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[after shooting down two bad guys
: Mine hit the ground first. Taw Jackson
: Mine was taller.
: Maybe prison took some of the starch out of you?
[Taw shoots a withering glare at the deputy who shrinks back
] Taw Jackson
: Where's Lomax? Wes Fletcher
: In Rondado... at the Oriental Palace. Billy Hyatt's in Chabisco. Taw Jackson
: Levi? Wes Fletcher
: He's down by Mesquitte with Colita's gang. Taw Jackson
: What about the shipment? Wes Fletcher
: The big one's four days from now. Taw Jackson
: Doesn't give us much time.
: What made you think I wouldn't kill you? Taw Jackson
: Curiosity. Lomax
: Well, you're still alive. Now what's to keep you that way? Taw Jackson
: Money. Lomax
: How much? Taw Jackson
: Your share will be over a hundred thousand. Lomax
: That's what I've always said the world needs... more simple understanding to bring people together!
: Did you know why Pierce wanted you to kill me? Lomax
: Sure, so he could legally steal your land once he found there was gold on it. You were a hard-working rancher defending your property, yet it's you who gets shot, framed and sent to jail. I always thought that was kind of amusing. Taw Jackson
: Well, it's nice to find a fellow with a keen sense of humor.
: Well, I guess you don't know about his new toy - a little iron-plated thing he calls "The War Wagon." Taw Jackson
: It takes an average shipment of fifty thousand in gold from Emmett to the railhead in El Paso 43 1/2 miles away. Lomax
: Then there are a few guards... Taw Jackson
: Thirty-three of 'em. Twenty-eight outriders and five in the coach. Each man is armed with a Henry repeating rifle, two Colts and two hundred rounds of ammunition. Lomax
: What's all this got to do with me? Taw Jackson
: We're going to take that wagon. Lomax
: We are? Have you taken a look lately at the cemetery in Emmett? There's a bunch of cheap wooden crosses in one corner all kind of crowded in together. That's the tribute to the last fools who tried to stop The War Wagon. Like facts? A dollar fifteen for the casket, twelve cents for the crosses - Pierce foots the bill. A dollar twenty seven seems a poor price for a man's life - especially mine.
: In four days, Pierce is going to make the biggest gold shipment ever made out of the territory - a half a million dollars. Lomax
: How are we goin' to take it? With the Prussian army? Taw Jackson
: With three other fellas. Five of us. Lomax
: Five. I'm kind of glad I didn't kill you tonight - you're funny as hell!
[Lomax agrees to join Taw Jackson's gang
: One condition. Taw Jackson
: What's that? Lomax
: My time from now till the robbery costs you one hundred dollars a day... if I fire my gun - five hundred. Lomax
: Haven't got that kind of money. Lomax
: I'll take a marker against your share of the gold. Taw Jackson
: It's a deal.
: Do you always wear a gun over your underwear? Taw Jackson
: Just lately.
: You got a bargain, Big Man. Taw Jackson
: How's that? Lomax
: Two five-hundred dollar days for the price of one.
: Don't let anything happen to ya. Taw Jackson
: Not likely.
Levi Walking Bear
: Dumb Indians! Taw Jackson
: Looks like they're getting ready to move out. Levi Walking Bear
: They are. Squaws, old men, children - Pierce has starved them out. He'll have all the land now. Taw Jackson
: What about Wild Horse? Levi Walking Bear
: He and the warriors are stayin', but Pierce will hunt them down, too. Dumb Indians. Taw Jackson
: And you're smart? Levi Walking Bear
: Sure! Because I've learned to live in the white man's world and do what they do. Grab all you can, anytime you can.
[Taw and Levi negotiate with Chief Wild Horse for his warriors' assistance in their attack on The War Wagon
] Levi Walking Bear
: He says your enemy is his enemy. Taw Jackson
: Good! Levi Walking Bear
: No. He says he will lose too many braves. Taw Jackson
: Ask him, "Does he ride with warriors, or women?"
: You know, Pierce upped the ante on you. You're worth twelve thousand to me... dead. Taw Jackson
: And a hundred thousand alive. Lomax
: One's a gamble, the other's a sure thing. Taw Jackson
: Lomax, nothing's a sure thing. Lola
: [from the bedroom
] Precious? Lomax
: Well, I didn't feel much like shooting you this morning anyway... partner. Taw Jackson
: Neither did I... precious.
: Let me show you somethin'. You ever seen a shell like this before? Taw Jackson
: Yeah. Wes Fletcher
: Well, I took in ten thousand rounds to Pierce last week. Taw Jackson
: Hmm. Gatling gun.
: The plans have changed. The Kid wants to use nitro. Lomax
: Nitroglycerine? Taw Jackson
: Which is in a safe that you'll have to open. Lomax
: Forget it! I'm not gonna be anywhere near that drunk kid and nitro. Taw Jackson
: Lomax, that cuts it! Nobody takes a half a million sittin' on their backside. You'll either quit acting like a prima donna or we'll call the whole thing off. Lomax
: All right, but it'll cost you two thousand dollars more of your share.
[during the fight with Wild Horse's braves, the wagon with the stolen gold hidden in the flour barrels flips over spilling it's contents among the grateful Indian women
: They're picking it clean! Why didn't you stop 'em? Taw Jackson
: Well, just how do I go about that? Levi Walking Bear
: I'm afraid Taw's right, Lomax. They'll fight you. Lomax
: Shut up, you Indian! Levi Walking Bear
: I know my people. To them it's flour. Lomax
: Flour? What about the gold? Levi Walking Bear
: As far as they know, it's just food.
: How much is there and what did you do with it? Taw Jackson
: A hundred thousand. I hid it. Lomax
: Where? Taw Jackson
: I'll let you know in about six months. Lomax
: Six months? I want it now! Taw Jackson
: Now it wouldn't be smart to start flashing gold dust around right after a robbery would it? Lomax
: What am I supposed to do in the mean time, huh? Taw Jackson
: Well, for one thing, you better make damned sure I stay alive. Lomax
: That's a twenty-four hour a day job! Taw Jackson
: That's your problem... partner.
[after knocking out one of Pierce's henchmen, Taw reclaims his stolen pistol
] Taw Jackson
: The shells in here...
] Taw Jackson
: ...belong to him. You tell him he can come and get 'em... *any* time!
: Well... Taw Jackson
Levi Walking Bear
: [at the bar
] Whiskey! I said, Whiskey! Bartender
: We don't serve Indians here. Levi Walking Bear
: Then I serve myself.
[pours drink for himself and Lomax
] Levi Walking Bear
: Join me. Lomax
: Thanks. Taw Jackson
: [Levi pours drink for Jackson
] No thanks. Levi Walking Bear
: You too good to drink with Indian? Taw Jackson
: That's right.
[Levi puts bottle down, hits Jackson, starts bar fight