Kidnapped (1978) Part 8

Kidnapped (1978) Part 8

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[Music] Duncan MacLeod of dannegan you have been found guilty of most unlawful rebellion
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and bearing arms against the rule and person of his most excellent Majesty King George the second and of encouraging the clan that bears your name to wage war against his lawful armies your sentence of hanging must therefore be carried out without more delay god save King George [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] Katrina
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get me out hard dock box upward hang in there any one of us might yes a body wash right there in my hand hi sure enough and there's a Weimar and then our good coach I know such a woman I'm in a boat at work on the shadow of that gallows lies across the father you all I'll be off with you take care bye find
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you take care I know you do I not we've never met you served under me perhaps it's not a tailor in Scotland it could fit me with a red coat [Music] have it all set and agreed upon by your uncle - and what a great deal of huffing and delaying that was getting your uncle to sign his name to a legally binding
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document I can imagine well however here it is the fact that your late lamented father Alexander was indeed the elder of the brothers well thought of the house is yours and notwithstanding the agreement he entered into with his brother Ebenezer pronouncing his inheritance so called clear run became your mother you are now the legal owner but you will be paid two-thirds only until your uncle's death sounds very satisfactory satisfactory indeed
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considering that but two days ago you are not a pauper I and a few weeks ago I was out wretched part of a ships cargo destined for slavery in North Carolina and thanks to that same uncle let's not dwell too much in fast history is everything has turned out for the best no everything perhaps you could continued for the moment while I spell out the steps I took the liberty of making your future but first I have arranged ample funds to be at your disposal the linen bank here now as you know it was your father's wish that you
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study the law and mine too we'd often talk of it with a minister mr. Campbell well no I mean you must have that same mr. Campbell's judgment gen knowledge in the selection where have you chosen the University of Leyden in the Low Countries yes it's professors who've been famous all over Europe I'm to go soon next month if you wish that may not be possible I have urgent business here but your affairs have been successfully concluded that's another matter you haven't dared
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be dazzled by a pair of sparkling eyes here in Edinburgh no of course not I mean something else mr. rankeillor if I tell you my story I must commit a friend's life and safety to your discretion will you give your what never to divulge what I will say we lawyers have a professional code sir I understand that well enough but the matter I and my friend are involved in is no less than not [Music]
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madness I didn't bring you through the Heather to let you deliver yourself up to the enemy King George is not my enemy neither are the Campbells put yourself in front of a Campbell judge and jury and you'll soon see whose side they're on it's not the Campbells I'll be telling as the Kings own advocate general Weston Greene is a devious old Fox I mean to see him and tell him that you were standing right next to Campbell of the Lord when he was shot down how else do you propose to save your uncle James is past saving
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do you think he'll hang senseless if you had been at Culloden you lost the battle we didn't lose our cause it's your clansmen no only one king who happens to be in France David have you found a ship if you must make this foolish confession I cannot stop you so it's something you can do for me a man you must see do that
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gladly a word of advice don't go around the city and those poppers clothes with your newfound wealth investor star wife
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or a prisoner where are you taking it the Lord Advocate question did I this time is every time we're up sir another gentleman mr. chance the lawyer the same and day if the question is equally fairy who made you be yourself I am David Balfour of Shaw's
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the matter is confidential who sent you someone you know well he gave me his token ginger a friend put it back in your pocket selves you need name no names dippers okay where did you know in a safe place north of Edinburgh he will lie there until a ship has flown for him by you sir as I understand it I've always thought I would hang one day for this family I mine now I know the day is
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not far off sign of my ship and who's to pay for it that's my part of the affair mr. Stewart and if Morris wanted Morris to be hard I need not ask you what politics you need not for I'm as big up Wiggins grows what kind of black foot traffic is this big asks me to meddle in the business I told you the man is my
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friend and I only wish he'd been better guided as for the mud that he's been wrongfully accused he is innocent and source James of the glens the two will hang together no sir because I was there in the valley and converse with : Campbell when the shot was fired I am and I am innocent too will you then undertake my business I don't like it what come on as you did with our friends but I have no choice
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what are your instructions simply to use that money to convey my friend to France I'll see what can be arranged I can promise you nothing I know sir I think you'd best be on your way and with caution the Lord Advocate has a great many spies abroad in the city matters little I intend to call on Lord Advocate tomorrow what for give myself up mr. Belfort I like the
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look of your Bey the elation elation you bring in a Stuart button you engage my services to carry your rebel across to France and then you talk of course straight to the Advocate I propose to give my evidence for Alan's sake yeah us you'll never be allowed to speak in a court or near the judge advocate and he will find some way to muzzle you no honest man it's not him yet up against it's the cameras man you'll have the whole front jump free on them on your back and so on the advocate himself if
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there's no fair way to stop your gathering fine you're far away they'll put you in the dock beside Kames in the Glen's your Hank - I'm not sure future told my father brought me up to believe in justice what I respect you Lynette I do believe in the law for that's my practice but I'm Highland born and when the Klan blow the fights I have to dance
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to the tune my life too would be in danger if this business between us ever came to the key as a Christian Grange it will not you have my word on it aren't you now if you're to help it is best you meet my friend direct it cannot come to you we will find you [Music] your dinner games thank you hey what's
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my lawyer my family they feel no better than a worse than the rest of Abaddon which is bad enough I hear hey cage any news of another your Nollan trick they say the Redcoats are scouting the Heather [Music] good evening mr. Stewart you choose your messengers well but mr. Balfour is called into ill for himself if he persisted see in Preston Grange you will not be persuaded otherwise what news do
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you have of ships no difficulty none too many captains willing to take the risk who will you choose then well that's dumb Stovall and you too sure that time these days my head's worth two hundred pounds but good time they go by and discover in the vessel but can you find him I'll put my glove to the task Robin a small don't more fringe recruits in traffic and baby Sonny I see to it
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then I've had enough of living rough on the hills [Music]
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I wish to see the Lord advocate on a matter of some importance he's away in the town then may I come in and wait for him I suppose okay now and what way can I help you I should begin by saying my lord that I'm here at your Express invitation how is
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that I've never heard of you until this evening right but you've been anxious to make my acquaintance and have published the fact you speak in riddles young man they follow jesting which is puffin the case I would lay claim on your lordship for 200 pounds in what sense that it won't offered for my passing explain yourself the description was a tall strong lad of about 18 in black clothes who speaks like a Lowlander I hope you're not merely amusing yourself
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I'm extremely serious I mean deep the man who was speaking with Colin Campbell of lenore when he was shot in the valley of Abaddon I suppose since you are here you claim to be innocent of that crime yes I'm a loyal subject of King George glad you say so the way that murder was planned and committed doesn't permit any possible clemency blood was shed in direct opposition to his majesty the murderers must hang the duke of argyll and indeed the whole campbell klandermann no less but the Duke is Chief Justice that is unfortunately true and he's also led of the Campbells then
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anyone opposed to the Campbell faction like James Stewart of the glens can hardly expect justice at his hand I will not say that again mr. Balfour I would know make no mistake your fate lies with me alone no one else so let us conclude this interview as quickly as we can if you satisfy me of your innocence no one need know you were here sir I came with full knowledge of the possible consequences and I'm not afraid I am not seeking to frighten you let me warn you
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first volunteer nothing beyond the scope of my questions I shall try to follow that advice of state that you were present in the world of little more at the moment of the fatal shot was this by accident yes by accident why were you speaking to Colin Campbell I was inquiring my way to a calm how can the house of James Stewart I wish to meet Alan Breck there how came you to know him oh it's a long history I had been
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taken aboard ship by the contrivance of my uncle to be sold as a slave in Carolina Alan was picked up by the same ship and effected my rescue later when the ship was wrecked we were separated but he sent me a message saying where we were to meet remember my advice mr. Balfour heard one as little as possible on your relations with those stewards I thought all thanks would include material you forget these same Stewart's are now on trial but to resume mr. [ __ ] Campbell stated that after the show you immediately ran up the brain is
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that true it is true I had seen the murderer as plain as I see your lordship only not so close you'd know him again think so what's he alone he was there was no one else in the neighbor only Alan Breck Stewart he was waiting in a wood nearby I think we're playing at cross-purposes I assure you this will do you no good sir I'm here for one reason to convince you of Alan brakes innocence then you're wasting both your and my time I tell you positively you're doing great harm to yourself I don't care I'm interested
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only in seeing justice done I see I must deal with you more confidentially this is a political case I need hardly tell you that we approached such a case quite differently from a simple crime you say Alan Breck is innocent if we once admit that it will destroy our presumption of guilt against his uncle James Stewart of the Glen's and grown old and treason already twice in arms against King George and twice forgiven formentor of discontent and whoever may have fired that shot the true author of
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this wicked muddin I can only say plainly that I know both he and Alan are innocent and I'm prepared to repeat it in open court you're not to mr. Balfour I desire you to withhold your testimony to suppress evidence you the head of justice in this country are suggesting I commit the crime of perjury I am nursing the true interests of this country in this matter I regard my political duty first in my judicial duty second for that reason I do not want your evidence suppose I offer it to the
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defense you will do no such thing not-so-young mr. Balfour - can't remember the 45 a million socket goes to this whole country who saved the unitive stop at Cumberland and his Redcoat soldiers alone was the Duke of Argyll and the great clan of Campbell that you can Highlanders you're civilized the great mass of the clans are simply barbarians I'll be you the judge the Campbells expect vengeance if this
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man James Stewart escapes there'll be trouble with the Campbells more fighting in the highlands are you prepared to plunge your country and thousands of innocent men and women into war all for one miserable life James Stewart whose life is forfeit on half a dozen other different concepts not on this this is the consideration that weighs with me and I hope wears no less with you as a lover of your country good government and religious truth you've dealt with me very frankly and I thank you for it I
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will try to be as honest I recognize the deep duties which lie upon your lordship found under the oaths of your high office I'm just a plain man scarcely even a man I can think of but two things I'm an endangered of a shameful death and the tears of his wife still ringing in my head I cannot see beyond my lord if the country has the fall has the fall but I must speak out you're making an unnecessary difficulty I've no choice I could dispatch you to jail now I've
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slept in what's place is my lot one thing appears very plain soon I may rely on your pledged word so give me your honour that you will remain wholly secret on all these matters and you may go free I'll give you my word until such time as you wish to see me again that will be tomorrow morning at the art of lemon good night you sir you sleep well I think that is more than I shall [Music] [Music]
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Jim stir the deGrasse especially wish to see me hi did Argyle and I'm grateful to you so you ought to be there's no more than granting the request of a dying man I'm not condemned yes it will be make no mistake I was home in no harm when the red fox was murdered I witnesses to prove it I own servants we have them all in custody you have my witnesses me no sorry to change than bar is here at Inverrary and
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the cells their commode is enough to accommodate any budgeting Stewart truthful may never be one of them see however it if you've a mind to save them save them it's my triumph look dear you could confess to blot England new his murder then all you man ago V how can I confess to something that I didn't do how many times I wished on Acamas death that's true it's not the same thing I didn't fire the shot I wish you will learn
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games to it reflector file on this free confession and all your men are released then Appy free clemency in the right year and you might end your days peacefully in the colonies no no our girl I'll prove my own innocence in the open all I want from you is just a fair trial no more no less oh it will be fair my reputation as Lord Chief Justice will stand on it your
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reputation as a Campbell will lie just the same this is over [Music] [Applause] you [Music]

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