Hot Lead and Cold Feet Page #2

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
90 min

We've got a long journey

tomorrow. God bless.

- God bless.

- God bless.

1, 2!


You have a go at me now, Sam.

Oh, thank you, Billy.

Thank you.

Hold it!

Easy, Billy.

We know you're grievin'.

- We ain't lookin' for trouble.

- Well, you found it.

Next time,

it won't be your hardware.

It'll be your head.

Aw, quit shakin', Doc!

You made me miss.

I'm sorry, Billy.

I'm sorry.

Set 'em up again, Red Dog.

What's up, Ragsdale?

I'd like a little privacy.

You, come inside.

Wonder what he's gonna do when

he finds out he's got a brother.

Don't worry about a brother

that ain't gonna show up.

How's that?

Boys, you got a job to do.

[Cows mooing]

Marcus, look.

Something's coming.


It's a stagecoach.

The kind that gets held up.

I hope not.

Don't worry.

That's why the armory

is riding shotgun.

Eli, the stagecoach is here!


Yah! Yah! Go on!

Get goin', now!

Yah! Yah! Hah!

Come on, now!


Hey, you, there.

Shake a leg.

We ain't got all day, you...

You can take as long

as you want, Billy.

Just say the word,

and you got all day.

I beg your pardon?

You ain't gonna get

a quarrel outta us.


He dropped his gun.

Does this stagecoach

go to Bloodshy, please?

You bet your sweet life

it does.

Anyplace you say.

Bloodshy, Carson City,


You name it,

and that's where we're goin'.

We got nothin' but time.

There ain't no passengers

to bother ya.

I'd be obliged if you could

store that for me, please.


Thank you.

And that one.

I'll be back in a jiffy.

You just take your time.

Wild Billy's talkin'

peculiar, ain't he?

Probably liquored up

from grievin'.

Should we make a run for it?

I don't know.

He probably got 'em hid

under that coat.

Right, driver.

We're all in now.

Yes, sir.


[Whistles] Ho!

Let's go!

Yah! Yah!

Come on, now!

People sure seem polite

around here.

They even call you

by your first name.

Even if it's the wrong one.

I've noticed.

"Billy. "

I wonder why.

Hah hah! Come on, there!


Hah! Get along, there!


Go on, now!

Get along! Hah!


Hey, get outta there!

Ho! Ho!

Ho, there!


Ho, there!

Hey, you, there!

Get that thing

outta the way!


But first we got

a little business.


We ain't carryin' gold.

No, but you got

a passenger we want.

- You want him?

- Good luck.


I had a feelin'

we might need this.

You! Inside!

Come on out!

We got a surprise for ya!

What's he doin' out here?!

Heh. You kinda

took us by surprise.

Another one of your jokes,

Billy? Ha ha ha!

[Forced laughter]

Guess this one's on us.

We come all the way out here

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