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Sarah Belding (Character)
from High Plains Drifter (1973)

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High Plains Drifter -- A mysterious gunfighter without a name rides across the desert landscape and arrives in the mining town beside the sea "Lago" to stay for the night. After gunning down three desperado's who tried to kill him, the town hires the gunfighter to help defend the town from three murderous outlaws, Stacey Bridges, Bill Borders and Cole Carlin who have been released from jail after they brutally whipped to death the town's local lawman Marshal Jim Duncan who is in his grave with a unmarked gravestone, the three outlaws set out to return to "Lago" to get their vengeance. Can the mysterious gunfighter without a name stop the three outlaws?
High Plains Drifter -- Trailer for High Plains Drifter

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From High Plains Drifter (1973)
Lewis Belding: Will you never understand, woman? That wasn't anything we wanted to do. When Duncan found out the mine was on government property... it was just a technicality, really, but he was determined to turn us in. Wouldn't listen to reason.
Sarah Belding: Is that why? Is that really why it happened?
Lewis Belding: Don't you see, Sarah? They would have closed down the mine. Do you know what would've happened to this town then? It would've been the end of everything we've worked on. All of it, all of us. And you too, wife. Sometimes we have to do what's necessary to do... for the good of everybody. That's the price of progress.
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