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不可饶恕Unforgiven 03

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Might be he's waiting for some cowboy to touch his pistol...
...so he can shoot him.
Is that a fact, mister?
You English Bob?
Pheasants.
Let's shoot some pheasants.
Ten shots.
At, let's say, $1 a pheasant.
I'll shoot for the Queen, and you...
...for whomever.
That's eight for me and one for you.
That comes to seven American dollars.
Pretty damn good shooting...
...for a John Bull.
No doubt your aim was affected by your grief...
...over the injury to your President.
It's the climate that does it. That, and the infernal distances.
Does what?
Induces people to shoot persons in high places.
It's uncivilized shooting persons of substance.
Thank you.
Pardon me, gentlemen.
The law obliges you to surrender sidearms to the proper authorities.
Proper authority?
I assure you that neither my companion or I carry firearms on our person.
We rely upon the goodwill of our fellow man...
...and the forbearance of reptiles.
Unarmed, my ass!
Christ, it's hot!
If I'm going to get shot, I'd rather it was hot than cold.
Everything hurts me more when it's cold. You know how if you hit your-
Shut up, Fatty!
Clyde's back.
With Little Bill? No.
Shit!
You clean my Remington? Cleaned and loaded.
Where's Little Bill?
Building his damn porch.
Building his porch?
If you got shot, would you want it to be hot or cold?
I ain't going to get shot.
He's coming?
Of course he's coming.
I just loaded that.
I trust nobody loading my guns if I'm shooting.
What'd he say?
Little Bill said he was building his porch.
You seen that thing? It was all loaded.
Clyde, you got three pistols and you only got one arm!
I don't want to get killed for lack of shooting back.
He don't have a straight angle on that whole porch!
Or the whole house, for that matter!
He is the worst damn carpenter.
He didn't say nothing?
Asked what they looked like.
Maybe he's tough but he sure ain't no carpenter.
Maybe he ain't so tough.
Seem like he was scared?
Little Bill? Him scared?
We never seen him up against any like these ones.
Killers.
Little Bill come out of Kansas and Texas, boys.
He worked them tough towns.
Just wondered.
Anybody could be scared.
He wasn't scared, boys.
He just ain't no carpenter.
There's a dignity in royalty...
...which precludes the likelihood of assassination.
If you pointed a pistol...
...at a monarch, your hands would shake as if palsied.
I wouldn't point no pistol at nobody.
That's a wise policy.
But if you did, I assure you, the sight of royalty...
...would cause you to dismiss thoughts of bloodshed. You would stand...
...how should I put it...
...in awe.
A President... Why not shoot a President?
Keep the change.
This Strawberry Alice person, tell me again.
Down the street to Greely's Beer Garden and Billiards Parlor.
Say you want a game of billiards.
Billiards? Even though I don't really wish to play?
No matter. They burned the table in '78 for firewood.
Quite right.
Mr. Beauchamp, I think a cup of tea-
Hello, Bob.
Boys, this here is English Bob.
Shit and fried eggs!
Been a long time.
Run out of Chinamen?
I thought that you were dead.
You've shaved your chin whiskers off.
I was tasting the soup two hours after I ate it.
Actually, what I heard was you...
...fell off your horse, drunk, of course.
And that you broke your bloody neck.
I heard that one myself, Bob.
Hell, I even thought I was dead.
Till I found out I was just in Nebraska.
Who's he?
W.W. Beauchamp.
This is Little Bill Daggett.
And friends, of course.
From Newton, Hays? From Abilene?
In person.
You work for the railroads too?
I write.
Letters?
Books, Bill. Books.
Actually...
...he's my biographer.
I wouldn't do that if I were you.
It's only a book.
A book?
That means you boys can read.
That means you saw the signs outside town saying surrender your firearms.
But like you told young Andy...
...you're not armed, are you?
Not really, Bill.
Got a Peacemaker, but that wouldn't worry you, would it?
If you don't see it. Or better, if you don't hear it.
I'm afraid so, Bob.
I don't like firearms around.
Be very careful with it, sonny.
See what kind of books Mr. Beauchamp is packing.
Make sure you don't get wet.
No shit.
All he's got is writing stuff and this book.
The Duck of Death?
Duke.
The Duke.
Good afternoon, gentlemen.
I'll have that. 32, Bob.
Now, Little Bill...
...you will leave me at the mercy of my enemies.
Enemies?
You been talking about the Queen again?
On Independence Day?
I guess you think I'm kicking you.
But it ain't so!
What I'm doing is talking!