Kidnapped (1978) Part 7

Kidnapped (1978) Part 7

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[Music] [Applause] [Music] suspects but a mother we had innocently
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witnessed Highland rebel Alan Breck and I had eluded the Red Fort st. want to James of the glens [Music] that's a fine tune Alan it is never you hear it again you can think of me oh well Alan I'll remember as Alan
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student he's been gone no three days we'll wait three more if necessary suppose he's given us away or suppose he took the money from James and ran off with it this isn't the Lowell in this man so you keep saying I don't think you've met many Highland folk in your life David I met one in Edinburgh she called herself Katrina Drummond but her father was James Moore McGregor hey you told me you
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gave the girl silver that day did you not must have taken leave of your wits the people being carted off to prison uh what 15 the red fox is murder and it's noise and all sides that you fired the shot young man tall speech like a woman's are dressed in black suit to the next car in Drummond colors at least I've changed my clothes Alan Breck when
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last seen was wearing a French Court it's not very good likeness do you have the money rarely in the way for jeans kleavon sewer for our man which is abilities as good as dead true Alan for Guinness it's not much to see me back to France or the lad here to Edmond no matter [Music]
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maybe we should go different ways travel separately and we could but I'd be abandoning you to certain death on the moors I'm thinking it is all the way to Edinboro we should be traveling together [Music]
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a fine way for you to be keeping your watch [Music]
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through another cuff type and the way it fouls will get out of a pimp-ass tonight coach tonight can we find somewhere to sleep sleep we're gonna sleep tonight [Music] [Applause] see young mountain it's called banal de it's full of rocks and crevices if we
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can make it - there will be safe [Music]
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are you Clooney Macpherson's man I yeah you can take us to your land we couldn't have fallen better don't even fasten the rebel leader I escaped to France so did the English [Music] I spent an hour at this there will be no more argument Donald people still bring up disputes to him people that would cuff a suit today English Court you will give the woman back a cushy or you will perish Chile well mr. Stewart come in
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sir and bring in your friend with you oh it's yourself Clooney proud to see I am now may I present my friend mr. David Balfour the Laird of Shaw's you are welcome to my house both of you a poor rude place to be certain but a place where I have entertained our royal personage no less damn well take advance our Lackey they need to bite then will never hand at the cons as gentlemen should I leave it dry kind of life here
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hey I twiddle my thumbs wait for another great day so here's a toast to you the restoration the restoration drink up David this is no time for quick sentiment the restoration you heard the news the red fox Campbell is murdered I put the world's full of candles sure one more or less makes no difference
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I'm thought to be the one to have killed him okay but you didn't did you not in your own doorstep no I was close by at the time so it was David you heard also the James of the Glen is taken as an accomplice to the mother and the Campbells will hang him for sure I or Ben will die to avenge him it's war Alan it didn't stop when the Royal lad went back to France let's play on walls three of us if you'll excuse me some excuse
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yourself refusing the cards what kind of Whiggish behavior is this in the House of Plenty McPherson I made a promise to my father God rest him my friends tires you need to sleep I'll play you any game you care to name anyway I have sons of my own I respect a man's promise to his father let me sleep in the car thank you sir he saved my life aboard ship
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I've reason to be grateful to him oh you heard man has only one life to save [Music]
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David David give me money okay just just for the next time that you do it see one you wouldn't catch me alone would you [Music] Dyneema money [Music]
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ah mr. Belton our Whig friend my Scout tells me that all is clear to the south the question is have you the strength to go I don't know but we'd best be on our way no really well I'll get your guide Alan could you return my money no it's little enough but it has a long way to take us there's
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no money what I lost my money - all of it I'm a fool when I get with the cards I'll tell him to take them by the low-pass will you step to the doorway with myself why not oh I can't think of any subject for discussion we might have that may not be fit for the ears of my friend Alan Breck mr. McPherson you know
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well enough that Alan lost all the money we had I ever that was just dapping I would not want to be a hindrance to gentlemen in your situation you're very generous sir but it's humbling to MyPlate to be in the position of a beggar I mean if Alan had won he'd be carrying away a pocketful of your guineas right enough but he lost say no more mr. Belton I have little enough in the way of hospitality to offer my friends in this cage of mine all I can show for entertainment is a set-to with the cards but for money sir oh there is no sport
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rip out sir I'm a young man and I ask you to face as a son my friend lost our money fairly can i honorably ask it back again if you don't I shall be mightily affronted mr. Balfour you leave me little choice sir oh you're a step back coming acting well you're more to be sure mr. Balfour at plaintiff yours maybe you're done for one day maybe sir but I cannot change my opinion that gambling is a very poor employ for gentle folk mr. Devlin but all you are a
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pious cold low lender you have the spirit of a pretty gentleman take your money here's my hand upon it all right you best take this with you when you leave here your innocence seems to me to be in need of some proper protection thank you [Music]
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[Applause] truely's arranged another guy to come on Chandra deliver the Harpeth he after me tonight fort above the bridge northeast to Starling castle [Music] [Music]
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it was here we were to meet unpack hi miss Drummond you remember well I'll visit at the house of surely times water to pay the money better Phil man there told me he'd never even heard you my uncle Ebenezer he abducted me aboard a ship did you cross the bridge tonight but it was dark there was a sentry either hand take another look
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oh no the best cortical ross the river us white out there [Music] goodbye Sam [Music] I see you're not supposed to be here I must leave you now it's but a short
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step to Edinburgh you're not coming with us no I take a different way to but I'm staying but I did better we should separate they'll be hunting this side of the river now how can I thank you you see goodbye David Balfour goodbye Alan Breck bye miss Drummond when shall we meet again don't want your sixpence no but I'm some time outside the tools with them I'm always there to see my father
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goodbye mr. boffin goodbye goodbye David [Music] this is a very strange story mr. Balfour very strange indeed believe me mr. rankeillor every what this true well I should have found it hard to believe had I not confirmation of at least part of it a certain captain
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hoseason appeared in this office a week ago demanding redress from your uncle Ebenezer for the loss of his ship cause he said by taking you aboard as a prisoner on his commission then you have your truth I have the words of a sea captain known to be a rascal prove it and when I tackle your uncle Ebenezer he denied it heartily ordered me out of the house and dismissed me as his legal representative into the bargain does that mean you're free to represent my
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interests I believe I can help you claim your rightful inheritance as the Laird of Shaw's I'm really the LAT then what that document my father is supposed to have signed handing the estate over to have an easy oh it's of little consequence now that your father's dead it likely fall you are the heir to the estate and it's a great deal richer than it might appear however I should warn you that your uncle is a man to fight the indefensible and lawsuits are expensive now if this
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story of the kidnapping could be proved in court he would lose for certain unless I could force him to admit his deception I have a friend who could help me but it's better than you don't know his name let us call him mr. Thompson what's this this is note a minute buddy stand for mr. Bober be careful of that blunderbuss those nasty things when they burst what brings you here hmm David
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your nephew unless you want me to shout your business all over the countryside I suggest you let me in I know pronounce the back as you will doubtless have perceived I am a Highland gentleman my country is not far from the island of Mull my name has no offense sir before your jaw Turing fingers can pull the trigger this bright steel will find your breastbone that's better
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it seems there was a ship lost near the island a gentleman that by family seeking great wood for his fire came upon a man who was hot thrown what's that to me it was you're born nephew David mr. Pell far from that day to this he has been a great expense to my family so they asked me if we could agree to terms I'm not their ransom and that's what you mean as I saw it there were two ways about it either you would pay to
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have him back or else you would pay us to keep him I've told you I pay nothing you prefer to have him kill kill what kind of talk is that you want the lad killed or kept come son an answer I'm a Highland gentleman not a messenger to be kept waiting what am I to do if I say he kill him you never hold me forever needs to be kept I not have blood on my hands well said sir years after all your
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brother's son as well I know well um I have to pay after and no to the price how much did you give captain Yoos decent season what for for kidnapping David that's a lie a black light he was never kidnapped alone you old runt the captain and I are partners how else would I know the lad was never kidnapped I simply gave captain hoseason 20 pounds to take him aboard the ship any money the captain made by selling the lad and Karen Lane now he was to keep Thank You
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mr. Thompson that statement Aldo excellently well yes I will gladly testify good evening to you uncle Ebenezer [Music]
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