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what? louise, may i borrow your blue scarf? do you know what she wants it for? what? she intends to wear it. you wouldn't! helen is going out with an old boyfriend. for a little lunch. there's no such thing as a little lunch. not if you order it, willis. out, both of you. high noon is coming on. that's my favorite program. tom, there'snothing wrong with a woman seeingan old friend. ha! let me read you this letter. "dear helen--" "dear." that kills me. "have thought about you often. can't wait to renew our old friendship." here's the worst part-- "love, darryl hampton."
tom, i'm telling you. he's just a friend! oh, sure. come, helen. i'll get you that scarf. florence, excuse us. i'd like to talk to george man-to-man. well, ok, butyou're one man short. and i do mean short. george,what should i do? it's obvious. fight the guy. i couldn't do that. go ahead then. lose your wife. you really think i could lose her? who cares? the movie'scoming on. but, george-- it's high noon. do not forsake me, oh, my darlin'
clyde, that song's sad. don't you know anything happier? sure! gray skiesare gonna clear up put ona happy face hold it! this here's the old west. that song ain't been written yet. oh, oh... oh, my darlin' oh, my darlin' oh, my darlin' clementine bring me a beer. i'm thirsty from punchin' cows all day. from the looks of your face, you lost a few rounds.
and open up shop. miss weezy, i got me a terrible problem. that happensto wranglers after sittin' inthe saddle too long. no. it's not that. i'm the best cowpoke in town, but i can't relate to my cattle. here's a pamphletthat might help-- "your heifer and you." come bythursday night. the cowpokeslike to get together with their livestockand just rap. thank you, miss weezy. i'm much obliged. charlie, that'ssome woman there. i wouldn't mind puttin'my brand on her myself.
she belongs to the roughest, toughest, meanest, and shortest hombre north of the rio grande. howdy, ralph. how's my favoriteundertaker? business is a little slow. oh, really? that one's on me. you're too kind, sir. that goes with being the fastest gun in the west. make that thesecond fastest, baldy. all right.
i said, "how's the weather, florence?" you sure are touchy. howdy, george. hi, weez. i want to talk to youabout last night. there are timesit's frustratin' when you're married tothe fastest gun in the west. later, weez. set them up, charlie. what will it be? banana daiquiriin a dirty glass. yes, sir. the usual dirty banana? you got it. george, you're so busy
that i hardly see you anymore. i wish our life was normal like those lovebirds the willises. helen, you've gone too far! why were you winking at otis, the telegraph operator? oh, tom.he's just a friend. and sven, the blacksmith? he's just a friend. [bugle blows] [horses trot] hi, helen! hi, helen!hi, helen! hi, helen! the 7th cavalry? they're justfriends, tom. well, look who's here,
when he breaks a horse, he breaks a horse! tom, don't look so worried. helen would never go out with another man. bye, helen! bye, myron! who's myron? he's just a friend! he's just a friend! oh, father! it's miss jenny, the prettiest little filly this side of... philly. father, a letter just arrived for mother. a letter? let me see that,my child. "dear helen--" "dear." that kills me. "have thoughtabout you often. can't wait to renewour old friendship." and here'sthe worst part--
p.s. i'm going tokill your husband." what does this mean? her boyfriend's back and you're gonna be in trouble hey la, hey la, her boyfriend's back what do you reckon to do about that letter? there's only one thing i can do. set them up, charlie. mr. willis, you've had enough. i'll bethe judge of that.
you're right. you do have half a mind. what should i do? you should have a showdown. we're in the old west, remember? look at our clothes. oh, yeah. you should fight for your wife. you're right, george. i'm going to fight. a showdown it is! you're really fightingthis killer, mr. willis? you bet i am. don't worryabout a thing. this pecos darrylmay be fast, but you're... an extra large. listen, clyde,you still got the box that piano came in? whoops!i just remembered. i don't own a gun.
now you got one. gee, thanks,george. but wait. i don't knowhow to use it. that's my specialty. three of you men stand over there and put a glass on your head. now! now watch carefully. you got to relax. it's all in the wrists. draw, then you... see that? i didn't break a single glass. you go ahead and draw. all righty.
to gun downa yellow-belliedpolecat named willis. you are dealin' with a mean yellow-bellied polecat. tom willis is a-comin', and he looks like his feathers are ruffled! [toilet flushes] howdy, y'all. charlie, redeye. no, sir, pink eye, but thanks for asking. tell wide-rideover there i'm going tochew him upand spit him out. hey, wide-ride. pecos darryl says he'll chew you up and spit you out. tell big-foot over there
tom! what's going on here? sweetheart, i'm trying to defend your honor-- what's left of it. why are you wearing that indian headdress? oh, tom, you'realways so suspicious. i'm telling you, the apaches arejust good friends. darryl! long time, no see. hey, baby. how about lunchin about 5 minutes? lunch. that sounds terrific. not you. draw. right. tom, don't do this.
make your move. i did it! i won! thanks, folks. i'd like to thank george. he taught me to shoot. i'd like to thank miss weezy for the use of the hall. i'd like to thank the little people. you already thanked mr. jefferson. and, of course,my lovely wife. you turn my stomach. why, helen honey,you seem unhappy.
the man i married was a gentle man, not some macho meathead who solves his problems with a gun. i was afraid he wouldtake you away from me. don't you give me any credit, after all we've been through? i'd never let any man do that. oh, what a relief. i'll do that on my own. i'm leavin' you. good-bye forever. forever. forever! do not forsake me, oh, my darlin'...
gary cooperwas really a man's man. if he was alive,he'd be a dry cleaner. i'll show you howto defend yourself. just a minute, george. helen, get out here! what areyou doin'? i'll handle this. what is it, tom? i've reachedmy decision. you're going outwith darryl. you'll havea good time whether youlike it or not. how dare you order me around! what did you say? i'm sorryi acted that way. i have no right to tell you whomyou can or can't see. i have faithin our relationship.