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Would you like to inspect the original subtitles? These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:01,736 --> 00:00:05,331 - A grand gesture! l'll tell her. - We shook on it. 2 00:00:05,540 --> 00:00:07,667 l gave you 50 pistoles. Adeline's mine! 3 00:00:07,876 --> 00:00:11,243 You take me for a horse-trader? 4 00:00:11,446 --> 00:00:14,176 lf only you listened, and tried charm, manners, 5 00:00:14,549 --> 00:00:15,675 flowers. 6 00:00:16,718 --> 00:00:19,016 - Flowers? - l can do flowers. 7 00:00:19,554 --> 00:00:22,682 The rest is beyond me. But flowers l can. 8 00:00:42,911 --> 00:00:45,971 - Had a good night? - And a lovely wake-up call. 9 00:00:47,015 --> 00:00:49,711 - Hello, lovely wake-up call. - lf you want anything... 10 00:00:49,918 --> 00:00:52,443 l have all l want, solitude, silence. 11 00:00:53,021 --> 00:00:55,148 - Freedom, in fact. - ln prison? 12 00:00:55,357 --> 00:00:57,484 Prison is the ideal place. 13 00:00:57,692 --> 00:01:00,661 You float motionless on a pillow of dreams. 14 00:01:01,129 --> 00:01:04,326 l'm even hungry. A mind at rest is more inventive. 15 00:01:04,599 --> 00:01:05,623 You're mad! 16 00:01:08,637 --> 00:01:10,229 Prison is off-bounds. 17 00:01:10,438 --> 00:01:12,668 lf you want to chat, 18 00:01:12,941 --> 00:01:13,839 l'm your man. 19 00:01:14,109 --> 00:01:15,736 - Here! - Onions, how nice! 20 00:01:16,645 --> 00:01:19,170 - Tulips! - My flower! By what right? 21 00:01:21,616 --> 00:01:22,344 Here... 22 00:01:24,886 --> 00:01:27,286 l don't like flowers, but women do. 23 00:01:28,223 --> 00:01:30,316 - As you're a woman... - They like wooing. 24 00:01:30,525 --> 00:01:34,461 A good opening flowers... women... How poetic! Keep it up! 25 00:01:35,230 --> 00:01:36,128 l find you... 26 00:01:37,332 --> 00:01:38,594 Truly... 27 00:01:39,067 --> 00:01:40,466 You're beautiful. 28 00:01:40,669 --> 00:01:44,366 Clean, too. Strong. lndustrious. Seen her laundering? 29 00:01:44,673 --> 00:01:46,971 - And dish-washing! - l bet she can cook. 30 00:01:47,175 --> 00:01:49,803 And sew! Such nimble fingers. 31 00:01:50,011 --> 00:01:50,978 Just imagine... 32 00:01:51,179 --> 00:01:54,546 For only 50 pistoles, he gets the whole line of Adelines: 33 00:01:55,016 --> 00:01:56,984 a fabulous washing machine, 34 00:01:57,185 --> 00:01:58,982 a wonderful dishwasher, 35 00:01:59,187 --> 00:02:01,485 a sewing machine, an iron, 36 00:02:01,690 --> 00:02:04,887 and a 4-burner stove that heats the house! 37 00:02:06,861 --> 00:02:08,988 What're you saying, smart-aleck? 38 00:02:09,197 --> 00:02:11,893 Nothing but the truth. 39 00:02:13,201 --> 00:02:14,793 You're more than lovely, 40 00:02:15,003 --> 00:02:17,995 you're dazzling. Your soul shines in your eyes. 41 00:02:18,206 --> 00:02:20,333 You're a lively young creature, 42 00:02:20,542 --> 00:02:22,169 pure as spring water, 43 00:02:22,377 --> 00:02:23,674 free as a bird. 44 00:02:24,045 --> 00:02:28,675 The man you love, of all your suitors, will be the happiest of men. 45 00:02:29,117 --> 00:02:30,311 So choose well. 46 00:02:30,518 --> 00:02:33,282 No sycophant, priest or army man! 47 00:02:36,224 --> 00:02:38,089 Show your face, songbird! 48 00:02:38,293 --> 00:02:39,453 Playing pranks? 49 00:02:39,661 --> 00:02:42,596 Shot! Quartered, hung, cut down, hung again! 50 00:02:42,797 --> 00:02:44,856 Burnt alive, raw, cooked, roasted! 51 00:02:45,066 --> 00:02:48,433 Tranche-Montagne, you fly turd! On the double! 52 00:02:49,904 --> 00:02:51,531 Find me the guard! Assembly! 53 00:02:52,040 --> 00:02:53,564 And get a move on! 54 00:03:02,417 --> 00:03:04,385 That was very nice what you said. 55 00:03:04,586 --> 00:03:06,577 And very sweet. 56 00:03:07,589 --> 00:03:11,548 l know it was to enrage him, but it did me good to hear. 57 00:03:12,761 --> 00:03:16,390 You shouldn't provoke him. He has no imagination, 58 00:03:17,265 --> 00:03:19,290 so killing leaves him cold. 59 00:03:20,535 --> 00:03:24,904 Last year he slaughtered two recruits who winked at me. 60 00:03:25,840 --> 00:03:26,738 You listening? 61 00:03:32,280 --> 00:03:36,148 lf you want to sulk, suit yourself. But l warned you. 62 00:03:46,895 --> 00:03:48,863 Escape! Alert! 63 00:03:49,064 --> 00:03:49,826 Alarm! 64 00:03:49,998 --> 00:03:53,365 Fix bayonets! Charge! 65 00:03:54,235 --> 00:03:55,532 Sound the tocsin! 66 00:03:55,737 --> 00:03:57,534 l'll cut him down! 67 00:03:57,739 --> 00:03:59,206 Attack! 68 00:04:01,576 --> 00:04:04,044 General alert! 69 00:04:10,085 --> 00:04:12,986 - Hide before he sees you. - l'm fine here. 70 00:04:14,022 --> 00:04:16,047 Charming bosom! 71 00:04:16,257 --> 00:04:18,157 l'd love to explore, but... 72 00:04:18,426 --> 00:04:19,723 You fool! 73 00:04:22,697 --> 00:04:24,631 - What're you doing? - Throw me my sword? 74 00:04:24,833 --> 00:04:27,495 Yours, no! But mine! 75 00:04:28,870 --> 00:04:31,566 - Why? - l need it. Like a bull needs horns. 76 00:04:33,475 --> 00:04:36,911 - There he is! - lt's rude to point, Mr. Fool. 77 00:04:37,112 --> 00:04:39,080 He's mocking you. 78 00:04:39,447 --> 00:04:42,177 No, you. Which is very brave. 79 00:04:42,717 --> 00:04:44,548 - Permission, sir... - To? 80 00:04:44,752 --> 00:04:47,846 - Disembowel him! Emasculate him! - Not that! 81 00:04:48,223 --> 00:04:51,681 Though l'd love to see him in action. But spare his neck. 82 00:04:52,160 --> 00:04:53,218 Ladder! 83 00:05:00,568 --> 00:05:01,125 Too short! 84 00:05:13,314 --> 00:05:15,544 - 3 on Fier-a-Bras! - 5 on Fanfan! 85 00:05:15,750 --> 00:05:17,547 Begad! Begosh! 86 00:05:19,654 --> 00:05:21,144 And why not begum! 87 00:05:26,995 --> 00:05:28,553 And to you, be gone! 88 00:05:56,791 --> 00:05:57,780 Behind! 89 00:06:10,305 --> 00:06:12,705 - The sergeant's a bastard. - He's a sergeant. 90 00:06:28,089 --> 00:06:29,021 Think l have all day? 91 00:06:32,527 --> 00:06:34,051 - Raise you 3. - l'm in. 92 00:06:42,537 --> 00:06:43,799 - A hand? - Don't touch me! 93 00:06:46,708 --> 00:06:48,107 On second thought... 94 00:06:53,881 --> 00:06:55,348 Let go of me! 95 00:06:56,284 --> 00:06:57,649 ls that fair play? 96 00:06:57,852 --> 00:07:00,685 - But at court we'd laugh it off. - Let's laugh, then. 97 00:07:14,569 --> 00:07:16,537 - Or the other way around. - Better yet. 98 00:07:16,738 --> 00:07:21,141 - They might kill each other. - He's too young to know what death is. 99 00:08:00,315 --> 00:08:01,339 You all right? 100 00:08:01,716 --> 00:08:03,240 Beg your pardon? 101 00:08:04,285 --> 00:08:06,014 See where your meanness gets you? 102 00:08:06,287 --> 00:08:08,016 - ln ruins. - Pardon? 103 00:08:12,727 --> 00:08:14,922 How can Adeline marry a man so churlish? 104 00:08:16,230 --> 00:08:17,697 Beg your pardon? 105 00:08:18,232 --> 00:08:21,531 You forget Adeline, l forget you. A deal? 106 00:08:29,977 --> 00:08:32,275 - lt's a draw. - A draw? 107 00:08:32,480 --> 00:08:36,541 - They're both alive. - Mine's more... l demand arbitration. 108 00:08:36,751 --> 00:08:38,548 Granted. l'll arbitrate a draw. 109 00:08:40,988 --> 00:08:44,549 Teaching Fier-a-Bras a lesson and saving Adeline, hats off! 110 00:08:45,193 --> 00:08:47,127 Plus entertaining the children. 111 00:08:47,328 --> 00:08:49,159 l love a worthy cause! 112 00:08:49,364 --> 00:08:52,333 You act like a prince, and you've won a friend. 113 00:08:52,867 --> 00:08:53,834 For life! 114 00:08:58,039 --> 00:08:59,904 Colonel A.B.C.D. de la Houlette? 115 00:09:00,208 --> 00:09:01,266 Here l am! 116 00:09:14,222 --> 00:09:18,352 We, Louis, declare the following order to our troops: 117 00:09:18,993 --> 00:09:21,689 The Aquitaine regiment, - that's us - 118 00:09:21,896 --> 00:09:25,855 is assigned to ensure Our Majesty's protection. 119 00:09:26,567 --> 00:09:29,127 lt will therefore set out immediately 120 00:09:29,337 --> 00:09:32,204 for Chateau Villelune, 121 00:09:32,507 --> 00:09:36,876 where we have decided to establish our headquarters. 122 00:09:37,578 --> 00:09:39,205 Children, en route! 123 00:09:47,021 --> 00:09:49,489 Beg you pardon? 124 00:10:01,869 --> 00:10:02,995 That's better. 125 00:10:03,204 --> 00:10:04,899 But it smells of garlic. 126 00:10:05,106 --> 00:10:07,336 l want a smell of gunpowder! 127 00:10:08,042 --> 00:10:09,976 A royal-blessed cure 128 00:10:10,178 --> 00:10:11,907 for frostbite, blisters, 129 00:10:12,113 --> 00:10:13,910 even venereal disease. 130 00:10:14,382 --> 00:10:16,680 Make way! 131 00:10:24,058 --> 00:10:26,117 My fianc�e! l recognized her. 132 00:10:26,327 --> 00:10:29,694 - You've never seen her face! - Love has eyes, comrade. 133 00:10:29,897 --> 00:10:33,094 - l didn't have all my wits. - A blow can restore them. 134 00:10:33,334 --> 00:10:35,529 - You being a wit? - Pardon? 135 00:10:35,736 --> 00:10:37,033 Beg your pardon? 136 00:10:37,738 --> 00:10:40,366 Making light of my temporary disability? 137 00:10:40,875 --> 00:10:42,035 Very well! 138 00:10:44,345 --> 00:10:47,314 Villelune! The King's daughter awaits me. 139 00:10:58,693 --> 00:11:01,161 At last! The King and l were anxious! 140 00:11:01,362 --> 00:11:02,590 We were attacked. 141 00:11:03,164 --> 00:11:06,099 ln broad daylight. Your roads are no longer safe. 142 00:11:06,367 --> 00:11:08,062 All the money is in the war chest. 143 00:11:08,469 --> 00:11:14,499 - But no harm done? - Thanks to a charming savior Fanfan. 144 00:11:15,042 --> 00:11:17,670 How he took care of those bandits! 145 00:11:17,879 --> 00:11:19,608 lt was quite a sight! 146 00:11:20,381 --> 00:11:22,849 Tell the King we're exhausted. 147 00:11:24,385 --> 00:11:26,945 Return this equipage to my cousin. 148 00:11:28,122 --> 00:11:29,612 Henriette! To bed! 149 00:11:34,462 --> 00:11:36,396 Who does she think l am! 150 00:11:49,076 --> 00:11:50,805 Looking for your star? 151 00:11:52,680 --> 00:11:54,204 lt's that one. 152 00:11:55,550 --> 00:11:57,814 - How do you know? - lt's mine. 153 00:11:59,854 --> 00:12:00,980 Be my guest. 154 00:12:02,690 --> 00:12:04,157 At my wedding, too. 155 00:12:04,525 --> 00:12:07,460 - Your wedding? - l said yes to the sergeant. 156 00:12:07,662 --> 00:12:10,096 lt's absurd! He's a brute. 157 00:12:10,298 --> 00:12:14,598 He doesn't scare me. l'll have his pay, respect, 158 00:12:14,802 --> 00:12:17,168 my own pew in church on Sundays... 159 00:12:17,371 --> 00:12:19,931 - A name... - Madam Fier-a-Bras? 160 00:12:20,141 --> 00:12:21,608 Children... 161 00:12:22,209 --> 00:12:23,506 How awful! 162 00:12:23,644 --> 00:12:26,545 He's like a dog. l'll train him. 163 00:12:26,747 --> 00:12:28,942 lf your fate is training mad dogs... 164 00:12:29,650 --> 00:12:31,845 Mine lies behind one of those windows. 165 00:12:32,720 --> 00:12:35,188 You deserve better. 166 00:12:35,389 --> 00:12:37,516 Keep looking. Believe me. 167 00:12:37,892 --> 00:12:42,192 l flitted about. Then suddenly it came to me. Thanks to you. 168 00:12:51,906 --> 00:12:52,873 lt's all there, Sire. 169 00:12:53,407 --> 00:12:55,898 But this map reveals all our plans. 170 00:12:56,243 --> 00:12:59,212 What if our traitor sees it? What news? 171 00:12:59,413 --> 00:13:03,315 We're making progress. His code name: Man in Black, Schwartz-something... 172 00:13:06,420 --> 00:13:07,284 lnteresting. 173 00:13:11,258 --> 00:13:12,782 Dig deeper, l want results. 174 00:13:13,194 --> 00:13:14,855 Enough! Always underfoot! 175 00:13:15,262 --> 00:13:16,388 Scram! 176 00:13:18,132 --> 00:13:19,827 He loves my teasing! 177 00:13:20,301 --> 00:13:22,997 Let us hear your plans, Marshal. 178 00:13:23,371 --> 00:13:27,398 lt's a standard tactic, but with a certain strategic whim. 179 00:13:27,608 --> 00:13:31,009 l adore strategic whims. Take note of that, gentlemen! 180 00:13:31,212 --> 00:13:33,077 The right flank l place on the left. 181 00:13:33,447 --> 00:13:35,574 - The left flank l place... - On the right! 182 00:13:35,950 --> 00:13:38,680 ln the center, Sire. For even greater effect. 183 00:13:38,886 --> 00:13:42,253 We've got 'em... You've got 'em... l mean, l've got 'em. 184 00:13:42,456 --> 00:13:43,514 And the red line? 185 00:13:43,724 --> 00:13:45,851 The immunity line. A novelty. 186 00:13:46,060 --> 00:13:49,996 A half-toise behind this line puts us out of artillery range. 187 00:13:50,197 --> 00:13:50,856 You sure? 188 00:13:52,233 --> 00:13:53,700 16-pounders. PPP powder. 189 00:13:53,901 --> 00:13:56,802 Primahaupt Pulverboom Pulvermagazines. Our supplier. 190 00:13:57,738 --> 00:13:59,672 A level ladleful, 191 00:13:59,874 --> 00:14:03,674 a 16-lb. ball, a 15-ft. bore, maximum range 300 toises. 192 00:14:03,878 --> 00:14:05,470 Their artillery, here! 193 00:14:05,680 --> 00:14:08,706 The line at toise 301 . Behind it, we're immune! 194 00:14:12,920 --> 00:14:16,048 Before l bid you goodnight, let us pray 195 00:14:16,257 --> 00:14:19,226 to the god of armies for his aid tomorrow. 196 00:14:24,865 --> 00:14:25,559 Wake up! 197 00:14:25,766 --> 00:14:27,529 - Come on! - l'm sleeping. 198 00:14:27,735 --> 00:14:31,569 Not any more. C'mon! 199 00:14:56,731 --> 00:14:59,529 - l had the wildest dreams. - Let's hurry! 200 00:16:24,585 --> 00:16:26,780 Halt! There they are! 201 00:17:05,826 --> 00:17:07,691 Don't be afraid, it's me. 202 00:17:11,232 --> 00:17:12,699 Why scream? 203 00:17:12,900 --> 00:17:16,529 l won't harm you. lt's me, Fanfan-la-Tulipe. 204 00:17:19,073 --> 00:17:23,772 l saved you from bandits in the woods. 205 00:17:28,582 --> 00:17:30,550 Screaming gives you wrinkles. 206 00:17:34,688 --> 00:17:36,553 What a letdown! 207 00:17:36,757 --> 00:17:38,486 l don't understand a word. 208 00:17:38,926 --> 00:17:42,828 We had to get acquainted some time. 209 00:17:46,700 --> 00:17:48,600 Squealing like a guinea hen! 210 00:17:49,937 --> 00:17:51,234 You were so adorable... 211 00:17:54,275 --> 00:17:55,674 Very well, you win! 212 00:17:55,876 --> 00:17:58,071 Your ardent suitor lost his ardor! 213 00:17:58,312 --> 00:17:59,973 Me no want you now! 214 00:18:05,853 --> 00:18:07,684 Nothing stops this goose! 215 00:18:08,389 --> 00:18:09,378 You here? 216 00:18:11,558 --> 00:18:12,957 What's going on? 217 00:18:13,961 --> 00:18:16,930 l came calling, as fianc�s do. She went wild. 218 00:18:17,564 --> 00:18:20,192 - She's just scared. - l don't usually scare them. 219 00:18:20,567 --> 00:18:23,536 - lt's the other way around. - You don't just walk in. 220 00:18:23,737 --> 00:18:24,965 The desire's gone. 221 00:18:25,105 --> 00:18:25,969 This way! 222 00:18:27,908 --> 00:18:29,375 There he is! 223 00:18:32,346 --> 00:18:33,040 Come down! 224 00:18:33,914 --> 00:18:36,041 Help me, Marquise. 225 00:18:39,653 --> 00:18:41,052 So, spying? 226 00:18:41,355 --> 00:18:42,879 Not at all, Majesty. 227 00:18:43,490 --> 00:18:45,151 Who pays you? 228 00:18:45,359 --> 00:18:47,827 l never knew you or La Houlette? 229 00:18:48,028 --> 00:18:51,327 But since you mention it, how about a little raise? 230 00:18:51,532 --> 00:18:54,797 - He's not much of a man in black. - lnside, Sire. 231 00:18:55,002 --> 00:18:57,664 His soul is probably very dark. 232 00:18:58,539 --> 00:18:59,904 What now? 233 00:19:00,708 --> 00:19:02,437 He seems blacker. 234 00:19:03,210 --> 00:19:05,178 - Who can explain? - l can, Sire! 235 00:19:06,613 --> 00:19:09,582 Contrary to appearances, l'm as white as snow. 236 00:19:10,551 --> 00:19:11,779 He's amusing. 237 00:19:12,052 --> 00:19:13,781 - l rescued your daughter. - Which one? 238 00:19:15,189 --> 00:19:16,679 - The King's daughter. - From what? 239 00:19:16,890 --> 00:19:19,358 From bandits in the woods, the other day. 240 00:19:19,626 --> 00:19:21,184 Henriette, my little girl? 241 00:19:21,395 --> 00:19:23,090 No one tells me anything! 242 00:19:23,497 --> 00:19:25,692 My thanks. This deserves a reward. 243 00:19:25,899 --> 00:19:27,366 As a matter of fact... 244 00:19:27,835 --> 00:19:31,703 - l came here to ask for her hand. - What? 245 00:19:31,939 --> 00:19:35,204 - You want to marry my daughter? - Not any more. 246 00:19:35,409 --> 00:19:38,207 Sorry, but the screams, Poland - not for me. 247 00:19:38,412 --> 00:19:40,209 - You reject my daughter? - Sorry. 248 00:19:40,414 --> 00:19:42,143 l'm not well born, l hate hunting... 249 00:19:43,917 --> 00:19:44,975 l made a mistake. 250 00:19:45,252 --> 00:19:47,982 Put it down to youth. No hard feelings? 251 00:19:48,555 --> 00:19:49,419 See you! 252 00:19:49,723 --> 00:19:52,248 lf he's no son-in-law, then he's a spy! 253 00:19:52,426 --> 00:19:54,223 Him and his ally, hang them. 254 00:19:56,530 --> 00:19:57,997 That's it! 255 00:19:58,699 --> 00:20:02,999 They got him! The spy, the Man in Black. By the balls! 256 00:20:03,537 --> 00:20:05,266 Guess who? The Parisian! 257 00:20:05,639 --> 00:20:08,335 The famous Fanfan! Tomorrow... 258 00:20:08,709 --> 00:20:10,336 snap goes the tulip! 259 00:20:12,046 --> 00:20:13,172 - Sir... - Beg your pardon? 260 00:20:13,380 --> 00:20:15,314 Sir, l'm a man of honor. 261 00:20:15,516 --> 00:20:17,916 l'd be honored to have the honor 262 00:20:18,118 --> 00:20:19,449 of executing him! 263 00:20:19,653 --> 00:20:20,847 For the pleasure and... 264 00:20:21,055 --> 00:20:22,386 - The honor? - Exactly. 265 00:20:22,790 --> 00:20:25,520 l come from a long line of hangmen. 266 00:20:26,393 --> 00:20:28,361 ln that case, granted. 267 00:20:28,629 --> 00:20:29,527 Reluctantly... 268 00:20:31,498 --> 00:20:33,432 For a hanging, violins! 269 00:20:33,634 --> 00:20:34,532 Violins only! 270 00:20:37,805 --> 00:20:41,206 l'm demoralized. Life was smiling on me: 271 00:20:41,442 --> 00:20:44,673 A home, a family, a trade, a wife... then nothing! 272 00:20:48,682 --> 00:20:51,480 They don't breathe the same air we do. 273 00:20:51,685 --> 00:20:53,983 Mess-chest. Get your money out! 274 00:20:55,689 --> 00:20:58,681 lf she's not my dream woman, who is? 275 00:21:08,535 --> 00:21:11,504 You? Why, sure! 276 00:21:14,875 --> 00:21:16,467 So that was my path! 277 00:21:19,046 --> 00:21:21,412 l didn't want to tell you, for fear of losing you. 278 00:21:22,716 --> 00:21:24,513 Now l lose you as l tell you... 279 00:21:24,751 --> 00:21:25,843 Tell me? 280 00:21:27,888 --> 00:21:29,515 l've never loved, 281 00:21:31,091 --> 00:21:34,390 so l don't know if this thing that makes me 282 00:21:34,595 --> 00:21:38,190 so happy and so unhappy is called love. 283 00:21:40,234 --> 00:21:42,464 l've used the word too often, 284 00:21:42,669 --> 00:21:44,830 and it was nothing like what l feel. 285 00:21:47,841 --> 00:21:51,140 l thank this flash of lightning for all this radiance. 286 00:22:03,357 --> 00:22:06,656 The rule is two minutes. One minute more makes two minutes. 287 00:22:06,860 --> 00:22:11,661 l knew your whoring mother. l may even have got you started. 288 00:22:11,865 --> 00:22:14,766 So stick your rules somewhere else. Drink... 289 00:22:14,968 --> 00:22:16,731 Set your head straight. 290 00:22:21,141 --> 00:22:24,008 Why didn't l see you then as l just saw you? 291 00:22:24,211 --> 00:22:25,838 As l see you now? 292 00:22:26,880 --> 00:22:30,008 Maybe it took the darkness, prison, fear. 293 00:22:30,884 --> 00:22:32,681 We should age earlier, 294 00:22:32,886 --> 00:22:36,344 turn 50 at 20. We'd know what's essential. 295 00:22:36,490 --> 00:22:37,684 About what? 296 00:22:37,891 --> 00:22:41,520 Life. Good, evil, truth, falsehood, 297 00:22:41,728 --> 00:22:42,854 women, 298 00:22:43,230 --> 00:22:44,197 and my own, 299 00:22:44,631 --> 00:22:48,362 my only, Adeline. My Adeline. 300 00:22:49,903 --> 00:22:51,063 My Fanfan. 301 00:22:51,638 --> 00:22:54,004 Leaving life before living it! 302 00:22:55,142 --> 00:22:56,609 You read my palm. 303 00:22:56,910 --> 00:23:00,346 Now read my heart: your face is engraved forever. 304 00:23:00,581 --> 00:23:03,049 Forever is almost over, my love. 305 00:23:03,417 --> 00:23:06,944 A few hours for a lifetime, while others sleep. 306 00:23:08,622 --> 00:23:10,487 Not everyone's asleep. 307 00:23:21,768 --> 00:23:23,998 The show's not till tomorrow. 308 00:23:24,271 --> 00:23:26,262 But we came to see the murderer. 309 00:23:26,673 --> 00:23:27,799 What murderer? 310 00:23:30,277 --> 00:23:32,245 Beat it, you little snots! 311 00:23:32,613 --> 00:23:34,240 Murderer... 312 00:23:37,751 --> 00:23:41,482 They can't part us without proof or trial! 313 00:23:41,688 --> 00:23:45,215 - What do you want to do? - Live happy with you alive. 314 00:23:45,425 --> 00:23:47,188 We have so little time. 315 00:23:47,394 --> 00:23:49,521 Exactly. l want time, 316 00:23:49,796 --> 00:23:51,855 seasons, years... 317 00:23:55,569 --> 00:23:59,699 l'll go see the King and beg. This very night! 318 00:23:59,906 --> 00:24:02,374 He cares only about glory. 319 00:24:02,576 --> 00:24:05,340 l'll make amends for my fault. 320 00:24:32,439 --> 00:24:36,239 - Can't l sleep in peace? - Tomorrow. For eternity! 321 00:24:36,610 --> 00:24:39,010 - We have to catch Adeline. - Which key? 322 00:24:39,446 --> 00:24:40,913 He won't wait. 323 00:24:42,215 --> 00:24:42,909 Which is it? 324 00:25:02,035 --> 00:25:03,525 Don't scream, please! 325 00:25:04,504 --> 00:25:06,495 - l must save the man l love. - Who? 326 00:25:06,707 --> 00:25:10,541 You know him. The one you christened Fanfan... 327 00:25:11,712 --> 00:25:14,374 La-Tulipe? Tell me all. 328 00:25:24,257 --> 00:25:27,055 My poor child, even if l believe you, 329 00:25:27,260 --> 00:25:30,058 Louis... His Majesty won't change his mind. 330 00:25:30,263 --> 00:25:32,493 Wake him, take me to his chamber. 331 00:25:32,699 --> 00:25:34,189 Not the King! 332 00:25:34,835 --> 00:25:38,032 No one disturbs His Majesty's sleep. 333 00:25:39,773 --> 00:25:40,569 Unless... 334 00:25:40,774 --> 00:25:42,071 Someone... Come! 335 00:25:52,953 --> 00:25:56,582 - You, Madam? - At this hour, it can only be urgent. 336 00:26:02,796 --> 00:26:06,197 You're in good hands. l'll repay you some day. 337 00:26:07,968 --> 00:26:09,697 - A pardon? - An audience. 338 00:26:12,406 --> 00:26:14,670 Even so, a lot to ask. At night. 339 00:26:14,908 --> 00:26:16,535 And from the King! 340 00:26:19,179 --> 00:26:23,047 - Why should the King free this spy? - He's not the spy! 341 00:26:23,316 --> 00:26:25,045 - l can prove it. - How? 342 00:26:25,252 --> 00:26:26,651 l know the real traitor. 343 00:26:26,853 --> 00:26:28,718 He gave Fanfan a jewel 344 00:26:28,922 --> 00:26:31,482 to spare him. Fanfan gave it to me. A ring. 345 00:26:31,691 --> 00:26:32,953 My... A ring? 346 00:26:33,160 --> 00:26:34,923 May l see it? 347 00:26:35,929 --> 00:26:38,489 - l'll take it to the King. - No, l will. 348 00:26:38,732 --> 00:26:41,223 l'll buy it. Name your price. 349 00:26:41,668 --> 00:26:42,657 lt's not for sale. 350 00:26:42,869 --> 00:26:45,360 Everything's for sale! The ring, you, me... 351 00:26:45,572 --> 00:26:48,097 - l'm already sold... The price? - lt's a gift. 352 00:26:48,708 --> 00:26:50,335 - 10,000! - A keepsake. 353 00:26:50,544 --> 00:26:52,569 - 20,000. - l'm fond of it. 354 00:26:53,046 --> 00:26:54,343 You drive a hard bargain. 355 00:26:59,986 --> 00:27:01,044 l love to haggle. 356 00:27:17,571 --> 00:27:19,334 The King's chamber! 357 00:27:32,085 --> 00:27:34,485 - Knock first. - l intend to. 358 00:27:34,754 --> 00:27:36,915 - Where's my wife? - Three doors down. 359 00:27:48,001 --> 00:27:49,992 - Shut up, Poland! - And France? 360 00:27:55,375 --> 00:27:57,468 The man in the woods. The traitor! 361 00:27:58,545 --> 00:28:03,448 Explain this fuss and this accusation. l'm in a foul mood. 362 00:28:03,650 --> 00:28:06,448 - l caught this thief... - l brought her! 363 00:28:06,653 --> 00:28:09,281 Yes, but she tried to steal this ring. 364 00:28:09,489 --> 00:28:11,354 You gave it to me in the woods. 365 00:28:11,558 --> 00:28:13,287 What woods? l hate woods! 366 00:28:13,493 --> 00:28:14,858 Poor child! 367 00:28:15,695 --> 00:28:18,926 l gave you that gem two years ago. 368 00:28:19,132 --> 00:28:21,623 For my name day. His Majesty remembers. 369 00:28:25,238 --> 00:28:27,138 How did you come by it? 370 00:28:27,340 --> 00:28:30,707 - The Man in Black's mask. - This defies belief. 371 00:28:30,911 --> 00:28:31,707 Why? 372 00:28:32,078 --> 00:28:34,979 - Florins, sterling... - We need a single currency. 373 00:28:35,181 --> 00:28:37,274 Traitors adore gold, Sire. 374 00:28:37,484 --> 00:28:39,315 - Not only gold, cousin. - Cousin? 375 00:28:39,519 --> 00:28:41,885 - Aren't all kings cousins? - You're no king. 376 00:28:42,088 --> 00:28:43,646 l was promised a crown. 377 00:28:43,857 --> 00:28:47,156 lf you lose, Austria grants me Liberbidarunstein. 378 00:28:47,360 --> 00:28:49,191 And you will lose. 379 00:28:49,429 --> 00:28:53,229 l've sold it all: maps, times, passwords, plans! 380 00:28:53,433 --> 00:28:54,229 Arrest the rogue! 381 00:28:54,968 --> 00:28:56,333 No one moves! 382 00:29:00,807 --> 00:29:03,002 No love lost between us! 383 00:29:03,710 --> 00:29:05,678 Guards! Encircle the chateau! 384 00:29:05,879 --> 00:29:07,346 He'll be long gone! 385 00:29:11,718 --> 00:29:12,514 Lucky there's water. 386 00:29:12,752 --> 00:29:14,845 l never noticed. 387 00:29:35,075 --> 00:29:36,201 lt can't be! 388 00:29:36,910 --> 00:29:37,877 To horse! 389 00:29:42,282 --> 00:29:43,408 To horse! 390 00:29:47,687 --> 00:29:50,315 - Where are you taking me? - You'll be my queen! 391 00:29:50,857 --> 00:29:52,654 Faster! 392 00:30:12,278 --> 00:30:13,905 ln the King's service! 393 00:30:15,382 --> 00:30:16,679 A sick woman! 394 00:31:07,033 --> 00:31:09,501 - What will you do? - Make you my queen. 395 00:31:09,703 --> 00:31:12,263 - lf l refuse? - The Austrians get you! 396 00:31:12,472 --> 00:31:15,498 - To shoot me? - They hang women. 397 00:31:15,709 --> 00:31:16,676 Shut up and move! 398 00:31:18,545 --> 00:31:20,012 Free me and l'll tell you 399 00:31:20,213 --> 00:31:21,840 the Aquitaine password. 400 00:31:22,048 --> 00:31:23,717 l know it God help us. 401 00:31:23,717 --> 00:31:25,480 - Picardy? - God be with us. 402 00:31:25,885 --> 00:31:28,115 - Burgundy? - Glory to God. l know them all. 403 00:31:28,321 --> 00:31:29,811 Franche-Comt� God bless. 404 00:31:30,023 --> 00:31:33,356 Champagne God wills it, etc. 405 00:31:33,927 --> 00:31:35,690 l'm a professional! 406 00:31:36,629 --> 00:31:37,960 Keep moving! 407 00:31:55,014 --> 00:31:57,141 lt's me, Corsini! Von Gorzini! 408 00:31:57,350 --> 00:31:59,648 Fetch Koenigseck! 409 00:32:09,229 --> 00:32:11,925 He's not worthy of your distress. 410 00:32:12,132 --> 00:32:14,396 Not a man called tulip! 411 00:32:14,601 --> 00:32:16,432 Pick, sniff and discard! 412 00:32:16,703 --> 00:32:19,536 Stick to real values. Look for a man with a future. 413 00:32:20,340 --> 00:32:24,834 There's no man but him, no future but with him. 414 00:32:25,044 --> 00:32:26,705 So much for your tulip! 415 00:32:28,581 --> 00:32:30,344 Don't, you fool! 416 00:32:30,550 --> 00:32:32,848 You won't survive the fall. 417 00:32:33,052 --> 00:32:34,747 l won't live without him. 418 00:32:34,954 --> 00:32:36,581 Love is blind! 419 00:32:36,756 --> 00:32:37,450 What if it is? 420 00:32:37,657 --> 00:32:42,026 Why live without the sight of my beloved? 421 00:32:42,228 --> 00:32:45,197 Why touch if l haven't him to caress, 422 00:32:45,398 --> 00:32:47,366 or hold in my arms? 423 00:32:48,735 --> 00:32:52,865 lf his scent is no longer in the air, why continue to breathe? 424 00:32:55,408 --> 00:32:57,876 Without love, you lose, Corsini. 425 00:32:58,077 --> 00:32:59,806 So far, l'm ahead. 426 00:33:00,013 --> 00:33:02,243 All you win are my tears! 427 00:33:02,816 --> 00:33:04,716 That's enough! 428 00:33:04,918 --> 00:33:08,217 Calm down! You can always die later. 429 00:33:08,421 --> 00:33:12,380 l'll kill you myself, my word of honor! My word, anyway. 430 00:33:14,928 --> 00:33:19,456 Von Gorzini! Bear hug mit madmazelle? 431 00:33:20,266 --> 00:33:21,198 Not at all. 432 00:33:22,368 --> 00:33:24,393 She's just a spy in training. 433 00:33:25,104 --> 00:33:27,072 Danke sh�n-good-thanks fur treason! 434 00:33:27,273 --> 00:33:29,901 Grosse hankee-pankee iz delikatessen fur us. 435 00:33:30,076 --> 00:33:31,566 What did he say? 436 00:33:31,778 --> 00:33:34,576 Congratulations on your good work. 437 00:33:34,781 --> 00:33:38,080 Komen zee battle map looken. Big konfrontazhun. 438 00:33:38,518 --> 00:33:40,748 lz Cumberland English. 439 00:33:40,987 --> 00:33:43,353 lngoldsby Scottish. 440 00:33:43,556 --> 00:33:45,854 And all around Koenigseck! 441 00:33:47,727 --> 00:33:49,024 And iz what? 442 00:34:01,574 --> 00:34:03,872 Give the battle signal. 443 00:34:07,413 --> 00:34:09,881 Blue Attack postponed. 444 00:34:10,183 --> 00:34:12,378 Yellow Epidemic. 445 00:34:12,819 --> 00:34:15,219 Red Forward, attack! 446 00:34:16,256 --> 00:34:17,553 And white? 447 00:34:24,063 --> 00:34:27,294 Surrender. He won't hear of it. 448 00:34:30,270 --> 00:34:31,237 He'll have to. 449 00:34:31,771 --> 00:34:33,068 Hands up, everybody! 450 00:34:34,574 --> 00:34:36,872 - Me, prisoner? - The lot of you! 451 00:34:38,611 --> 00:34:39,976 Throw down your swords! 452 00:34:41,114 --> 00:34:43,514 Disarm them, tie them up. l love you. 453 00:34:44,050 --> 00:34:46,018 l love saying l love you. 454 00:34:46,219 --> 00:34:48,744 l love hearing it. My love. 455 00:34:50,523 --> 00:34:52,684 l'm taking you to Paris. 456 00:34:52,892 --> 00:34:54,291 We'll set up house. 457 00:34:54,560 --> 00:34:57,028 Paris real estate costs a fortune. 458 00:34:57,230 --> 00:35:00,859 - Who asked you? - l know where their treasure is. 459 00:35:01,567 --> 00:35:03,535 We'll open an inn The Golden Tulip. 460 00:35:03,736 --> 00:35:06,364 No, The Hemp Collar! 461 00:35:06,572 --> 00:35:08,540 Mein chateau iz nicht a barn! 462 00:35:08,975 --> 00:35:10,567 l'll make you my captain! 463 00:35:10,977 --> 00:35:13,309 l nabbed the traitor. 464 00:35:13,579 --> 00:35:14,705 - You're done for! - Pardon? 465 00:35:15,882 --> 00:35:17,110 He's the traitor! 466 00:35:17,750 --> 00:35:19,308 Sorry! He gambled, 467 00:35:19,519 --> 00:35:20,281 he lost. 468 00:35:20,486 --> 00:35:22,215 - At my signal... - Poor fool! 469 00:35:22,422 --> 00:35:24,890 Think for once! Why are you here? 470 00:35:25,992 --> 00:35:28,222 Because you pursued him. Why? 471 00:35:28,461 --> 00:35:30,053 You saw him pass. 472 00:35:30,330 --> 00:35:32,059 - Who went before? - Don't listen! 473 00:35:32,365 --> 00:35:34,765 l did! As prisoner of this traitor! 474 00:35:37,270 --> 00:35:40,569 - She's right. - So who was chasing whom, jackass? 475 00:35:40,940 --> 00:35:43,670 The right to error. Geneva convention! 476 00:35:44,844 --> 00:35:47,005 Dragoons to the rescue! 477 00:36:12,572 --> 00:36:15,871 - Where's the enemy? - Everywhere it shouldn't be. 478 00:36:16,075 --> 00:36:18,543 The work of that Corsini traitor! 479 00:36:19,912 --> 00:36:21,038 The Scots, Sire. 480 00:36:27,053 --> 00:36:29,886 Nothing for us! We needed a hymn! 481 00:36:30,423 --> 00:36:32,755 l fear we're lost. 482 00:36:33,793 --> 00:36:35,886 - There's another word... - Done for? 483 00:36:36,095 --> 00:36:37,392 Screwed? 484 00:36:37,764 --> 00:36:40,289 Cooked! That's it. We're cooked. 485 00:36:42,702 --> 00:36:44,329 Marshal... 486 00:36:46,039 --> 00:36:49,236 Let us attack. We shall perish with panache! 487 00:36:49,442 --> 00:36:53,003 The enemy must send a signal from Ziggenkrawczyk Tower. 488 00:36:53,546 --> 00:36:57,539 Protocol of 1028 revised in 1477 and modified last week. 489 00:37:01,287 --> 00:37:03,346 l recognize the fellow! 490 00:37:05,124 --> 00:37:06,523 Our dear Fanfan. 491 00:37:21,240 --> 00:37:22,605 The attack flag! 492 00:37:24,577 --> 00:37:25,703 Get the flag down! 493 00:37:31,751 --> 00:37:34,549 Your shirt. l need your shirt! 494 00:38:15,728 --> 00:38:17,218 lt's the end, Mr. Tulip: 495 00:38:17,396 --> 00:38:20,661 for your romance, your king, 496 00:38:21,167 --> 00:38:22,191 your army! 497 00:38:22,902 --> 00:38:24,426 At the count of 3, you die! 498 00:38:32,578 --> 00:38:35,513 What's that white thing? A flag? 499 00:38:37,650 --> 00:38:40,483 l'd say it was a shirt. Even... 500 00:38:40,753 --> 00:38:42,311 a white shirt! 501 00:38:42,522 --> 00:38:46,481 - A good sign? - Better yet, Sire. You win! 502 00:38:46,692 --> 00:38:48,489 Just like that? Without a battle? 503 00:38:48,694 --> 00:38:50,355 Not even a casualty. 504 00:38:50,563 --> 00:38:53,430 - lt counts? - An unmatchable triumph! 505 00:38:53,633 --> 00:38:55,828 lt'll go down in History! 506 00:38:56,135 --> 00:38:59,627 But isn't victory without risk like triumph without glory? 507 00:39:00,540 --> 00:39:02,906 Say, not bad! Jot that down. 508 00:39:55,027 --> 00:39:56,324 Monsieur, 509 00:39:56,662 --> 00:40:00,655 you shall be our guest until this tedious war is over... 510 00:40:01,834 --> 00:40:05,827 Our guest, as you won't be one of us. 511 00:40:06,038 --> 00:40:07,164 - What flair! - What a son! 512 00:40:07,373 --> 00:40:09,341 - What a neck! - What a shame! 513 00:40:09,542 --> 00:40:11,066 You and your Polish airs! 514 00:40:11,310 --> 00:40:17,180 Young friend, be my private general, with chateau, carriages, and pensions. 515 00:40:17,850 --> 00:40:20,182 You won't turn me down again? 516 00:40:20,386 --> 00:40:24,789 Your young friend is honored. But l must be master of my own fate. 517 00:40:25,825 --> 00:40:29,386 This woman, though no king's daughter, will be my queen. 518 00:40:30,396 --> 00:40:32,364 She'll reign over a few acres, 519 00:40:32,698 --> 00:40:35,531 my heart, and a few children, God willing. 520 00:40:35,968 --> 00:40:38,596 How lucky you are, to indulge your whims! 521 00:40:40,573 --> 00:40:41,699 Music! 522 00:40:44,377 --> 00:40:45,469 My hymn! 523 00:40:45,678 --> 00:40:48,146 That's what l call muscle! 524 00:40:53,419 --> 00:40:54,044 lt swings. 525 00:41:09,035 --> 00:41:14,166 With the end of this story came a period of peace for Europe 526 00:41:14,373 --> 00:41:18,503 that lasted 18 months. Or 18 days, no one remembers. 527 00:41:18,711 --> 00:41:21,839 But we all know peace never lasts. 528 00:41:22,048 --> 00:41:26,849 Except for Adeline and Fanfan, who lived happily ever after. 36868

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