Kidnapped (1978) Part 5

Kidnapped (1978) Part 5

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[Music] [Applause] [Music] [Applause] [Music] kidnapped aboard a slave ship bound for America through the connivance of my uncle Ebenezer rescued by the intervention of the Highland rebel Alan Breck Stewart I survived storm and
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shipwreck [Music] [Music] [Music] Leonardo gazes your higher bar mother it's better than being in ions on a kingship just holy captain save ourselves before we start killing each other [Applause] [Music]
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[Applause] [Music] [Music] [Music] who is it who's there [Music]
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[Music] [Applause] [Music] if it's money he won't take my puffs those little enough in it where did you come by this it was given to me by a friend what name did he bear Alan Breck Stewart how do I know you did
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not steal do you know of Alan Breck what chance would I have steal from such a man in still life where you've drawn with shipwrecked well being taken as a slave to the Carolinas and where you burn anywhere I can find food and a nice logic I'm fair starvin if it's the mainland you want you'd best head for the ferry at Taurus II in the morning
07:52
thank you your friend Alan Breck will be two days walk ahead of you by now you've seen him then they heard he passed through some sailors came after him but he still lost well that's good news but when you leave here in the morning I will know nothing of you not he and you have not slept here this night are you clear on that I'm not a wanted man I told you I was kidnapped I know not who you are but you have a rebel friend and a silver
08:26
button to prove it did go in with you if you fell into the hands of the Redcoats I've nothing to fear from the Redcoats I'm no rebel no more am i but it's enough these days for a Highlander to be seen wearing the kilt and played without it dyed that colored of feet were sewn into seismic bricks I was a farmer once with a wife and five acres till the English came now I'm nothing [Music] girl Barbara James Morris dr. Katrina
09:03
Drummond she waits here for her father whenever you summon them to be questioned pretty lass but heshes such a rogue as her father perhaps into a lot advocate mr. James Moore mr. Colin Campbell is here an order Preston Grange the red fox is in your study with the lawyer mr. Mungo Campbell very well you shall see this prisoner shopping Thank
09:30
You Lord Advocate with what in mind father politics my dear [Music] mr. Campbell does not often we see you here in Edinburgh I wouldn't have easy answer it's a business for not urgent how urgent rebellion sir no less you exaggerate the Jacobites will never rise again Lima has otherwise rumor is a
10:18
Jade's then I agents from France in the highlands one Alan Breck Stewart we know of him if there is one there may be others Alan Breck is here only to collect illegal rents or so am inform last reason in itself indeed and I look to you Colin Campbell to bring him the book so far he has slipped through your fingers and his no doubt safely back in France my agents tell me otherwise he was seen two days ago on my heading back to what is happing excellent then
10:49
you have him new tech Clarence with me gentlemen not no sir we have to right back to the Highlands today I will myself if you've no objection I propose to take more troops for the search the garrison at Fort William is sorry stretched as the Kings agent Campbell I would have thought you had enough influence to arrange fresh troops for yourself I have sir but I need more than that I need warrants to dispossessed
11:21
those Highland tenants who have been paying extra rent elemex then you shall have them but you spoke just now of rebellion we said milord there are rumors about what we badly need is information you wouldn't have a sort of spies gamble come to the point and a point sir is that prisoner you have there out sight James Ward the Gregor despite being held in a tollbooth prison he still has close contacts with the
11:51
Jacobites in hiding we could make use of that knowledge turn him round to our side you mean believe me gentlemen I frequently tried to win him over but so far I have failed [Music] the ship was wrecked right what about the money
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it was lost aust a little be little more forthcoming not be another French ship of the Western Isles for a while so it's to the east coast let me know in letter make haste I hear that Colin Campbell is going to Edinburgh to raise fresh troops has he not not enough troops already well he's scaring them with talk of you raising another rebellion I only wish I were
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that dreams over Allan and I can't hide you here the hunt is up for you all over up and they haven't caught me yet I'm surprised that you stand out like a facing the cook I'll get you something plainer no there's been enough suffering in the Glens as it is I hear that : camels and his way back with servants and warrants to evict the tenants which tenants longer over the mill for one no Robert Milhouse how high
13:47
he was caught sheep stealing you don't depict a man for stealing a sheep he pleaded that he's not enough to look after his family after paying double rates here try these and damn long robber traitor die you can't blame him he's got to look after his wife and his beards aye and he's not the only one who else no two or three in bother foolish he'll not live long you're on the red fox not long
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Alan no that cannot happen not here in Stuart country you'll not be able to stop it and if I don't every farm on every button been in this part of the country will be set ablaze to warm the Redcoats Allen I'm ordering you to keep a watch on the red fox while he's in up in see that he comes to no harm [Music]
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[Music] damn you Alan Thicke have you come to torment us you'll be revenged right over a glass of claret would get Bonnie Prince in France actor Stuart you'll be revenged that was my father's farm and his father's before him now we have nowhere to sleep the bins but the new open hey that tell your prince the sheer madness and I'll be proud to call myself
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a Stewart again [Music] [Applause] this is the Vettii tequila palette I'm just worried about come on [Music]
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[Applause] [Music] [Applause] [Music] are you a nap in man hey as good as any other name of Leo Roy Mac Rob I'm seeking a man hunt I think you might have news of him his name is Alan Breck Stewart but one
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Guinea to offer you that's no way for one gentleman to be after another my man you speak of isn't France no here he is here sure enough I fought alongside him and I was proud to do so indeed does this make it cleaner why did you do show me that before you know there are two things you should never do around these parts one of them is offer you dusty money to hire on gentlemen and the other is mention the name of Alan Breck
18:31
I'm sorry for both wrongs well supremely the lad with a button all's well I've had work to see you come see sue I'll make haste to see on your route and when you get there yet and ask for the house of James are the Glen's at Oregon James of the glens I understand yet to speak to no one mind and yet to avoid Oh quince Campbell's and red soldiers and you see an Evan coming you hide under be
19:04
still a past like a thief like a man that values his life [Applause] [Music] [Music] miss Drummond I miss Barbara glide doctor to the Lord Advocate hi you're well-known I thought perhaps you might care to join my arm tonight for afternoon tea in the drawing room me and
19:47
asking me yes I believe in some way we are distant relatives the Drummond's and the grants have common keen eye but I'm closer kin to my father James more him that brought here in Chains day after day to be tormented by questioning I'm sorry miss grant but I couldn't think of taking polite tea in the drawing room of such a house as yours pity miss Drummond perhaps one day you'll see fit to change your mind
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I can see no sign of that day dawning was granted excuse me [Music] shouldn't happen country now or farm those beyond the health thank you
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21:47
today sir am I on the right road for account who are you boy a travel of subtle and an honest subject of King George what all the king's business now out of our path lad oh wait a lull endure by your accent what business have you in your caramel I'm to see the man that lives there mind your manners boy do you know who you're speaking to no suckers it's Colin Campbell of granular my past I asked the boy a question if you're an honest subject of King George what business do you have
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with one of the King's enemies James of the glens well answer lies your tongue was bold enough a moment ago [Music]

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