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These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:59,311 --> 00:01:02,988 Our story tells of a man grown old 2 00:01:03,055 --> 00:01:06,950 His blood's still warm but his heart's grown cold 3 00:01:07,024 --> 00:01:10,918 He thinks he's still the man he was 4 00:01:10,991 --> 00:01:13,861 But the young poke fun at everything 5 00:01:13,936 --> 00:01:17,481 Everything the old man does 6 00:01:20,016 --> 00:01:24,904 Marshal Flagg, Marshal Flagg 7 00:01:24,976 --> 00:01:30,540 As men grow old their footsteps drag 8 00:01:31,216 --> 00:01:35,885 Younger folks start making jokes 9 00:01:35,951 --> 00:01:39,399 They'll be laughing at Marshal Flagg 10 00:01:39,472 --> 00:01:43,181 They'll be laughing at Marshal Flagg 11 00:01:43,887 --> 00:01:44,869 Laughing 12 00:01:44,943 --> 00:01:46,220 Laughing 13 00:01:46,288 --> 00:01:49,866 At Marshal Flagg 14 00:01:56,463 --> 00:01:59,911 A man recalls all his youthful days 15 00:01:59,984 --> 00:02:03,300 When he tasted life in a million ways 16 00:02:03,376 --> 00:02:07,369 He dreams his dreams, at times it seems 17 00:02:07,439 --> 00:02:09,294 That he's only two times ten 18 00:02:09,359 --> 00:02:10,920 That he's full of fire again 19 00:02:10,992 --> 00:02:14,253 The man he was way back when 20 00:02:17,264 --> 00:02:22,665 Marshal Flagg, Marshal Flagg 21 00:02:23,439 --> 00:02:29,931 As men grow old their footsteps drag 22 00:02:30,863 --> 00:02:35,435 Younger folks start making jokes 23 00:02:35,504 --> 00:02:39,181 They'll be laughing at Marshal Flagg 24 00:02:39,503 --> 00:02:42,852 They'll be laughing at Marshal Flagg 25 00:02:43,951 --> 00:02:44,649 Laughing 26 00:02:44,719 --> 00:02:45,668 Laughing 27 00:02:45,744 --> 00:02:51,527 At Marshal Flagg 28 00:02:53,648 --> 00:02:57,390 Damn red-headed chicken thief! Blow his stealing head off. 29 00:02:59,344 --> 00:03:02,191 Damn fox ate another one of my hens this morning. 30 00:03:02,416 --> 00:03:04,423 Consarned thieving... 31 00:03:04,496 --> 00:03:07,213 Well, get down off of there. Come have a snort. 32 00:03:09,839 --> 00:03:12,327 - Nippy, huh? - Nippy, hell! 33 00:03:13,007 --> 00:03:15,244 I damn near froze last night. 34 00:03:15,312 --> 00:03:18,727 - Why didn't you sleep inside? - Walls and roofs is for city folks. 35 00:03:20,656 --> 00:03:24,300 - Well, then why did you build it? - Never built nothing like it before. 36 00:03:27,632 --> 00:03:31,014 Grundy, either your coffee or your liquor's getting awful rancid. 37 00:03:33,456 --> 00:03:34,765 - Chaw? - No, no. 38 00:03:34,895 --> 00:03:38,157 - So what no-good you been up to? - Just the usual. 39 00:03:39,568 --> 00:03:42,056 - I saw some... - What? 40 00:03:42,927 --> 00:03:45,927 - Saw some... - Grundy, will you please spit? 41 00:03:48,943 --> 00:03:51,399 Saw some men yesterday. Down by the flats. 42 00:03:51,471 --> 00:03:54,090 - Who were they? - Never seen them before. 43 00:03:54,160 --> 00:03:55,982 - What'd they look like? - Mean. 44 00:03:56,207 --> 00:03:58,760 - What do you mean "mean"? - Just mean. Ornery. 45 00:03:59,472 --> 00:04:01,927 Well, what were they doing? How many of them were there? 46 00:04:02,000 --> 00:04:05,098 Not much of anything. Just sitting. About a dozen of them. 47 00:04:05,551 --> 00:04:07,373 Well, didn't you see anything or hear anything? 48 00:04:07,439 --> 00:04:10,123 I heard a couple of names. One was called Waco. 49 00:04:10,192 --> 00:04:13,574 And another called... I can't remember exactly. 50 00:04:13,647 --> 00:04:16,102 McBride, MacLean, McKay, something like that. 51 00:04:17,487 --> 00:04:20,105 - McKay? Did you say McKay? - Something like that. 52 00:04:20,367 --> 00:04:22,189 What did he look like, this fellow, McKay? 53 00:04:22,256 --> 00:04:24,623 - Only saw his back. - From the back then! 54 00:04:24,688 --> 00:04:25,636 Well, 55 00:04:27,056 --> 00:04:29,030 he was tall, taller than the rest. 56 00:04:29,103 --> 00:04:31,951 He wore them long Mexican spurs with the pointed rowels. 57 00:04:32,431 --> 00:04:34,318 His horse and his clothes, what color were they? 58 00:04:34,384 --> 00:04:38,181 Black. Whole outfit, horse and man. Even his holster. 59 00:04:38,255 --> 00:04:40,776 I remember that, because he wore it high on his belt. 60 00:04:40,848 --> 00:04:43,433 Not low, like some of these showoffy young'uns. 61 00:04:44,848 --> 00:04:47,750 John McKay. That's who you saw. 62 00:04:47,824 --> 00:04:49,995 You mean the McKay? Big John McKay? 63 00:04:51,312 --> 00:04:52,294 That's right. 64 00:04:52,368 --> 00:04:54,953 Thought he was killed years ago, down along the Red River. 65 00:04:55,023 --> 00:04:55,972 So did I. 66 00:04:57,039 --> 00:04:58,566 Thanks for the coffee. 67 00:05:07,280 --> 00:05:10,476 - If you need an extra gun, count me in. - Thanks, Grundy. 68 00:05:17,072 --> 00:05:18,151 Hot damn! 69 00:05:19,471 --> 00:05:22,122 There's finally gonna be some action around here. 70 00:05:52,304 --> 00:05:53,678 Up. Here you go. 71 00:05:53,743 --> 00:05:56,526 You weren't so eager to get rid of me last night, Jed Davis. 72 00:05:56,592 --> 00:05:59,177 Come on, Ginny, there wasn't nothing personal about it. 73 00:05:59,247 --> 00:06:00,196 Nothing personal! 74 00:06:00,272 --> 00:06:03,883 Be the first time you ever laid hands on me that it weren't personal! 75 00:06:04,368 --> 00:06:08,426 High time they closed that dirty place. Been the shame of this city. 76 00:06:08,912 --> 00:06:09,926 Harold! 77 00:06:10,959 --> 00:06:14,025 - Hi, Nell. - I don't know you, do I? 78 00:06:14,703 --> 00:06:17,737 - Bye, Nell. - I sure as hell should remember him. 79 00:06:18,576 --> 00:06:21,991 Harold, you tell me immediately how you know that woman. 80 00:06:22,064 --> 00:06:24,136 Harold! Answer me this instant. 81 00:06:24,207 --> 00:06:25,582 She's a friend of Pa's. 82 00:06:25,648 --> 00:06:28,266 Hey, Nell, give us something to remember you by. 83 00:06:29,488 --> 00:06:32,652 This'll remind you of what you'll be missing, boys. 84 00:06:33,776 --> 00:06:35,532 - That's my garter. - No, it's mine. 85 00:06:35,600 --> 00:06:36,941 Give me my garter, will you? 86 00:06:37,008 --> 00:06:38,731 - I swear to... - Fight! 87 00:06:47,216 --> 00:06:48,677 I never figured on this much fuss. 88 00:06:48,751 --> 00:06:52,264 Well, Howard, fuss is publicity. Publicity is votes. Remember that. 89 00:06:52,336 --> 00:06:54,605 I congratulate you, Mayor Wilker. 90 00:06:54,671 --> 00:06:59,046 That establishment was a blight on the entire community. 91 00:06:59,119 --> 00:07:00,613 Right you are, Mrs. Peters. 92 00:07:00,687 --> 00:07:03,557 It's a civic disgrace. The work of the devil. 93 00:07:04,623 --> 00:07:05,932 Don't worry, Ed. 94 00:07:06,447 --> 00:07:08,782 The house will be open right after election. 95 00:07:08,848 --> 00:07:12,874 Good. Good. Good. 96 00:07:13,744 --> 00:07:16,558 Oh, good. 97 00:07:16,624 --> 00:07:17,933 Come on, Howard. 98 00:07:46,128 --> 00:07:47,535 So long, Charley. 99 00:07:50,159 --> 00:07:51,305 Dirty thing. 100 00:07:56,592 --> 00:07:58,119 Take your hands off me! 101 00:07:59,728 --> 00:08:03,143 Bye. No hard feelings anymore. 102 00:08:11,919 --> 00:08:12,966 Goodbye! 103 00:08:14,832 --> 00:08:16,141 Bye. 104 00:08:20,271 --> 00:08:24,232 This is for you, Jim, for being the nicest marshal we've ever known. 105 00:08:24,303 --> 00:08:27,173 All right, girls, let's hear it for the marshal. 106 00:08:27,247 --> 00:08:31,306 - Hip, hip, hooray! Hip, hip, hooray! - Hip, hip, hooray! Hip, hip, hooray! 107 00:08:31,375 --> 00:08:33,579 - Hip, hip, hooray! - Hip, hip, hooray! 108 00:08:36,656 --> 00:08:38,565 Well, back to the office. 109 00:08:39,567 --> 00:08:41,672 Public servant's work is never done. 110 00:08:47,824 --> 00:08:49,384 - Mayor. - Yes? 111 00:08:49,871 --> 00:08:52,522 Oh, Flagg. Good morning. 112 00:08:52,976 --> 00:08:55,976 Gonna need about 20 men. Volunteers for a posse. 113 00:08:56,047 --> 00:08:59,146 - Posse? Did you say posse, Jim Boy? - That's right. 114 00:08:59,215 --> 00:09:00,873 You have them bring their guns and ammunition, 115 00:09:00,943 --> 00:09:01,958 meet me over at the courthouse, 116 00:09:02,032 --> 00:09:03,374 and I'll get them sworn in and we'II... 117 00:09:03,440 --> 00:09:06,669 Wait a minute, Jim. Now wait. What is all this posse talk? 118 00:09:07,407 --> 00:09:10,189 You know that train that's due Saturday with the money for the new bank? 119 00:09:10,256 --> 00:09:12,623 - Yes. - Well, I think there's gonna be a holdup. 120 00:09:12,688 --> 00:09:14,924 - Holdup? - That's impossible. 121 00:09:15,408 --> 00:09:17,644 John McKay has been seen in the territory. 122 00:09:17,711 --> 00:09:19,435 And who the hell is John McKay? 123 00:09:20,847 --> 00:09:23,149 Who the hell is John McKay? 124 00:09:23,215 --> 00:09:26,182 For your information, Mayor Wilker and Deputy Boyle, 125 00:09:26,255 --> 00:09:29,321 John McKay is one of the most wanted outlaws in the country. 126 00:09:29,391 --> 00:09:31,660 Oh, you mean Big John McKay, that old-time train robber. 127 00:09:31,728 --> 00:09:34,183 - That's right. - Sure, I remember now. 128 00:09:34,672 --> 00:09:35,784 I read about him in the pulp books. 129 00:09:35,855 --> 00:09:36,837 He used to be pretty famous 130 00:09:36,911 --> 00:09:38,318 around the time the James boys was cutting up. 131 00:09:38,383 --> 00:09:41,067 The James boys? Ye gods, that's over 20 years ago! 132 00:09:41,136 --> 00:09:43,340 Yeah, but wasn't he killed, somewhere down in Texas? 133 00:09:43,408 --> 00:09:44,902 Well, if he was, I wouldn't be standing here 134 00:09:44,976 --> 00:09:47,048 saying he's planning a holdup, now would I, Mr. Boyle? 135 00:09:47,119 --> 00:09:48,068 Yeah, but the book said that... 136 00:09:48,144 --> 00:09:50,031 I don't give a damn what the book said, the man's alive! 137 00:09:50,095 --> 00:09:53,870 Wait, wait, wait a minute, Jim Boy. Now, calm down. "Holdup," "posse"... 138 00:09:53,935 --> 00:09:55,790 We haven't used those words in... In years. 139 00:09:55,855 --> 00:09:58,157 Well, in case you've forgotten, Mayor, they mean trouble. 140 00:09:58,223 --> 00:10:01,420 Which is exactly what we're gonna have if we don't quit jawing and start moving. 141 00:10:01,488 --> 00:10:03,014 And we're gonna have even more trouble 142 00:10:03,087 --> 00:10:05,837 if we go off halfcocked and get this whole town up in arms. 143 00:10:05,903 --> 00:10:08,423 We're not going off halfcocked, the man is dangerous. 144 00:10:08,495 --> 00:10:10,699 Wait a minute, Jim, let's... Let's be sensible. 145 00:10:10,767 --> 00:10:13,451 If he was alive, this man would be 100 years old! 146 00:10:13,520 --> 00:10:14,697 He's no older than I am! 147 00:10:19,120 --> 00:10:22,665 I'll tell you what, Jim Boy, let's go over to your office 148 00:10:22,735 --> 00:10:25,190 and discuss this in a rational way, shall we? 149 00:10:36,079 --> 00:10:38,218 Jim Boy, this place needs air! 150 00:10:38,799 --> 00:10:40,141 Get a window open. 151 00:10:43,055 --> 00:10:46,317 - Scared the hell out of me. - Not as scared as you're gonna be. 152 00:10:48,624 --> 00:10:49,736 There's our man. 153 00:10:55,056 --> 00:10:58,668 Do something about those windows, will you, Jim Boy? You look peaked. 154 00:11:00,623 --> 00:11:01,572 Well! 155 00:11:02,320 --> 00:11:04,775 This is more like it. A man can work in here. 156 00:11:04,975 --> 00:11:08,390 Space. There's light. There's air. It's very nice, Howard. 157 00:11:09,008 --> 00:11:11,397 Yes, neatness indicates organization. 158 00:11:11,472 --> 00:11:13,839 Organization promotes productivity. I'm impressed, Howard. 159 00:11:13,904 --> 00:11:17,646 Well, I hope you'll be impressed when McKay hauls off $100,000 on Saturday. 160 00:11:17,711 --> 00:11:21,453 Now look, Jim, this poster is 20 years old if it's a day. 161 00:11:21,520 --> 00:11:23,975 - Now, it cannot be the same man. - Well, it is. 162 00:11:24,048 --> 00:11:25,641 I had a detailed description. 163 00:11:25,712 --> 00:11:27,500 A description? I thought you said you saw him. 164 00:11:27,567 --> 00:11:29,323 I said he was seen in the territory. 165 00:11:29,391 --> 00:11:31,366 Then you actually did not see him? 166 00:11:31,440 --> 00:11:33,163 - No. - Well, who did? 167 00:11:33,808 --> 00:11:35,946 - A fellow named Grundy. - Grundy? 168 00:11:37,263 --> 00:11:41,093 Jim! That crazy, whiskey-guzzling old sot in the hills? 169 00:11:41,167 --> 00:11:44,037 - He is not crazy. - You can't be serious, Jim Boy. 170 00:11:44,112 --> 00:11:46,152 You mean you'd turn this town upside-down 171 00:11:46,224 --> 00:11:50,118 and create a panic over some wild bandits or some bank robbers 172 00:11:50,191 --> 00:11:52,460 on the word of a lunatic hiding up in the hills? 173 00:11:52,527 --> 00:11:55,145 He's not a lunatic, and he's not hiding in the hills! 174 00:11:55,216 --> 00:11:58,183 - He just don't take to city life. - No, we can't risk it, Jim. 175 00:11:58,256 --> 00:11:59,750 Not with an election coming up. 176 00:11:59,824 --> 00:12:02,344 Now, if you told me that you had seen McKay with your own eyes, 177 00:12:02,416 --> 00:12:04,074 I would consider a plan of action. 178 00:12:04,143 --> 00:12:06,118 But this is just... This is just hearsay. 179 00:12:06,192 --> 00:12:07,686 You can't run a town on hearsay. 180 00:12:07,760 --> 00:12:11,437 We'd be the laughingstock of the state if this turned out to be a wild goose chase. 181 00:12:11,504 --> 00:12:12,878 Jim, go home. 182 00:12:13,328 --> 00:12:16,263 Forget about posses and holdups and the like. 183 00:12:17,231 --> 00:12:19,882 - Time marches on. - Well, I'm still marshal of this town. 184 00:12:19,951 --> 00:12:22,733 And as long as I am, I aim to do my job the best way I can. 185 00:12:22,799 --> 00:12:24,076 I'm forming a posse. 186 00:12:24,143 --> 00:12:26,216 I'd like your cooperation, but if needs be... 187 00:12:26,287 --> 00:12:28,938 Jim Boy. Jim, wait a minute. 188 00:12:29,007 --> 00:12:30,600 Now, Saturday is two days away. 189 00:12:30,671 --> 00:12:34,665 Now, all I'm asking for is a couple of hours to analyze the situation. 190 00:12:34,736 --> 00:12:36,743 Now, that's fair enough, isn't it? 191 00:12:37,008 --> 00:12:39,593 - Well... - You're a reasonable man, Jim Boy. 192 00:12:41,135 --> 00:12:42,542 Howard, I'd like... 193 00:12:44,048 --> 00:12:44,996 Howard. 194 00:12:47,183 --> 00:12:48,393 I want you to walk me to the office. 195 00:12:48,463 --> 00:12:50,885 I have something I want to discuss with you. 196 00:13:39,760 --> 00:13:41,418 James Flagg. 197 00:13:47,760 --> 00:13:50,477 You are late for supper! You know what time we sit down. 198 00:13:50,543 --> 00:13:52,234 I mean, I don't run a restaurant here. 199 00:13:52,304 --> 00:13:53,678 I haven't got time to eat anyway, Mary. 200 00:13:53,743 --> 00:13:55,336 - Hi, Jim. - Hello, Billy. 201 00:13:55,407 --> 00:13:57,415 Marshal Flagg, Billy, you know that. 202 00:13:57,487 --> 00:14:00,455 Boy, you should've seen all the ruckus in town today. 203 00:14:00,559 --> 00:14:02,828 A whole bunch of ladies were piled aboard the train 204 00:14:02,896 --> 00:14:04,805 and the mayor was there and everything. 205 00:14:04,880 --> 00:14:06,952 - Yeah, I saw it. - Where are they going? 206 00:14:07,023 --> 00:14:08,649 - Who? - The ladies. 207 00:14:09,743 --> 00:14:12,132 - Another town, I guess. - Why? 208 00:14:12,208 --> 00:14:13,156 Billy! 209 00:14:13,872 --> 00:14:16,555 - Ma! - And don't call me "Ma." 210 00:14:16,623 --> 00:14:17,965 Did they wanna go? 211 00:14:18,031 --> 00:14:20,486 I don't suppose it occurred to anybody to ask them, Billy. 212 00:14:20,559 --> 00:14:21,933 They weren't bad, were they? 213 00:14:22,000 --> 00:14:25,131 I mean, if they'd been bad, you'd have run them out of town, wouldn't you? 214 00:14:25,200 --> 00:14:27,917 Yeah, Billy. If they'd been bad, I'd have run them out. 215 00:14:27,983 --> 00:14:30,187 Then if they weren't bad and they didn't wanna go, 216 00:14:30,256 --> 00:14:31,630 how come they went? 217 00:14:31,696 --> 00:14:32,644 Well... 218 00:14:33,680 --> 00:14:34,924 Billy, someday you'll learn 219 00:14:34,992 --> 00:14:37,807 that people don't always agree on what's good and what's bad. 220 00:14:37,872 --> 00:14:39,246 Now, about those ladies, 221 00:14:39,311 --> 00:14:41,995 they were just practicing the oldest profession on earth. 222 00:14:42,064 --> 00:14:44,846 I thought being marshal was the oldest profession. 223 00:14:44,911 --> 00:14:47,945 - No, that's just second oldest. - Well, then what's first? 224 00:14:50,352 --> 00:14:53,221 You got yourself into this, you get yourself out. 225 00:14:55,471 --> 00:14:59,213 Well, Billy, you see, the... The Lord made men and he made women. 226 00:14:59,279 --> 00:15:02,279 And he... Well, he didn't make them quite the same. 227 00:15:02,351 --> 00:15:03,660 Gee, I know that. 228 00:15:03,727 --> 00:15:06,248 - But why'd... - Billy, that's enough questions. 229 00:15:06,320 --> 00:15:08,840 Now, why don't you just run along? 230 00:15:08,911 --> 00:15:10,918 Grownups don't tell kids nothing. 231 00:15:15,983 --> 00:15:18,634 - Ma! Howard Boyle's here. - Billy. 232 00:15:18,704 --> 00:15:20,111 Come on in, Howard. 233 00:15:20,304 --> 00:15:21,547 - Evening, Mary. - Evening. 234 00:15:21,616 --> 00:15:22,925 - Marshal. - Howard. 235 00:15:23,504 --> 00:15:25,675 The mayor wants to talk to you, Jim. 236 00:15:25,743 --> 00:15:27,020 - Already? - Yeah. 237 00:15:27,088 --> 00:15:28,910 He decided to cooperate, huh? 238 00:15:29,968 --> 00:15:31,691 I think you ought to come down and see him yourself. 239 00:15:32,400 --> 00:15:34,953 - You tell His Honor I'm on my way. - Okay. 240 00:15:36,176 --> 00:15:38,958 And, Howard, start rounding up a posse. 241 00:15:39,023 --> 00:15:41,543 - I'd like to be on the flats by sunup. - Right. 242 00:15:44,047 --> 00:15:45,160 What's this about a posse? 243 00:15:45,232 --> 00:15:47,720 Nothing to worry about, Mary. Not now, anyway. 244 00:15:48,496 --> 00:15:49,444 Jim. 245 00:15:52,015 --> 00:15:54,219 - Be careful, will you? - I'll be back. 246 00:15:54,607 --> 00:15:56,680 Maybe then I'll take you to dinner. 247 00:16:20,015 --> 00:16:22,350 Jim! Jim Boy, come on! 248 00:16:25,615 --> 00:16:26,564 Come on! 249 00:16:29,199 --> 00:16:31,054 Come on, Jim, this is for you. 250 00:16:32,016 --> 00:16:34,285 Come on, this is it for you, Jim Boy. 251 00:16:35,184 --> 00:16:38,315 Folks, this is a great day for our town. 252 00:16:38,384 --> 00:16:40,271 Today we're gonna pay our respects to a man 253 00:16:40,336 --> 00:16:42,245 who has devoted 20 years of his life 254 00:16:42,320 --> 00:16:45,003 to make this a safe and decent place to live in. 255 00:16:46,608 --> 00:16:50,285 You know, when Marshal James Flagg came to our fair city, 256 00:16:50,352 --> 00:16:53,897 it was untamed, lawless, frontier town. 257 00:16:54,415 --> 00:16:57,764 But with honesty, resolution and dedication, 258 00:16:57,840 --> 00:16:59,695 regardless of personal danger, 259 00:16:59,823 --> 00:17:01,678 James Flagg has tamed this town 260 00:17:01,743 --> 00:17:04,710 and made it the prospering community we all enjoy today! 261 00:17:07,376 --> 00:17:08,902 And so it's come time for us 262 00:17:08,975 --> 00:17:11,594 to pay the debt we all owe to this courageous man 263 00:17:11,664 --> 00:17:15,493 and to show our appreciation for a job well done. 264 00:17:16,336 --> 00:17:18,605 Jim Boy, in appreciation 265 00:17:19,408 --> 00:17:21,579 for long and outstanding service, 266 00:17:23,088 --> 00:17:25,128 we present you with this gift. 267 00:17:30,224 --> 00:17:32,166 Well, open it, Jim Boy, open it. 268 00:17:37,744 --> 00:17:39,784 Read the card, Jim, read the card. 269 00:17:42,511 --> 00:17:47,268 "To James Flagg, Marshal emeritus." 270 00:17:47,344 --> 00:17:49,645 Yes, that's the sentiment we're gonna inscribe on it later. 271 00:17:49,712 --> 00:17:51,272 I didn't have time today. 272 00:17:51,344 --> 00:17:55,784 And, folks, with the watch goes a full pension for life! 273 00:17:58,287 --> 00:18:01,419 Carefree days of whittling and fishing. 274 00:18:04,080 --> 00:18:09,033 And each year henceforth, this day shall be known as Flagg Day! 275 00:18:13,872 --> 00:18:16,108 Now we all know that it's gonna be mighty difficult 276 00:18:16,175 --> 00:18:17,386 to fill Marshal Flagg's boots, 277 00:18:17,456 --> 00:18:21,384 but there is a man among us who's gonna give it a first-rate try. 278 00:18:22,320 --> 00:18:25,582 Howard Boyle has youth! He has integrity. 279 00:18:25,648 --> 00:18:28,681 He's bold, ambitious and he's honest. 280 00:18:28,751 --> 00:18:32,166 And he will give us the kind of law enforcement that we all need. 281 00:18:32,912 --> 00:18:34,537 I give you Howard Boyle. 282 00:18:48,719 --> 00:18:51,207 "It's a... It's a great honor to..." 283 00:18:51,279 --> 00:18:52,523 Louder, louder. 284 00:18:53,232 --> 00:18:54,573 "It's a great honor 285 00:18:55,568 --> 00:18:58,699 "to be chosen marshal of this fine city. 286 00:18:58,767 --> 00:19:01,418 "I shall endeavor to carry out the duties 287 00:19:01,487 --> 00:19:04,586 "and responsibilities of my new office 288 00:19:04,656 --> 00:19:08,911 "in the fine tradition of my predecessor. 289 00:19:09,871 --> 00:19:10,853 "With the..." 290 00:19:10,928 --> 00:19:12,684 - Aid. - "...aid and support 291 00:19:13,679 --> 00:19:17,673 "of our great mayor and all of you, 292 00:19:17,744 --> 00:19:20,940 "I feel confident of the continued growth 293 00:19:21,776 --> 00:19:24,525 "and prosperity of our great city." 294 00:19:25,839 --> 00:19:26,854 Thank you. 295 00:19:27,440 --> 00:19:28,934 Howard, thank you. 296 00:19:29,487 --> 00:19:31,462 And now, by way of celebrating, 297 00:19:31,567 --> 00:19:36,074 the town treasury, with a little persuading from me, 298 00:19:36,143 --> 00:19:38,532 has decided to foot the bill at Polly's. 299 00:19:38,831 --> 00:19:40,325 Drinks on the house. 300 00:20:37,551 --> 00:20:41,130 A lawman's lost when he has no star 301 00:20:42,031 --> 00:20:45,380 And when you're licked people know you are 302 00:20:46,127 --> 00:20:50,634 They give him a watch and with that gem 303 00:20:50,704 --> 00:20:53,802 In a minute flat he's just a bust 304 00:20:53,871 --> 00:20:58,661 'Cause he's just like one of them 305 00:21:01,264 --> 00:21:05,006 It's tough to hear that you're all washed up 306 00:21:05,583 --> 00:21:09,293 But he drinks the dregs of that bitter cup 307 00:21:09,968 --> 00:21:14,824 He says, "You fool, keep cool, keep cool" 308 00:21:14,896 --> 00:21:20,046 Then a door that's monogrammed with his name is fiercely slammed 309 00:21:20,112 --> 00:21:21,639 And then he thinks 310 00:21:21,711 --> 00:21:26,251 "Well, I'll be damned" 311 00:21:27,727 --> 00:21:30,183 Marshal Flagg 312 00:21:30,256 --> 00:21:32,841 Marshal Flagg 313 00:21:32,911 --> 00:21:38,148 Beneath his shirt his shoulders sag 314 00:21:39,312 --> 00:21:44,200 Where to go, he doesn't know 315 00:21:44,272 --> 00:21:48,647 No future for Marshal Flagg 316 00:21:49,839 --> 00:21:56,397 No future for Marshal Flagg 317 00:22:49,744 --> 00:22:50,954 No, thank you. 318 00:22:52,080 --> 00:22:55,757 I still don't figure what you're gonna do. You can't take them all on. 319 00:22:58,128 --> 00:22:59,982 You aiming to get McKay first? 320 00:23:02,032 --> 00:23:04,203 Don't know why you're even bothering. 321 00:23:04,367 --> 00:23:07,684 Let McKay pull it off. Teach that rotten town a lesson. 322 00:23:07,759 --> 00:23:10,988 It's not the town's fault, Grundy. They thought they were honoring me. 323 00:23:11,056 --> 00:23:12,038 Honor! 324 00:23:12,111 --> 00:23:14,795 Hell, they don't even know the meaning of the word. 325 00:23:14,864 --> 00:23:18,476 Why, probably not more than a dozen even recollect 326 00:23:18,544 --> 00:23:22,734 what a hellhole that place was before you pinned on your badge. 327 00:23:23,119 --> 00:23:26,665 Well, it's too late to do anything about it now. It's done. 328 00:23:27,919 --> 00:23:29,643 I got McKay to think about. 329 00:23:30,383 --> 00:23:32,293 - I'll get my gun. - Oh no, you're not coming. 330 00:23:32,367 --> 00:23:34,669 - Why not? - It's not your job. 331 00:23:34,735 --> 00:23:37,223 Well, it ain't yours no more either, damn it! 332 00:23:37,296 --> 00:23:40,427 - They fired you! - Thanks for the hospitality, Grundy. 333 00:23:40,495 --> 00:23:43,365 You got a nice warm place in there. You ought to try it sometime. 334 00:23:47,119 --> 00:23:50,021 You go getting killed, don't come running back here. 335 00:23:50,799 --> 00:23:51,846 Damn fool. 336 00:23:53,168 --> 00:23:54,280 Damn fool! 337 00:24:24,207 --> 00:24:25,156 Beats me. 338 00:24:26,063 --> 00:24:28,649 - It's open. - When the hell are we gonna move? 339 00:24:28,976 --> 00:24:30,918 - Cards. - Two. 340 00:24:30,992 --> 00:24:32,617 Waco knows what he's doing. 341 00:24:32,687 --> 00:24:35,753 - Found out about the shipment, didn't he? - Besides, today's Friday. 342 00:24:35,823 --> 00:24:37,994 The money don't come in till tomorrow, so what's the hurry? 343 00:24:38,064 --> 00:24:40,300 The hurry is I get jumpy just sitting around. 344 00:24:40,367 --> 00:24:41,349 Jumpy? 345 00:24:41,423 --> 00:24:43,562 What the hell's to get jumpy about this job? 346 00:24:43,632 --> 00:24:45,933 Town full of hicks, it'll be a pushover. 347 00:24:46,031 --> 00:24:47,558 Yeah, if there ain't any Pinkerton men. 348 00:24:47,632 --> 00:24:50,501 For that kind of money, a man's gotta figure on some risk. 349 00:24:50,575 --> 00:24:54,666 Risks or no risk, it sure beats the hell out of busting your back for $3 a day. 350 00:24:55,952 --> 00:24:57,959 - Cards. - Two. 351 00:25:00,976 --> 00:25:01,924 Three. 352 00:25:11,183 --> 00:25:12,393 It's your bet. 353 00:25:14,127 --> 00:25:15,142 By me. 354 00:25:17,424 --> 00:25:18,406 Your bet. 355 00:25:25,199 --> 00:25:28,974 I swear one day I'm gonna stuff my boot right down that old man's mouth. 356 00:25:29,616 --> 00:25:31,754 I don't know why we drug him along in the first place. 357 00:25:31,824 --> 00:25:33,067 He's supposed to know this country. 358 00:25:33,136 --> 00:25:36,397 He had a... Had a gang once that operated in these parts. 359 00:25:36,463 --> 00:25:39,529 Hard to imagine, ain't it? Him leading a gang. 360 00:25:39,856 --> 00:25:40,586 Call. 361 00:25:42,384 --> 00:25:43,845 That and that better. 362 00:25:54,768 --> 00:25:55,716 Up. 363 00:25:59,087 --> 00:26:00,200 Turn around. 364 00:26:07,152 --> 00:26:09,541 - You know him? - Yeah, I know him. 365 00:26:09,616 --> 00:26:13,478 Name is Flagg. James Flagg. US Marshal. 366 00:26:13,551 --> 00:26:15,242 Marshal? That old man? 367 00:26:24,080 --> 00:26:25,028 Flagg? 368 00:26:26,223 --> 00:26:27,336 McKay? 369 00:26:35,440 --> 00:26:36,749 Get them saddled. 370 00:26:40,687 --> 00:26:42,214 You spook them horses? 371 00:26:43,599 --> 00:26:46,469 - I asked you a question, mister. - He spooked them. 372 00:26:47,151 --> 00:26:48,646 Sneaked up on McKay, I hit him. 373 00:26:49,232 --> 00:26:52,461 - What do you want this old buzzard for? - He says he's a marshal. 374 00:26:53,903 --> 00:26:57,678 - He sure don't look like no marshal to me. - This is James Flagg. 375 00:26:57,743 --> 00:26:59,685 Now who the hell is James Flagg? 376 00:27:03,727 --> 00:27:05,767 Who the hell is James Flagg? 377 00:27:05,839 --> 00:27:08,774 He's the toughest marshal this side of the Mississippi. 378 00:27:09,392 --> 00:27:10,340 Oh, yeah? 379 00:27:11,503 --> 00:27:14,700 - What town you toughest marshal of? - Purgatory. 380 00:27:15,056 --> 00:27:17,805 He's the marshal of Purgatory down along the Forks River. 381 00:27:17,871 --> 00:27:19,977 You're a little outside of your territory, ain't you? 382 00:27:20,047 --> 00:27:22,414 Purgatory's more than 100 miles from here. 383 00:27:23,727 --> 00:27:26,575 You sure this isn't another one of your wild stories? 384 00:27:27,407 --> 00:27:29,741 If you're a marshal, let's see your badge. I don't see no badge. 385 00:27:30,672 --> 00:27:31,719 I lost it. 386 00:27:36,047 --> 00:27:38,633 Well, the famous marshal lost his badge. 387 00:27:40,464 --> 00:27:42,984 He's a marshal like you're Calamity Jane. 388 00:27:43,823 --> 00:27:46,693 Mount them up, Deuce. We're heading for Progress. 389 00:27:48,720 --> 00:27:50,542 What are we gonna do with him? 390 00:27:51,407 --> 00:27:52,454 Shoot him. 391 00:27:53,360 --> 00:27:55,498 Can't go cold-blooded killing a man like that. 392 00:27:55,567 --> 00:27:59,080 Well, then stay here and hold his hand. Pick you up Saturday. 393 00:27:59,503 --> 00:28:01,543 Better anyhow. That way you'll be out of my hair. 394 00:28:01,615 --> 00:28:02,630 Now wait a minute, Waco! 395 00:28:02,704 --> 00:28:04,908 Now, listen, McKay, you're here on a free ride and you know it. 396 00:28:04,976 --> 00:28:06,732 You're hanging on by your teeth. 397 00:28:06,800 --> 00:28:09,734 Now, you want to come, you put a bullet in your marshal friend, here. 398 00:28:09,807 --> 00:28:12,076 If not, you stay here and hold his hand. 399 00:28:12,144 --> 00:28:14,151 Either way, it don't matter to me. 400 00:28:31,535 --> 00:28:34,350 If I hadn't seen it with my own eyes, I never would've believed it. 401 00:28:34,415 --> 00:28:37,677 Now, don't you get any fool notions. This is still my gang. 402 00:28:38,095 --> 00:28:40,429 - Waco works for me. - Oh, yeah, sure. 403 00:28:43,759 --> 00:28:48,232 I never figured I'd see the day that John McKay was rawhided by a green kid. 404 00:28:48,303 --> 00:28:50,824 Rawhided? Look who's been rawhided! 405 00:28:50,896 --> 00:28:52,619 You walk in here, broad as daylight, 406 00:28:52,688 --> 00:28:54,793 you take three steps and you get your scalp parted. 407 00:28:54,863 --> 00:28:58,343 You put that cannon away, and I'll show you whose scalp gets parted. 408 00:28:58,415 --> 00:29:00,782 Oh, no. I leave fool stunts like that to marshals. 409 00:29:00,847 --> 00:29:03,881 - Why, you flabby... - Don't give me an excuse to use this. 410 00:29:06,672 --> 00:29:09,355 All these years and you still get riled up just thinking about it. 411 00:29:09,423 --> 00:29:12,107 I get riled up when I think about a man breaking his word. 412 00:29:12,176 --> 00:29:13,637 - Never gave you my word. - The hell you didn't! 413 00:29:13,711 --> 00:29:15,053 Oh, the hell I did! 414 00:29:15,120 --> 00:29:16,909 You told me that you wouldn't pull anything 415 00:29:16,976 --> 00:29:19,343 and the minute I turned around you damn near knocked my head off! 416 00:29:19,408 --> 00:29:20,585 What'd you expect me to do? 417 00:29:20,656 --> 00:29:22,346 Let you take me in and spend 20 years in jail? 418 00:29:22,415 --> 00:29:24,008 I expected you to keep your word. 419 00:29:24,079 --> 00:29:26,501 I promised. I never gave you my word. 420 00:29:26,576 --> 00:29:28,364 Well, what the hell is the difference? 421 00:29:28,431 --> 00:29:31,465 One's a promise, the other's my word! That's the difference. 422 00:29:31,536 --> 00:29:32,484 Oh, no. 423 00:29:33,136 --> 00:29:37,194 Sun never set on the day that Big John broke his word to a friend or an enemy. 424 00:29:40,368 --> 00:29:43,368 What was that business about me being Marshal of Purgatory? 425 00:29:43,439 --> 00:29:45,479 Waco would've shot you right on the spot 426 00:29:45,551 --> 00:29:47,112 if he knew you were the Marshal of Progress. 427 00:29:47,184 --> 00:29:49,006 - What's that to you? - Nothing. 428 00:29:49,264 --> 00:29:51,565 I just don't go for unnecessary killing. 429 00:29:55,280 --> 00:29:59,077 I still can't get over it. All these years and you're still hunting me. 430 00:30:00,367 --> 00:30:02,473 I was hunting jackrabbits, not you. 431 00:30:03,056 --> 00:30:05,325 Matter of fact, I forgot about you years ago. 432 00:30:05,392 --> 00:30:07,531 I heard you got killed down along the Red River. 433 00:30:07,600 --> 00:30:08,614 Red River. 434 00:30:10,288 --> 00:30:13,037 That job would've made the James gang look like city boys. 435 00:30:13,104 --> 00:30:16,748 Three express cars! More gold than in a dozen banks. 436 00:30:16,816 --> 00:30:19,336 - And more Pinkerton men, too. - Still don't know how I made it. 437 00:30:19,407 --> 00:30:21,415 I did get two slugs. Right there. 438 00:30:22,991 --> 00:30:26,636 Guess the bullet with Big John's name on it just ain't been fired yet. 439 00:30:29,871 --> 00:30:32,490 You damned idiot! I'd have hit him! 440 00:30:56,079 --> 00:30:57,606 Get him. Come on, boy. 441 00:31:55,151 --> 00:31:56,199 Damn fool. 442 00:32:35,567 --> 00:32:38,055 Carmel, you grow more beautiful every year. 443 00:32:38,128 --> 00:32:39,175 Thank you. 444 00:32:39,792 --> 00:32:40,740 To you. 445 00:32:42,383 --> 00:32:45,001 I do feel wicked imbibing before sundown. 446 00:32:45,839 --> 00:32:46,788 Well... 447 00:32:49,071 --> 00:32:50,086 Voil´┐Ż! 448 00:32:52,399 --> 00:32:53,348 Sundown. 449 00:32:54,704 --> 00:32:55,980 Oh, Mayor Wilker. 450 00:32:56,976 --> 00:32:59,245 You know, Mayor Wilker is so... So formal. 451 00:32:59,311 --> 00:33:01,700 My... My Christian name is Randolph. 452 00:33:02,159 --> 00:33:04,331 - Randolph? - Yes, but to you it's Randy. 453 00:33:05,647 --> 00:33:07,403 - Now, Randolph... - No, Randy. 454 00:33:07,855 --> 00:33:10,855 Randy, we must remember I'm a Mrs. 455 00:33:11,632 --> 00:33:14,250 I, my dear, am a mister. 456 00:33:15,760 --> 00:33:18,629 - Please! If my husband knew, why... - Never fear. 457 00:33:19,727 --> 00:33:23,622 Your husband is aware only of engines, valves, gasoline. 458 00:33:24,079 --> 00:33:25,640 - It's true, I'm afraid. - Yes. 459 00:33:25,712 --> 00:33:27,686 Every weekend he's out and about in his automobile, 460 00:33:27,759 --> 00:33:30,148 while you, in the bloom of your youth and beauty, are left alone, 461 00:33:30,224 --> 00:33:32,460 unattended, like an unplucked rose! 462 00:33:33,136 --> 00:33:34,924 - Yes. - Wasting away. 463 00:33:35,312 --> 00:33:38,214 - Yes. Yes! - A victim of internal combustion. 464 00:33:38,287 --> 00:33:41,222 That's why we belong together, Carmel, dear. 465 00:33:41,296 --> 00:33:45,519 You, a Ionely woman. I, a Ionely public servant. 466 00:33:45,584 --> 00:33:49,413 Both of us love-starved victims on the altar of progress. 467 00:33:49,776 --> 00:33:51,020 Are you Ionely? 468 00:33:51,759 --> 00:33:52,741 Lonely? 469 00:33:55,440 --> 00:33:56,552 Carmel, dear. 470 00:33:58,576 --> 00:34:00,103 When I sit at my desk, 471 00:34:00,432 --> 00:34:02,821 pondering the awesome responsibilities of my office, 472 00:34:02,896 --> 00:34:05,317 I'm probably the Ioneliest man in the world. 473 00:34:07,279 --> 00:34:09,101 - You poor man. - Yes. 474 00:34:09,647 --> 00:34:13,706 So your mayor needs assistance, devotion, 475 00:34:14,511 --> 00:34:17,162 and patriotic support. You are patriotic, aren't you? 476 00:34:17,231 --> 00:34:19,336 I'm a member of the DGW. 477 00:34:22,735 --> 00:34:23,684 The what? 478 00:34:24,016 --> 00:34:27,627 Daughters of George Washington. We're more patriotic than anybody. 479 00:34:28,176 --> 00:34:31,885 Well, that's what I'm gonna appeal to, your patriotism. 480 00:34:36,144 --> 00:34:37,092 There. 481 00:34:37,743 --> 00:34:38,758 There. 482 00:34:40,208 --> 00:34:43,852 You see, what I need... What I need 483 00:34:44,752 --> 00:34:46,857 is the warmth of my constituents. 484 00:34:48,176 --> 00:34:51,820 - Yes, the warmth. - Their affection. 485 00:34:51,887 --> 00:34:54,571 Yes, their affection. 486 00:34:55,023 --> 00:34:56,878 Their spiritual sustenance. 487 00:34:56,943 --> 00:35:00,042 Yes, their spiritual substance. 488 00:35:00,112 --> 00:35:03,211 Yes, my dear, substance. 489 00:35:19,023 --> 00:35:20,070 Mayor. 490 00:35:21,488 --> 00:35:22,862 Randolph. 491 00:35:26,511 --> 00:35:28,366 - Randy! - Mayor? 492 00:35:28,431 --> 00:35:29,806 Yes? Flagg! 493 00:35:31,376 --> 00:35:33,743 Well, it's nice to see you, Mrs. Flannahan. 494 00:35:33,808 --> 00:35:37,223 We'll discuss your suggestion at the next council meeting. 495 00:35:43,952 --> 00:35:45,162 Have you gone crazy? 496 00:35:45,232 --> 00:35:47,141 - Mayor, this is... - Don't you know what doors are for? 497 00:35:47,215 --> 00:35:48,808 - Mayor... - Don't you know how to knock? 498 00:35:48,879 --> 00:35:50,789 - But... - Are you totally out of your mind? 499 00:35:50,863 --> 00:35:51,911 Will you listen to me? 500 00:35:51,984 --> 00:35:53,871 It'll take a $10 bottle of perfume to smooth this over. 501 00:35:53,935 --> 00:35:56,805 - Mayor, this is Big John McKay. - I want to get to the Emporium. 502 00:35:56,879 --> 00:35:59,246 Didn't you hear me, Mayor? This is John McKay. 503 00:35:59,312 --> 00:36:01,548 - Fella I was telling you about. - Yes, yes. 504 00:36:01,615 --> 00:36:02,859 Of course, we'll discuss it later. 505 00:36:02,927 --> 00:36:06,539 - But his gang is in town right now. - Right you are, Jim Boy. 506 00:36:06,608 --> 00:36:10,383 But, Mayor, the bank! Tomorrow's train. The money! 507 00:36:10,448 --> 00:36:11,942 Look, Jim Boy, you're retired. 508 00:36:12,016 --> 00:36:13,838 Now you don't have to think about those things. 509 00:36:13,903 --> 00:36:16,238 Now, just go home, relax, go fishing. 510 00:36:16,527 --> 00:36:19,429 - Boyle can handle these things. - These men will eat Boyle alive! 511 00:36:19,503 --> 00:36:21,838 Come on now, Jim, don't exaggerate. 512 00:36:25,488 --> 00:36:27,692 Now, Jim Boy, you know my office is always open to you, 513 00:36:27,760 --> 00:36:30,061 but next time knock a little. You know what I mean? 514 00:36:30,127 --> 00:36:32,167 You scare the hell out of a man, barging in like that. 515 00:36:32,239 --> 00:36:34,279 And both of you, take a bath, you're a sight! 516 00:36:34,351 --> 00:36:37,548 Listen, Jim Boy, could you stop at the Emporium and... 517 00:36:37,616 --> 00:36:39,372 You buy your own damn perfume! 518 00:36:39,440 --> 00:36:42,025 Right you are, right you are, Jim Boy. 519 00:36:43,472 --> 00:36:47,050 Retired? Jim Boy! Jim Boy's been retired. 520 00:36:47,376 --> 00:36:49,710 What'd they do, throw you out for some fancy-pants young dandy? 521 00:36:49,775 --> 00:36:52,044 - Come on, move. - So that's it, ain't it? 522 00:36:52,591 --> 00:36:55,438 After all those years, they give you a gold watch 523 00:36:55,504 --> 00:36:58,537 and a pat on the back and a kick in the ass, didn't they? 524 00:37:00,175 --> 00:37:02,477 They say there's no honor among thieves. 525 00:37:02,543 --> 00:37:03,492 Look. 526 00:37:04,240 --> 00:37:06,509 What's happened makes no difference as far as you're concerned. 527 00:37:06,576 --> 00:37:09,293 You're my job, badge or no badge. Now mount up. 528 00:37:10,447 --> 00:37:13,415 Come tomorrow, I'm gonna take you over to the county seat 529 00:37:13,488 --> 00:37:15,276 and turn you over to the US Marshal. 530 00:37:15,343 --> 00:37:16,391 Where to now? 531 00:37:16,464 --> 00:37:18,733 You go back up on your mountain and try to stay out of trouble. 532 00:37:18,800 --> 00:37:21,833 - Yeah, but, Jim, you... - Will you do like I said, Grundy? 533 00:37:27,215 --> 00:37:28,328 Damn fool! 534 00:37:58,960 --> 00:38:02,407 Just like you said, Waco, train's due at 9:00 tomorrow morning. 535 00:38:03,087 --> 00:38:04,811 You seen that new bank yet? 536 00:38:05,007 --> 00:38:06,895 It's gonna take a ton of dynamite to blow it. 537 00:38:06,960 --> 00:38:08,651 That's why we ain't gonna try. 538 00:38:08,720 --> 00:38:11,981 - I thought you told me the plan was... - Plan's been changed. 539 00:38:12,304 --> 00:38:16,198 We'll make our move at the depot when they unload the money from the train. 540 00:38:17,264 --> 00:38:19,468 And we hit them from all sides at once. 541 00:38:20,592 --> 00:38:22,217 You two spread the word. 542 00:38:22,895 --> 00:38:25,164 We'll meet at the depot in the morning. 543 00:38:26,031 --> 00:38:29,195 Tell the boys to stay out of trouble tonight. 544 00:38:37,104 --> 00:38:38,052 Tuber. 545 00:39:06,768 --> 00:39:08,142 One schooner. Hi. 546 00:39:29,039 --> 00:39:31,309 That'd warm a man's bed on a cold night. 547 00:39:33,712 --> 00:39:36,079 This thing is over, I think I'll get me one just like her. 548 00:39:36,143 --> 00:39:37,125 Why wait? 549 00:39:41,807 --> 00:39:43,465 How about a drink, honey? 550 00:39:44,143 --> 00:39:46,282 I don't drink with customers. 551 00:39:53,487 --> 00:39:54,436 Deuce! 552 00:39:55,728 --> 00:39:57,800 Waco don't want no trouble tonight. 553 00:40:05,488 --> 00:40:06,600 Here we are. 554 00:40:08,687 --> 00:40:11,021 - Here, let me help. - Oh, that's all right. 555 00:40:13,903 --> 00:40:17,286 Well, I'm pleased to know there's one gentleman here, anyway. 556 00:40:19,024 --> 00:40:21,544 James, are those really necessary? 557 00:40:21,839 --> 00:40:24,807 - Yes, they are really necessary. - Thank you anyway, ma'am. 558 00:40:24,880 --> 00:40:26,123 It's all right. 559 00:40:27,183 --> 00:40:29,158 - That's delicious. - Really? 560 00:40:30,288 --> 00:40:32,971 - As good as Mrs. McKay's? - Mrs. McKay's? 561 00:40:33,520 --> 00:40:34,632 You really believe there's a woman 562 00:40:34,703 --> 00:40:36,678 fool enough to get hitched up with the likes of that one? 563 00:40:36,752 --> 00:40:39,850 James Flagg, I'll ask you to mind your manners. 564 00:40:39,919 --> 00:40:42,308 You may have your reasons for behaving like this, 565 00:40:42,383 --> 00:40:45,066 but as long as Mr. McKay is a guest in my home, 566 00:40:45,136 --> 00:40:47,045 I want him treated courteously. 567 00:40:47,439 --> 00:40:48,552 Courteously? 568 00:40:49,007 --> 00:40:51,014 - That thieving, low-down... - James! 569 00:40:51,695 --> 00:40:53,670 I'm sorry, Mr. McKay. 570 00:40:53,744 --> 00:40:57,453 It just seems that some folks have never really learned proper manners. 571 00:40:57,680 --> 00:41:01,455 Thank you, ma'am. But I've... I've learned to make allowances. 572 00:41:02,799 --> 00:41:06,028 Well if there's anything else you'd like, just call. 573 00:41:06,095 --> 00:41:09,129 - Good night, ma'am. And thank you again. - You're welcome. 574 00:41:13,263 --> 00:41:16,646 Jim Boy, the sugar. I'll take just a smidgen. 575 00:41:16,911 --> 00:41:19,300 - Jim Boy? - I'm a guest. 576 00:41:21,936 --> 00:41:23,146 Just a smidgen. 577 00:41:25,424 --> 00:41:26,471 Thank you. 578 00:41:27,536 --> 00:41:30,667 - Mrs. McKay. That'll be the day. - There was. 579 00:41:31,376 --> 00:41:34,125 - Was what? - A Mrs. McKay. 580 00:41:35,120 --> 00:41:37,967 I don't believe it. When could you've gotten married? 581 00:41:38,512 --> 00:41:41,861 After the Red River job. I was shot up pretty bad. 582 00:41:42,384 --> 00:41:44,456 So I went up to Canada for a spell. 583 00:41:46,480 --> 00:41:49,479 There was this woman... 584 00:41:50,928 --> 00:41:51,876 So? 585 00:41:54,480 --> 00:41:55,527 Forget it. 586 00:41:56,207 --> 00:41:57,320 Well, who was she? 587 00:41:59,888 --> 00:42:01,230 A Quaker gal. 588 00:42:03,504 --> 00:42:05,511 You have got to be the world's biggest liar. 589 00:42:08,304 --> 00:42:10,158 Are you telling this straight? 590 00:42:11,471 --> 00:42:13,479 A real fire and brimstone Quaker? 591 00:42:15,792 --> 00:42:16,937 Well, if you're not lying, 592 00:42:17,008 --> 00:42:19,757 how come you're not up there in Canada with your wife? 593 00:42:19,824 --> 00:42:20,903 She died. 594 00:42:21,648 --> 00:42:23,753 The fever. Two days, it was all over. 595 00:42:25,007 --> 00:42:26,087 Everything. 596 00:42:29,615 --> 00:42:30,859 Any young'uns? 597 00:42:31,983 --> 00:42:33,772 One. A boy. 598 00:42:34,607 --> 00:42:36,811 It's been five years since I seen him. 599 00:42:36,879 --> 00:42:39,367 - Who's taking care of him? - His ma's kin. 600 00:42:41,008 --> 00:42:44,717 Five years, that makes him almost 11. 601 00:42:46,991 --> 00:42:49,096 How about you, did you ever get hitched? 602 00:42:50,063 --> 00:42:51,012 Nope. 603 00:42:52,080 --> 00:42:53,127 Never did. 604 00:43:05,168 --> 00:43:08,397 - Billy, what are you doing up this late? - I heard you talking. 605 00:43:08,752 --> 00:43:10,475 It's you, Mr. McKay. 606 00:43:15,599 --> 00:43:17,836 Beats me how you'd even know who it is anymore. 607 00:43:17,903 --> 00:43:21,318 Gosh, Mr. McKay, I knew it was you the minute I saw you. 608 00:43:21,391 --> 00:43:23,017 Jim's told me all about you. 609 00:43:23,088 --> 00:43:26,633 Why, he says you're the most famous train robber in the whole world. 610 00:43:27,856 --> 00:43:29,798 Did you come to rob a train, Mr. McKay? 611 00:43:29,872 --> 00:43:31,660 Don't you think you'd better get back to bed, Billy? 612 00:43:31,728 --> 00:43:33,768 Jim, do I have to? 613 00:43:33,839 --> 00:43:36,971 Your ma catches you down here, she's gonna tan all our hides. Now get. 614 00:43:37,040 --> 00:43:38,152 Hey, Billy. 615 00:43:38,256 --> 00:43:41,605 I'd consider it a favor if you'd sell this poster to me. 616 00:43:41,967 --> 00:43:43,112 Oh, no, sir. 617 00:43:43,183 --> 00:43:47,406 Jim gave it to me for my scrapbook. I could never sell it, not for anything. 618 00:43:48,304 --> 00:43:49,481 I understand. 619 00:43:50,320 --> 00:43:51,465 But here. 620 00:44:12,912 --> 00:44:16,523 What ever happened to the rest of them, the ones that didn't go to Red River? 621 00:44:16,592 --> 00:44:18,861 They're gone. They're all gone. 622 00:44:19,792 --> 00:44:22,443 Smiley was hung, over Tulsa way a few years back. 623 00:44:22,864 --> 00:44:26,093 Jessup was killed by the Pinkertons on the Union Pacific. 624 00:44:26,192 --> 00:44:29,901 Blanchard was shot in a stud game over in Tombstone. 625 00:44:30,992 --> 00:44:33,358 Doc Samuels put a bullet in his own head. 626 00:44:33,936 --> 00:44:34,983 They're all gone. 627 00:44:35,056 --> 00:44:38,602 - What about your bunch? - The same. They're all dead. 628 00:44:39,376 --> 00:44:43,172 Owens. Blake. Kincaid. Haggarty. 629 00:44:44,496 --> 00:44:45,805 Even old Dawson. 630 00:44:46,127 --> 00:44:47,982 Marshal Abilene? 631 00:44:48,047 --> 00:44:50,731 Eyes got so bad he couldn't hit a six-foot fence. 632 00:44:50,960 --> 00:44:52,683 They still bushwhacked him. 633 00:44:54,063 --> 00:44:56,070 Shot him in the back, at night from an alley. 634 00:44:56,143 --> 00:45:00,366 Back-shooting, bushwhacking... That's all the young ones know nowadays. 635 00:45:00,431 --> 00:45:02,919 They got no pride, they got no honor. 636 00:45:06,351 --> 00:45:08,075 Just ain't no fun anymore. 637 00:45:12,944 --> 00:45:14,602 You got a privy out back? 638 00:45:15,343 --> 00:45:18,311 What do you mean, out back? The name of this town is Progress. 639 00:45:18,384 --> 00:45:19,594 We got one right here in the house. 640 00:45:21,103 --> 00:45:23,013 - In the house? - Yeah. 641 00:45:23,184 --> 00:45:24,558 Right there under the stairs. 642 00:45:46,544 --> 00:45:48,104 You gonna hold my hand? 643 00:46:11,952 --> 00:46:13,413 Well, I'll be damned! 644 00:46:46,960 --> 00:46:48,203 Grundy. 645 00:46:48,655 --> 00:46:52,038 Well now, time sure ain't been no enemy of yours. 646 00:46:52,112 --> 00:46:55,079 - You look fine, Polly. - Thanks. 647 00:46:55,920 --> 00:46:57,960 Now what brings you to town? 648 00:46:58,032 --> 00:47:01,348 Oh, I just figured I'd pay a visit, see how civilization's coming along. 649 00:47:01,424 --> 00:47:02,951 Ain't too encouraging. 650 00:47:03,151 --> 00:47:06,151 Ralph, a glass of our worst for my friend. 651 00:47:09,935 --> 00:47:11,146 You tired, boy? 652 00:47:18,032 --> 00:47:20,333 Store-bought whiskey! Ain't got no kick. 653 00:47:20,399 --> 00:47:23,301 She ain't too good to drink with an old mule skinner. 654 00:47:23,631 --> 00:47:26,020 Guess whatever women want, you ain't got. 655 00:47:26,832 --> 00:47:27,780 Yeah? 656 00:47:29,327 --> 00:47:30,505 Watch. 657 00:47:32,432 --> 00:47:35,399 Hey, I thought you didn't drink with the customers. 658 00:47:35,472 --> 00:47:36,486 That's right. 659 00:47:36,559 --> 00:47:38,217 Well, what do you call this old rummy? 660 00:47:38,287 --> 00:47:40,654 - Rummy? - He's a friend. 661 00:47:41,263 --> 00:47:44,231 Well, that's all I wanna be, honey. Just a friend. 662 00:47:44,304 --> 00:47:45,765 Why, you... 663 00:47:54,607 --> 00:47:56,942 You just made a bad mistake, old man. 664 00:48:00,303 --> 00:48:04,427 Don't. Drop it! Drop it! 665 00:48:07,152 --> 00:48:08,493 You're a pushy one, ain't you? 666 00:48:10,927 --> 00:48:14,223 Well, you're still young, maybe you'll learn. 667 00:48:16,592 --> 00:48:18,348 Thanks for the drink, Polly. 668 00:48:38,543 --> 00:48:39,525 Old man! 669 00:48:44,752 --> 00:48:45,930 Grundy! 670 00:48:47,984 --> 00:48:50,286 Oh, Grundy. 671 00:48:52,239 --> 00:48:55,501 Well, somebody get a doctor, hurry! 672 00:48:55,920 --> 00:48:59,400 Polly, get me to Flagg. 673 00:49:02,095 --> 00:49:03,557 It was a fair fight. 674 00:49:04,719 --> 00:49:05,832 Fair fight? 675 00:49:06,576 --> 00:49:08,398 He didn't have a chance. 676 00:49:11,503 --> 00:49:14,187 Now it's your turn, mister! 677 00:49:14,639 --> 00:49:16,462 - Polly, put the gun down. - No! 678 00:49:18,736 --> 00:49:20,142 I'll take that gun. 679 00:49:22,415 --> 00:49:23,593 Come get it. 680 00:49:30,191 --> 00:49:31,336 Thanks. 681 00:49:32,080 --> 00:49:35,789 Anytime, Marshal. I believe in law and order. 682 00:49:41,007 --> 00:49:43,276 Come on, I'll help you get him to the jail. 683 00:49:55,792 --> 00:49:57,253 There was a razor. 684 00:50:13,262 --> 00:50:14,887 Oh, the hell with them. 685 00:50:15,438 --> 00:50:17,325 Jim! Grundy! 686 00:50:25,966 --> 00:50:27,592 Grundy, for the love of... 687 00:50:27,662 --> 00:50:29,091 They're all over town. 688 00:50:29,166 --> 00:50:31,053 I thought I told you to stay out of trouble. 689 00:50:31,118 --> 00:50:34,085 I could have took him, Jim, if he'd fought fair. 690 00:50:34,766 --> 00:50:36,293 I could have took him. 691 00:50:37,390 --> 00:50:38,732 Jim, I... 692 00:51:09,422 --> 00:51:11,048 Jim, you're out-gunned. 693 00:51:11,918 --> 00:51:13,958 There's nothing you can do about it, short of taking on a dozen men 694 00:51:14,029 --> 00:51:16,396 and getting yourself blasted all the way to hell. 695 00:51:16,462 --> 00:51:18,120 You got any bright ideas? 696 00:51:20,302 --> 00:51:22,789 Going fishing sure does take the miseries out of a man. 697 00:51:56,238 --> 00:51:58,627 Gonna have to fix that, one of these days. 698 00:52:01,230 --> 00:52:03,913 Once every fall for 10 years you've said that. 699 00:52:04,430 --> 00:52:05,859 Yeah, I guess. 700 00:52:11,758 --> 00:52:13,002 It's cold. 701 00:52:15,502 --> 00:52:18,252 - Let's go on inside, huh? - I'll be along. 702 00:52:18,670 --> 00:52:20,525 You'll just catch your death standing out here. 703 00:52:20,590 --> 00:52:22,019 I'll be along, Mary. 704 00:52:28,750 --> 00:52:33,006 Jim, I know what's going through your mind. 705 00:52:35,342 --> 00:52:39,270 But please, don't do anything foolish. 706 00:52:40,526 --> 00:52:42,217 He was my friend, Mary. 707 00:52:42,286 --> 00:52:45,581 - He died doing my job. - I know. 708 00:52:46,702 --> 00:52:50,313 But there are too many of them. 709 00:52:52,622 --> 00:52:54,727 You'll just get yourself killed, too. 710 00:52:55,950 --> 00:52:58,022 Maybe it should have happened a long time ago. 711 00:52:58,094 --> 00:53:02,796 Men like me and McKay in there, we've outlived our usefulness. 712 00:53:04,526 --> 00:53:08,552 Why, that is just nonsense. 713 00:53:10,158 --> 00:53:12,875 Why, you're as needed now as you ever were. 714 00:53:13,998 --> 00:53:17,380 Yeah, that's why the town gave me that nice, shiny new watch yesterday. 715 00:53:17,454 --> 00:53:21,862 Oh, I'm not just talking about the town. You're needed here. 716 00:53:27,630 --> 00:53:32,452 I mean, Billy needs you. 717 00:53:33,070 --> 00:53:35,339 You're the only father he's ever known. 718 00:53:36,046 --> 00:53:41,709 And I need you, too. 719 00:54:03,406 --> 00:54:04,835 - Randy? - Yeah. 720 00:54:07,534 --> 00:54:11,724 You're not gonna desert me, are you? Not after last night. 721 00:54:16,846 --> 00:54:19,431 My dear, sweet Carmel, 722 00:54:20,078 --> 00:54:23,307 you know, nothing on Earth could provide me with more pleasure 723 00:54:23,374 --> 00:54:25,097 than spending the entire day with you. 724 00:54:25,166 --> 00:54:30,665 Lolling idly, partaking of your bountiful fruits. 725 00:54:32,046 --> 00:54:33,475 But consider this. 726 00:54:34,030 --> 00:54:36,583 Would our love be as magnificent if it flourished 727 00:54:36,654 --> 00:54:38,825 at the expense of Progress' progress? 728 00:54:40,334 --> 00:54:42,090 Could any man ask for more than you? 729 00:54:42,158 --> 00:54:45,125 My sweet, I think not. 730 00:54:46,606 --> 00:54:47,882 You're so handsome. 731 00:54:49,230 --> 00:54:51,947 I wanna tell the whole wide world how wonderful you are. 732 00:54:52,014 --> 00:54:53,355 Oh, no! 733 00:54:53,422 --> 00:54:56,291 I mean, don't think I don't appreciate your gesture, my flower, 734 00:54:56,366 --> 00:54:59,682 but I don't need anyone to blow my trumpet for me. 735 00:55:02,222 --> 00:55:04,327 Besides, I think it would prove prudent 736 00:55:04,398 --> 00:55:06,983 if our mutual respect remains a private affair. 737 00:55:07,118 --> 00:55:08,808 Oh, by the way. 738 00:55:09,070 --> 00:55:11,110 Your husband, what time was he expected to return? 739 00:55:40,301 --> 00:55:43,531 Mayor! Mayor! Hey, Mayor! 740 00:55:43,598 --> 00:55:46,500 - We wanna see the killer. - Yeah, can we go to the jail and see him? 741 00:55:46,574 --> 00:55:49,061 Wait a minute. What... What's all this killer talk? 742 00:55:49,134 --> 00:55:50,443 We don't have any killer in jail. 743 00:55:50,509 --> 00:55:52,452 The heck there ain't! You know he's there. 744 00:55:52,526 --> 00:55:53,955 The one that shot the old man. 745 00:55:54,030 --> 00:55:57,325 - Grundy, that's his name. Grundy. - Yeah, that's the one. 746 00:55:57,390 --> 00:55:59,212 We want to see the killer that shot Grundy. 747 00:55:59,278 --> 00:56:00,554 Well, I'll tell you what I'll do, boys. 748 00:56:00,622 --> 00:56:01,931 I'll go over and talk to Marshal Boyle. 749 00:56:01,998 --> 00:56:04,583 If he says it's all right, then we can take a quick look. 750 00:56:04,654 --> 00:56:06,061 I'll be right back. 751 00:56:07,086 --> 00:56:10,315 We want to see him, Mayor! Or we ain't gonna vote for you! 752 00:56:12,910 --> 00:56:14,219 Little bastards. 753 00:56:24,206 --> 00:56:25,254 Howard! 754 00:56:26,478 --> 00:56:31,050 Howard. Howard. 755 00:57:10,766 --> 00:57:12,970 - Good morning, Turk. - Well, morning, Mayor. 756 00:57:13,038 --> 00:57:15,427 - The Express on time? - Last I heard. 757 00:57:19,374 --> 00:57:22,986 Say, Turk, you notice anything funny going on? 758 00:57:23,598 --> 00:57:24,874 No. No. 759 00:57:27,854 --> 00:57:30,374 - Heard from your wife, Mayor? - Wife? 760 00:57:32,174 --> 00:57:33,996 Think she's enjoying herself back in St. Louis? 761 00:57:37,582 --> 00:57:40,003 Yes. Yes, fine. Just fine. 762 00:57:40,078 --> 00:57:42,467 Course I haven't heard when she's coming back. 763 00:57:42,542 --> 00:57:43,971 See you around, Sam. 764 00:57:48,654 --> 00:57:50,061 You done real good. 765 00:57:50,638 --> 00:57:52,580 Now just sit back and relax. 766 00:57:54,574 --> 00:57:57,257 Mary! Mary. 767 00:57:59,118 --> 00:58:00,809 - Mayor Wilker. - Yes. Where's Jim? 768 00:58:00,878 --> 00:58:02,601 - Oh, right in there. - Thank you. 769 00:58:02,670 --> 00:58:06,445 Jim Boy, we're in trouble. We are in big trouble. Good morning. 770 00:58:06,510 --> 00:58:08,201 What's he doing here? 771 00:58:08,270 --> 00:58:09,732 Well, what the hell did you expect me to do? 772 00:58:09,806 --> 00:58:10,919 You wouldn't let me lock him up. 773 00:58:10,990 --> 00:58:12,583 Oh, you're right. You're right. 774 00:58:12,654 --> 00:58:14,596 I was a fool not to listen, a thickheaded fool. 775 00:58:14,670 --> 00:58:17,452 But look that... That's water over the dam. We can't cry over spilled milk. 776 00:58:17,518 --> 00:58:20,333 Now look, the real problem is, what are we gonna do now? 777 00:58:20,398 --> 00:58:21,346 They're all over town. 778 00:58:21,422 --> 00:58:23,015 There's one holding a gun on Turk down at the depot. 779 00:58:23,086 --> 00:58:25,672 - What about your boy, Howard? - He's gone! Disappeared! 780 00:58:25,742 --> 00:58:26,919 Do they suspect that you're onto them yet? 781 00:58:26,989 --> 00:58:28,516 Yes, I think... No, I don't think so, no. 782 00:58:28,590 --> 00:58:30,084 Listen, Jim, we've got to think of something! 783 00:58:30,158 --> 00:58:32,068 - They're gonna rob the bank! - Oh, no. 784 00:58:32,141 --> 00:58:33,636 I don't think we have to worry about the bank. 785 00:58:33,709 --> 00:58:34,692 What are you saying? 786 00:58:34,766 --> 00:58:36,293 The way I figure, if they're bright, 787 00:58:36,366 --> 00:58:38,505 they'll have that money long before it gets to the bank. 788 00:58:38,958 --> 00:58:42,439 Brilliant. Jim Boy, that's brilliant! 789 00:58:42,510 --> 00:58:45,826 Of course, they'll steal the money en route. Of course. 790 00:58:46,414 --> 00:58:48,869 - Well, how does knowing that help us? - It doesn't. 791 00:58:48,942 --> 00:58:51,014 Well, we just can't let them steal the money. 792 00:58:51,086 --> 00:58:53,159 There's an election coming up in two weeks. 793 00:58:53,230 --> 00:58:55,466 We'll pass out guns, arm the men. 794 00:58:55,534 --> 00:58:57,803 And start a war? You think those people are gonna re-elect you 795 00:58:57,870 --> 00:58:59,146 if half the town is massacred? 796 00:58:59,918 --> 00:59:03,267 You're right, Jim Boy, you're right. This is gonna take something special. 797 00:59:03,342 --> 00:59:05,546 Say, why don't you go up on the roof and pick off a few? 798 00:59:05,614 --> 00:59:06,858 That's something special all right. 799 00:59:06,926 --> 00:59:08,584 That's special enough to get Flagg's head blown off. 800 00:59:08,654 --> 00:59:10,629 - You shut up, McKay. - Wait a minute, now, Jim Boy. 801 00:59:10,702 --> 00:59:14,051 Maybe Mr. McKay here has something constructive to contribute. 802 00:59:14,126 --> 00:59:17,422 There's only one plan and it's as plain as the nose on your face. 803 00:59:17,486 --> 00:59:20,486 You can't stop them from getting the money once the train gets into town. 804 00:59:20,558 --> 00:59:21,802 And since they're covering the telegraph, 805 00:59:21,870 --> 00:59:23,975 you can't stop the train from coming into town. 806 00:59:24,046 --> 00:59:27,144 What you gotta do is stop the train from stopping in town! 807 00:59:29,998 --> 00:59:33,161 - What? Stop the train from stopping? - The train just steams right on through. 808 00:59:33,229 --> 00:59:35,204 Fellas down at the depot would be looking mighty foolish. 809 00:59:35,278 --> 00:59:37,187 But the train will stop, it always does! 810 00:59:37,262 --> 00:59:39,880 Not if somebody boards it and tells them not to. 811 00:59:43,054 --> 00:59:45,542 A tremendous idea. 812 00:59:45,709 --> 00:59:49,932 That is bold, that is inventive, it is audacious. 813 00:59:49,998 --> 00:59:52,846 It's worthy of your reputation, Mr. McKay. I am impressed! 814 00:59:52,910 --> 00:59:55,212 - Well... - Well, that's the plan, Jim Boy. 815 00:59:55,278 --> 00:59:58,726 We ride out of town, board the train, just roar right on through. 816 00:59:59,149 --> 01:00:01,571 - What do you mean we? - Well, of course I'm coming. 817 01:00:02,126 --> 01:00:04,745 You don't think I'd let an opportunity like this slip by, do you? 818 01:00:04,814 --> 01:00:07,847 I mean, have you any idea what this can do for my career? 819 01:00:08,558 --> 01:00:10,019 Oh, I can see it now. 820 01:00:10,094 --> 01:00:14,055 Crisscrossing the country, delivering lectures on law and order. 821 01:00:14,861 --> 01:00:16,836 The need for positive action! 822 01:00:16,910 --> 01:00:18,633 Civic responsibility! 823 01:00:19,309 --> 01:00:21,000 Yes, I could write a book. 824 01:00:21,070 --> 01:00:23,274 I could write a weekly column syndicated all over the country. 825 01:00:23,342 --> 01:00:24,455 The world. 826 01:00:24,942 --> 01:00:28,739 You know, I could be governor. Maybe even president. 827 01:00:29,070 --> 01:00:31,110 President Randolph Wilker. 828 01:00:31,470 --> 01:00:32,714 Oh boy, there'd be no stopping me. 829 01:00:32,782 --> 01:00:33,731 - Mr. President. - Yes? 830 01:00:33,806 --> 01:00:35,562 I should mention something kind of important. 831 01:00:35,629 --> 01:00:37,004 - Please, go ahead. - If you're gonna pull this off, 832 01:00:37,070 --> 01:00:40,005 you're gonna have to board a train at a dead run, and if you ain't careful... 833 01:00:40,078 --> 01:00:42,466 - Dead run, that means while it's moving? - While it's moving. 834 01:00:42,542 --> 01:00:44,844 If you ain't careful, you could wind up like Dusty Boggs. 835 01:00:44,910 --> 01:00:46,317 - Dusty Boggs? - He boarded a train once. 836 01:00:46,382 --> 01:00:47,724 - Oh, what happened to him? - I don't know. 837 01:00:47,790 --> 01:00:49,929 All we found was a grease slick along the cinder bed. 838 01:00:51,886 --> 01:00:55,148 You make an excellent point, Mr. McKay. Yes, I should be more prudent. 839 01:00:55,214 --> 01:00:56,741 I have a whole town to worry about. 840 01:00:56,814 --> 01:00:59,115 If this was for my own safety, there'd be no hesitation, 841 01:00:59,182 --> 01:01:01,899 but I do have a public trust. 842 01:01:01,966 --> 01:01:03,722 Country's just lost a president. 843 01:01:03,790 --> 01:01:05,164 Tell you what you do, Mr. Mayor. 844 01:01:05,230 --> 01:01:07,783 You go downtown, circulate around, let yourself be seen, 845 01:01:07,854 --> 01:01:09,415 and just don't let on that you suspect anything. 846 01:01:09,486 --> 01:01:11,689 - Right, Jim Boy. What are you gonna do? - Board the train. 847 01:01:11,758 --> 01:01:13,067 - Alone? - Alone. 848 01:01:13,166 --> 01:01:14,825 Well, what about McKay here? Why can't he go along? 849 01:01:14,894 --> 01:01:17,741 - Because he's one of them, that's why! - Not anymore, he's not. 850 01:01:23,278 --> 01:01:25,317 Isn't that right, Mr. McKay? 851 01:01:27,022 --> 01:01:28,964 Yes, ma'am. 852 01:01:29,038 --> 01:01:31,907 As of that old man, Grundy, I ain't got no ties. 853 01:01:33,294 --> 01:01:35,628 Like I said, I don't go for unnecessary killing. 854 01:01:36,270 --> 01:01:37,895 Then you'll go together. 855 01:01:44,494 --> 01:01:47,145 There. Now shake. 856 01:01:50,734 --> 01:01:54,346 - Do I have your word this time? - You got it. 857 01:02:22,382 --> 01:02:25,895 They're partners now in a frantic chase 858 01:02:25,966 --> 01:02:29,261 Determined looks are upon each face 859 01:02:29,326 --> 01:02:32,937 They ride through the trails of the Ionesome hills 860 01:02:33,006 --> 01:02:35,723 And you know these men are real men 861 01:02:35,790 --> 01:02:38,954 Real men with iron wills 862 01:02:41,070 --> 01:02:44,201 There's just one thought running through each brain 863 01:02:44,269 --> 01:02:47,618 They won't give up till they catch that train 864 01:02:47,694 --> 01:02:51,207 They work and sweat to pay a debt 865 01:02:51,278 --> 01:02:53,034 To a most ungrateful town 866 01:02:53,102 --> 01:02:54,924 They said that Flagg's a clown 867 01:02:54,990 --> 01:02:58,699 The folks who let the marshal down 868 01:03:04,366 --> 01:03:05,315 Jump! 869 01:03:12,142 --> 01:03:13,865 Come on, you can make it! 870 01:03:15,502 --> 01:03:16,679 Come on. 871 01:03:21,101 --> 01:03:22,727 Guess I'm a bit rusty. 872 01:03:26,990 --> 01:03:28,364 - Throw up your hands! - Reach for the sky. 873 01:03:28,429 --> 01:03:30,469 - We got you covered. - Relax, fellas. 874 01:03:30,670 --> 01:03:32,841 My name is James Flagg, I'm the Marshal of Progress. 875 01:03:32,910 --> 01:03:35,081 Marshal, huh? Let's see your badge. 876 01:03:35,149 --> 01:03:36,840 I don't happen to have it with me right now. 877 01:03:36,910 --> 01:03:38,918 I know you. You're Big John McKay. 878 01:03:39,598 --> 01:03:42,445 I was on the Missouri-St. Paul in '88 when you and your outlaw gang 879 01:03:42,510 --> 01:03:44,037 robbed us of $18,000. 880 01:03:44,110 --> 01:03:45,670 Now, there is gonna be a train robbery. 881 01:03:45,742 --> 01:03:47,368 But we're not the ones that are gonna pull it off. 882 01:03:47,438 --> 01:03:48,583 You bet your boots you ain't! 883 01:03:48,654 --> 01:03:51,436 One move and I'll splatter you all over the rear of this car. 884 01:03:51,502 --> 01:03:52,549 Lock them up, Bump. 885 01:03:52,622 --> 01:03:54,084 We'll be in Progress before long 886 01:03:54,158 --> 01:03:56,579 and then we can turn these two varmints over to the real marshal. 887 01:03:56,654 --> 01:03:58,541 - Where'll I put them, Tick? - Put them in the privy. 888 01:03:58,606 --> 01:04:00,907 - It's a good place for their kind. - All right, come on, move! 889 01:04:06,062 --> 01:04:07,044 Move! 890 01:04:08,462 --> 01:04:11,145 Just keep calm, folks. Everything's well in hand. 891 01:04:12,686 --> 01:04:13,701 Inside. 892 01:04:21,229 --> 01:04:23,913 Imagine him remembering me after all these years. 893 01:04:32,141 --> 01:04:34,825 Bumper, you stay and guard them, and watch them like a hawk. 894 01:04:34,894 --> 01:04:36,999 Yes, sir. Don't worry none about me. 895 01:05:14,989 --> 01:05:17,837 Marshal! Marshal Boyle! 896 01:05:18,862 --> 01:05:21,513 - Is Marshal Boyle here? - You got eyes, ain't you? 897 01:05:28,494 --> 01:05:31,810 You're the hooligan that killed that old man last night, aren't you? 898 01:05:31,886 --> 01:05:32,933 What of it? 899 01:05:33,006 --> 01:05:35,373 Well, hanging is too good for the likes of you. 900 01:05:35,438 --> 01:05:38,537 If I were a man, I'd take you out and give you a good thrashing. 901 01:05:38,606 --> 01:05:42,119 Weren't for that dress, I'd think you were a man, you ugly old wart. 902 01:05:45,742 --> 01:05:46,986 Wart! 903 01:05:47,374 --> 01:05:48,651 Ugly! 904 01:05:48,718 --> 01:05:50,278 Ugly old wart! 905 01:06:07,470 --> 01:06:09,837 Good citizen was just here asking for you. 906 01:06:10,126 --> 01:06:13,257 Just figured you'd like to know you haven't been forgot. 907 01:06:41,486 --> 01:06:43,853 This damned thing is smaller than I remember. 908 01:06:59,662 --> 01:07:03,753 Bridge! Bridge! Bridge! Bridge. 909 01:07:30,574 --> 01:07:31,883 - Morning. - Morning. 910 01:08:53,326 --> 01:08:55,049 I got the skinny one, Tick. 911 01:08:55,150 --> 01:08:57,354 Come on, we'll head them off up front. 912 01:08:58,126 --> 01:09:01,508 - You hit? - Hit, hell! I just slipped. Come on, let's go. 913 01:09:01,582 --> 01:09:03,753 Relax, folks, nothing to worry about. 914 01:10:28,366 --> 01:10:29,893 We got them, Bump. 915 01:12:23,310 --> 01:12:24,258 Flooded. 916 01:12:38,926 --> 01:12:40,998 Harry, the train. 917 01:12:42,542 --> 01:12:46,732 Doris, we are here. The depot is there. 918 01:12:46,798 --> 01:12:48,390 Trains stop at depots. 919 01:13:07,886 --> 01:13:11,912 Harry. Harry. It doesn't seem to be slowing down. 920 01:13:14,158 --> 01:13:18,053 - Are you sure, Harry? - Doris, please. 921 01:13:28,014 --> 01:13:30,119 Harry, it didn't stop. 922 01:13:53,038 --> 01:13:55,907 Everybody! Hey! Stop, stop! Stop! 923 01:13:55,982 --> 01:14:00,138 Everybody! Up in arms! Up in arms, everybody! 924 01:14:00,206 --> 01:14:03,021 They're gonna rob the train. Follow that train. 925 01:14:03,086 --> 01:14:04,909 - Everybody! - Tallyho! 926 01:15:18,126 --> 01:15:19,205 Three no trump. 927 01:15:23,086 --> 01:15:25,093 That's it, boys, we're gaining on them. 928 01:15:29,934 --> 01:15:30,883 Four of hearts. 929 01:15:35,790 --> 01:15:40,612 They're the bad guys, not us, and they're gaining on us! 930 01:15:40,686 --> 01:15:42,115 Now what can we do? 931 01:15:42,670 --> 01:15:44,972 Look, get me down! Get me down! 932 01:16:27,438 --> 01:16:29,194 Hey, what the hell's he doing? 933 01:17:06,382 --> 01:17:07,364 Double. 934 01:17:16,942 --> 01:17:18,349 They're gonna attack us. 935 01:17:45,934 --> 01:17:47,789 Damn it, I quit! 936 01:17:53,646 --> 01:17:55,468 Beats the hell out of me. 937 01:17:58,126 --> 01:17:59,403 Jump! 938 01:18:19,406 --> 01:18:20,355 Redouble. 939 01:18:23,310 --> 01:18:26,212 Hey, dynamite! Dynamite! 940 01:18:42,542 --> 01:18:44,331 Let's get out of here! 941 01:18:57,422 --> 01:18:59,658 Come on, the honor of Progress is at stake. 942 01:18:59,726 --> 01:19:01,417 Come on, men, come on. 943 01:19:02,030 --> 01:19:03,274 Forward! 944 01:19:23,534 --> 01:19:24,482 Stop! 945 01:19:24,589 --> 01:19:26,084 I think he's trying to tell us something. 946 01:19:26,158 --> 01:19:28,492 Stop! The bridge is out! 947 01:19:28,942 --> 01:19:31,014 That's what he's trying to tell us! 948 01:19:36,526 --> 01:19:37,703 Pull! 949 01:19:38,414 --> 01:19:40,421 She's running wild! Jump! 950 01:20:19,309 --> 01:20:20,738 Hell of a way to run a railroad. 951 01:20:34,638 --> 01:20:36,263 Get that money out of there! 952 01:20:53,582 --> 01:20:55,949 Hurry it up! We ain't got all day! 953 01:21:21,262 --> 01:21:22,210 See them? 954 01:21:27,790 --> 01:21:29,699 Maybe we ought to get out of... 955 01:21:37,966 --> 01:21:39,395 Should we join them? 956 01:21:54,606 --> 01:21:56,515 Let's get the hell out of here! 957 01:22:00,046 --> 01:22:01,257 Waco! 958 01:22:27,182 --> 01:22:29,092 You sure got style, McKay. 959 01:22:29,486 --> 01:22:31,144 I'll say that much for you. 960 01:22:49,166 --> 01:22:52,428 - I thought I could beat him. - You beat him. 961 01:23:12,046 --> 01:23:16,618 Jim! Jim Boy, you did it! And you, Mr. McKay. 962 01:23:16,782 --> 01:23:20,972 I have never witnessed a more splendid example of audacity and valor. 963 01:23:21,038 --> 01:23:24,235 This story will be told and re-told around campfires 964 01:23:24,302 --> 01:23:27,433 by men who still admire courage and... And daring and... 965 01:23:27,950 --> 01:23:29,095 - Yes, sir? - Pardon me. 966 01:23:29,166 --> 01:23:31,206 I'm Dave Cargo of the New Mexico Press. 967 01:23:31,278 --> 01:23:32,522 How do you do, sir? 968 01:23:32,590 --> 01:23:36,583 Is there any truth to the rumor that you're thinking of running for governor? 969 01:23:36,942 --> 01:23:38,218 Governor? 970 01:23:39,694 --> 01:23:45,096 Well, I must say I never even thought about state office. 971 01:23:45,390 --> 01:23:50,376 The responsibilities of mayor are awesome enough, but governor? 972 01:23:51,374 --> 01:23:53,894 One can't be selfish, I mean, if the country needs... 973 01:23:53,966 --> 01:23:55,788 I mean, the state needs me I... 974 01:23:56,910 --> 01:24:00,488 I've never been one to say no to anyone in need. 975 01:24:00,878 --> 01:24:03,780 For example, now you... You take Progress... 976 01:24:03,854 --> 01:24:04,901 Excuse me. 977 01:24:04,974 --> 01:24:07,592 You take Progress, for example. Now, I came here... 978 01:24:07,662 --> 01:24:08,906 You know something? 979 01:24:08,974 --> 01:24:11,527 I do believe one day that man could be president. 980 01:24:11,598 --> 01:24:14,664 Yeah, he's amazing, there's no getting around it. 981 01:24:14,734 --> 01:24:17,189 That's the real 20th century man. 982 01:24:25,486 --> 01:24:27,690 Hey, that was quite a show you guys put on. 983 01:24:28,878 --> 01:24:32,173 Hey, look, Jim, I don't pretend to be half the man you are. 984 01:24:32,238 --> 01:24:33,645 I doubt if I ever will be. 985 01:24:33,709 --> 01:24:35,597 I... I'd appreciate it if you'd take the badge back. 986 01:24:35,662 --> 01:24:38,248 No, you can keep the badge, Howard. I'm a retired man. 987 01:24:38,318 --> 01:24:41,220 - Yeah, but the town needs you. - Not anymore. 988 01:24:41,902 --> 01:24:43,756 No, you'll do just fine, Howard. 989 01:24:43,822 --> 01:24:45,960 - Just one thing. - What's that? 990 01:24:46,030 --> 01:24:49,162 You have to learn to tell the good guys from the bad guys. 991 01:24:56,110 --> 01:24:58,761 Catch that horse, McKay. 992 01:25:08,878 --> 01:25:11,660 Well, Flagg... What the hell are you doing? 993 01:25:11,726 --> 01:25:14,060 - I'm taking you in, McKay. - Taking me in? 994 01:25:14,254 --> 01:25:17,385 I didn't promise, and I didn't give you my word. 995 01:25:17,806 --> 01:25:19,148 The sun never set on the day 996 01:25:19,214 --> 01:25:21,931 that James Flagg broke his word to friend or enemy. 997 01:25:21,998 --> 01:25:23,820 Now wait just a damn minute! 998 01:25:23,886 --> 01:25:26,187 When you get out of jail you can take that boy of yours fishing. 999 01:25:26,254 --> 01:25:28,643 He'll be an old man by the time I get out of jail! 1000 01:25:28,718 --> 01:25:31,435 Oh, I doubt that. Not after the way you helped out today. 1001 01:25:31,502 --> 01:25:32,844 Come on, let's go. 1002 01:25:33,614 --> 01:25:35,687 Flagg, you ain't even a marshal. 1003 01:25:36,590 --> 01:25:38,695 Now you know damn well the first time you turn your back 1004 01:25:38,766 --> 01:25:40,392 I'm gonna clout you over the head and run off. 1005 01:25:40,750 --> 01:25:43,784 A man is young then a man grows old 1006 01:25:43,854 --> 01:25:44,836 Flagg! 1007 01:25:44,910 --> 01:25:47,365 His blood's still warm but his heart grows cold 1008 01:25:47,438 --> 01:25:48,485 Flagg! 1009 01:25:48,558 --> 01:25:51,657 He knows he's still the man he was 1010 01:25:51,726 --> 01:25:54,181 And the folks are proud of everything 1011 01:25:54,254 --> 01:25:56,971 Everything the old man does 1012 01:25:57,038 --> 01:25:58,980 Damn you, Flagg, listen to me! 1013 01:25:59,054 --> 01:26:02,370 Marshal Flagg, Marshal Flagg 1014 01:26:02,926 --> 01:26:07,814 He doesn't boast and he doesn't brag 1015 01:26:08,046 --> 01:26:10,696 Now younger folks 1016 01:26:10,766 --> 01:26:13,133 Aren't making jokes 1017 01:26:13,262 --> 01:26:16,360 They're cheering for Marshal Flagg 1018 01:26:16,429 --> 01:26:19,496 Yes, they're cheering for Marshal Flagg 1019 01:26:20,590 --> 01:26:24,365 Cheering for Marshal Flagg 79919

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