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Would you like to inspect the original subtitles? These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 4 00:02:25,011 --> 00:02:27,491 Vamos. 5 00:02:43,930 --> 00:02:45,932 ¡Vamos! 6 00:03:53,066 --> 00:03:55,444 He dies for a rifle. 7 00:04:02,041 --> 00:04:04,078 ¿Murió bien, eh? 8 00:04:04,143 --> 00:04:05,918 ¿Pero para qué? 9 00:04:05,979 --> 00:04:07,925 ¿Para esto? 10 00:04:07,981 --> 00:04:10,018 ¡Para nada!¡Para nada! 11 00:06:16,843 --> 00:06:20,848 Whoa. 12 00:06:22,415 --> 00:06:24,361 Let's go, men. 13 00:06:30,423 --> 00:06:33,427 ¡Alto! 14 00:06:35,728 --> 00:06:37,969 ¡Chica! Vàmonos! 15 00:07:32,418 --> 00:07:34,921 Good morning, amigo. Maybe you can help me. 16 00:07:34,987 --> 00:07:37,763 No hablo inglés. Esto es Mexico. 17 00:07:37,824 --> 00:07:40,430 I'm sorry. I don't speak Español. 18 00:07:44,230 --> 00:07:46,403 Can I help you? 19 00:07:46,466 --> 00:07:50,414 - What was he saying? - That you’re in Mexico now. 20 00:07:50,470 --> 00:07:53,542 That anyone coming to Mexico ought to be speaking Spanish. 21 00:07:53,606 --> 00:07:55,882 You, uh, in command here? 22 00:07:55,942 --> 00:07:57,785 No, but I speak English. 23 00:08:01,547 --> 00:08:03,549 Seen this man? 24 00:08:16,662 --> 00:08:19,302 Hey, Joe. 25 00:08:19,365 --> 00:08:22,471 - Mornin', darlin'. - Where you going, Joe? 26 00:08:23,703 --> 00:08:26,206 Well, I'm, uh- I'm on my way. 27 00:08:29,408 --> 00:08:31,979 You say all day, all night. 28 00:08:32,044 --> 00:08:33,990 All night, all day? 29 00:08:34,046 --> 00:08:35,992 Did I say that? 30 00:08:36,048 --> 00:08:37,994 - You say. - Ah. 31 00:08:38,050 --> 00:08:40,496 Well, uh, things is different now. 32 00:08:42,555 --> 00:08:44,432 The soldiers. 33 00:08:44,490 --> 00:08:47,096 Yeah. I gotta go. 34 00:08:51,030 --> 00:08:53,977 Why don’t you try this hotel. He may be in there. 35 00:08:54,033 --> 00:08:55,979 You mean they let Indians in there? 36 00:08:56,035 --> 00:08:58,379 Anyone who can pay, sir. 37 00:09:07,113 --> 00:09:09,389 One moment, please. 38 00:09:09,448 --> 00:09:11,450 What is your name? 39 00:09:16,422 --> 00:09:20,302 I am Lieutenant Franz Von Klemme from the Imperial German Army. 40 00:09:20,359 --> 00:09:22,305 I'm what you’d call an adviser. 41 00:09:22,361 --> 00:09:25,274 I'm Lyedecker. Policeman. 42 00:09:52,224 --> 00:09:54,670 You got some money? 43 00:09:56,262 --> 00:09:58,469 Money? What the hell for? 44 00:09:59,832 --> 00:10:01,778 Get out of the window! 45 00:10:01,834 --> 00:10:03,780 For me, yes? Some dollars for me? 46 00:10:03,836 --> 00:10:05,975 I saw you got dollars. 47 00:10:06,038 --> 00:10:08,985 - I thought you said you loved me. - Sure. 48 00:10:09,041 --> 00:10:10,987 You give me money? 49 00:10:11,043 --> 00:10:14,252 Yeah, well, later, maybe, huh? 50 00:10:14,313 --> 00:10:16,350 Iyell pretty loud 51 00:10:16,415 --> 00:10:18,122 Then the sergeant come up. 52 00:10:18,184 --> 00:10:20,186 You want to talk to them? 53 00:10:34,700 --> 00:10:37,146 What do you want to do with them? 54 00:10:37,203 --> 00:10:39,649 Well- 55 00:10:39,705 --> 00:10:42,151 Well, what do you mean? 56 00:10:42,208 --> 00:10:44,449 They were pulling out the rail road track. 57 00:10:44,510 --> 00:10:46,922 Your track. 58 00:10:46,979 --> 00:10:49,220 Oh, my company's. Not mine. 59 00:10:50,483 --> 00:10:52,963 Why do they do that? Damn it! 60 00:10:53,019 --> 00:10:54,965 Why? 61 00:10:55,021 --> 00:10:57,968 Why have they been fighting us for 400 years? 62 00:10:58,024 --> 00:10:59,970 Because they're Yaqui Indians, that's why. 63 00:11:00,026 --> 00:11:05,135 They call them los tigres delarocas- the tigers of the rocks. 64 00:11:05,197 --> 00:11:08,144 They say your track is on their land. 65 00:11:08,200 --> 00:11:10,806 What shall we do about it? 66 00:11:10,870 --> 00:11:14,283 Oh, whatever's customary. 67 00:11:15,775 --> 00:11:17,721 Whatever you think is right. 68 00:11:17,777 --> 00:11:19,723 Of course. 69 00:11:31,657 --> 00:11:34,160 Muy bien. 70 00:11:50,042 --> 00:11:51,988 Verdugo-- 71 00:11:52,044 --> 00:11:53,990 Verdugo... 72 00:11:54,046 --> 00:11:55,992 I'm no part of this. 73 00:11:56,048 --> 00:11:58,153 Do what you like-- a trial. 74 00:11:58,217 --> 00:12:00,163 I'm no part of this. 75 00:12:00,219 --> 00:12:02,096 Look. 76 00:12:02,154 --> 00:12:04,100 I know the value of things. 77 00:12:04,156 --> 00:12:06,158 Bullets are valuable. 78 00:12:07,259 --> 00:12:09,205 These are not. 79 00:12:09,261 --> 00:12:11,207 No. 80 00:12:11,263 --> 00:12:14,005 Listen. Don't be like that. 81 00:12:14,066 --> 00:12:16,012 You can give me money... 82 00:12:16,068 --> 00:12:18,173 or I'll make you some trouble. 83 00:12:22,408 --> 00:12:24,410 Come here. 84 00:12:27,346 --> 00:12:29,292 - Sargento Paletes! - Señor. 85 00:12:39,258 --> 00:12:41,169 Run! Run! 86 00:12:43,896 --> 00:12:47,173 Run, Indians! Run, Indians! Run! 87 00:12:47,233 --> 00:12:50,737 - Run! 88 00:12:50,803 --> 00:12:54,649 Hey! 89 00:13:06,986 --> 00:13:11,332 ¡Vamos!¡Rapido! 90 00:13:14,827 --> 00:13:16,773 ¡Cabrón! 91 00:13:38,017 --> 00:13:40,861 Mi general. He is our prisoner. 92 00:13:47,259 --> 00:13:50,468 Too bad I had to interrupt your entertainment up there. 93 00:13:52,531 --> 00:13:55,205 Yes, you distracted my soldiers... 94 00:13:55,267 --> 00:13:58,077 disbanded the Indians- 95 00:13:58,137 --> 00:14:00,083 Very clever. 96 00:14:00,139 --> 00:14:02,415 But now I got you. 97 00:14:02,474 --> 00:14:04,420 Yeah. 98 00:14:04,476 --> 00:14:07,423 Well, you wouldn't have me if that hotel had a back door. 99 00:14:09,982 --> 00:14:12,428 Very clever. Very clever. 100 00:14:14,486 --> 00:14:18,764 Now, General, you don't wanna do that. He's a very valuable man. 101 00:14:18,824 --> 00:14:21,998 If you got to kill him, why don’t you let me have him? 102 00:14:24,830 --> 00:14:27,834 Perhaps I will kill you too. 103 00:14:27,900 --> 00:14:29,811 That won't get you very much either. 104 00:14:29,869 --> 00:14:34,318 - He's your friend? - He's no friend of mine. 105 00:14:34,373 --> 00:14:36,876 Well, then, what is he to you? 106 00:14:38,844 --> 00:14:40,846 Bank robber. 107 00:14:42,915 --> 00:14:46,658 He stole $6000from the Citizen's Bank in Phoenix, Arizona. 108 00:15:01,634 --> 00:15:03,580 Mr. Lyedecker... 109 00:15:03,636 --> 00:15:05,582 how much did you say he stole? 110 00:15:05,638 --> 00:15:07,584 Six thousand dollars. 111 00:15:07,640 --> 00:15:11,087 - Uh-huh. When? - Twelve days ago. 112 00:15:11,143 --> 00:15:13,089 Twelve days, huh? 113 00:15:13,145 --> 00:15:15,147 I see. 114 00:15:17,383 --> 00:15:19,329 Fifty dollars. 115 00:15:19,385 --> 00:15:21,558 Where is the rest? 116 00:15:25,991 --> 00:15:29,939 You look Mexican, but you don't talk Mexican. 117 00:15:29,995 --> 00:15:33,568 - What the hell are you? - Well, I sure as hell ain't no damn Mexican. 118 00:15:35,401 --> 00:15:38,575 My mama was a Yaqui Indian... 119 00:15:38,637 --> 00:15:41,675 and my daddy was from Alabama. 120 00:15:41,740 --> 00:15:44,584 I see. 121 00:15:44,643 --> 00:15:47,920 Well, I hope you know how to die. 122 00:15:47,980 --> 00:15:51,257 I admire a man who dies well. 123 00:15:51,317 --> 00:15:54,321 Now, tell me-- where is the money? Hmm? 124 00:15:57,656 --> 00:16:00,034 The money. All those dollars you speak of. 125 00:16:00,092 --> 00:16:01,969 Where are they? 126 00:16:02,027 --> 00:16:04,507 Women and whiskey. That's what I'd do if I was him. 127 00:16:04,563 --> 00:16:06,509 Oh? 128 00:16:06,565 --> 00:16:09,045 Six thousand dollars in 12 days? 129 00:16:09,101 --> 00:16:11,047 Oh! 130 00:16:11,103 --> 00:16:14,050 You could be the biggest stallion in the world... 131 00:16:14,106 --> 00:16:16,340 $6,000 worth of whores in 12 days? 132 00:16:16,341 --> 00:16:17,285 $6,000 worth of whores in 12 days? 133 00:16:17,342 --> 00:16:19,185 Now-- 134 00:16:19,243 --> 00:16:21,519 No. 135 00:16:21,579 --> 00:16:26,426 No, it was not spent on women or on whiskey. 136 00:16:28,219 --> 00:16:31,223 Now, for the last time, where is the money? 137 00:16:32,523 --> 00:16:34,469 Just like he said, jefe. 138 00:16:34,525 --> 00:16:37,472 Half of it I spent on whiskey and women... 139 00:16:37,528 --> 00:16:39,804 and the other half I wasted. 140 00:16:39,864 --> 00:16:42,811 Excuse me, sir, but if he spent the entire night in the hotel... 141 00:16:42,867 --> 00:16:44,813 don’t you- 142 00:16:44,869 --> 00:16:46,815 Yes. 143 00:16:46,871 --> 00:16:49,374 Yes, let's go and take a look. 144 00:16:56,114 --> 00:16:58,116 Where is the money? 145 00:17:02,887 --> 00:17:05,834 Hey, friend, I hear your mama sells it on the street. 146 00:17:07,892 --> 00:17:10,839 I don't think he understands English. 147 00:17:10,895 --> 00:17:13,842 All that's fine. But where's the money? 148 00:17:13,898 --> 00:17:16,242 You really the honest-to-God law? 149 00:17:17,969 --> 00:17:19,915 Somethin' wrong with that? 150 00:17:19,971 --> 00:17:23,077 No! No. You caught me, didn’t ya? 151 00:17:23,141 --> 00:17:25,087 That's right. 152 00:17:25,143 --> 00:17:28,147 Now I gotta see about gettin' you out of here. 153 00:17:33,017 --> 00:17:37,090 See, you bein' the Yankee law don't cut no ice with the Mexican army. 154 00:17:37,155 --> 00:17:39,601 They ain't gonna let you get out of here. 155 00:17:43,661 --> 00:17:46,107 Well, why don’t you buy us out? 156 00:17:46,164 --> 00:17:48,701 The money ain't worth gettin' killed for, now, is it? 157 00:17:48,766 --> 00:17:50,712 I ain't got no money. 158 00:17:50,768 --> 00:17:53,214 - Bank says different. - Oh, I took it, all right. 159 00:17:53,271 --> 00:17:55,217 But I spent it two days later. 160 00:17:55,273 --> 00:17:57,219 - What did you spend it on? - Rifles. 161 00:17:57,275 --> 00:17:59,516 Rifles? 162 00:17:59,577 --> 00:18:02,615 One hundred rifles for the Yaqui Indians. 163 00:18:02,680 --> 00:18:06,560 Them poor devils hangin' on them telephone poles out there... 164 00:18:06,617 --> 00:18:09,621 them's Yaqui Indians- my people. 165 00:18:11,456 --> 00:18:13,902 Well, if you tellin' the truth... 166 00:18:13,958 --> 00:18:17,337 that general's gonna kill you real slow. 167 00:18:17,395 --> 00:18:20,342 Well, let me tell you about that general. 168 00:18:20,398 --> 00:18:23,345 They told him to get rid of the Yaquis anyway he could... 169 00:18:23,401 --> 00:18:25,347 and he took the easy way. 170 00:18:25,403 --> 00:18:27,041 He’s just killin' everybody. 171 00:18:27,104 --> 00:18:31,644 Well, you've spent enough time in the States. You as American as me. 172 00:18:31,709 --> 00:18:35,156 And you know you just can't go around stickin' up banks. 173 00:18:35,213 --> 00:18:37,215 Yeah. 174 00:18:38,216 --> 00:18:40,253 But I ain't goin' back. 175 00:18:40,318 --> 00:18:42,264 Yes, you are. 176 00:18:42,320 --> 00:18:46,097 On foot, on horseback, or hangin' across a saddle, you're goin' back. 177 00:18:54,499 --> 00:18:56,501 How is it over there? 178 00:18:57,668 --> 00:18:59,614 It's crowded over here. 179 00:18:59,670 --> 00:19:02,480 How about out there? 180 00:19:02,540 --> 00:19:06,044 Well, I think, with a little bit of luck, we might be able to get out of this. 181 00:19:09,247 --> 00:19:11,523 - Oh, yeah? - Yeah. 182 00:19:15,753 --> 00:19:18,700 I'm gonna jump right out that window behind you. 183 00:19:18,756 --> 00:19:20,758 Go ahead. 184 00:19:49,854 --> 00:19:52,232 ¡Sargento Paletes! 185 00:19:57,728 --> 00:20:00,299 ¡Vamos!¡Rapido! 186 00:21:04,195 --> 00:21:06,197 Yaqui! 187 00:22:17,702 --> 00:22:20,012 Micaballo. 188 00:22:25,643 --> 00:22:28,317 ¡Sargento! ¡Vamos! 189 00:23:10,287 --> 00:23:13,325 Well, I think we lost 'em. 190 00:23:13,390 --> 00:23:16,337 All of' em. 191 00:23:25,536 --> 00:23:28,039 Well, do you bring the rifles? 192 00:23:29,206 --> 00:23:32,676 You damn betcha. Romero send you? 193 00:23:34,879 --> 00:23:36,881 Where are the rifles, Joe? 194 00:23:36,947 --> 00:23:38,893 How come he sent a woman? 195 00:23:38,949 --> 00:23:41,520 - They're expecting a man. - Oh. 196 00:23:41,585 --> 00:23:44,998 Now, uh, where are the rifles, Joe? 197 00:23:45,055 --> 00:23:47,558 On the Chilina trail, not too far from here. 198 00:23:47,625 --> 00:23:49,468 Well, I hope so. 199 00:23:56,400 --> 00:23:58,346 They're there. 200 00:23:58,402 --> 00:24:01,246 And where is the profit for you, Joe? 201 00:24:01,305 --> 00:24:03,410 There ain't none, Sarita. 202 00:24:03,474 --> 00:24:06,717 Look, you told me to get the rifles, and I got 'em. 203 00:24:06,777 --> 00:24:09,383 - What are you bein' so tough on me for? - Because I know you. 204 00:24:09,446 --> 00:24:13,189 Boy, you sure have soured up in the last few years, ain’t ya? 205 00:24:13,250 --> 00:24:15,958 Yes. I have changed. 206 00:24:17,254 --> 00:24:19,200 I watched them hang my father... 207 00:24:19,256 --> 00:24:21,202 and I helped him to die. 208 00:24:21,258 --> 00:24:23,204 You hear that? 209 00:24:23,260 --> 00:24:25,536 I helped my father to die. 210 00:24:31,335 --> 00:24:33,781 You say the Chilina trail? 211 00:24:34,839 --> 00:24:37,251 Yeah. 212 00:24:39,310 --> 00:24:41,256 We'll see. 213 00:24:41,312 --> 00:24:43,314 Mara. 214 00:25:34,899 --> 00:25:37,140 Oh, shoot. 215 00:25:50,814 --> 00:25:52,760 Now, why'd you do that? 216 00:25:52,816 --> 00:25:55,990 I wasn't gonna do nothin' I couldn't have done before. 217 00:25:56,053 --> 00:25:59,500 You're pretty good Joe. I can’t take any chances with you. 218 00:25:59,556 --> 00:26:01,866 - Let's go. - Where we goin'? 219 00:26:01,926 --> 00:26:03,872 Back to Phoenix. 220 00:26:03,928 --> 00:26:06,431 How come them to give you a badge in the first place? 221 00:26:07,698 --> 00:26:10,645 Well, I guess I took a job that nobody else wanted. 222 00:26:10,701 --> 00:26:13,272 Even at that, it took me a whole year to get it. 223 00:26:13,337 --> 00:26:16,682 - How much they gon' give you for takin' me back? - Two hundred dollars. 224 00:26:16,740 --> 00:26:18,686 And the job permanent-like. 225 00:26:18,742 --> 00:26:21,689 Shoot, that ain't even hardly worth botherin' about. 226 00:26:21,745 --> 00:26:24,885 Well, Joe, that depends on what you got in the first place. 227 00:26:26,650 --> 00:26:28,652 Yeah. 228 00:26:30,054 --> 00:26:33,399 I ain't never been worth a damn in my whole damn life. 229 00:26:34,925 --> 00:26:38,202 Ain't never been worth nothin' to talk about. 230 00:26:38,262 --> 00:26:40,799 I never even had a job permanent-like. 231 00:26:42,099 --> 00:26:45,376 But now I finally done somethin' for somebody- 232 00:26:45,436 --> 00:26:47,382 me. 233 00:26:47,438 --> 00:26:49,714 I finally amounted to somethin'. 234 00:26:49,773 --> 00:26:52,777 Yeah. You robbed a bank. 235 00:26:54,445 --> 00:26:56,447 Let's go. 236 00:27:03,787 --> 00:27:06,893 I should have known. You lied to me. 237 00:27:06,957 --> 00:27:09,904 There's no sign of tracks. No people. No guns. 238 00:27:09,960 --> 00:27:12,736 What are you talkin' about? They're there. Come on. I'll show you. 239 00:27:12,796 --> 00:27:14,742 You ain't goin' nowhere. 240 00:27:14,798 --> 00:27:18,211 - Where do you find him? - I didn't find him! He found me! 241 00:27:19,203 --> 00:27:21,205 Will he help us? 242 00:27:23,207 --> 00:27:26,154 - Señor, will you help? - Hell, no. 243 00:27:26,210 --> 00:27:30,158 - Why not? You ain't got nothin' better to do. - It ain't my party. 244 00:27:30,214 --> 00:27:32,216 Come on. 245 00:27:42,793 --> 00:27:45,205 So, we meet again, huh? 246 00:27:52,803 --> 00:27:54,749 You murderer! 247 00:27:54,805 --> 00:27:56,751 You assassin! 248 00:28:00,110 --> 00:28:03,091 Too bad I don't have enough time for you right now. 249 00:28:03,147 --> 00:28:05,457 Lopez! 250 00:28:21,565 --> 00:28:23,567 Now you... 251 00:28:26,336 --> 00:28:28,282 Mr. Sheriff 252 00:28:30,340 --> 00:28:32,843 Mr. Half-breed 253 00:28:33,911 --> 00:28:36,357 By the time I'm through with you... 254 00:28:36,413 --> 00:28:39,257 you'll be ready to tell me everything I want to know. 255 00:28:47,691 --> 00:28:49,364 I'm not afraid 256 00:29:50,820 --> 00:29:52,925 Damn it! Stay on your feet! 257 00:29:52,989 --> 00:29:54,991 Go to hell! 258 00:31:33,690 --> 00:31:36,193 Damn you, you big son of a- 259 00:32:22,572 --> 00:32:24,574 Muy bien. 260 00:32:32,382 --> 00:32:36,023 Ay. Look what the rurales found. 261 00:32:36,085 --> 00:32:38,087 Rifles. 262 00:32:41,825 --> 00:32:44,328 Two Indians with these mules. 263 00:32:46,095 --> 00:32:49,167 Now, how would two Indians... 264 00:32:49,232 --> 00:32:51,178 find 100 rifles, huh? 265 00:32:51,234 --> 00:32:53,908 They were skinned alive. 266 00:32:53,970 --> 00:32:56,280 Slowly. 267 00:32:57,407 --> 00:32:59,353 But they wouldn't say. 268 00:32:59,409 --> 00:33:01,355 Tsk tsk. 269 00:33:07,484 --> 00:33:09,589 Nice day, Verdugo. 270 00:33:09,652 --> 00:33:11,996 Indeed it is, Mr. Grimes. 271 00:33:19,929 --> 00:33:21,931 Hello. 272 00:33:26,369 --> 00:33:28,371 My name's Grimes. 273 00:33:30,139 --> 00:33:32,085 Steven Grimes. 274 00:33:32,141 --> 00:33:34,280 Oh, that's- that's nice. 275 00:33:34,344 --> 00:33:36,346 Mighty nice. 276 00:33:37,847 --> 00:33:39,793 Well- 277 00:33:39,849 --> 00:33:41,795 you know, fellow Americans. 278 00:33:41,851 --> 00:33:45,731 And, uh, what's a nice fellow like you doing in a place like this? 279 00:33:45,788 --> 00:33:49,133 I'm with Southern Pacific. We run the rail roads here. 280 00:33:49,192 --> 00:33:52,332 Then, uh, you're really all right with that general, ain't you? 281 00:33:52,395 --> 00:33:55,672 Look, Lyedecker, what's the point of all this? 282 00:33:55,732 --> 00:33:59,111 If you don't tell him what he wants to know, he'll have you killed. 283 00:33:59,168 --> 00:34:01,671 Well, maybe put a good word in for us. 284 00:34:03,740 --> 00:34:06,687 - Why don’t you get the hell outta here? - Tell him something. 285 00:34:06,743 --> 00:34:08,689 Anything. 286 00:34:08,745 --> 00:34:10,850 Six thousand dollars is not worth dying for. 287 00:34:10,914 --> 00:34:13,861 And he's just gonna let us go. Is that right? 288 00:34:13,917 --> 00:34:16,557 Why don’t you go away and stop botherin' us? 289 00:34:16,619 --> 00:34:18,360 Look. 290 00:34:18,421 --> 00:34:22,870 If he has you shot, it'll create terrible problems. 291 00:34:22,926 --> 00:34:25,964 - It'll be a terrible thing for all of us. - Sure as hell will. 292 00:34:27,730 --> 00:34:30,711 - For us or for the rail road? - For both. 293 00:34:30,767 --> 00:34:34,840 The way relations are between the United States and Mexico--Well, you know. 294 00:34:34,904 --> 00:34:36,850 Look... 295 00:34:36,906 --> 00:34:39,045 we don't wanna talk to you. 296 00:34:39,108 --> 00:34:41,850 You understand? We don't wanna talk to you. 297 00:34:41,911 --> 00:34:44,858 Hey, wait a minute, Joe. Wait a minute. 298 00:34:44,914 --> 00:34:47,190 He's got the rifles, and he's got us too. 299 00:34:47,250 --> 00:34:49,196 What do we got to lose? 300 00:34:51,220 --> 00:34:55,225 Tell you what you do. You go tell that general I wanna see him. 301 00:35:09,105 --> 00:35:13,383 - What about my men? - How are they progressing? 302 00:35:13,443 --> 00:35:16,515 Well, sir, they fight well, they train well. 303 00:35:16,579 --> 00:35:19,526 They don't seem to take too naturally to the drill. 304 00:35:19,582 --> 00:35:21,926 Well, the parades will come later. 305 00:35:21,985 --> 00:35:23,931 As long as they can fight. 306 00:35:23,987 --> 00:35:25,989 Sit down. Sit down. 307 00:35:33,830 --> 00:35:36,276 What disturbs you? 308 00:35:36,332 --> 00:35:38,278 The rifles, sir. 309 00:35:38,334 --> 00:35:40,280 Someone is arming the Yaquis. 310 00:35:40,336 --> 00:35:43,283 If they get hold of any more guns, you're going to have the tiger by its tail. 311 00:35:43,339 --> 00:35:46,183 The Yaquis do not have the rifles. I do. 312 00:35:46,242 --> 00:35:48,051 Yes, sir, at the moment you do. 313 00:35:49,612 --> 00:35:52,752 Von Klemme, you worry me. 314 00:35:52,815 --> 00:35:54,954 That was my intent, sir. 315 00:35:55,018 --> 00:35:58,591 No. I mean, you worry me. 316 00:35:58,655 --> 00:36:00,896 - Oh? - Yes. 317 00:36:00,957 --> 00:36:03,403 You-You seem afraid. 318 00:36:03,459 --> 00:36:05,769 Of what? 319 00:36:05,828 --> 00:36:07,774 I don't know. 320 00:36:07,830 --> 00:36:10,811 Perhaps if you would return to Mexico City- 321 00:36:10,867 --> 00:36:15,407 I would prefer nothing more than that, sir, if my orders could be changed. 322 00:36:15,471 --> 00:36:17,610 You know that I don't need you. 323 00:36:17,674 --> 00:36:19,745 But, you see, sir... 324 00:36:19,809 --> 00:36:22,756 we Germans are here to advise, so we advise. 325 00:36:22,812 --> 00:36:24,758 Oh, yes. 326 00:36:24,814 --> 00:36:27,988 Now, tell me, what perfect piece of advice have you this time? 327 00:36:28,051 --> 00:36:31,396 Finish off the Yaquis as quickly as possible before more guns come through. 328 00:36:31,454 --> 00:36:33,229 I know that, don't I? 329 00:36:33,289 --> 00:36:36,964 Of course you do. Then send them south and sell them to the wood merchants. 330 00:36:37,026 --> 00:36:39,973 No. It isn't worth it. The prices are too low. 331 00:36:40,029 --> 00:36:42,976 I have to feed them, send some of my men with them. 332 00:36:43,032 --> 00:36:46,570 By the time we sell one, the price will be lower than the price of a cow. 333 00:36:46,636 --> 00:36:48,638 Then kill them all. 334 00:36:53,843 --> 00:36:55,845 That is your advice? 335 00:36:57,413 --> 00:36:59,415 That is my advice, sir. 336 00:37:01,117 --> 00:37:03,063 Very good. 337 00:37:08,191 --> 00:37:10,137 So, all the time, eh? 338 00:37:10,193 --> 00:37:13,800 All the time the $6,000 was right there in my front yard, huh? 339 00:37:13,863 --> 00:37:16,309 Incredible. 340 00:37:16,365 --> 00:37:20,313 - I'll take him back now, General. That's the deal. Right? - Now wait. 341 00:37:20,369 --> 00:37:22,371 Wait. 342 00:37:23,773 --> 00:37:25,719 Tell me something. 343 00:37:25,775 --> 00:37:28,312 Where are the other rifles? 344 00:37:28,377 --> 00:37:31,654 I don't know what you’re talking about. 345 00:37:31,714 --> 00:37:34,160 When do they arrive? 346 00:37:36,018 --> 00:37:38,555 Answer the question, Indian. 347 00:37:40,423 --> 00:37:43,461 - You got 'em all. - That is not the answer! 348 00:37:43,526 --> 00:37:46,530 - There ain't no more guns! - How do you know that? 349 00:37:48,698 --> 00:37:53,238 You know, Lyedecker, as I told you before, I think you're part of it 350 00:37:53,302 --> 00:37:55,248 I ain't a part of anything! 351 00:37:55,304 --> 00:38:00,014 This man stole $6,000. For that amount of money, there can't be no more guns. 352 00:38:01,844 --> 00:38:03,915 You refuse to answer, eh? 353 00:38:03,980 --> 00:38:07,052 Look, there ain't no more damn guns. 354 00:38:09,185 --> 00:38:11,187 Very well. 355 00:38:12,588 --> 00:38:14,534 Too bad, gentlemen. 356 00:38:14,590 --> 00:38:16,831 ¡Sargento Paletes! 357 00:38:35,845 --> 00:38:38,291 What did all that mean? 358 00:38:38,347 --> 00:38:41,021 Look like they're gonna shoot us. 359 00:38:42,618 --> 00:38:48,091 Verdugo, I suggested that if they told you about the money... 360 00:38:48,157 --> 00:38:50,103 you'd let them go. 361 00:38:50,159 --> 00:38:54,107 Grimes, you run the rail road. 362 00:38:54,163 --> 00:38:56,109 I'll run the state of Sonora. 363 00:38:56,165 --> 00:38:58,736 And don’t you ever forget it. 364 00:40:02,098 --> 00:40:04,544 - Por favor, General-- - ¡No, señor! 365 00:40:07,837 --> 00:40:10,943 ¡Alto! 366 00:40:44,974 --> 00:40:47,784 You know somethin'? 367 00:40:47,843 --> 00:40:50,483 What? 368 00:40:50,546 --> 00:40:53,891 I think our string has done run out. 369 00:40:55,384 --> 00:40:58,558 The hell it has. We're gonna get out of this. 370 00:41:02,825 --> 00:41:05,271 - Yeah? - Yeah. 371 00:41:05,328 --> 00:41:08,138 - How? - Well, there's nothin' to it. 372 00:41:08,197 --> 00:41:11,144 A big, giant hand is gonna reach in here, pick us up... 373 00:41:11,200 --> 00:41:13,646 take us away and put us down someplace... 374 00:41:13,703 --> 00:41:16,707 right in the middle of a whole bunch of women and whiskey. 375 00:41:21,010 --> 00:41:23,286 That ain't funny. 376 00:41:23,346 --> 00:41:25,952 Well, I ain't laughin' neither. 377 00:41:26,015 --> 00:41:27,961 That ain't funny at all! 378 00:41:28,017 --> 00:41:29,963 Stay out of other people's business. 379 00:41:30,019 --> 00:41:32,966 That's what I always said and that's what I always done. 380 00:41:33,022 --> 00:41:35,969 But look at me now. Smart Lyedecker. 381 00:41:36,025 --> 00:41:40,440 Hung up on a fence with a bunch of scruffy Indians. 382 00:41:42,198 --> 00:41:45,145 Well, that's too bad about you. 383 00:41:45,201 --> 00:41:48,648 Your number's comin' up over there, and it's just too damn bad. 384 00:41:48,704 --> 00:41:51,150 - You know why? - No, I don't know why. Why? 385 00:41:51,207 --> 00:41:54,154 - 'Cause you’d have been a hell of a lawman. - You damn right! 386 00:41:54,210 --> 00:41:56,451 'Cause you don't care about nothin' or nobody... 387 00:41:56,512 --> 00:41:58,458 just like all them big boys with their badges. 388 00:41:58,514 --> 00:42:00,460 What do you know about badges? 389 00:42:00,516 --> 00:42:02,587 You’re just a piss-ant border half-breed. 390 00:42:02,651 --> 00:42:04,597 I know a lot about it. 391 00:42:04,653 --> 00:42:10,569 I know all about them small-town, barbershop, hair-cuttin' sheriffs. 392 00:42:10,626 --> 00:42:14,335 And I know all about them big-town, big-bellied... 393 00:42:14,397 --> 00:42:17,344 billy club-swingin' policemen from St. Louis. 394 00:42:17,400 --> 00:42:20,142 - You don't know nothin'! - The hell I don't! 395 00:42:20,202 --> 00:42:23,149 They look you up and down, and you're guilty! 396 00:42:23,205 --> 00:42:26,152 You don't get no trial, just like we ain't gonna get one now! 397 00:42:26,208 --> 00:42:29,485 'Cause them guys over there don't care about nothin' or nobody, just like you! 398 00:42:29,545 --> 00:42:33,152 That's why you’d have been so good with a badge. 399 00:42:34,583 --> 00:42:37,530 Washington's going to react very badly to this. 400 00:42:37,586 --> 00:42:40,032 What are they going to do? 401 00:42:40,089 --> 00:42:43,036 Send a note saying, "Where is our black policeman?" 402 00:42:43,092 --> 00:42:45,766 - And then what? - They'll ask questions. 403 00:42:47,163 --> 00:42:50,110 They're going to ask my company a great many questions. 404 00:42:50,166 --> 00:42:53,113 And they will get answers, I'm sure. 405 00:42:53,169 --> 00:42:56,616 Your company cares for its trains... 406 00:42:56,672 --> 00:42:59,949 not for two gringos that disappear in Mexico. 407 00:43:16,225 --> 00:43:17,966 ¡Fuego! 408 00:43:44,787 --> 00:43:46,789 Hold it, gentlemen. 409 00:43:51,260 --> 00:43:53,262 Padre. 410 00:44:03,105 --> 00:44:06,245 My sons, allow me to help you- 411 00:44:06,308 --> 00:44:09,084 We ain't no damn sons of yours. 412 00:44:09,145 --> 00:44:12,558 There's probably more than one scattered around here someplace. 413 00:44:12,615 --> 00:44:15,596 Fear and despair are human failings. 414 00:44:15,651 --> 00:44:17,597 Yet we are human. 415 00:44:17,653 --> 00:44:20,930 Make yourselves ready to die in peace and love. 416 00:44:20,990 --> 00:44:23,937 Why don’t you talk to Verdugo about some of that peace and love... 417 00:44:23,993 --> 00:44:26,940 instead of tryin' to get somebody ready to die. 418 00:44:26,996 --> 00:44:29,442 That's right. Ain't no man ever died ready for it. 419 00:44:29,498 --> 00:44:32,445 I want you to go with love in your hearts. 420 00:44:32,501 --> 00:44:34,447 I want you to go to hell. 421 00:44:34,503 --> 00:44:36,574 Allow me to hear your confession. 422 00:44:36,639 --> 00:44:39,586 Whatever you got in that book, just put me down for it. 423 00:44:47,383 --> 00:44:50,830 - Lyedecker. - What? 424 00:44:50,886 --> 00:44:53,890 I'm sorry you got mixed up in this. 425 00:44:55,324 --> 00:44:57,827 You ain't half as sorry as me. 426 00:45:18,748 --> 00:45:20,750 ¡Ataque! 427 00:45:54,683 --> 00:45:56,594 What the hell? 428 00:45:57,586 --> 00:46:00,362 Goddamn it! Come on! Come on! 429 00:46:21,944 --> 00:46:23,946 ¡Rapido! 430 00:46:31,720 --> 00:46:33,427 ¡Vamos!¡Vamos! 431 00:46:33,489 --> 00:46:35,696 Hyah! Hyah! 432 00:47:32,882 --> 00:47:35,829 I want their heads. 433 00:48:10,119 --> 00:48:12,895 Some kind of woman, ain't she? 434 00:48:12,955 --> 00:48:15,094 Yeah. Kinda stout. 435 00:48:15,157 --> 00:48:17,103 Now that you got them rifles... 436 00:48:17,159 --> 00:48:19,799 what are you gonna do with 'em? 437 00:48:19,862 --> 00:48:23,036 - Take 'em to General Romero. - General. 438 00:48:23,098 --> 00:48:27,547 Why every time four Mexicans get together, one of' em makes himself a general? 439 00:48:29,471 --> 00:48:31,417 Look, you. 440 00:48:31,473 --> 00:48:35,421 Romero can call himself anything he wants. 441 00:48:35,477 --> 00:48:38,083 I knew him when he was young... 442 00:48:38,147 --> 00:48:40,787 when he brought the people together to fight. 443 00:48:42,151 --> 00:48:45,598 Good or bad he's all we have. 444 00:48:45,654 --> 00:48:50,296 It's a good thing you have him, 'cause me and that one there, we goin' north. 445 00:48:51,994 --> 00:48:53,940 We are, huh? 446 00:48:53,996 --> 00:48:55,942 Yeah. 447 00:48:55,998 --> 00:48:58,945 What do you say we wait till we get them rifles to General Romero? 448 00:48:59,001 --> 00:49:01,038 Then I'll go easy-like. 449 00:49:01,103 --> 00:49:04,380 Uh-uh. No good. 450 00:49:05,641 --> 00:49:08,747 Lyedecker, you're a mule-headed son of a bitch. 451 00:49:08,811 --> 00:49:11,758 You saw all them Indians hung up like a side of beef. 452 00:49:11,814 --> 00:49:14,727 - After all the trouble we went through to get them rifles- - We? 453 00:49:14,783 --> 00:49:17,730 Yeah, we! 454 00:49:17,786 --> 00:49:21,734 Look, I spent 15 years in the 9th Cavalry... 455 00:49:21,790 --> 00:49:24,737 keepin' the law and chasin' bad Indians. 456 00:49:24,793 --> 00:49:29,333 But this one ain't my business, it ain't my fight and it ain't my job! 457 00:49:32,234 --> 00:49:34,180 And besides... 458 00:49:34,236 --> 00:49:36,273 I don't much like Indians anyway. 459 00:49:38,140 --> 00:49:40,017 We should have killed him! 460 00:49:42,644 --> 00:49:44,521 Yeah. 461 00:49:49,618 --> 00:49:52,121 I think she's right. 462 00:49:52,187 --> 00:49:54,189 You know your trouble, big man? 463 00:49:54,256 --> 00:49:56,736 You're dumb. 464 00:49:56,792 --> 00:49:59,295 Just plain ol' black-ass dumb! 465 00:50:43,005 --> 00:50:45,952 Now who's dumb, you half-breed? 466 00:50:46,008 --> 00:50:48,420 Huh? 467 00:50:48,477 --> 00:50:50,423 I am! 468 00:50:50,479 --> 00:50:52,425 Let me up! 469 00:50:52,481 --> 00:50:54,483 Come on! 470 00:51:07,629 --> 00:51:09,631 Thank you. 471 00:51:18,040 --> 00:51:19,986 Don't shoot him! 472 00:51:20,042 --> 00:51:23,649 And let him kill you? The rifles, they are more important. 473 00:51:25,380 --> 00:51:28,384 I don't wanna drag his big ass all over Mexico. 474 00:51:38,560 --> 00:51:43,031 - What's it gon' be? - I guess I ain't got much of a choice, have I? 475 00:54:56,391 --> 00:54:58,337 We split up here. 476 00:54:58,393 --> 00:55:00,532 You take the guns upriver. 477 00:55:00,595 --> 00:55:03,166 I'll meet you in Delgado. 478 00:56:56,311 --> 00:56:59,087 I'm glad to meet you. 479 00:56:59,147 --> 00:57:01,093 Ah. 480 00:57:31,279 --> 00:57:34,317 Woman, what are they looking at? 481 00:57:35,983 --> 00:57:37,963 It's the first time they've seen a black man before. 482 00:57:38,019 --> 00:57:40,898 Well, if they wait a while, they'll see this one turn into a chili bean. 483 00:57:47,528 --> 00:57:50,407 I sure wish I had myself a fried steak. 484 00:57:57,071 --> 00:58:00,780 Well, two or three times now, you could've killed me. 485 00:58:00,842 --> 00:58:03,220 Sí. That is true. 486 00:58:03,277 --> 00:58:05,223 - I need you. - What for? 487 00:58:06,447 --> 00:58:08,393 Mira. 488 00:58:08,449 --> 00:58:12,795 Those rifles, they are what keeps Joe here. 489 00:58:12,854 --> 00:58:15,630 He is what keeps you here. 490 00:58:15,690 --> 00:58:17,897 I want you to help us. 491 00:58:19,160 --> 00:58:21,106 No, I won't do that. 492 00:58:21,162 --> 00:58:22,937 Are you afraid? 493 00:58:27,201 --> 00:58:30,410 Yeah. Yeah, I reckon I am. 494 00:58:30,471 --> 00:58:34,681 Oh, not of being shot at. That's happened plenty before. 495 00:58:34,742 --> 00:58:38,884 Lyedecker, if-- 496 00:58:38,946 --> 00:58:41,483 if you would join with us... 497 00:58:41,549 --> 00:58:44,359 for just a little while... 498 00:58:44,419 --> 00:58:47,400 I won't worry about Yaqui Joe. 499 00:58:47,455 --> 00:58:49,560 Afterwards, you can have him. 500 00:58:49,624 --> 00:58:53,299 You ain't, uh, partial to him? 501 00:58:53,361 --> 00:58:56,069 No. 502 00:58:56,130 --> 00:58:58,770 I don't trust him. He's a bad man. 503 00:58:58,833 --> 00:59:01,871 But he's smart... 504 00:59:01,936 --> 00:59:04,780 and he's important for us now. 505 00:59:06,507 --> 00:59:08,987 Nothing else? 506 00:59:09,043 --> 00:59:11,023 No. 507 00:59:11,078 --> 00:59:13,080 Nothing. 508 00:59:21,055 --> 00:59:24,662 No deals. I'm gonna take him back, and there ain't gonna be no deals. 509 00:59:32,567 --> 00:59:36,674 We got problems. Verdugo's about one mile behind us, but I don't think he saw us. 510 00:59:36,737 --> 00:59:40,184 Get the rifles. Let's get out of here. 511 00:59:41,976 --> 00:59:44,820 ¡Vámonos! 512 00:59:51,419 --> 00:59:53,797 Adios. 513 00:59:53,855 --> 00:59:56,768 Gracias, kid. 514 01:00:37,565 --> 01:00:39,511 Keep goin'! 515 01:00:39,567 --> 01:00:41,569 Go on! 516 01:01:18,639 --> 01:01:21,017 - ¡Sargento! - Mi general. 517 01:01:21,075 --> 01:01:24,056 Collect all the children and take them to the rancho. 518 01:01:26,314 --> 01:01:31,423 With the general's permission, the time might be better spent collecting the rifles. 519 01:01:31,485 --> 01:01:34,591 Von Klemme, I'm gonna tell you something once and for all... 520 01:01:34,655 --> 01:01:37,033 and let it be a lesson for your future. 521 01:01:37,091 --> 01:01:41,267 I never do anything without a purpose, and remember that. 522 01:02:43,057 --> 01:02:45,059 Humara. 523 01:02:47,228 --> 01:02:53,110 Los niños. Los niños. El rancho. 524 01:02:53,167 --> 01:02:56,011 El rancho. 525 01:03:22,930 --> 01:03:24,876 Yaqui. 526 01:03:27,301 --> 01:03:29,941 The children. 527 01:03:30,004 --> 01:03:32,211 They've taken all of the children... 528 01:03:32,273 --> 01:03:34,219 and holding them for the rifles. 529 01:03:34,275 --> 01:03:36,186 They're holding 'em for us too, you can bet. 530 01:03:36,243 --> 01:03:39,156 Well, we have to go back. 531 01:03:39,213 --> 01:03:43,855 Look, Sarita, I think we ought to go on to Romero... 532 01:03:43,918 --> 01:03:45,864 give 'em the guns, and get some more men, huh? 533 01:03:47,254 --> 01:03:50,929 No. We have to get those children. 534 01:03:52,226 --> 01:03:54,172 We will. 535 01:04:59,059 --> 01:05:01,005 We'd better make this quick and quiet. 536 01:06:11,131 --> 01:06:13,133 Shh! 537 01:06:48,568 --> 01:06:53,347 Well, I wonder if he died ready for it. 538 01:08:30,670 --> 01:08:32,616 Get them kids out of here! 539 01:08:32,672 --> 01:08:35,312 Hey, big fella. How you doin', man? 540 01:10:02,262 --> 01:10:04,208 Where’s Joe? 541 01:10:06,332 --> 01:10:08,539 Where's the whiskey? 542 01:10:17,777 --> 01:10:21,384 I guess you never can tell where they might go to drink, huh? 543 01:10:23,783 --> 01:10:26,764 Don't-Don’t shoot, Lyedecker! 544 01:10:26,819 --> 01:10:28,628 For God's sake, don't shoot! 545 01:10:31,658 --> 01:10:34,935 - I didn't know it was you. - Obviously! 546 01:10:54,881 --> 01:10:57,088 Hey, Joe, look what I found. 547 01:11:00,520 --> 01:11:03,433 Hey, Big Ben. 548 01:11:03,489 --> 01:11:07,301 You ain't still thinking about taking me to Phoenix with you, are ya? 549 01:11:07,360 --> 01:11:09,465 You'd better believe it, hombre. 550 01:11:11,097 --> 01:11:14,476 Well, you're a stubborn, son of a- 551 01:11:16,035 --> 01:11:19,175 Damn. 552 01:11:20,373 --> 01:11:23,217 Well, what's you gonna do with him? 553 01:11:23,276 --> 01:11:27,190 Well, uh, whatever's customary and whatever you think is right. 554 01:11:33,386 --> 01:11:35,662 I'll-I'll be glad to take care of him for you. 555 01:11:35,722 --> 01:11:40,296 Lyedecker, this is silly. There's no need for- 556 01:11:40,360 --> 01:11:43,136 Keep him alive. We might be able to use him later. 557 01:11:46,266 --> 01:11:48,268 I'll do it. 558 01:11:53,806 --> 01:11:56,343 Didn't turn out to be much, did it? 559 01:11:58,044 --> 01:12:00,615 Hmm? 560 01:12:00,680 --> 01:12:03,388 Pretty fancy, huh? 561 01:12:03,449 --> 01:12:05,395 For me? 562 01:12:05,451 --> 01:12:07,897 Too fancy for me? 563 01:12:11,124 --> 01:12:17,040 She had one like it when my father worked here a long time ago. 564 01:12:18,097 --> 01:12:20,043 She's dead now- 565 01:12:20,099 --> 01:12:23,080 Verdugo's wife. 566 01:12:23,136 --> 01:12:25,082 I always wanted one like it. 567 01:12:25,138 --> 01:12:27,209 It looks like you were born for it. 568 01:12:29,842 --> 01:12:34,086 It's a lie. But you’re a pretty good man after all, Lyedecker. 569 01:12:34,147 --> 01:12:36,491 I guess I know that. 570 01:12:36,549 --> 01:12:40,463 I know what I am. I don't have to go looking for it. 571 01:12:40,520 --> 01:12:42,466 Then why are you a policeman? 572 01:12:42,522 --> 01:12:45,401 It's a job. Everybody has to do something. 573 01:12:45,458 --> 01:12:48,268 What the job is ain't important. It's how you do it. 574 01:12:50,463 --> 01:12:52,875 Are you good at what you do? 575 01:13:00,840 --> 01:13:04,720 Well, it ain't much different than the cavalry. I do the best I can. 576 01:13:09,382 --> 01:13:11,328 Well, that is a hard thing to do. 577 01:13:13,720 --> 01:13:17,497 For all the bad things I have said to you... 578 01:13:22,095 --> 01:13:24,234 I give you this. 579 01:13:26,399 --> 01:13:30,074 No. No! No! 580 01:13:33,239 --> 01:13:36,777 No! No! Please, not like this! 581 01:13:38,978 --> 01:13:41,322 Not with you. 582 01:17:59,739 --> 01:18:02,219 ¡Viva Lyedecker! 583 01:18:03,509 --> 01:18:06,752 ¡Viva Lyedecker! 584 01:18:06,813 --> 01:18:09,259 ¡Viva Lyedecker! 585 01:18:09,315 --> 01:18:11,295 ¡Viva Lyedecker! 586 01:18:11,351 --> 01:18:14,264 Lyedecker. 587 01:19:38,204 --> 01:19:40,878 He died yesterday. 588 01:19:44,677 --> 01:19:49,353 Ah, sí. The black gringo. We have heard of you. 589 01:20:04,530 --> 01:20:06,567 Buenos días, mi general. 590 01:20:06,632 --> 01:20:08,669 Buenos días, mi general. 591 01:20:08,734 --> 01:20:11,442 Buenos días, mi general. 592 01:20:14,841 --> 01:20:16,946 Buenos días, mi general. 593 01:20:21,180 --> 01:20:23,751 Good day for travelin', and we're gonna travel. 594 01:20:28,988 --> 01:20:31,025 Hey. What is this stuff? 595 01:20:31,090 --> 01:20:33,798 What is this "mi general"? 596 01:20:35,294 --> 01:20:38,002 - You mean you don't know? - No, I don't know. 597 01:20:39,565 --> 01:20:42,910 Well, it seems that you have been elected the new general. 598 01:20:42,969 --> 01:20:45,609 I ain't no damn general. That's just-- 599 01:20:45,671 --> 01:20:48,675 That's the dumbest-- That's just plumb crazy! Come on! 600 01:20:48,741 --> 01:20:51,017 Buenos días, general. 601 01:20:51,077 --> 01:20:55,116 Look, you tell them to get out of here. 602 01:20:55,181 --> 01:20:57,354 Tell them I don't want 'em following me. 603 01:21:12,665 --> 01:21:14,611 Tell 'em to go away. 604 01:21:14,667 --> 01:21:17,204 Tell 'em I ain't no general. 605 01:21:18,905 --> 01:21:22,944 Not for no bad-ass Indians. Not for nobody. 606 01:21:30,783 --> 01:21:32,785 You tell 'em. 607 01:21:45,064 --> 01:21:47,305 It looks to me like... 608 01:21:47,366 --> 01:21:51,178 you're back in the cavalry business... 609 01:21:51,237 --> 01:21:53,308 mi general. 610 01:22:05,284 --> 01:22:08,026 I'm sure the rifles are somewhere up there. 611 01:22:08,087 --> 01:22:10,363 I can promise you that, with Romero. 612 01:22:10,423 --> 01:22:13,768 No. 613 01:22:13,826 --> 01:22:17,535 If he gets the guns and the ammunition... 614 01:22:17,597 --> 01:22:21,773 he will probably come down that mountain, and we'll have war. 615 01:22:21,834 --> 01:22:24,747 I know Romero. He's a dying tiger. 616 01:22:24,804 --> 01:22:29,685 He wouldn't come downhill with an army of 10,000 cannons. 617 01:22:29,742 --> 01:22:31,915 No. 618 01:22:31,978 --> 01:22:34,219 Lyedecker is the one. 619 01:22:34,280 --> 01:22:38,626 I want his head on a stick in the middle of the plaza for everyone to see. 620 01:22:38,684 --> 01:22:42,222 Lyedecker and the others. 621 01:22:42,288 --> 01:22:46,464 Sir, I personally think we ought to be going after Romero. 622 01:22:52,465 --> 01:22:54,775 Now, listen to me, Von Klemme. 623 01:22:54,834 --> 01:22:57,178 I know Romero. I know these mountains. 624 01:22:57,236 --> 01:22:59,546 I know my country, and you don't! 625 01:22:59,605 --> 01:23:04,054 So shut up. Shut up and follow my orders. 626 01:23:04,110 --> 01:23:06,420 I want Lyedecker. 627 01:23:07,880 --> 01:23:10,554 - Buenos noches, mi general. - Buenos noches, mi general. 628 01:23:10,616 --> 01:23:13,290 Buenos noches, mi general. 629 01:23:32,672 --> 01:23:35,516 Lyedecker? 630 01:23:59,165 --> 01:24:01,975 Oh. Your supper is almost ready. 631 01:24:02,034 --> 01:24:04,537 - Tortillas? - No. 632 01:24:04,603 --> 01:24:08,141 Look what I found. You said fried steak. 633 01:24:19,618 --> 01:24:21,928 Is that, um, the way it is? 634 01:24:21,987 --> 01:24:24,900 If that's the way you want it. 635 01:24:29,095 --> 01:24:31,097 No. Let me get that. 636 01:24:37,036 --> 01:24:38,743 Here? 637 01:24:51,517 --> 01:24:54,327 Lyedecker, you are my man. 638 01:24:56,288 --> 01:24:59,758 You know, you gotta be, uh, careful about a thing like that. 639 01:25:01,694 --> 01:25:03,970 I don't have to be careful. 640 01:25:08,167 --> 01:25:10,169 I am your woman for as long as you want it. 641 01:25:16,509 --> 01:25:18,455 Do you want me? 642 01:25:34,226 --> 01:25:37,002 What does Verdugo use that train for? 643 01:25:38,798 --> 01:25:42,746 - What are you going to do? - Answer the question. 644 01:25:45,971 --> 01:25:48,850 Now, look, you can't be-- 645 01:25:48,908 --> 01:25:51,388 You're not going to wreck the train? 646 01:25:51,444 --> 01:25:56,154 In one minute, I'm gonna pinch off your head... 647 01:25:56,215 --> 01:25:58,718 and mail it back to the home office. 648 01:26:04,924 --> 01:26:08,701 The train carries troops and supplies from Nogales to Hermosillo. 649 01:26:08,761 --> 01:26:10,707 It's well-guarded. 650 01:26:10,763 --> 01:26:13,243 Does it make any stops along the way? 651 01:26:13,299 --> 01:26:15,836 No. 652 01:26:15,901 --> 01:26:19,405 - No stops. - There is a water-tower... 653 01:26:19,472 --> 01:26:24,251 in the plano, the flat part. 654 01:26:24,310 --> 01:26:27,120 He stops there. 655 01:26:29,882 --> 01:26:33,420 Now, look, you're not going to wreck the train. 656 01:26:36,489 --> 01:26:39,936 We'll talk about it in the morning. 657 01:26:39,992 --> 01:26:41,994 Lyedecker- 658 01:26:49,335 --> 01:26:52,908 God! Dear God! 659 01:26:52,972 --> 01:26:55,714 He ain't gonna help you. 660 01:27:40,152 --> 01:27:42,098 ¡Hey, muchachos! 661 01:27:42,154 --> 01:27:45,624 ¡Una muchacha! 662 01:28:44,316 --> 01:28:46,762 No, no, no, no. 663 01:30:52,911 --> 01:30:54,857 He ain't here. 664 01:30:58,383 --> 01:31:01,921 Well, must be he didn't make the trip then... 665 01:31:01,987 --> 01:31:05,867 'cause I've been watchin' this car all the time. 666 01:31:07,392 --> 01:31:11,636 - How many did we lose? - I don't know for sure. 667 01:31:21,540 --> 01:31:24,680 Hey. You did a real fine job. 668 01:31:29,848 --> 01:31:32,385 You seen Grimes? 669 01:31:32,451 --> 01:31:35,227 No. 670 01:31:44,062 --> 01:31:46,565 Last time I saw him, we were diggin' in. 671 01:31:46,632 --> 01:31:49,875 I saw him. He had a horse. 672 01:31:51,470 --> 01:31:54,747 I guarantee you, he's almost to Nogales by now. 673 01:31:54,807 --> 01:31:57,048 What the hell are we gonna do now? 674 01:31:57,109 --> 01:31:59,612 Load the train up. We're still goin' in. 675 01:33:03,842 --> 01:33:08,213 - Uh, hello. Buenos días. - Buenos días. 676 01:33:08,214 --> 01:33:08,248 - Uh, hello. Buenos días. - Buenos días. 677 01:33:09,515 --> 01:33:12,121 ¿Verdugo aquí? 678 01:33:12,184 --> 01:33:14,562 Well, is he here? 679 01:33:29,235 --> 01:33:32,307 Grimes, I should have you shot. 680 01:33:32,371 --> 01:33:35,443 What are you trying to do, become an adventurer? 681 01:33:36,942 --> 01:33:40,480 Well, that's good, because the role does not suit you. 682 01:33:41,747 --> 01:33:43,988 Tell me, Mr. Grimes... 683 01:33:44,049 --> 01:33:47,292 how did you happen to be with them in the first place? 684 01:33:47,353 --> 01:33:50,664 I was taken at the point of a gun. I was a prisoner. 685 01:33:50,723 --> 01:33:52,669 - For so long? - All right. 686 01:33:52,725 --> 01:33:56,298 He did return... finally. 687 01:33:56,362 --> 01:33:59,104 - You escaped, huh? - Yes. 688 01:33:59,164 --> 01:34:01,735 Uh-huh. 689 01:34:01,800 --> 01:34:04,371 They're going to attack the town. 690 01:34:04,436 --> 01:34:06,643 Really? 691 01:34:08,707 --> 01:34:11,153 - How? - They've taken the train. 692 01:34:13,245 --> 01:34:15,691 Are you sure? You saw it? 693 01:34:15,748 --> 01:34:18,285 I heard the plans. 694 01:34:18,350 --> 01:34:21,422 - There was nothing I could do. - Of course not. 695 01:34:23,789 --> 01:34:26,633 Look. Let them come in. 696 01:34:26,692 --> 01:34:28,763 And after they've gotten off the train... 697 01:34:28,827 --> 01:34:30,773 we can catch them in the streets. 698 01:34:30,829 --> 01:34:34,606 Mr. Grimes, that would be an incredibly stupid thing to do. 699 01:34:34,667 --> 01:34:36,704 First, you have them nicely trapped on the train... 700 01:34:36,769 --> 01:34:39,249 and then you allow them to get into the streets and houses? 701 01:34:41,040 --> 01:34:42,986 Grimes... 702 01:34:43,042 --> 01:34:46,854 your train will be a small sacrifice to our cause. 703 01:35:42,568 --> 01:35:45,447 - Go check up there-- the machine gun. - Yes, sir. 704 01:36:58,610 --> 01:37:00,556 ¡Alto! 705 01:38:24,062 --> 01:38:26,064 ¡Fuego! 706 01:40:03,962 --> 01:40:05,942 Sarita! 707 01:43:32,804 --> 01:43:35,546 We did all right, didn't we? 708 01:43:35,607 --> 01:43:37,553 Yeah, I guess we did. 709 01:43:37,609 --> 01:43:39,919 I mean, we won, didn't we? 710 01:44:59,224 --> 01:45:01,204 Well. 711 01:45:04,796 --> 01:45:06,901 We won, huh? 712 01:45:08,600 --> 01:45:12,138 Yep. 713 01:45:12,203 --> 01:45:16,174 I think I can put the train back into running order. I thought you’d like to know that. 714 01:45:16,241 --> 01:45:19,245 It'll take time, and I'll need men for the labor. 715 01:45:21,479 --> 01:45:24,085 Yeah. 716 01:45:24,149 --> 01:45:26,129 It's important that, uh... 717 01:45:26,184 --> 01:45:28,391 we know where we stand, huh? 718 01:45:30,155 --> 01:45:32,101 What the hell for? 719 01:45:32,157 --> 01:45:35,036 Well, look out there. 720 01:45:36,695 --> 01:45:38,902 You're their leader now 721 01:45:40,198 --> 01:45:43,304 You should think about that. 722 01:45:43,368 --> 01:45:46,076 - I ain't no dadgum such thing. - They think you are. 723 01:45:46,137 --> 01:45:48,344 They do? 724 01:45:48,406 --> 01:45:51,012 This place is yours, and you have an army. 725 01:45:51,076 --> 01:45:55,889 With them, you can control the entire area for good or bad 726 01:45:58,216 --> 01:46:00,753 You're ready to say no to that? 727 01:46:01,920 --> 01:46:03,866 Damn right I am. 728 01:46:03,922 --> 01:46:05,868 Oh, no, you're not. 729 01:46:05,924 --> 01:46:07,926 A man like you... 730 01:46:09,527 --> 01:46:12,406 with your intelligence? 731 01:46:12,464 --> 01:46:16,708 The whole state can be yours. All of Sonora. 732 01:46:19,070 --> 01:46:21,016 - No. Hell, no. - You have to. 733 01:46:21,072 --> 01:46:24,144 The choice isn’t yours. The decision's been taken out of your hands. 734 01:46:24,209 --> 01:46:27,713 Do you know what'll happen if you walk away from all this? There'll be anarchy. 735 01:46:29,047 --> 01:46:30,993 - What-- - These people-- 736 01:46:31,049 --> 01:46:34,519 Your people, they'll drift apart without a leader. 737 01:46:34,586 --> 01:46:37,294 And then another general will come from Mexico City... 738 01:46:37,355 --> 01:46:40,461 with another army, and these streets'll run with blood again. 739 01:46:45,764 --> 01:46:49,735 You'll need to move men and supplies. You'll need the rail road. 740 01:46:51,236 --> 01:46:53,739 I'm sure we can come to an understanding. 741 01:47:00,612 --> 01:47:02,751 Lyedecker! 742 01:47:12,924 --> 01:47:15,200 - Hey, you ain't leavin' are you? - Yep. 743 01:47:15,260 --> 01:47:18,537 You can't do that. I mean, I ain't goin' with ya. 744 01:47:18,596 --> 01:47:20,542 What are you gonna tell 'em? What are you gonna say? 745 01:47:20,598 --> 01:47:23,602 Well, I'll tell 'em I just didn't bring you back, Joe. 746 01:47:23,668 --> 01:47:26,046 Of course, they'll be able to see that for themselves anyway, won't they? 747 01:47:26,104 --> 01:47:30,450 Yeah, but you’re the leader. I mean, if you go, there could be anarchy. 748 01:47:30,508 --> 01:47:32,647 There could be blood in the streets. 749 01:47:32,710 --> 01:47:35,657 Look, Joe, they'll follow you now. 750 01:47:35,713 --> 01:47:38,250 In fact, it could be a good deal for you. 751 01:47:38,316 --> 01:47:41,627 Yeah, but, Lyedecker, what do you got to go back to? 752 01:47:41,686 --> 01:47:44,394 You came down here with nothin', not even a job permanent. 753 01:47:44,456 --> 01:47:48,802 - After all them years, nothin'. - Yeah, I thought about that. 754 01:47:48,860 --> 01:47:52,000 You did? What'd you think? 755 01:47:53,531 --> 01:47:56,011 I thought I oughta go back and give it one more shot. 756 01:47:59,871 --> 01:48:01,748 Lyedecker, maybe I oughta go back with ya. 757 01:48:01,806 --> 01:48:03,752 You don't wanna do that, Joe. 758 01:48:03,808 --> 01:48:07,051 You belong here, and I belong up north. 759 01:48:07,112 --> 01:48:09,058 Like I said, I wanna give it that one more shot. 760 01:48:11,416 --> 01:48:15,262 And, Joe, good luck, amigo. 761 01:48:26,331 --> 01:48:29,141 All right, dadgumit, let's get this dadgum army together! 762 01:48:35,573 --> 01:48:38,179 All right! All right!55309

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