Hot Lead and Cold Feet

Synopsis: This saga of the old west involves twin brothers who compete for possession of a rickety cow town founded by their father while a crooked Mayor tries to put an end to the competitors so he can inherit the town himself.
Director(s): Robert Butler
Production: Walt Disney Productions
 
IMDB:
6.1
G
Year:
1978
90 min
45 Views

% % May the best man win% %

% % Way out West, a rich, old man

had two such different sons% %

% % Eli spoke with Bible raised,

and Billy spoke with guns% %

% % Daddy Bloodshy left a will,

and Eli said, "Thats fair"% %

% % But Billy said,

"No, lets fight it out% %

% % So I can get your share"% %

% % May the best man win% %

% % The mayor said,

"Folks, lets work it out% %

% % by setting up a race"% %

% % And everyone said,

"Poor preacher man% %

% % Hell fall right

on his face"% %

% % Eli was a city boy,

and Billy knew the land% %

% % "Please dont go, "

the schoolmarms begged% %

% % But Eli took a stand% %

% % May the best man win% %

% % When they meet% %

% % Itll be like hot lead

and cold feet% %

% % When they meet% %

% % Itll be like hot lead

and cold feet on that street% %

% % Itll be like hot lead

and cold feet% %

% % Hot lead and cold feet,

hot lead and cold feet% %

% % May the best man win% %

% % Daddy Bloodshy left a will,

and Eli said, "Thats fair"% %

% % But Billy said,

"No, lets fight it out% %

% % So I can get your share"% %

% % May the best man win% %

% % When they meet% %

% % Itll be like hot lead

and cold feet% %

% % When they meet% %

% % Itll be like hot lead

and cold feet on that street% %

% % Itll be like hot lead

and cold feet% %

% % Hot lead and cold feet,

hot lead and cold feet% %

% % Hot lead and cold feet% %

% % Hot lead and cold fe-e-e-et% %

[Wind howling]

No man should

have to face mornin'

or old man Bloodshy sober.

That's a good idea.

Why don't you wait here,

and I'll go and get us a drink?

It'd been better if I'd thought

of it five minutes ago.

Whoa, whoa, whoa.

Whoa.

Whoa, there.

We are here, sir.

Here, I'll give you a hand.

You do,

and you'll get my foot,

you jailhouse jellyfish.

Mind the wind, sir.

And mind your business,

Mansfield.

[Howling continues]

Great glory.

Take a look at that sight,

will ya?

Mine.

Bloodshy territory

as far as the eye can see.

The doctors

are quite concerned.

How much time does he have?

According to the doctors,

if he doesn't take care

of himself, it will be soon.

How much time if he does

take care of himself?

They give me

at least two days.

And that's why we're here.

To get a last look at what

I'm leaving to my heirs.

Heirs?

The land, the town, the money.

When you say "heirs,"

you do mean your son

Wild Billy, don't ya?

When I say "heirs,"

I mean just that.

I found my other boy.

Many years ago,

I grew a might too wild

for my bride's

highfalutin ways.

So one day, she up

and ran off back to England,

taking half my sons.

Half?

You mean you got two boys?

Traced him to Philadelphia.

This town needs another

Wild Billy

like it needs an earthquake.

You eat them words afore I pound

your face into a flapjack.

We better write a new will

so everything's fair.

You can stick your quill

back in the goose.

I already writ out my will.

And you ain't gettin' it

until I'm ready to go.

But a new will?

Mansfield, what do you know

about this?

Absolutely nothing, sir.

I never heard of it.

What are we gonna do?

Will you wait a minute

while I think about this?

There's gotta be an answer.

Whoa!

- Bloodshy!

- Bloodshy!

[British accent]

2, 3, 4.

[Upbeat music plays]

% % Oh, something good

is bound to happen% %

% % When love is in your heart% %

% % For love and human kindness% %

% % Is where good things

always start% %

% % Theres goodness

in your neighbors% %

% % Theres goodness

close at hand% %

% % Oh, lets spread love

and goodness% %

% % Over all this blessed land% %

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