The clip English Bob and Little Bill from Unforgiven (1992) with Gene Hackman, Richard Harris
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.
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1.Rugrats in Paris: The Movie Trailer
2.Nick Jr. Video Promo
3.The Little Bear Movie Trailer
4.Rugrats Decade in Diapers Trailer
5.Little Bill Books Promo
7.FBI Warning Screen
8.Paramount Pictures Logo
9.Nick Jr Ident
10.Face And Little Bill
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The clip Ned is dead from Unforgiven (1992)
He went south. We'll catch up.
What do you mean?
He went south yesterday. He ain't dead.
They killed him. I thought you knew.
Nobody killed Ned!
He didn't kill anyone, he went south!
Why would anybody kill Ned?
Who killed him?
The boys caught him. Little Bill beat him up.
He was making him answer questions and beating him up, then Ned just died.
They got a sign on him says he was a killer.
In front of Greely's.
A sign on him in front of Greely's!
These questions he was asking what were they?
About where you and him was.
A cowboy come in saying you killed Quick Mike in the shithouse at the Bar T.
So Little Bill killed him for what we done?
Not on purpose.
But he started hurting him worse.
Making him tell stuff.
First, Ned wouldn't talk.
The clip Ned is dead Part 2 from Unforgiven (1992)
Then Little Bill hurt him so bad, he said who you was.
He said how you was really William Munny out of Missouri...
Little Bill said, "The same William Munny who dynamited the railroad in '69, killing women and children?"
Ned said you done a lot worse and was more cold-blooded than William Bonney.
Said if he hurt Ned again, you'd come kill him like you killed the U.S. Marshal in '70.
The clip The Kid leaves town from Unforgiven (1992)
Take this money and give my share and Ned's share to my kids.
Tell them if I ain't back in a week, to give half to Sally Two Trees.
You keep the rest. Get them spectacles.
You'll go kill Little Bill?
Stay clear of folks you see.
A lot will want to hang you.
The clip Beauchamp and Munny from Unforgiven (1992)
I'm shot! I've been shot!
You ain't shot.
I don't have a gun. I am not armed.
Pick up that rifle.
Pick it up.
You killed Little Bill.
You ain't armed?
I'm not. I don't have a gun.
I've never had a gun. I'm a writer!
Letters and such? -Books.
The clip Beauchamp tells the tale from Unforgiven (1992) with Saul Rubinek
I don't believe it, you killed five men. Single-handed.
That's a Spencer rifle, right?
Who'd you kill first?
"When confronted by superior numbers an experienced gunfighter will fire on the best shot first."
Little Bill said that. You probably killed him first.
I was lucky in the order.
I'm always lucky when it comes to killing folks.
Who was next? Clyde, right?
You killed Clyde, or was it Deputy Andy...
All I can tell you is who'll be last.
The clip Munny's revenge from Unforgiven (1992) with Anthony James, Gene Hackman
Who owns this shithole?
I own this establishment.
I bought it from Greely for a thousand dollars.
Clear out of there.
Sir, you are a cowardly son-of-a-bitch!
You just shot an unarmed man.
He should've armed himself if he's going to decorate his saloon with my friend.
You'd be William Munny out of Missouri killer of women and children.
I've killed women and children.
I killed just about everything that walks or crawls.
And I'm here to kill you, Little Bill.
For what you did to Ned.
You boys better move away.
Gentlemen he's got one barrel left.
When he fires that, use your pistols and shoot him down like the mangy scoundrel he is!
The clip Ned and the Kid escape from Unforgiven (1992)
Know what to tell Little Bill?
Look sharp for that lone pine.
Don't miss it.
Not the shirt! Put his boots on!
What are we going to do about Will?
Come on! Let's hope them horses are still there!
The clip Bob leaves Big Whiskey from Unforgiven (1992) with Gene Hackman, Richard Harris
Give these keys to the conductor.
He can loose Bob's cuffs as soon as he's outside the county.
Got my pistols?
I guess you know, Bob, that if I see you again I'll just shoot in self-defense.
I didn't steal your biographer!
He's staying on his own account!
He can go stuff himself as well, can't he?!
A plague on the whole stinking lot of you!
Without morals or laws!
And all you whores! You got no laws and no honor!
It's no wonder you all emigrated to America!
They wouldn't have you in England!
You're a lot of savages!
You're all a bunch of bloody savages! A curse on you!
Nobody's going to come after what Little Bill done to that Englishman.
Delilah, can't you get them tables clean?
Cover your face, somebody might hump you and you wouldn't have to clean.
What do they call that face cover?
Yeah. Get a veil!
The clip Bill tells his stories from Unforgiven (1992)
"No, no! You're wrong, Little Bill!" he said.
"That's not the Curly J. That's a Bobbed J!"
He had changed it over. And I said to him "Jim, you're a liar and a horse thief!"
He saw nobody would help him none.
He went to start crying and sobbing and just carrying on.
He said, "God, please, don't kill me, Bill!
Please don't kill me!"
I said, "It makes me sick..."
Open the window.
"...to see a man carrying two pistols and a Henry rifle and crying like a damn baby."
So... you killed him?
But I should have.
The clip Munny and Delilah from Unforgiven (1992) with Anna Levine
I thought I was gone.
I wouldn't normally pay no notice to high country like this.
Trees. But I'm sure noticing now.
Thought I was dying for sure.
I brought your hat.
You left it down at Greely's.
That sheriff still looking for me?
No, he thinks you went south.
Are you really going to kill them cowboys?
Still a payment coming, isn't there?
The other two, your friends they're taking advances on the payment.
Alice and Silky been giving them free ones.
Would you like a free one?
I guess not.
I didn't mean with me. I meant Alice and Silky would give you a free one if you wanted.
That's all I meant.
I didn't mean I didn't want a free one because you been cut up.
The clip Bill makes a point from Unforgiven (1992) with Gene Hackman
I'll have that.32, Bob.
Now, Little Bill.
You will leave me at the mercy of my 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!
Talking to all them villains in Kansas!
To all those villains in Missouri!
And those villains down in Cheyenne!
I'm saying there ain't no whore's gold!
Even if there was, they don't want to come for it anyhow!
The clip Preparing the guns from Unforgiven (1992) with Jefferson Mappin, Ron White
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.
If you hit your thumb... -Shut up, Fatty!
I only said... -Clyde's back.
With Little Bill? -No.
You clean my Remington? -Cleaned and loaded.
Where's Little Bill, for chrissake?
Building his damn porch.
Building his porch?
If you got shot, would you want it to be a hot or cold day?
I ain't going to get shot.
Of course he's coming.
I just loaded that.
I don't trust nobody to load my guns for a shooting.
What he say?
Little Bill said he was building his porch.
You seen that thing?
It was all loaded.
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.
The clip The deputies doubt Bill from Unforgiven (1992)
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.
Little Bill come out of Kansas and Texas, boys.
He worked them tough towns.
Anybody could be scared.
He wasn't scared, boys.
He just ain't no carpenter.