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Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969)

Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969)

"Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" is a thrilling American western film released in 1969. Starring Paul Newman as Butch Cassidy and Robert Redford as the Sundance Kid, the movie tells the captivating story of two charismatic outlaws who continuously evade the pursuing lawmen while robbing banks and trains. Their captivating performances, chemistry, and iconic roles propelled this film to become a classic. Directed by George Roy Hill and featuring Katharine Ross as their love interest, it masterfully combines action, humor, and drama, providing a memorable cinematic experience. If you're interested in immersing yourself in the sounds of this legendary duo, you can play and download them here.

A couple of things. We wanna enlist' Ray.
A full blooded lndian' except he called himself with an English name. Sir somebody.
A lot more!
A lot of the other girls' they might want you just for
A while longer.
Ah' it couldn't be him.
Ah' you're so damn smart' you read it!
Ah' you're wastin' your time.
All of 'em? What's the matter with those guys?!
All of you' back against the wall.
All right.
All right. I'll jump first.
All right. What do you want?
All right' you two. I want you at my party.
All right' you two. I want you at my party.
Am I right?
And easy. Come on.
And even then we weren't much good at it. It's hard. Hours are brutal.
And every mine around gets its payroll held up.
And every time that happens I keep askin' myself the same question.
And fight the Hole in the Wall Gang. Hell' that's fine with me.
And gentle and... tender and...
And I can't even spot how you're cheatin'.
And I'll do anything you ask of me' except one thing.
And I'll do anything you ask of me' except one thing.
And if he misses us' he'll wait for the next job. Let's finish it now' one way or the other.
And it's gonna be the same thing all over again.
And shoot.
And sweet.
And the only excitement l've known is here with me now.
And then...
And there they go.
And you are all mouth!
And you speak it good.
And you want your kids to know that you let me do that' that's fine with me!
And, you' your job is to shut up!
Anything you say, Butch.
As long as she's smart' pretty...
As soon as we get to the pass up there. We'll be all right till then.
At least he's with us, Butch. You've been spendin' a lot of time gone.
Because I cannot promise to pay you.
Best? How? You mean toughest' or easiest to bribe?
Bet on Logan.
Bet that's old Butch himself!
Better get ready.
Bingo. I'm colourful.
Bitch' bitch' bitch.
Bitch' bitch' bitch.
Boy' a few dark clouds appear on your horizon' you just go all to pieces' don't you?
Boy' every time I see Hole in the Wall again' it's like seein' it fresh for the first time.
Boy' for a gunman' you're one hell of a pessimist.
Boy' I got vision and the rest of the world wears bifocals.
Boys and girls' friends and enemies'
But even if we do, it won't be this run. It'll be the next one the return.
But I am still in the employ of Mr EH Harriman of the Union Pacific Railroad.
But I don't think that's what you want.
But if we fight' they can stay right where they are and starve us out.
But we got surprise on our side' right?
But why would these guys join up and take after us' though?
But you gotta understand Mr EH Harriman himself of the Union Pacific give me this job.
But you're not frantic! No' sir! You have got respect for me and I have got respect for you!
But you're still nothin' but two bit outlaws on the dodge. it's over! Don't you get that?
Butch and me have been talkin' it all over.
Butch, are you still thinking in there?
Butch, Fanny says for you to come in to her party' right now.
Butch, you're really somethin" you know that?
Can I move?
Can you believe I'm broke already?
Can you take the two on the right?
Cheaper than a horse to keep. No oats' no mess' no kicks' no runnin' away...
Come on!
Come on!
Come on.
Come on.
Come on' Sundance. Start trussin' my feet.
Cos all they got in Mexico is sweat. There's too much of that here.
Cos I could never give you cover. You can cover me.
Could I see that?
Could you be a bit more specific' Agnes?
Course' you probably think I'm crazy' but I'm not.
D'you ever wonder if I'd met you first' we'd been the ones to get involved?
Dammit! Don't they get tired? Don't they get hungry?
Dead on it.
Do something!
Don't move!
Don't sugar coat it like that' Kid. Tell her straight.
Don't you know I do?
Don't you wanna know why?
Don't you wanna know why?
EH Harriman of the Union Pacific Railroad. He resents the way you've picked on him'
Etta had roast beef and I had chicken. If I can remember what you had' I'll die a happy man!
Etta's thinking of maybe goin' home ahead of us.
Every day you get older. Now, that's a law.
Fairly nice looking piece. Can you hit anything?
Fellas' bad as they are, banks are better than trains.
Forget it. A bunch like that won't stay together long.
Get our horses and come on back here.
Get out front fast. You seen us ride through town five minutes ago.
Get out!
Get outta here. Get outta here.
Give me a hand over here.
Give me that, and get some more.
Give me the money.
Glad you brought that up. An important topic' considerin' our situation.
Go on! Get outta here! Go on!
Go on! Get outta here' you fatheaded beast!
Good climate' beaches. You could learn to swim.
Good huntin'.
Gotta be.
Hallowed be thy name.
Harvey said we'd hit it both this run and the return.
He always wears a white skimmer.
He can't arrest you here. It's a foreign country. Or take you back.
He wouldn't dare louse me up' he's that scared of me.
He'll draw on you. He's ready. You don't know how fast he is.
He'll wait for us to pull a job' then hunt us like before.
He's going off to fight the war.
He's gotta wait for us, right? To pull another job?
He's not gonna take anybody back. He wants to finish us here.
Head 'em off? You crazy? We did that' they'd kill us.
Hell! I'm the one that has to go.
Hell' it's just a bank like any other bank. Gotta move in slowly' check out everything.
Hell' they could go faster. At least that'd be a change. They don't even break formation.
Here. Gimme your gun.
Here' room nine. The top of the stairs.
Here' you've seen these before. Come on! I'm not gonna take the chance someone saw you.
Hey' Etta.
Hey' Kid! How good are ya?
Hey' Kid.
Hey' that's wonderful. Let's take a look at ya.
Hey' what's this about the Flyer?
Hey' Woodcock. Hey' Woodcock, you all right?
Hey' you're drivin' me crazy starin' out the window like that.
Hi' News. Whatcha doin'?
Hit it.
Hit me.
Hit that.
Hold it there.
How can I be so damn stupid as to keep comin' back here?
How can I give Agnes the concentration she deserves with you lookin' out the window?
How come you're so talkative?
How do you know? This might be the garden spot of the whole country.
How long before you figure they're not after us?
How long d'you think I'd stay in operation if every time I pulled a job it cost me money?
How long you figure we been watchin'?
How many of 'em you think'll come our way?
How many of you can bring your own guns?
Howdy' Sundance.
I always said "Agnes..."
I bet it's just one guy.
I bet we end up officers.
I can't do that on account of I work for EH Harriman of the Union Pacific Railroad...
I can't help you' Sundance.
I can't see 'em.
I can't swim!
I couldn't do that. Could you do that? How can they do that?!
I don't care about clothes and money and jewels and furs.
I don't care where we are' I'm dumpin' you flat.
I don't enjoy jungles or swamps. I don't like snakes. I don't much care for night work.
I don't know how to farm.
I don't know where we are' but it sure as hell isn't Oklahoma.
I don't know.
I don't wanna shoot with you' Harvey.
I don't work around snakes.
I guess.
I haven't done so much ridin' since I quit rustlin'.
I just don't wanna get there and find out it stinks, that's all.
I just love to read my name in the paper' Butch.
I know a lot more about Bolivia than you know about Atlantic City, I can tell you that.
I mean' he can't arrest us and he can't take us outta here.
I mean' they forget all about the years of thievin' and robbin'?
I never met a soul more affable than you' or faster than the Kid'
I say this:
I say' ladies and gentlemen'
I see it.
I swear to you Sweetface can handle it easy.
I tell you' the jungle's a better cover for payrolls.
I think I'll get saddled up and go lookin' for a woman.
I think they're in the trees up ahead.
I think we lost 'em. D'you think we lost 'em?
I was born in New Jersey.
I was born there.
I was really rootin' for you' Butch.
I was thinking of it.
I will if you will.
I wish we had rifles. I mean' they got rifles.
I won't watch you die.
I work for Mr EH Harriman of the Union Pacific Railroad' and he entrusted me...
I'm 26 and I'm single and a schoolteacher' and that's the bottom of the pit.
I'm a grandmother and a female, and l've got my rights.
I'm not doing this. He claimed he knew the damn language!
I'm not picky.
I'm sorry. I'm gettin' mean in my old age. Come on! Shut me up' Sundance.
I'm tellin' you, if I drown' I swear I'll kill you!
I'm too old to hunt up another job!
In Central or South America. One or the other.
It couldn't be him.
It doesn't matter. I don't know where we've been and I've just been there.
It was Baltimore and Lefors.
It'd be good cover goin' with a woman.