You're not worried about me if I tangle with Garrett, are you?
Fights pretty good.
I know him better than you do.
All right, if he's so good then you'll get your horse back, won't you?
Say, I never thought of that.
What's the matter?
- Lend me a hundred. - I never lend money in a poker game.
But I'd be glad to have you put up the horse for a hundred.
I guess you would.
Care for a bite to eat, boys? A little hand of poker?
No thanks, Doc.
Were you in there when it happened?
No. But listen, Pat, he pulled on Billy first.
- How do you know? - His gun was on the floor.
That don't prove nothing.
Pat, you've got an ugly temper and you're letting it get the best of you.
You have no right to hold Billy for this killing, and you know it.
You're just sore at him, that's all.
Doc, I'm gonna give you a chance to stay out of this.
- Thanks. - Your horse is outside. Get on him.
- Good luck to you. - Same to you.
What are you waitin' for?
He's waiting for those chickens of yours to hatch.
Are you gonna put up a fight?
I'll tell you one thing.
I ain't going to jail for no killing I was pushed into.
- Thanks, Doc. - What are you trying to do?
I still think that fella pulled first on Billy.
Are you throwing off on me again? Then what do you call it?
Since I figure that this is a personal matter between you and Billy I don't think you ought to bring in all this hired help.
I only did that to keep Billy from putting up a fight so I wouldn't have to kill him.
Do you stuff birds too?
You're making a big mistake turning on an old friend, all because of a little snip who's never given anybody nothing except the back of his hand.
Come on. Let's get out of here before this hothead makes us plug him.
He ain't gonna run me out of town.
If you wanna hold the fort while I ride off on your little horse it's all right with me.
Well, since you put it that way.
Take it easy, Pat.
Doc, this finishes you and me for good and all.
- Can you get up, son? - I don't know.
- Can you make it to the horse? - I think so.
Did you see what that little horse did, pulling me out like that?
He's a regular bird dog. I gotta get you under cover some place.
Charlie, you better stay here and have a look around town.
That kid's got a bullet in him. He ain't going far. Let's go.
Get these horses out of sight.
This is Billy the Kid. He got a bad one on the left side but the bullet didn't hit anything vital and it came out in the back.
Don't move him at all or the bleeding will start again.
I guess you better cut his clothes off.
Put a bandage on the wound and see that it's always moist.
Keep him warm and dry. If he gets a chill, he's a goner.
If he goes out of his head, tie him down.
The neighbors hear him yelling, tell them your aunt has smallpox.
That'll keep them away.
I guess that's all.
Now do your best for this boy.
If I can't come back, I'll send word where I am.
And Billy can bring you along.
Face like a baby.
He's no hotter than your brother Julio was.
He's soaking wet again.
Get me some sheets, Aunt Guadalupe.
Get them yourself.
- What's the matter with you? - I wouldn't lift a finger for him.
What's the matter?
- Been lookin' for him around here. - Well, ain't that too bad.
Chico, what's the matter with you?
He smells the blood.
He was just getting ready to peck his eyes out.
You stay out of here.
- Your name McDonald? - What do you wanna know for?
Why don't you wanna tell me?
- Yes, that's my name. Why? - Your father's name is Woodruff. Charlie Woodruff.
I used to work for him when he was Tom Motsacoro.
Oh, yes. I guess I was a little girl then.
- Charlie! - Aunt Guadalupe!
- How you been? - Very well. Thank you.
-最近怎么样?- - - - - -很好。谢谢你！
You're getting fat as a pig.
- What are you doing up here? - I've been working with the sheriff.
We're looking for Billy the Kid.
You get out of here!
- Come in and sit down. - Some other time.
I'll drop in the first chance I get.
- What's wrong with that bird? - Nothing.
I have a hen sitting under the bed and he likes to peck at her.
- Want me to get him out of there? - No. Everything's all upset in there.
We just got up. Good-bye. I'm glad to have seen you.
Same here. So long, Aunt Guadalupe.
- I'll walk down a ways with you. - No, you won't. Lunch is all ready.