:26:36,367 --> 00:26:38,633 Wyoming? Mr. Patrick... 447 00:26:38,700 --> 00:26:40,267 Selling a thousand head of cattle 448 00:26:40,333 --> 00:26:42,333 Is something that I just can't do every day. 449 00:26:42,400 --> 00:26:43,933 Much as I want to make the deal, 450 00:26:44,067 --> 00:26:45,733 There's something I got to tell you. 451 00:26:45,800 --> 00:26:48,067 Them herefords just won't live on the open range. 452 00:26:48,067 --> 00:26:49,600 Only Texas cattle's got a chance 453 00:26:49,667 --> 00:26:51,533 Against them hard Wyoming winters. 454 00:26:51,600 --> 00:26:53,100 They'll live. 455 00:26:53,167 --> 00:26:54,733 I'll see to it, 456 00:26:54,800 --> 00:26:57,200 If I have to hand-feed every one of them myself. 457 00:26:57,267 --> 00:26:59,133 All right, but I hope you're not making 458 00:26:59,200 --> 00:27:01,267 An expensive mistake. 459 00:27:01,333 --> 00:27:03,100 I hope the same, Mr. Reed. 460 00:27:03,167 --> 00:27:05,233 When will you have the bill of sale ready? 461 00:27:05,300 --> 00:27:06,867 Tomorrow before noon be all right? 462 00:27:06,933 --> 00:27:10,333 Fine. I'll be back either in the morning or afternoon. 463 00:27:10,400 --> 00:27:11,667 It depends on how long it'll take me 464 00:27:11,733 --> 00:27:13,067 To hire a trail crew. 465 00:27:13,067 --> 00:27:15,200 Now you might just have a little trouble there. 466 00:27:15,267 --> 00:27:17,233 That's a long, hard drive you got in mind, 467 00:27:17,300 --> 00:27:19,367 Going the wrong way on the Oregon trail. 468 00:27:19,433 --> 00:27:21,567 Where do you think I should start looking? 469 00:27:21,633 --> 00:27:24,200 Might try the cattlemen's association in town. 470 00:27:24,267 --> 00:27:27,267 All right, I'll do that. Thanks. 471 00:27:27,333 --> 00:27:29,667 Be looking for you tomorrow then. 472 00:27:29,733 --> 00:27:31,200 Good luck. 473 00:27:44,533 --> 00:27:46,633 I'm afraid that's the story, Patrick. 474 00:27:46,700 --> 00:27:49,467 No punchers have registered with us for some time. 475 00:27:49,533 --> 00:27:51,067 I guess they're all working. 476 00:27:51,100 --> 00:27:53,067 Roundups have been over for two months. 477 00:27:53,100 --> 00:27:54,700 What happened to the men who worked them? 478 00:27:54,767 --> 00:27:55,767 I wouldn't know. 479 00:27:55,833 --> 00:27:57,133 I think you would know. 480 00:27:57,200 --> 00:27:59,067 When I told you what I wanted the men for, 481 00:27:59,100 --> 00:28:00,533 You didn't even check your listings. 482 00:28:00,600 --> 00:28:01,600 Listen, Patrick... 483 00:28:01,667 --> 00:28:04,400 You listen! Men who are looking for work 484 00:28:04,467 --> 00:28:06,700 Aren't going to like the way you represent them. 485 00:28:06,767 --> 00:28:08,767 They'll thank me. 486 00:28:08,833 --> 00:28:10,300 No cowboy in his right mind 487 00:28:10,367 --> 00:28:13,267 Wants any part of a job like yours this time of year. 488 00:28:13,333 --> 00:28:14,733 So good day, sir. 489 00:28:15,933 --> 00:28:17,833 [ Player piano plays ] 490 00:28:48,900 --> 00:28:50,300 Whiskey? 491 00:28:50,367 --> 00:28:51,567 Yeah. 492 00:28:53,700 --> 00:28:55,467 My name is Steve Patrick. 493 00:28:55,533 --> 00:28:57,367 I'm a cattle rancher. 494 00:28:57,433 --> 00:28:59,833 I'm looking for a trail crew. 495 00:28:59,900 --> 00:29:01,767 Have any idea where I might find one? 496 00:29:01,833 --> 00:29:03,867 This is as good a place as any, mister. 497 00:29:03,933 --> 00:29:06,267 Take your pick. A 498 00:29:06,333 --> 00:29:09,167 I got a crew of eight good men and a cook, Mr. Patrick. 499 00:29:09,233 --> 00:29:10,200 Experienced? 500 00:29:10,267 --> 00:29:11,367 Yes, sir. 501 00:29:11,433 --> 00:29:13,167 All right. You're hired. 502 00:29:13,233 --> 00:29:16,433 I pay regular wages... $40 a month and grub, 503 00:29:16,500 --> 00:29:20,367 Bonus of $20 a man if we lose less than 5% of the cows. 504 00:29:20,433 --> 00:29:22,333 How many cows and where are you taking them? 505 00:29:22,400 --> 00:29:24,567 Does that make any difference? 506 00:29:24,633 --> 00:29:26,733 No, just curious, Mr. Patrick. 507 00:29:26,800 --> 00:29:29,167 A thousand head of white-face. 508 00:29:29,233 --> 00:29:31,133 I'm taking them to Wyoming. 509 00:29:31,200 --> 00:29:33,167 You mean that? 510 00:29:33,233 --> 00:29:36,700 Sure I mean it. 511 00:29:36,767 --> 00:29:37,800 No, thanks. 512 00:29:37,867 --> 00:29:40,233 You men can't want work very bad. 513 00:29:40,300 --> 00:29:43,667 We don't, Mr. Patrick. This is the off-season. 514 00:29:43,733 --> 00:29:45,967 We can get along without a trip to Wyoming. 515 00:29:46,067 --> 00:29:48,233 I've been there in the winter and I don't like it. 516 00:29:48,300 --> 00:29:49,967 Neither will your cows. 517 00:29:57,133 --> 00:29:58,533 Any other saloons in town? 518 00:29:58,600 --> 00:29:59,733 There's only one other place 519 00:29:59,800 --> 00:30:01,133 Where you might pick up a crew, 520 00:30:01,200 --> 00:30:02,533 But I wouldn't recommend it. 521 00:30:02,600 --> 00:30:04,033 Where's that? 522 00:30:04,100 --> 00:30:05,767 It's around the corner. It's called mcclary's. 523 00:30:05,833 --> 00:30:07,867 Why wouldn't you recommend it? 524 00:30:07,933 --> 00:30:10,100 If you were looking for owl hoots 525 00:30:10,167 --> 00:30:12,033 Or ex-convicts or rustlers, 526 00:30:12,100 --> 00:30:14,767 Mcclary's would be the place to find them. 527 00:30:14,833 --> 00:30:19,967 No rancher with any sense would hire them for punchers. 528 00:30:20,033 --> 00:30:21,700 If you're going to mcclary's, mister, 529 00:30:21,767 --> 00:30:23,533 You'd better figure on shooting your way out. 530 00:30:30,800 --> 00:30:32,533 I'm taking three. 531 00:30:36,633 --> 00:30:37,600 20. 532 00:30:37,667 --> 00:30:39,033 Raise. 533 00:30:41,800 --> 00:30:43,733 I'll see you... 534 00:30:43,800 --> 00:30:45,233 See the raise... 535 00:30:45,300 --> 00:30:47,233 And bump you 50. 536 00:30:47,300 --> 00:30:49,233 I'll see you, lynch. 537 00:30:49,300 --> 00:30:50,400 I'm light. 538 00:30:50,467 --> 00:30:51,900 You're always light. 539 00:30:51,967 --> 00:30:54,233 A house full of 3's. 540 00:30:54,300 --> 00:30:56,100 That makes 30 you owe me. 541 00:30:56,167 --> 00:30:57,900 Put it in the book, Ben. 542 00:30:57,967 --> 00:30:59,333 How much does he owe me altogether? 543 00:30:59,400 --> 00:31:00,467 Well, let me see now. 544 00:31:00,533 --> 00:31:04,933 That makes it $170... $178,000 and 50 cents. 545 00:31:05,067 --> 00:31:07,200 Nothin'. I can afford it. 546 00:31:12,133 --> 00:31:13,233 Whiskey. 547 00:31:13,300 --> 00:31:14,733 You know him, Ben? 548 00:31:14,800 --> 00:31:17,367 Never laid eyes on him before. 549 00:31:23,800 --> 00:31:25,767 Mister, you're either the law 550 00:31:25,833 --> 00:31:27,067 Or you're running away from it. 551 00:31:27,067 --> 00:31:28,067 Which is it? 552 00:31:28,067 --> 00:31:31,133 And the answer had better be right. 553 00:31:31,200 --> 00:31:32,567 Neither one. 554 00:31:32,633 --> 00:31:34,733 I'm a cattle rancher... 555 00:31:34,800 --> 00:31:36,133 Looking for a trail crew. 556 00:31:36,200 --> 00:31:37,767 Now that's not very clever. 557 00:31:37,833 --> 00:31:39,067 This is the last place 558 00:31:39,100 --> 00:31:41,200 Anybody would look for cowpunchers. 559 00:31:41,267 --> 00:31:43,767 Yeah, it's the last place, all right. 560 00:31:43,833 --> 00:31:46,400 Nobody else wanted the job I'm offering. 561 00:31:46,467 --> 00:31:48,067 We make our own jobs. 562 00:31:48,067 --> 00:31:50,667 We do all right without hiring out to anybody. 563 00:31:53,967 --> 00:31:56,233 Yeah, you look it. 564 00:31:56,300 --> 00:31:59,733 Nice clothes... 565 00:31:59,800 --> 00:32:01,233 A good livin'... 566 00:32:01,300 --> 00:32:03,467 Lots of money to play around with. 567 00:32:03,533 --> 00:32:07,067 Yeah, you look like you're doing real fine. 568 00:32:07,067 --> 00:32:08,700 You came in here looking for trouble, 569 00:32:08,767 --> 00:32:09,833 Didn't you? 570 00:32:09,900 --> 00:32:11,733 Well, you came to the right place. 571 00:32:22,967 --> 00:32:24,867 Make your play, big man. 572 00:32:26,967 --> 00:32:28,167 I've had a bad day. 573 00:32:28,233 --> 00:32:30,467 I reckon it's a good a place as any 574 00:32:30,533 --> 00:32:32,067 To get it off my chest. 575 00:32:50,800 --> 00:32:52,700 Stand still, will ya? 576 00:33:10,800 --> 00:33:12,333 I'm gonna keep gettin' up, 577 00:33:12,400 --> 00:33:13,933 So you better get your gun. 578 00:33:14,067 --> 00:33:15,633 'Cause you're gonna have to kill me 579 00:33:15,700 --> 00:33:16,867 To keep me down. 580 00:33:16,933 --> 00:33:20,100 I don't want to kill you. I want to hire you. 581 00:33:20,167 --> 00:33:22,067 Want to talk business? 582 00:33:27,967 --> 00:33:29,233 Talk. 583 00:33:29,300 --> 00:33:31,667 Like I said, I'm a rancher. 584 00:33:31,733 --> 00:33:34,533 I'm going to Wyoming with a thousand head of herefords. 585 00:33:34,600 --> 00:33:36,433 I couldn't get a trail crew 586 00:33:36,500 --> 00:33:39,633 Because everybody thought I was crazy to try it. 587 00:33:39,700 --> 00:33:41,067 Are you interested? 588 00:33:41,133 --> 00:33:42,867 Well, any man that can hit the way you do 589 00:33:42,933 --> 00:33:44,900 Can't be altogether crazy. 590 00:33:44,967 --> 00:33:47,600 What's your proposition? 591 00:33:47,667 --> 00:33:49,433 Regular puncher's wages... 592 00:33:49,500 --> 00:33:51,800 And a permanent job on my ranch 593 00:33:51,867 --> 00:33:55,133 After we get the herd through. 594 00:33:55,200 --> 00:33:57,800 Mister, you got a crew. 595 00:33:57,867 --> 00:33:59,333 But being a stranger, 596 00:33:59,400 --> 00:34:00,567 Maybe you don't know about us. 597 00:34:00,633 --> 00:34:02,667 Oh, I know about you, all right. 598 00:34:02,733 --> 00:34:05,433 You're mostly ex-convicts or ex-outlaws. 599 00:34:05,500 --> 00:34:07,133 Nobody will give you a job. 600 00:34:07,200 --> 00:34:09,867 Well, as far as I'm concerned, you're my crew. 601 00:34:09,933 --> 00:34:12,533 As long as you do your job and play square with me, 602 00:34:12,600 --> 00:34:13,867 That's all I ask. 603 00:34:13,933 --> 00:34:16,600 I don't care who you are or what you've done. 604 00:34:16,667 --> 00:34:19,533 You're the first man that's talked that way to us 605 00:34:19,600 --> 00:34:20,533 In a long time. 606 00:34:20,600 --> 00:34:22,067 You may be loco at that, 607 00:34:22,067 --> 00:34:24,733 Driving cattle backwards on the Oregon trail. 608 00:34:24,800 --> 00:34:26,467 But if that's what you want us to do, 609 00:34:26,533 --> 00:34:27,533 We'll do it. 610 00:34:27,600 --> 00:34:29,800 We're all pretty good cowhands. 611 00:34:29,867 --> 00:34:31,833 I believe you. 612 00:34:31,900 --> 00:34:33,067 Maybe you won't think I'm so loco 613 00:34:33,067 --> 00:34:35,900 After I tell you what I plan to do with the cows. 614 00:34:35,967 --> 00:34:37,400 How about a drink? 615 00:34:37,467 --> 00:34:39,700 Uh, I'd like to go along, too. 616 00:34:39,767 --> 00:34:41,067 I can cook. 617 00:34:41,133 --> 00:34:42,567 You can cook? 618 00:34:42,633 --> 00:34:44,533 All right. Then you're hired. 619 00:34:49,467 --> 00:34:50,533 There. 620 00:34:50,600 --> 00:34:52,333 Well, you won't need me anymore. 621 00:34:52,400 --> 00:34:53,533 Thank you, Chuck. 622 00:34:53,600 --> 00:34:54,733 That's fine, doc. 623 00:34:54,800 --> 00:34:57,333 How soon will I be able to ride again? 624 00:34:57,400 --> 00:34:59,100 Right now, if you want. 625 00:34:59,167 --> 00:35:00,733 But don't overdo it. 626 00:35:00,800 --> 00:35:02,100 Hey, let me do that. 627 00:35:02,167 --> 00:35:04,400 Doc says I'm going to live again. 628 00:35:04,467 --> 00:35:06,400 Oh, he does? 629 00:35:06,467 --> 00:35:09,567 He's healed up very nicely, Janet, 630 00:35:09,633 --> 00:35:11,700 Thanks to your care and good cooking. 631 00:35:11,767 --> 00:35:13,567 He doesn't owe it all to me, doctor. 632 00:35:13,633 --> 00:35:15,567 Steve Patrick helped him. So did you. 633 00:35:15,633 --> 00:35:17,467 Well, you're right about Patrick. 634 00:35:17,533 --> 00:35:19,967 There's no doubt he saved Bob's life. 635 00:35:20,067 --> 00:35:22,067 He must be quite a man. 636 00:35:22,100 --> 00:35:23,533 Yeah. 637 00:35:23,600 --> 00:35:25,367 Yes, he is. 638 00:35:25,433 --> 00:35:28,833 Well, goodbye. See you soon. 639 00:35:28,900 --> 00:35:30,567 So long, doc. Thanks again. 640 00:35:30,633 --> 00:35:31,967 Bye, sir. 641 00:35:32,067 --> 00:35:34,267 You're getting to be mighty polite all of a sudden. 642 00:35:34,333 --> 00:35:35,367 How come? 643 00:35:35,433 --> 00:35:37,067 Cowboys are always polite. 644 00:35:37,100 --> 00:35:38,533 Oh. 645 00:35:38,600 --> 00:35:39,867 Good day. Goodbye. 646 00:35:39,933 --> 00:35:40,933 Goodbye. Bye. 647 00:35:41,067 --> 00:35:42,067 [ Door closes ] 648 00:35:45,600 --> 00:35:48,433 There's nothing wrong between you and Steve, 649 00:35:48,500 --> 00:35:49,467 Is there? 650 00:35:49,533 --> 00:35:51,933 Well, of course not. What makes you ask? 651 00:35:52,067 --> 00:35:53,433 I don't know. 652 00:35:53,500 --> 00:35:55,833 Just the expression you had 653 00:35:55,900 --> 00:35:57,967 When the doctor said you owed your life to him. 654 00:35:58,067 --> 00:36:00,500 You didn't seem to like the idea. 655 00:36:00,567 --> 00:36:01,600 Don't be silly. 656 00:36:01,667 --> 00:36:03,067 You know, I got a good mind 657 00:36:03,133 --> 00:36:04,600 To go out and get myself shot up again 658 00:36:04,667 --> 00:36:06,167 Just so you can take care of me. 659 00:36:06,233 --> 00:36:09,300 I enjoyed it. 660 00:36:09,367 --> 00:36:10,533 About your recovery. 661 00:36:10,600 --> 00:36:11,733 None at all. 662 00:36:15,200 --> 00:36:16,067 Too soon? 663 00:36:16,133 --> 00:36:18,600 I think so. 664 00:36:18,667 --> 00:36:20,100 I'm sorry. 665 00:36:20,167 --> 00:36:23,067 Oh, don't be. I'm very flattered. 666 00:36:24,867 --> 00:36:26,300 Janet... 667 00:36:26,367 --> 00:36:28,933 Steve's going to be here soon. 668 00:36:29,067 --> 00:36:32,300 I don't want to go back with him. 669 00:36:33,867 --> 00:36:35,867 Why not? 670 00:36:35,933 --> 00:36:38,333 Well, for several reasons, but i... 671 00:36:38,400 --> 00:36:41,800 I like it here. I like it very much. 672 00:36:41,867 --> 00:36:45,333 I want to start a new life... 673 00:36:45,400 --> 00:36:46,733 With you. 674 00:36:50,867 --> 00:36:52,767 I'm sure that if you explain to Steve 675 00:36:52,833 --> 00:36:53,833 That you want to stay on here in Oregon, 676 00:36:53,900 --> 00:36:55,867 He'll understand. 677 00:36:55,933 --> 00:36:57,967 But as far as I'm concerned... 678 00:36:58,067 --> 00:36:59,433 Janet... 679 00:36:59,500 --> 00:37:02,400 I'm in love with you. 680 00:37:04,067 --> 00:37:07,167 I don't think you are, Bob. 681 00:37:07,233 --> 00:37:09,200 You're just grateful. 682 00:37:09,267 --> 00:37:10,700 Yes. Yes, I am grateful, 683 00:37:10,767 --> 00:37:13,467 But I'm not proposing to you out of gratitude. 684 00:37:13,533 --> 00:37:14,667 I...I need you. 685 00:37:14,733 --> 00:37:17,100 Something's troubling you, isn't it? 686 00:37:17,167 --> 00:37:19,233 Everybody's got something troubling them, Janet. 687 00:37:19,300 --> 00:37:20,300 Listen to me, please. 688 00:37:20,367 --> 00:37:24,633 No. I'm sorry, Bob. 689 00:37:24,700 --> 00:37:27,300 I like you very much. 690 00:37:27,367 --> 00:37:28,767 That's all. 691 00:37:35,367 --> 00:37:36,767 Well... 692 00:37:39,200 --> 00:37:40,767 I guess that's that. 693 00:37:54,367 --> 00:37:56,267 Steve! Hey, Steve! 694 00:37:57,867 --> 00:37:59,767 How you doing, old-timer? 695 00:38:02,200 --> 00:38:03,467 How you been, huh? 696 00:38:03,533 --> 00:38:04,467 Fine. 697 00:38:04,533 --> 00:38:05,533 That's good, cowboy. 698 00:38:11,200 --> 00:38:13,100 There you are. 699 00:38:14,367 --> 00:38:15,600 Good boy. 700 00:38:18,867 --> 00:38:19,800 Hiya, Steve. 701 00:38:19,867 --> 00:38:22,900 Hi, Bob. Janet, how are you? 702 00:38:22,967 --> 00:38:24,533 Hey, you look as good as new. 703 00:38:24,600 --> 00:38:25,500 Better maybe, huh? 704 00:38:25,567 --> 00:38:26,467 How do you feel? 705 00:38:26,533 --> 00:38:27,467 I feel fine. How'd it go? 706 00:38:27,533 --> 00:38:28,733 Pretty well. 707 00:38:28,800 --> 00:38:31,233 I got a thousand head of the greatest-looking white-face 708 00:38:31,300 --> 00:38:32,333 You've ever seen. 709 00:38:32,400 --> 00:38:33,700 Janet, I hope this character 710 00:38:33,767 --> 00:38:35,433 Didn't give you too much trouble. 711 00:38:35,500 --> 00:38:37,567 No trouble at all. He was a model patient. 712 00:38:37,633 --> 00:38:38,867 Where are all the cowboys? 713 00:38:38,933 --> 00:38:41,100 They're at the corral, Chuck, with the herd. 714 00:38:41,167 --> 00:38:43,233 Do they all have guns and buckin' broncos? 715 00:38:43,300 --> 00:38:44,433 Can I see them? 716 00:38:44,500 --> 00:38:45,867 No, I'm afraid not. Not this trip. 717 00:38:45,933 --> 00:38:48,200 Did you get a good crew? 718 00:38:48,267 --> 00:38:49,533 Yeah, I think so. 719 00:38:49,600 --> 00:38:51,067 They're a strange bunch, 720 00:38:51,100 --> 00:38:52,700 But I think they'll work out all right. 721 00:38:52,767 --> 00:38:54,133 That is, except for the cook. 722 00:38:54,200 --> 00:38:55,433 He's a little bartender. 723 00:38:55,500 --> 00:38:58,067 I don't think he knows one end of the pot from another. 724 00:38:58,100 --> 00:39:00,633 Can I talk to you a minute before you go? 725 00:39:00,700 --> 00:39:01,833 Sure, miss hale. 726 00:39:01,900 --> 00:39:04,067 Hey, can you ride all right, Bob? 727 00:39:04,133 --> 00:39:05,500 Yeah, fine. I'm ready whenever you are. 728 00:39:05,567 --> 00:39:06,467 Good. 729 00:39:12,767 --> 00:39:15,433 I know just how you feel, Chuck. 730 00:39:15,500 --> 00:39:17,267 Bob sure looks fine, Janet. 731 00:39:17,333 --> 00:39:19,067 I want to thank you for taking care of him. 732 00:39:19,100 --> 00:39:20,267 He wasn't any trouble. 733 00:39:20,333 --> 00:39:21,967 I'm glad to hear that. 734 00:39:22,067 --> 00:39:23,067 Please sit down. 735 00:39:23,100 --> 00:39:25,533 Thank you. 736 00:39:25,600 --> 00:39:27,267 I'd like to pay you, Janet. 737 00:39:27,333 --> 00:39:29,067 How much do I owe you? 738 00:39:29,100 --> 00:39:30,767 You don't owe me anything, 739 00:39:30,833 --> 00:39:33,300 Because I want to ask a favor of you. 740 00:39:33,367 --> 00:39:34,067 A favor? 741 00:39:34,067 --> 00:39:36,100 Yes. A big favor. 742 00:39:36,167 --> 00:39:40,233 Well, I owe you a pretty big favor. 743 00:39:40,300 --> 00:39:42,133 Take Chuck and me with you on the trail drive. 744 00:39:42,200 --> 00:39:43,333 What? 745 00:39:43,400 --> 00:39:45,233 We've got to get away from here. 746 00:39:45,300 --> 00:39:47,100 I've told you why. 747 00:39:47,167 --> 00:39:48,633 I can't wait until I sell this place. 748 00:39:48,700 --> 00:39:50,833 That might never happen. 749 00:39:50,900 --> 00:39:52,233 And I wouldn't be a burden to you either. 750 00:39:52,300 --> 00:39:54,100 I'd be a working member of your crew. 751 00:39:54,167 --> 00:39:55,400 Janet, i... 752 00:39:55,467 --> 00:39:57,833 You said you weren't sure of your cook. 753 00:39:57,900 --> 00:39:59,067 That's right. 754 00:39:59,067 --> 00:40:00,667 Well, I can cook. You're sure of that. 755 00:40:00,733 --> 00:40:01,967 Yeah. 756 00:40:02,033 --> 00:40:04,667 And I'd expect to be paid for my work. 757 00:40:04,733 --> 00:40:07,200 Then I'd have enough money to get to a big city, 758 00:40:07,267 --> 00:40:08,600 Like Chicago or... 759 00:40:08,667 --> 00:40:12,233 Janet, I'm sorry. I just can't do it. 760 00:40:12,300 --> 00:40:13,267 Why? 761 00:40:13,333 --> 00:40:14,600 Well... 762 00:40:14,667 --> 00:40:17,167 There are two things that just aren't allowed 763 00:40:17,233 --> 00:40:18,967 On cattle drives... 764 00:40:19,033 --> 00:40:21,600 Women and whiskey. 765 00:40:23,333 --> 00:40:24,867 I don't know. It's just... 766 00:40:24,933 --> 00:40:26,167 Traditional. 767 00:40:26,233 --> 00:40:28,033 A lot of things are traditional. 768 00:40:28,100 --> 00:40:29,167 For instance, 769 00:40:29,233 --> 00:40:31,567 Going east to west on the Oregon trail. 770 00:40:34,667 --> 00:40:35,600 Well... 771 00:40:35,667 --> 00:40:36,933 Now what about Chuck? 772 00:40:37,000 --> 00:40:38,433 The trip is much too dangerous 773 00:40:38,500 --> 00:40:39,600 For a child. 774 00:40:39,667 --> 00:40:41,367 He can ride with me in the wagon. 775 00:40:41,433 --> 00:40:42,767 What do you call it? 776 00:40:42,833 --> 00:40:44,267 A Chuck wagon. 777 00:40:44,333 --> 00:40:45,733 [ Laughs ] There. You see? 778 00:40:45,800 --> 00:40:48,100 It's even named for him. 779 00:40:48,167 --> 00:40:51,767 You said you owed me a favor, Steve. 780 00:40:51,833 --> 00:40:52,867 Janet... 781 00:40:52,933 --> 00:40:55,567 This is the favor I want. 782 00:40:55,633 --> 00:40:57,300 I'd help, too. 783 00:40:57,367 --> 00:40:59,900 I'd work hard, too, Steve. 784 00:41:00,067 --> 00:41:01,733 I'd wash dishes. 785 00:41:08,500 --> 00:41:10,800 All right. You're both hired. 786 00:41:10,867 --> 00:41:11,967 Oh, Steve! 787 00:41:12,067 --> 00:41:14,733 Come on, Chuck. Let's finish packing. 788 00:41:22,500 --> 00:41:25,067 Hyah! Hyah! 789 00:41:53,067 --> 00:41:54,900 Hup! Ho ho! 790 00:42:09,067 --> 00:42:11,433 There's a stream about an hour ahead of us. 791 00:42:11,500 --> 00:42:13,300 We'll make camp there tonight. 792 00:42:13,367 --> 00:42:14,833 Okay, Steve. I'll tell the boys. 793 00:42:14,900 --> 00:42:15,833 Fine. 794 00:42:15,900 --> 00:42:17,233 [ Whistles ] 795 00:42:18,633 --> 00:42:21,067 [ Coughs ] 796 00:42:24,500 --> 00:42:26,133 How you doing, cowboy? 797 00:42:26,200 --> 00:42:27,433 Great. 798 00:42:27,500 --> 00:42:28,600 There's a little stream 799 00:42:28,667 --> 00:42:30,467 About a mile and a half up the line. 800 00:42:30,533 --> 00:42:32,333 We'll make camp there tonight. 801 00:42:32,400 --> 00:42:33,267 Janet: All right. 802 00:42:33,333 --> 00:42:34,533 [ Coughs ] 803 00:42:34,600 --> 00:42:37,400 Have you got a bandanna or neckerchief? 804 00:42:37,467 --> 00:42:38,400 Yes. Why? 805 00:42:38,467 --> 00:42:40,700 Put it over your nose and mouth. 806 00:42:40,767 --> 00:42:42,967 It'll help keep out the dust. 807 00:42:43,067 --> 00:42:44,400 You, too, cowboy. 808 00:42:48,500 --> 00:42:51,400 [ Coughs ] 809 00:42:59,367 --> 00:43:00,967 Well, I'll be a dirt... 810 00:43:01,067 --> 00:43:03,867 That is to say, well, I'll be doggoned. 811 00:43:06,300 --> 00:43:09,200 Would you take a look at those? 812 00:43:12,300 --> 00:43:13,733 Hot apple pie! 813 00:43:13,800 --> 00:43:14,900 Get in line. 814 00:43:14,967 --> 00:43:16,900 The smartest thing the boss ever did 815 00:43:16,967 --> 00:43:18,900 Was to hire you to cook instead of me. 816 00:43:18,967 --> 00:43:20,900 I sure never expected nothing like this. 817 00:43:20,967 --> 00:43:22,567 Oh, me neither. Sure looks good. 818 00:43:22,633 --> 00:43:23,900 Right there, miss Janet. 819 00:43:23,967 --> 00:43:25,233 Come on, George. Come on. 820 00:43:25,300 --> 00:43:26,400 Come on! Move along! 821 00:43:26,467 --> 00:43:28,233 It's hot, boys! Look out! 822 00:43:28,300 --> 00:43:29,567 I'm next. 823 00:43:29,633 --> 00:43:31,133 Right there. Right there. 824 00:43:31,200 --> 00:43:33,567 Right there. 825 00:43:33,633 --> 00:43:35,767 Ha ha! 826 00:43:35,833 --> 00:43:37,167 There you go. 827 00:43:37,233 --> 00:43:38,200 Hot! 828 00:43:39,967 --> 00:43:40,900 Ohh. 829 00:43:40,967 --> 00:43:41,900 Thank you, lady. 830 00:43:41,967 --> 00:43:42,900 You're welcome. 831 00:43:42,967 --> 00:43:43,900 How about me? 832 00:43:43,967 --> 00:43:44,933 Oh, goodness. 833 00:43:45,067 --> 00:43:46,133 I was going to forget you. 834 00:43:54,867 --> 00:43:55,800 Here you are, Bob. 835 00:43:55,867 --> 00:43:56,933 Thank you, Janet. 836 00:43:57,067 --> 00:44:00,067 Lucky thing for Bob that you came along. 837 00:44:00,067 --> 00:44:01,733 He's gotten so used to your cooking, 838 00:44:01,800 --> 00:44:02,767 He'd probably starve to death 839 00:44:02,833 --> 00:44:04,233 If he had to eat any other kind. 840 00:44:04,300 --> 00:44:06,633 We're all going to be spoiled before this drive's over. 841 00:44:06,700 --> 00:44:08,900 This could be serious. 842 00:44:08,967 --> 00:44:11,133 Well, now I never thought of that. 843 00:44:11,200 --> 00:44:12,333 You're right, Ben. 844 00:44:12,400 --> 00:44:14,567 Maybe I better stop making pies. 845 00:44:14,633 --> 00:44:16,200 Janet, don't you pay any attention 846 00:44:16,267 --> 00:44:17,267 To this half-pint. 847 00:44:17,333 --> 00:44:18,633 You just keep cooking like this, 848 00:44:18,700 --> 00:44:19,800 And we'll drive them cows 849 00:44:19,867 --> 00:44:22,600 All the way to the Atlantic ocean. 850 00:44:22,667 --> 00:44:24,633 Wyoming is far enough. 851 00:44:24,700 --> 00:44:27,500 Chuck, come on get your pie. 852 00:45:09,533 --> 00:45:12,167 Well, he's gonna be a good little cowboy, ma'am. 853 00:45:12,233 --> 00:45:13,600 Just ride and eat and sleep. 854 00:45:13,667 --> 00:45:15,333 That's one sure way of keeping out of trouble. 855 00:45:15,400 --> 00:45:16,767 Thank you, George. 856 00:45:16,833 --> 00:45:18,600 Uh, he ain't going to eat his pie. 857 00:45:18,667 --> 00:45:20,733 Can I have it, miss Janet? 858 00:45:23,500 --> 00:45:25,067 There you are, George. 859 00:45:25,100 --> 00:45:26,067 Thank you. 860 00:45:28,500 --> 00:45:30,433 Well, now, 861 00:45:30,500 --> 00:45:32,967 What about those traditions of the trail you spoke of? 862 00:45:33,067 --> 00:45:35,367 Well, i... 863 00:45:35,433 --> 00:45:37,567 I could tell you stories about the terrible trouble 864 00:45:37,633 --> 00:45:39,167 Woman have caused on trail drives, 865 00:45:39,233 --> 00:45:41,600 But I reckon we can all bear up 866 00:45:41,667 --> 00:45:43,667 Under this kind of trouble. 867 00:45:43,733 --> 00:45:45,533 But it's only just fair, you know. 868 00:45:45,600 --> 00:45:48,767 Maybe you can do better tomorrow, huh? 869 00:45:48,833 --> 00:45:49,800 Hey, Steve. 870 00:45:49,867 --> 00:45:51,300 What's the matter with you? 871 00:45:51,367 --> 00:45:53,600 Where'd you ever eat better grub, boss? 872 00:45:53,667 --> 00:45:54,600 No place. 873 00:45:54,667 --> 00:45:56,167 I was just testing Janet 874 00:45:56,233 --> 00:45:58,867 To see if she had a sense of humor. 875 00:45:58,933 --> 00:46:01,600 You know, a trail cook has to have 876 00:46:01,667 --> 00:46:04,433 A better sense of humor than anybody else. 877 00:46:04,500 --> 00:46:05,633 Yes, sir. 878 00:46:07,333 --> 00:46:09,400 Besides a sense of humor, 879 00:46:09,467 --> 00:46:11,867 The cook also has an appetite. 880 00:46:11,933 --> 00:46:12,967 That's mine. 881 00:46:22,333 --> 00:46:24,233 [ Snoring ] 882 00:46:58,900 --> 00:46:59,833 Thank you. 883 00:46:59,900 --> 00:47:00,833 It's a pleasure. 884 00:47:00,900 --> 00:47:01,833 Where are you going? 885 00:47:01,900 --> 00:47:03,167 To ride nighthawk. 886 00:47:03,233 --> 00:47:04,300 I'm a little more used to the saddle 887 00:47:04,367 --> 00:47:05,933 Then the rest of the crew is. 888 00:47:06,067 --> 00:47:07,833 I'll take the nighthawk job, Steve. 889 00:47:07,900 --> 00:47:09,733 You've only been up a few days, Bob. 890 00:47:09,800 --> 00:47:10,767 I'm all right. 891 00:47:10,833 --> 00:47:13,233 Why don't you get all healed up first? 892 00:47:13,300 --> 00:47:14,600 There will be plenty of other nights. 893 00:47:14,667 --> 00:47:16,333 Quit nursemaiding me, will ya? 894 00:47:16,400 --> 00:47:18,300 I tell you, I'm all right. 895 00:47:19,900 --> 00:47:21,867 What's the matter with him? 896 00:47:21,933 --> 00:47:25,067 He's been inactive too long. 897 00:47:25,067 --> 00:47:27,800 I think he just wants to feel he's doing his share. 898 00:47:30,900 --> 00:47:32,167 Good night. 899 00:47:32,233 --> 00:47:33,467 Good night. 900 00:47:56,667 --> 00:47:58,600 I'll take over for a spell. 901 00:47:58,667 --> 00:47:59,767 Run up to the wagon 902 00:47:59,833 --> 00:48:00,533 And get yourself some water. 903 00:48:00,600 --> 00:48:02,167 Thanks, Steve. 904 00:48:02,233 --> 00:48:04,433 I must've swallowed a pound a dirt today. 905 00:48:04,500 --> 00:48:06,833 This cattle driving's more work than I remember it. 906 00:48:06,900 --> 00:48:08,900 Nobody said it would be a picnic 907 00:48:08,967 --> 00:48:10,300 When you hired on. 908 00:48:10,367 --> 00:48:12,633 I'm just doing some normal complaining 909 00:48:12,700 --> 00:48:14,200 Any cowhand's entitled to. 910 00:48:14,267 --> 00:48:16,333 What's the matter with you lately? 911 00:48:16,400 --> 00:48:19,400 We'll get your cattle through. Don't worry about it. 912 00:48:19,467 --> 00:48:20,400 Ha ha ha ha ha! 913 00:48:20,467 --> 00:48:21,733 [ Whistles ] 914 00:48:30,167 --> 00:48:32,233 [ Whistles ] 915 00:48:46,133 --> 00:48:47,600 How you making it? 916 00:48:47,667 --> 00:48:50,633 All right. Listen, Steve. 917 00:48:50,700 --> 00:48:52,633 I've been wanting to talk to you about the crew. 918 00:48:52,700 --> 00:48:54,133 Oh? What about them? 919 00:48:54,200 --> 00:48:55,533 Why didn't you tell me 920 00:48:55,600 --> 00:48:57,900 They're all a bunch of gunslingers and outlaws? 921 00:48:57,967 --> 00:48:59,433 I didn't think it made any difference to you. 922 00:48:59,500 --> 00:49:01,967 It doesn't to me, as long as they do their job. 923 00:49:02,067 --> 00:49:03,367 How'd you find out, anyway? 924 00:49:03,433 --> 00:49:05,200 They don't make any secret of it. 925 00:49:05,267 --> 00:49:06,833 I heard 'em talking about it. 926 00:49:06,900 --> 00:49:08,300 Listen, I don't trust 'em. 927 00:49:08,367 --> 00:49:09,400 Suppose you got into some kind of trouble? 928 00:49:09,467 --> 00:49:11,600 Indians or rustlers. 929 00:49:11,667 --> 00:49:13,367 If anything like that happened, 930 00:49:13,433 --> 00:49:14,767 There's no one I'd rather have on my side 931 00:49:14,833 --> 00:49:16,267 Than lynch and his men. 932 00:49:16,333 --> 00:49:17,533 Sure they're gunmen, 933 00:49:17,600 --> 00:49:20,100 But that's the kind of men you need in emergencies. 934 00:49:20,167 --> 00:49:21,667 If they stick by you. 935 00:49:21,733 --> 00:49:23,333 They'll stick. They're good men. 936 00:49:23,400 --> 00:49:25,333 Now you just forget about the fact 937 00:49:25,400 --> 00:49:27,333 That they might've once been outlaws. 938 00:49:27,400 --> 00:49:28,800 They're all right. 939 00:49:45,233 --> 00:49:47,633 Whoo! Whoo! Whoo! 940 00:49:53,400 --> 00:49:55,300 [ Whistling ] 941 00:50:43,900 --> 00:50:46,633 There's a good campsite up about a mile ahead, Steve... 942 00:50:46,700 --> 00:50:49,067 Plenty of trees and protection from the wind. 943 00:50:49,133 --> 00:50:51,567 There's still about two hours of daylight left. 944 00:50:51,633 --> 00:50:53,367 It wouldn't hurt to quit early. 945 00:50:53,433 --> 00:50:56,033 Boys would appreciate it. They could use the rest. 946 00:50:56,100 --> 00:50:58,167 Days are getting short enough as it is. 947 00:50:58,233 --> 00:51:00,900 You tell the men we work from dawn till dark. 948 00:51:00,967 --> 00:51:02,467 Rest at night, not before. 949 00:51:02,533 --> 00:51:03,800 You're the boss. 950 00:51:12,567 --> 00:51:13,600 Thanks, mom. 951 00:51:13,667 --> 00:51:14,767 You're welcome. 952 00:51:14,833 --> 00:51:17,300 Here's some milk for you, young fella. 953 00:51:17,367 --> 00:51:18,567 Thank you, George. 954 00:51:18,633 --> 00:51:20,600 The old girl I took it from objected a little, 955 00:51:20,667 --> 00:51:22,700 But we managed. 956 00:51:22,767 --> 00:51:24,333 I'll fill a plate for you. 957 00:51:24,400 --> 00:51:25,300 Thanks. 958 00:51:34,733 --> 00:51:37,333 Anybody want any more? There's plenty left. 959 00:51:37,400 --> 00:51:38,567 Not me, miss Janet. 960 00:51:38,633 --> 00:51:41,067 A man can eat just so much potatoes 961 00:51:41,100 --> 00:51:43,633 Without any meat, and then he gets fed up. 962 00:51:57,400 --> 00:51:59,833 We are getting low on food, Steve. 963 00:51:59,900 --> 00:52:01,067 You know that. 964 00:52:01,133 --> 00:52:02,533 Yeah, I know it. Got any ideas? 965 00:52:02,600 --> 00:52:04,200 Just one... Butcher another cow, 966 00:52:04,267 --> 00:52:06,767 Like they do on any cattle drive. 967 00:52:06,833 --> 00:52:09,633 This cattle drive is a little different 968 00:52:09,700 --> 00:52:11,667 From any other one. 969 00:52:11,733 --> 00:52:13,733 You all know that. 970 00:52:13,800 --> 00:52:15,700 I told you what I plan to do with the cows 971 00:52:15,767 --> 00:52:17,567 When I get them to Wyoming. 972 00:52:17,633 --> 00:52:19,900 Now, we've lost quite a few head 973 00:52:19,967 --> 00:52:21,767 Because of the rough going. 974 00:52:21,833 --> 00:52:25,267 That's why I'm not going to kill any more for food. 975 00:52:25,333 --> 00:52:27,933 We need every head that can make it. 976 00:52:28,067 --> 00:52:30,133 I'll probably lose a lot more 977 00:52:30,200 --> 00:52:33,267 Before I get that new strain bred. 978 00:52:33,333 --> 00:52:34,767 Sorry, but... 979 00:52:34,833 --> 00:52:37,333 That's the way it's got to be. 980 00:52:40,200 --> 00:52:41,933 All right, boys. You heard it. 981 00:52:42,067 --> 00:52:44,533 Now do a little less complaining and more work, 982 00:52:44,600 --> 00:52:47,067 And we'll get where we're going much faster. 983 00:52:47,100 --> 00:52:49,233 Kincaid, you've got nighthawk tonight. 984 00:52:49,300 --> 00:52:52,067 Got a half an hour to finish up and get out there. 985 00:52:52,067 --> 00:52:53,067 I don't feel so good, lynch. 986 00:52:53,133 --> 00:52:54,767 Let somebody else do it tonight. 987 00:52:54,833 --> 00:52:56,100 Somebody else will do it tomorrow. 988 00:52:56,167 --> 00:52:57,567 You've got it. Take it. 989 00:52:57,633 --> 00:52:59,267 I'll take nighthawk tonight. 990 00:52:59,333 --> 00:53:01,133 You're not due for three days. 991 00:53:01,200 --> 00:53:02,600 I said I'd do it. 992 00:53:12,967 --> 00:53:14,733 Good night, Steve. 993 00:53:14,800 --> 00:53:16,867 Night. Sleep well. 994 00:53:20,467 --> 00:53:21,967 Thank you, Steve. 995 00:53:22,067 --> 00:53:24,100 Ooh, it's getting colder. 996 00:53:24,167 --> 00:53:27,800 Yeah, and it's not going to get any warmer. 997 00:53:27,867 --> 00:53:30,700 I only hope we don't get a snow. 998 00:53:30,767 --> 00:53:34,500 How much longer do you think it'll be, Steve? 999 00:53:34,567 --> 00:53:37,867 Oh, about a week if our luck holds out. 1000 00:53:37,933 --> 00:53:40,267 I'll be glad when it's finished. 1001 00:53:40,333 --> 00:53:41,467 Me, too. 1002 00:53:42,733 --> 00:53:45,200 But I wouldn't have missed it. 1003 00:53:47,300 --> 00:53:49,467 You're quite a girl, Janet. 1004 00:53:49,533 --> 00:53:51,900 It's been a pretty rough trip. 1005 00:53:51,967 --> 00:53:54,933 That's the second time you've called me a girl. 1006 00:53:55,067 --> 00:53:56,533 You liked it the first time. 1007 00:53:56,600 --> 00:53:57,967 Well, not anymore. 1008 00:53:58,067 --> 00:53:59,233 Oh, why not? 1009 00:53:59,300 --> 00:54:02,200 I'm afraid you mean just that. 1010 00:54:03,467 --> 00:54:05,367 Why shouldn't I mean it? 1011 00:54:10,800 --> 00:54:14,800 I'd rather you thought of me as a woman. 1012 00:54:14,867 --> 00:54:17,600 Janet, i... 1013 00:54:17,667 --> 00:54:21,867 I never had to ask a man to kiss me before. 1014 00:54:34,800 --> 00:54:36,633 I guess I've wanted to do that for... 1015 00:54:36,700 --> 00:54:37,800 For a long time. 1016 00:54:37,867 --> 00:54:39,167 I don't believe it. 1017 00:54:39,233 --> 00:54:41,900 If you'd wanted to, you would've done it. 1018 00:54:41,967 --> 00:54:43,167 I love you, Janet. 1019 00:54:43,233 --> 00:54:45,633 Oh, I hope you do. 1020 00:54:45,700 --> 00:54:48,233 Otherwise I'm making an awful fool of myself. 1021 00:54:48,300 --> 00:54:51,433 You are kind of bold at that. 1022 00:54:51,500 --> 00:54:52,700 And you're kind of backward. 1023 00:54:52,767 --> 00:54:54,433 No wonder you're still a bachelor. 1024 00:54:56,767 --> 00:55:00,300 Oh, it's good to hear you laugh again, Steve. 1025 00:55:00,367 --> 00:55:02,067 I don't know why I am. 1026 00:55:02,133 --> 00:55:03,533 I'm only adding one more trouble 1027 00:55:03,600 --> 00:55:05,133 To all my others. 1028 00:55:05,200 --> 00:55:06,467 Oh... 1029 00:55:15,433 --> 00:55:18,200 There are a couple answers I'd like, Janet... 1030 00:55:18,267 --> 00:55:19,900 If you don't mind. 1031 00:55:19,967 --> 00:55:20,900 Very well. 1032 00:55:20,967 --> 00:55:21,933 Do you love me? 1033 00:55:22,067 --> 00:55:23,200 Yes. 1034 00:55:23,267 --> 00:55:26,933 Want to marry me and move to that dirty old cattle ranch? 1035 00:55:27,067 --> 00:55:28,500 Oh, yes. 1036 00:55:28,567 --> 00:55:30,500 What about Chicago? 1037 00:55:30,567 --> 00:55:32,600 I never heard of it. 1038 00:55:45,667 --> 00:55:46,900 Hold it right there. 1039 00:55:48,900 --> 00:55:50,067 I want to see Maddox. 1040 00:55:50,067 --> 00:55:51,500 Who are you? 1041 00:55:51,567 --> 00:55:52,500 Andrews. 1042 00:55:52,567 --> 00:55:53,467 Okay. 1043 00:56:05,067 --> 00:56:06,733 [ Whistles ] 1044 00:56:13,733 --> 00:56:15,800 Someone's coming into the canyon. 1045 00:56:26,733 --> 00:56:27,933 All right, boys. 1046 00:56:28,067 --> 00:56:29,400 This is the man we've been waiting for. 1047 00:56:29,467 --> 00:56:31,433 How are you, Andrews? 1048 00:56:31,500 --> 00:56:34,200 Right on time. Come on in. 1049 00:56:38,200 --> 00:56:39,400 All right. 1050 00:56:39,467 --> 00:56:41,167 Just so we're sure we got everything straight, 1051 00:56:41,233 --> 00:56:43,067 Let's go over it again. 1052 00:56:43,133 --> 00:56:45,567 Here's where we are now, 1053 00:56:45,633 --> 00:56:48,200 And here's the herd coming this way. 1054 00:56:48,267 --> 00:56:50,767 We should be about here by tomorrow night. 1055 00:56:50,833 --> 00:56:53,267 I see. We stampede the herd. 1056 00:56:53,333 --> 00:56:54,400 That's right. 1057 00:56:54,467 --> 00:56:55,767 I'll be out here on the far side 1058 00:56:55,833 --> 00:56:57,267 To turn the point into the canyon. 1059 00:56:57,333 --> 00:56:58,433 Then we do the rest. 1060 00:56:58,500 --> 00:57:00,767 If Patrick and his men follow the cattle, 1061 00:57:00,833 --> 00:57:02,767 We'll be up in the rocks. 1062 00:57:02,833 --> 00:57:04,600 And it'll make it a real shooting gallery. 1063 00:57:04,667 --> 00:57:05,767 It better. 1064 00:57:05,833 --> 00:57:06,800 Patrick's got a crew of gunslingers 1065 00:57:06,867 --> 00:57:08,400 That he picked up in Oregon. 1066 00:57:08,467 --> 00:57:10,167 Looks like you've made up your mind 1067 00:57:10,233 --> 00:57:12,333 We can't do this without killing Patrick. 1068 00:57:12,400 --> 00:57:14,300 That's right. 1069 00:57:14,367 --> 00:57:16,133 Now you're getting smart. 1070 00:57:16,200 --> 00:57:19,067 Did you buy up the land and mortgages like I told you? 1071 00:57:19,100 --> 00:57:20,267 We've got all the land we could possibly use. 1072 00:57:20,333 --> 00:57:21,067 Good. 1073 00:57:21,067 --> 00:57:22,067 Tell me something. 1074 00:57:22,067 --> 00:57:23,733 Does Patrick know about this canyon? 1075 00:57:23,800 --> 00:57:24,867 Sure he does. 1076 00:57:24,933 --> 00:57:27,167 What better place to turn a stampeding herd? 1077 00:57:27,233 --> 00:57:28,467 He'll think I'm doing him a favor 1078 00:57:28,533 --> 00:57:29,733 By starting him in there. 1079 00:57:29,800 --> 00:57:31,733 Yeah. Good plan. 1080 00:57:31,800 --> 00:57:33,867 Keep the cows bottled up here in the canyon for a while, 1081 00:57:33,933 --> 00:57:35,167 Put our brand on them, 1082 00:57:35,233 --> 00:57:37,667 Drive them onto our own land in a few days. 1083 00:57:37,733 --> 00:57:40,600 You sure you can get that nighthawk job in tomorrow? 1084 00:57:40,667 --> 00:57:42,333 Don't you worry about that. 1085 00:57:42,400 --> 00:57:44,200 The time to start the stampede 1086 00:57:44,267 --> 00:57:46,567 Is about midnight or 1:00 in the morning 1087 00:57:46,633 --> 00:57:47,833 When everybody's sure to be asleep. 1088 00:57:47,900 --> 00:57:50,700 Graycoe, you ride out and meet me. 1089 00:57:50,767 --> 00:57:52,167 Okay. You're the boss. 1090 00:57:52,233 --> 00:57:54,933 Now there's just one more thing. 1091 00:57:55,067 --> 00:57:57,600 We've got a woman in camp. 1092 00:57:57,667 --> 00:57:59,233 Who is she? 1093 00:57:59,300 --> 00:58:01,900 She's our cook. She's got a kid with her. 1094 00:58:01,967 --> 00:58:04,233 All right, Andrews. It's your party. 1095 00:58:04,300 --> 00:58:05,400 What'll we do about her? 1096 00:58:05,467 --> 00:58:07,067 Don't do anything about her. 1097 00:58:07,067 --> 00:58:09,067 I'll kill the first man who lays a hand on her 1098 00:58:09,133 --> 00:58:10,300 Or that kid. 1099 00:58:12,133 --> 00:58:14,067 Your job to keep her quiet afterwards. 1100 00:58:14,100 --> 00:58:15,600 That's right. 1101 00:58:15,667 --> 00:58:17,800 It's my job, and I'll take care of it. 1102 00:58:17,867 --> 00:58:19,500 Everything straight now? 1103 00:58:19,567 --> 00:58:21,067 Yeah. 1104 00:58:21,133 --> 00:58:24,067 I better get back to the herd before daylight. 1105 00:58:45,133 --> 00:58:47,067 Give me some coffee. 1106 00:58:48,467 --> 00:58:50,167 [ Coughs ] 1107 00:58:50,233 --> 00:58:53,700 You don't look very well. 1108 00:58:53,767 --> 00:58:56,867 I guess I don't. I'm sick. 1109 00:58:56,933 --> 00:58:59,900 Give me some coffee. 1110 00:59:00,067 --> 00:59:01,367 All right. 1111 00:59:12,133 --> 00:59:13,900 [ Coughs ] 1112 00:59:13,967 --> 00:59:15,867 You're not sick. You're drunk. 1113 00:59:18,633 --> 00:59:19,867 Shut up. 1114 00:59:34,800 --> 00:59:36,067 Good morning, Steve. 1115 00:59:36,100 --> 00:59:37,367 Good morning, cowboy. Good morning, Janet. 1116 00:59:37,433 --> 00:59:39,067 Good morning, Steve. 1117 01:00:03,467 --> 01:00:05,033 Kincaid... 1118 01:00:05,100 --> 01:00:06,200 You know whiskey is not allowed 1119 01:00:06,267 --> 01:00:07,300 On a trail drive. 1120 01:00:07,367 --> 01:00:10,900 [ Coughs ] Patrick, I-I'm a sick man. 1121 01:00:10,967 --> 01:00:13,900 Then get on your horse and ride to the nearest doctor. 1122 01:00:13,967 --> 01:00:15,800 Lynch! 1123 01:00:15,867 --> 01:00:17,100 Yeah, Patrick? 1124 01:00:17,167 --> 01:00:18,467 Pay Kincaid off 1125 01:00:18,533 --> 01:00:21,467 And have Janet fix him some grub. 1126 01:00:21,533 --> 01:00:23,800 Patrick! 1127 01:00:23,867 --> 01:00:25,700 You firin' me? 1128 01:00:25,767 --> 01:00:26,633 That's right. 1129 01:00:26,700 --> 01:00:27,633 Why, you... 1130 01:00:27,700 --> 01:00:29,367 You know the rules, Kincaid. 1131 01:00:29,433 --> 01:00:30,967 Get your stuff together. 1132 01:00:31,033 --> 01:00:32,100 I'll handle him. 1133 01:00:32,167 --> 01:00:33,667 You're not sick, and you know it. 1134 01:00:33,733 --> 01:00:35,833 You've been a cowhand long enough to know 1135 01:00:35,900 --> 01:00:37,800 That nobody drinks on a trail drive. 1136 01:00:37,867 --> 01:00:39,467 You're through, Kincaid. 1137 01:00:39,533 --> 01:00:41,733 Sure, I've been a cowhand a long time. 1138 01:00:41,800 --> 01:00:43,967 Long enough to know that no trail boss 1139 01:00:44,033 --> 01:00:46,100 Ever kept his crew from eating meat. 1140 01:00:46,167 --> 01:00:48,467 None of them worried more about his fool cows 1141 01:00:48,533 --> 01:00:50,300 Than he did about his men! 1142 01:00:50,367 --> 01:00:51,967 You're crazy, Patrick. 1143 01:00:52,033 --> 01:00:54,567 You're drunk, Kincaid, and you're lucky to be. 1144 01:00:54,633 --> 01:00:55,433 For that reason, 1145 01:00:55,500 --> 01:00:56,567 I'm not going to shoot you. 1146 01:00:56,633 --> 01:00:58,800 Take your hand away from that gun. 1147 01:01:03,067 --> 01:01:04,633 Now get going. 1148 01:01:20,733 --> 01:01:22,667 You sure you don't want some grub? 1149 01:01:22,733 --> 01:01:24,800 No, I don't want no grub. 1150 01:01:24,867 --> 01:01:26,667 You know, Steve was right, Kincaid. 1151 01:01:26,733 --> 01:01:28,267 You are a lucky man. 1152 01:01:28,333 --> 01:01:30,833 He was within his rights to have blown your head off. 1153 01:01:36,733 --> 01:01:37,700 Good morning, Bob. 1154 01:01:37,767 --> 01:01:38,733 Morning, Janet. Thanks. 1155 01:01:38,800 --> 01:01:41,100 You must be cold clear through. 1156 01:01:41,167 --> 01:01:43,267 No, I kept moving. 1157 01:01:53,233 --> 01:01:54,667 Morning, Bob. 1158 01:01:54,733 --> 01:01:57,667 How'd it go last night? 1159 01:01:57,733 --> 01:01:59,133 Okay. 1160 01:02:01,733 --> 01:02:04,167 Steve... 1161 01:02:04,233 --> 01:02:05,367 Listen, i... 1162 01:02:17,233 --> 01:02:18,967 Jergenz! Ben! Get your horses! 1163 01:02:19,067 --> 01:02:20,833 Never mind. 1164 01:02:20,900 --> 01:02:22,467 Let him go. 1165 01:02:24,567 --> 01:02:26,133 Thanks, Bob. 1166 01:02:29,067 --> 01:02:31,167 That's all right. 1167 01:02:31,233 --> 01:02:34,067 We're even now. 1168 01:02:34,067 --> 01:02:34,967 Yeah. 1169 01:02:45,400 --> 01:02:51,233 [ Cattle mooing ] 1170 01:02:51,300 --> 01:02:53,133 Steve said to take the herd 1171 01:02:53,200 --> 01:02:54,233 Up as far as the flat rocks 1172 01:02:54,300 --> 01:02:55,667 Just this side of river canyon. 1173 01:02:55,733 --> 01:02:56,733 Said you'd know where it was. 1174 01:02:56,800 --> 01:02:58,800 Yeah, I know. What happened to Steve? 1175 01:02:58,867 --> 01:03:00,133 He's up scouting ahead, 1176 01:03:00,200 --> 01:03:02,333 Said he'd meet us back in camp tonight. 1177 01:03:02,400 --> 01:03:03,600 All right. 1178 01:03:03,667 --> 01:03:06,100 I've been meaning to talk to you about this morning. 1179 01:03:06,167 --> 01:03:08,533 That was a pretty quick piece of thinking. 1180 01:03:08,600 --> 01:03:09,833 A good shot, too. 1181 01:03:09,900 --> 01:03:12,067 I'm sorry about Kincaid going bad like that, 1182 01:03:12,133 --> 01:03:14,233 But, well, it happens sometimes. 1183 01:03:14,300 --> 01:03:16,233 The whole crew's gone a little sour. 1184 01:03:16,300 --> 01:03:18,300 Oh, they'll be all right, 1185 01:03:18,367 --> 01:03:21,233 If I have to sit on every one of them myself. 1186 01:03:21,300 --> 01:03:22,700 I still can't figure out 1187 01:03:22,767 --> 01:03:24,700 Why you all signed on as cowpunchers 1188 01:03:24,767 --> 01:03:26,067 For $40 a month. 1189 01:03:26,133 --> 01:03:29,233 That's $40 more than we were making. 1190 01:03:29,300 --> 01:03:31,133 You don't have to kid me, lynch. 1191 01:03:31,200 --> 01:03:32,133 I'm not. 1192 01:03:32,200 --> 01:03:33,833 Bob, let me tell you something. 1193 01:03:33,900 --> 01:03:36,767 I've done a lot of things in my life to make a living... 1194 01:03:36,833 --> 01:03:38,867 A little robbing, a little rustling. 1195 01:03:38,933 --> 01:03:40,233 An awful lot of running. 1196 01:03:40,300 --> 01:03:43,367 Yes, sometimes we made more than $40 a month, 1197 01:03:43,433 --> 01:03:46,467 But I haven't felt this good since I was a kid. 1198 01:03:46,533 --> 01:03:47,767 I feel good. 1199 01:03:47,833 --> 01:03:50,067 Maybe you won't when you get into town 1200 01:03:50,100 --> 01:03:52,333 And try to do anything with that money. 1201 01:03:52,400 --> 01:03:53,767 $40 doesn't go very far. 1202 01:03:53,833 --> 01:03:54,867 Far enough. 1203 01:03:54,933 --> 01:03:57,367 Steve's promised us jobs on the ranch. 1204 01:03:57,433 --> 01:04:00,067 I'd work for that man for nothing. 1205 01:04:00,067 --> 01:04:02,200 You know, I feel I'm pretty lucky, 1206 01:04:02,267 --> 01:04:03,733 Having met up with Steve. 1207 01:04:03,800 --> 01:04:05,667 But you're even luckier, Bob. 1208 01:04:05,733 --> 01:04:07,400 Why? How do you figure? 1209 01:04:07,467 --> 01:04:09,567 You've got your whole life ahead of you. 1210 01:04:09,633 --> 01:04:12,067 If you're smart, you'll stick with Steve. 1211 01:04:12,067 --> 01:04:14,067 He's going to be a big cattleman some day, 1212 01:04:14,133 --> 01:04:15,833 And you'll grow right along with him. 1213 01:04:15,900 --> 01:04:16,933 He likes you... 1214 01:04:17,067 --> 01:04:21,067 As much as if you were his own brother. 1215 01:04:21,133 --> 01:04:23,267 Sure. Steve's all right. 1216 01:04:23,333 --> 01:04:25,633 I don't know what's bothering you, 1217 01:04:25,700 --> 01:04:28,733 But whatever it is, I hope you get over it... 1218 01:04:28,800 --> 01:04:29,867 Quick. 1219 01:04:41,467 --> 01:04:42,733 Yah! 1220 01:04:42,800 --> 01:04:46,200 Let's go! Whoa! Whoa! Go! 1221 01:04:51,467 --> 01:04:54,067 Pay attention to what you're doing, Chuck. 1222 01:04:54,133 --> 01:04:55,400 You're wasting a lot of potato. 1223 01:04:55,467 --> 01:04:57,567 Nobody wants 'em, anyhow. 1224 01:04:57,633 --> 01:04:59,233 Don't talk like that. 1225 01:04:59,300 --> 01:05:02,633 You heard what Steve said about the cattle. 1226 01:05:02,700 --> 01:05:04,400 Mom, where is Steve? 1227 01:05:04,467 --> 01:05:05,233 I don't know. 1228 01:05:05,300 --> 01:05:06,600 Man: No, George. 1229 01:05:06,667 --> 01:05:08,700 I tell you, this time you're wrong. 1230 01:05:08,767 --> 01:05:11,267 We made a mistake. We might as well admit it. 1231 01:05:11,333 --> 01:05:13,567 Lynch: It's not going to be much longer. 1232 01:05:13,633 --> 01:05:15,900 In less than a week, we'll have meat. 1233 01:05:15,967 --> 01:05:18,300 I don't believe that. Neither do the other hands. 1234 01:05:18,367 --> 01:05:20,200 No, we're quitting. All of us! 1235 01:05:20,267 --> 01:05:23,067 Might as well quit arguing. We're through! 1236 01:05:23,100 --> 01:05:25,100 Look, we know you're on his side. 1237 01:05:25,167 --> 01:05:27,433 That's why we want to quit right now, 1238 01:05:27,500 --> 01:05:28,833 Just kind of calm-like, 1239 01:05:28,900 --> 01:05:31,200 Before we get in any shootin' scrapes 1240 01:05:31,267 --> 01:05:33,633 With you or Patrick or maybe Andrews. 1241 01:05:33,700 --> 01:05:35,233 You're a fine bunch of punchers. 1242 01:05:35,300 --> 01:05:37,500 Because you haven't had meat for a few days, 1243 01:05:37,567 --> 01:05:39,067 You're ready to give up! 1244 01:05:39,067 --> 01:05:41,233 Kincaid was wrong to be drinking on the trail... 1245 01:05:41,300 --> 01:05:42,567 All right, all right. 1246 01:05:42,633 --> 01:05:43,933 But he did make some sense. 1247 01:05:44,067 --> 01:05:45,567 He sure did. And another thing... 1248 01:05:45,633 --> 01:05:48,233 We're gonna butcher a cow and eat it before we leave. 1249 01:05:48,300 --> 01:05:50,667 Any trail boss who won't feed his men proper 1250 01:05:50,733 --> 01:05:52,433 Can get hisself another crew. 1251 01:05:52,500 --> 01:05:55,233 We're giving notice right now. 1252 01:05:55,300 --> 01:05:57,233 Hey, mom, look! 1253 01:06:17,467 --> 01:06:19,833 Janet, you reckon you still remember 1254 01:06:19,900 --> 01:06:21,900 How to broil venison steak? 1255 01:06:21,967 --> 01:06:23,100 I can try, Steve, 1256 01:06:23,167 --> 01:06:25,300 But it's a pretty small deer. 1257 01:06:25,367 --> 01:06:28,067 Couldn't be more than 30 or 40 steaks on him. 1258 01:06:28,133 --> 01:06:30,900 He was just a baby... Only a 6-pointer. 1259 01:06:30,967 --> 01:06:34,267 Probably wouldn't dress out more than 150 pounds. 1260 01:06:34,333 --> 01:06:36,367 Do the best you can, though, huh? 1261 01:06:36,433 --> 01:06:38,133 Did you hear what she said? 1262 01:06:38,200 --> 01:06:39,333 30 or 40 steaks! 1263 01:06:39,400 --> 01:06:41,567 I ain't had venison steak for 10 years. 1264 01:06:41,633 --> 01:06:44,400 I don't know if I can wait till it's cooked! 1265 01:06:44,467 --> 01:06:45,767 What was it you were saying 1266 01:06:45,833 --> 01:06:48,067 Before we were interrupted by that piece of meat 1267 01:06:48,100 --> 01:06:49,500 Walking right in the camp? 1268 01:06:49,567 --> 01:06:52,400 Why, uh, you remember very well, Mr. lynch. 1269 01:06:52,467 --> 01:06:54,500 We were saying as how we're ashamed 1270 01:06:54,567 --> 01:06:56,533 To be eating with you any longer. 1271 01:06:56,600 --> 01:06:58,900 We think it's time you washed your dirty face! 1272 01:06:58,967 --> 01:07:00,600 [ Men laughing ] 1273 01:07:05,767 --> 01:07:07,233 George, you let me go, now! 1274 01:07:07,300 --> 01:07:09,433 There, that'll teach you, you little runt! 1275 01:07:09,500 --> 01:07:10,667 Now you either apologize 1276 01:07:10,733 --> 01:07:12,767 Or you eat dinner in your underwear! 1277 01:07:12,833 --> 01:07:15,167 That's the first time they've laughed 1278 01:07:15,233 --> 01:07:16,733 In a long time, Steve. 1279 01:07:16,800 --> 01:07:18,367 Ah, it sounds good. 1280 01:07:20,300 --> 01:07:21,233 George! 1281 01:07:21,300 --> 01:07:24,067 George, you give me back my pants! 1282 01:07:24,100 --> 01:07:25,900 Give me my pants, George! 1283 01:07:25,967 --> 01:07:29,400 George, I'm pulling the tree out by the roots! 1284 01:07:29,467 --> 01:07:30,700 George! 1285 01:07:32,767 --> 01:07:35,433 [ Cattle mooing ] 1286 01:07:39,433 --> 01:07:42,900 Well, the herd's right where he said it would be. 1287 01:07:42,967 --> 01:07:44,900 Good. 1288 01:07:44,967 --> 01:07:46,400 It's 8:30. 1289 01:07:46,467 --> 01:07:47,767 We'll wait about three hours. 1290 01:07:47,833 --> 01:07:48,900 By that time, 1291 01:07:48,967 --> 01:07:52,233 Everybody ought to be asleep except Andrews. 1292 01:07:52,300 --> 01:07:54,533 You know, when I was punching cows, 1293 01:07:54,600 --> 01:07:56,133 I used to hate that sound. 1294 01:07:56,200 --> 01:07:58,400 Don't sound so bad to me anymore. 1295 01:07:58,467 --> 01:08:01,067 You'll be punching cows again, my friend, 1296 01:08:01,133 --> 01:08:03,367 Only this time they'll be ours. 1297 01:08:15,300 --> 01:08:17,400 Sure you've had enough, now? 1298 01:08:17,467 --> 01:08:18,700 Yes, ma'am. 1299 01:08:22,133 --> 01:08:23,133 Good night. 1300 01:08:23,200 --> 01:08:24,733 Good night, cowboy. 1301 01:08:24,800 --> 01:08:25,700 Night. 1302 01:08:29,633 --> 01:08:32,233 What's the matter, too much dinner? 1303 01:08:32,300 --> 01:08:35,567 Hey, you must've gained at least 10 pounds. 1304 01:08:35,633 --> 01:08:36,767 Thank you. 1305 01:08:39,467 --> 01:08:41,100 Ohh, mighty tasty dish. 1306 01:08:41,167 --> 01:08:43,600 Where'd you say you found this buck? 1307 01:08:43,667 --> 01:08:45,067 Back up in the hills. 1308 01:08:45,067 --> 01:08:47,400 He's got more relatives up there, too. 1309 01:08:47,467 --> 01:08:49,400 I think I'm going to like Wyoming... 1310 01:08:49,467 --> 01:08:52,067 Mountains full of deer, rivers full of fish and... 1311 01:08:52,133 --> 01:08:53,233 [ howling ] 1312 01:08:53,300 --> 01:08:55,233 Coyotes. I can do without them. 1313 01:08:55,300 --> 01:08:57,367 He's just talking to the moon. 1314 01:08:57,433 --> 01:08:58,800 We all do in Wyoming. 1315 01:08:58,867 --> 01:09:01,433 I hate to work off all that good food, 1316 01:09:01,500 --> 01:09:03,733 But it's my turn to nighthawk. 1317 01:09:03,800 --> 01:09:06,167 I'll trade with you tonight, Ben. 1318 01:09:06,233 --> 01:09:07,900 All right with you, Steve? 1319 01:09:07,967 --> 01:09:08,767 Sure. 1320 01:09:08,833 --> 01:09:10,900 Think you can stay awake? 1321 01:09:10,967 --> 01:09:12,233 Oh, I'm wide awake. 1322 01:09:12,300 --> 01:09:14,067 I've been having trouble sleeping, anyway. 1323 01:09:14,133 --> 01:09:15,400 Do you mind, Ben? 1324 01:09:15,467 --> 01:09:17,667 Mind? I should say not. 1325 01:09:17,733 --> 01:09:19,400 I don't figure I'll have trouble going to sleep. 1326 01:09:19,467 --> 01:09:21,733 You shouldn't have any trouble. 1327 01:09:21,800 --> 01:09:25,067 You ate enough for three normal-sized cowhands! 1328 01:09:25,133 --> 01:09:28,267 Ha ha. Yeah... I did. 1329 01:09:28,333 --> 01:09:29,533 Bob. 1330 01:09:31,467 --> 01:09:34,400 I'm sure glad you came along, Bob. 1331 01:09:34,467 --> 01:09:35,467 Yeah, me, too. 1332 01:09:35,533 --> 01:09:37,533 If things work out the way I figure, Bob, 1333 01:09:37,600 --> 01:09:40,267 By next spring you're going to have your own place. 1334 01:09:40,333 --> 01:09:41,600 What do you mean? 1335 01:09:41,667 --> 01:09:44,567 I'm going to start you out with a couple hundred cows 1336 01:09:44,633 --> 01:09:47,400 And all the longhorns you'll need for breeding. 1337 01:09:47,467 --> 01:09:49,367 Sure hate to lose a good foreman, 1338 01:09:49,433 --> 01:09:51,067 But I want to see you get started 1339 01:09:51,133 --> 01:09:53,167 On your own spread. 1340 01:09:53,233 --> 01:09:55,133 That sounds great, Steve. 1341 01:09:55,200 --> 01:09:57,567 You're being very generous. 1342 01:09:57,633 --> 01:09:58,733 You deserve it. 1343 01:09:58,800 --> 01:10:00,033 See you later. 1344 01:10:36,700 --> 01:10:38,700 You all set, Andrews? 1345 01:10:38,767 --> 01:10:40,500 Not quite. Go get Maddox. 1346 01:10:40,567 --> 01:10:42,233 What for? Is something wrong? 1347 01:10:42,300 --> 01:10:43,133 Yeah. Go get him. 1348 01:10:43,200 --> 01:10:44,200 Wait a minute. Settle down. 1349 01:10:44,267 --> 01:10:45,267 What's this all about? 1350 01:10:45,333 --> 01:10:46,867 I want to see Maddox. 1351 01:10:46,933 --> 01:10:48,700 There's no time for that now. 1352 01:10:48,767 --> 01:10:51,867 Get to the other side of that herd. 1353 01:10:51,933 --> 01:10:53,633 Unh-unh. The deal's off. 1354 01:10:53,700 --> 01:10:54,267 What? 1355 01:10:54,333 --> 01:10:55,533 Hoist 'em. 1356 01:10:55,600 --> 01:10:56,667 Look, Andrews... 1357 01:10:56,733 --> 01:10:58,833 I said hoist 'em and turn around. 1358 01:11:00,267 --> 01:11:01,567 Why don't you cut out this foolishness 1359 01:11:01,633 --> 01:11:02,567 And tell me what's going on? 1360 01:11:02,633 --> 01:11:03,700 I told you. 1361 01:11:03,767 --> 01:11:06,433 I changed my mind. The deal's off. 1362 01:11:16,600 --> 01:11:17,500 [ Gunshot ] 1363 01:11:44,767 --> 01:11:46,167 Stampede! 1364 01:12:05,067 --> 01:12:07,333 Bob! Stop! 1365 01:12:08,767 --> 01:12:10,933 Try to turn 'em into that canyon! 1366 01:12:11,067 --> 01:12:11,933 No, you can't! 1367 01:12:12,067 --> 01:12:13,700 Sure, we can. Come on! 1368 01:12:13,767 --> 01:12:14,867 [ Horse whinnies ] 1369 01:12:14,933 --> 01:12:16,067 Steve! 1370 01:12:16,100 --> 01:12:17,900 Maddox is in there! He'll kill you! 1371 01:12:20,600 --> 01:12:21,867 [ Horse whinnies ] 1372 01:12:21,933 --> 01:12:23,267 [ Gunshot ] 1373 01:12:23,333 --> 01:12:24,867 [ Gunshot ] 1374 01:12:24,933 --> 01:12:26,667 Steve: Yah! 1375 01:12:26,733 --> 01:12:28,067 Whoop! Whoop! Whoop! 1376 01:12:50,600 --> 01:12:52,500 Hyah! 1377 01:12:58,967 --> 01:12:59,800 Something's gone wrong. 1378 01:12:59,867 --> 01:13:01,100 Get out there and make sure 1379 01:13:01,167 --> 01:13:02,900 Those cattle head into the canyon! 1380 01:13:20,933 --> 01:13:22,500 [ Whistling ] 1381 01:13:29,800 --> 01:13:31,467 Neigh! 1382 01:13:31,533 --> 01:13:33,700 Hyah! Yah! 1383 01:13:33,767 --> 01:13:36,567 Whoo! Whoo! 1384 01:13:47,100 --> 01:13:48,867 [ Gunshot ] 1385 01:13:56,800 --> 01:13:57,600 We can't turn 'em. 1386 01:14:01,333 --> 01:14:02,367 [ Gunshot ] 1387 01:14:18,533 --> 01:14:21,533 Andrews has double-crossed us. 1388 01:14:21,600 --> 01:14:23,067 He's turning them away from the canyon. 1389 01:14:23,100 --> 01:14:25,367 Get him. Get Patrick, too. 1390 01:14:38,700 --> 01:14:39,700 We got 'em now. 1391 01:14:39,767 --> 01:14:41,467 Keep 'em milling! 1392 01:14:49,767 --> 01:14:51,067 There he is. 1393 01:15:22,933 --> 01:15:23,833 [ Gunshot ] 1394 01:15:43,933 --> 01:15:45,067 [ Gunshot ] 1395 01:16:14,900 --> 01:16:16,833 Bob's hurt bad, Steve. 1396 01:16:22,067 --> 01:16:23,167 Bob. 1397 01:16:24,933 --> 01:16:26,867 Steve. 1398 01:16:26,933 --> 01:16:28,167 You all right? 1399 01:16:28,233 --> 01:16:29,600 Yeah, I'm fine. 1400 01:16:29,667 --> 01:16:32,467 Maddox is not going to dry-gulch anyone else. 1401 01:16:32,533 --> 01:16:34,700 Now easy, boy. 1402 01:16:34,767 --> 01:16:38,867 Steve... 1403 01:16:38,933 --> 01:16:41,533 I was in with them. 1404 01:16:41,600 --> 01:16:43,833 Don't talk anymore, Bob. 1405 01:16:43,900 --> 01:16:46,867 You're going to be all right. 1406 01:16:46,933 --> 01:16:48,833 I'm sorry, Steve. 1407 01:16:52,433 --> 01:16:55,067 Janet... 1408 01:16:55,100 --> 01:16:56,167 I... 1409 01:17:09,433 --> 01:17:12,333 [ Janet sobbing ] 1410 01:18:39,333 --> 01:18:41,367 How do you like it? 1411 01:18:41,433 --> 01:18:42,867 It's beautiful. 1412 01:18:42,933 --> 01:18:45,533 Boy, what a place to be a cowboy! 1413 01:18:45,600 --> 01:18:47,067 Ha ha ha! 1414 01:18:47,100 --> 01:18:48,333 There he is... 1415 01:18:48,400 --> 01:18:50,667 First of the new strain. 1416 01:18:53,167 --> 01:18:55,533 Chuck and I want him for a pet. 1417 01:18:55,600 --> 01:18:57,867 Pet? 1418 01:18:57,933 --> 01:18:59,533 Why? 1419 01:18:59,600 --> 01:19:01,833 If he's the one that brought you to Oregon, 1420 01:19:01,900 --> 01:19:04,067 He deserves special treatment. 1421 01:19:04,100 --> 01:19:06,367 We owe him a lot. 1422 01:19:06,433 --> 01:19:08,700 I agree with you. 1423 01:19:08,767 --> 01:19:10,667 He's all yours, cowboy. 1424 01:19:12,267 --> 01:19:14,167 There comes our future, Janet. 1425 01:19:19,067 --> 01:19:20,867 It may be the future 1426 01:19:20,933 --> 01:19:23,833 Of every other ranch in Wyoming. 97302

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