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Where you headin', mister?
That town called Rio Arriba?
-That's right.|-That's where I'm headin'.
Are you Mr Simms?
-Then I'm in time.|-For what?
The hangin'. Tomorrow, ain't it?
Yes. So just turn around and go back.
That's for the sheriff to decide.|Unbuckle your gun belt.
Give me your rifle.
Don't take the hand off the butt.
-Who is it?|-Shh. I don't know.
That's his office.
Picked him up on San Marcos Pass.|Said he came to see the hanging.
I told you not to let anybody through|except Simms. Get back and see you do it.
-Well, you got a name?|-Douglass.
Who are you lookin' for?
Did I say I was lookin' for somebody?
What do you want?
It's like your deputy said.
I come here to see the hangin'.
-Where did you ride in from?|-Winthrop.
Know the men who are gonna die?
You just like to watch hangings, is that it?
I'll keep your guns. You stay away|from this jail while you're in town.
-What time is the hangin'?|-Six o'clock in the mornin'.
-My name is Loomis. I own the bank.|-How do you do?
They shot my bank full of holes,|killed my teller.
But we caught 'em red-handed,|all four of 'em.
-No, sir. They didn't get a dime.|-When you hang 'em tomorrow, do it slow.
-Afraid you got me confused, young fella.|-Aren't you Mr Simms?
If you're not the hangman,|what are you doing here?
-Just passin' through.|-Maybe he came here to help 'em break out.
Just lookin' to feed my horse|and find a hotel room.
Sir, I'm the hotel clerk.|I can find you a room. May I take your horse?
-You didn't answer my question, mister.|-I didn't hear you ask one.
-What's your business here in Rio Arriba?|-Quinn! Put it down.
Ain't we got enough trouble|without you startin' more?
Folks are a bit edgy today.
Might be a good idea|for you to stay in the hotel.
All right, break it up.
-Yes, Father. Coming. Are you, Tom?|-Yeah, I'll be there.
Willie, take care of this horse.|Saturday, we gave 'em a fair trial.
We all thought you was him!
Well, it's not my line.
-Take my horse and I'll meet you at the store.|-Yes, Miss Josefa.
-It must be four years.|-It's closer to five.
It's me all right.
This is an occasion. It deserves a celebration.
-Yes, it does.|-Come on. I'll buy you a beer.
-Diego, dos cervezas, por favor.|-Si, seorita.
Let's sit here.
What brings you to Rio Arriba, Jim?
What are you doing here?
I have some business with the sheriff's office.
Have you been back to New Orleans?
-We had fun.|-Uh-huh.
Sometimes I wish mine were.
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