Red Sun

Synopsis: The Japanese ambassador is traveling through the Wild West by train, when gangsters hold up the train, to rob a gold shipment. They also carry an ancient Japanese sword the ambassador was carrying as a present for the US president. The ambassador's bodyguard (Toshiro Mifune) will go after them, with the aid of one of the gang's leaders betrayed by his pals...
Genre: Action, Western
Director(s): Terence Young
Production: Les Films Corona
112 min

By 1860 Japan had already opened

her doors to the rest of the world

and the first ambassador to

Washington had arrived only after

alongand perilous voyage by sea.

Ten years later, despite the new

railroad from San Francisco,

Ambassador Sakaguchi, Lord of Bizen

was to find that besides the peril

of the voyage by sea,

there were further danger to

be faced on land, on theirway

through the West.

Okay men, all out,

take your positions Come on.

Take it down Didn't you hear me?

Look at the engine,

but don't get dirty.

All right.

Why all the soldiers, Sargent?

Must be somebody pretty important

in that car.

Yes sir, the Ambassadorfrom Japan.

Japanese, how interesting.

God almighty, just you look at that.


All aboard All aboard

All aboard All aboard All aboard.

All aboard All aboard.

Hold it Link Now just take off

your belt one handed.

Since when you turn

bounty hunter, Stone?

Since the price went up on you.

Looks like it worked.

Yeah, you always was stupid.

Now, jump.

What, me?



Bye Sheriff.

Right on time

I make this trip once a month.

That wind out there

don't blow up a duster.

We'll be in Santa Fe before noon.

Yeah, if the ground don't crack open

and swallow us all up.

Do you mind?


Folks, me and my friend is

going to put on alittle wild

west show for you.

Some you might have heard about me

It's called a hold up.

Now don't get scared or do anything

stupid and you'll be all right.

Just relax And enjoy yourselves.

Keep your seats.

Help me, help me Oh oh oh

Don't anybody move.

Hey there, get them off

get them damn muttons

off the tracks.

Clear the tracks.

Yes sir.

Corporal, clear the tracks

I told you to do it.

Yes, sir.

All right, get the hell out of my way

Hey, did you hearwhat I said?

Get them off, get them

God damned sheep off the line.

Don't you understand, anything.

I understand, Senor.

Give me that.



All right, all right.

Adelante, adelante.


Venga, venga.

Hey, wait, wait for us.

Come on, come, come.


You're welcome

Hold it, stop it.

Now folks,

we come to the main attraction,

my assistants are going to

take up a collection

Justlike they do in church.

All right, all right,

I'm getting it out as fast as I can.

That's all we need is

a nervous dynamite man.

Sorry Link, I'll watch it.

Okay, everybody out Let's go.

Get all on the ground.

Hey you, come on.

Jump down Over here.

Open up in there.

That's enough.

All right, you have five

seconds to open up that door.

Get a move on, come on, come on, Hunt.

Well, Hunt for God's sake.

Get back.

Murdering bastards.

Amen, brother.

All right, blow it.

Yeah, give me three sticks.

You two better get out.

Ladies and gentlemen, this is the

end of the line There's yourway back to

the US Armies waiting to protect you

So, would you please start walking.


And four more for me.

How did we do?

About as expected.

Four hundred thousand?

Uh, give or take a dollar.

Quite a haul for you,

eh Link One third.

Yah, not bad forwork

on the Sabbath, huh?

Now when do we divy up?

Like we said in San Lucas.

Why not now, then we can separate.

Hunt, you've been shaking

like a tree full of owls

right from the start.

What the hell's the matterwith you?

I got a bad feeling.

About what?

Just bad, that's all.

Well look, Hunt, no worry,

you'll get your cut

Link will be sure of that.

It ain't him I'm worried about.

Meaning what?

Meaning the both of you shut up.

Gauche, make sure everything's

all right outside.

Anything you say, General.

Then I want to check out that private car.

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Laird Koenig

Laird Koenig (born September 24, 1927 in Seattle, Washington) is an American author. His best-known work is The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane, a novel published in 1974. The novel was adapted into a film of the same name starring Jodie Foster. He also wrote a play based on the novel. more…

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