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Come on. Let's get.
Well, hiya, Bill.
Hiya, Murray. Hiya, Captain.
How 'bout a splash of hot java?
Coming up. Hiya, Doc.
How are you, Baggs?
Why, you old ticket puncher, I thought
you'd pulled the pin on us and left.
Sure have, Murray. Got myself as
pretty a piece of land as you ever saw.
Say, who's the new brakie?
Him? Oh, that's Willie Figg.
Willie, meet Mr. Murray Sinclair, our
wrecking boss. Glad to know ya, Willie.
And don't forget, Willie. When you pile 'em up,
What are you doing out this way,
Murray? There was a wreck, wasn't there?
Nah. Just a rock slide and a broken
arm. Lost a couple of empties.
- No. Hardly. Hardly.
- You sound disappointed, Murray.
It ain't like the old days, Bill.
The roadbed's as flat as a pool table.
All this new equipment, inspections
every time you turn around...
In a few years, we'll be railroading in
"Barton Brothers held up Cheyenne
Express last week. Guard murdered.
Barton's heading your vicinity. "
Why, the dirty, murdering snakes.
Yeah, but look what else it says:
'Give him every cooperation.
Signed, P.L. Bucks, President."
Let me see that.
Good old Smitty.
Now, there's a guy.
You know him?
You hear that?
He asked me do I know him. Why, we were
practically weaned off the same bottle.
right here on this division.
us in the payroll car. Sure.
A couple of years, me and Smitty
roomed together at Emmy's. Remember?
Yeah. Yeah. That was before
Marian and I were married.
Now he's way up there...
Guys like Smitty
they don't make anymore.
What's he like? Well, he's
sort of quiet and gentle-like.
eye. Then he's like a rattler.
Why, I've seen him toss six slugs into a gent's
Yeah, but why do they
call him "Whispering Smith"?
Sonny boy, if you ever run off
with the company payroll...
What in the blazes? What does
Hey, you, Willie. Get forward and
tell that hogger to keep rollin'.
Maybe somebody's trying to flag us
Better get back.
Looking for someone?
Smitty! Smitty, we were
How are ya, anyhow? Get away
from me, you big buffalo.
What have you been doing
with yourself? Hello, Baggy.
Hiya, Cap. Well, Doc, this
is just like coming home.
Come here, sweetheart. Let me look
at you. Boy, it's good to see you.
You too, Murray. Here. Let me
help you off with these wet things.
Get him a cup of coffee, Cap. You
Sit him down. What's the matter with
you? Don't you like horses anymore?
Sure. I had one,
but they shot it out from under me.
Yeah. The Bartons.
How do you know?
They won't get very far in this weather. The
way I see it, they'll hole up in Williams Canyon.
Then maybe you'll be around
for a spell, huh? Maybe.
That's great. Boy, when I take you home, Marian's
gonna just naturally fall flat on her face.
How is Marian? Wait till you see
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