If it wasn't, somebody would have knocked it off long ago.
I guess that's right. How did you know Pat was gonna hit you out there?
Well, it's the first time a sheriff ever wanted to shake hands with me.
- He heard you say "shake hands." - Huh?
How do you do, Mr. Horse? I'm pleased to meet you.
I'll swear, I didn't know he could do tricks.
What else can he do?
You back up there and I'll make him take those gloves right out of your belt.
Over that way a little.
Now back a little farther.
That's far enough, kid.
- This is new for you, ain't it? - What?
Bein' arrested for horse stealin'.
Doc, you know I didn't steal that horse any more than you did.
Billy, many a true word is spoken in jest.
This is something new for you too, isn't it, Doc?
Yeah, what's that?
The Great Doc Holiday getting someone else to help him.
And a policeman at that.
I can hardly believe it.
And after the way I've heard people talk about you ever since I was in short pants.
That's enough of that. Turn around.
- Now walk out that door. - Wait a minute.
Well, this thing don't seem to sit right on my stomach, no how.
Doc, you're not gonna back out on me?
I'd never hear the end of this.
Hold on! I'm not through with you yet.
Step aside, Doc. He may shoot me in the back.
They tell me that's the way you've given it to some of the boys.
Now, Pat, that's a pretty strong thing to say.
I never heard that.
Well, Mr. Garrett, if you believe that here's your chance to do the same to me.
I want the two of you out of this town by sundown.
That's all right, Doc.
You've got the right to choose your friends.
Shucks. I don't take kindly to that at all.
He knows there's no stage until tomorrow and he knows that I'm afoot.
- Not by a darn sight. - You mean that, son?
Sure. We'll dig you up another horse somewhere.
- I guess that's enough for me. - Cleaned out?
- Where you stoppin', son? - I got a room at the hotel.
Doc, could I see you a minute?
Sure. You might as well cash me in.
What's on your mind, son?
No offense, Doc, but that last ace you just drew What about it?
I got a feeling I saw it on the bottom of the deck.
- Are you sure? - Wouldn't have asked if I was.
That's where you showed good sense.
Here you are, Doc 640.
You could have paid four times for the horse and still saved money.
That's right. Hope you're satisfied now.
- You gonna turn in? - I think I will.
I'll walk down to the hotel with you. Good night, gents, and thanks.
If you're not already fixed up, you can bunk with me tonight.
No thanks, Billy.
I've got a girl. She and her aunt just moved into town.
I ain't got nothin', except that horse.
You can't fool me. A good-looking boy like you must have a girl somewhere.
No. I don't trust 'em.
You're pretty young to talk like that.
Well, I've known quite a few.
And they all did you dirty, eh, every one of them?
Yeah, every one of 'em.
That's too bad, Billy.
I guess things haven't been so easy for you, have they?
Tell you what I'm going to do.
Since that horse means so much to you, I'm going to make you a present of him.
That's awful nice of you. Thanks a lot.
All right. Good night. See you in the morning.
Just thought I'd say good night to the horse.
If you're all through, you might as well put him back in his stall.
Good night, Red. See you tomorrow.
He don't like mush.
Back in your stall, Red.
- That's my tobacco, isn't it? - I think it is.
You don't mind if I take that, do you?
Red, I think I'll bunk right here tonight, if you don't object.
Say, what is this anyway?
What are you shooting at me for?
Stop it. Cut it out, do you hear?
Can you understand English?
What's your name?