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Glass of double rum.

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Aah. This here is a quiet cove.
Much company, mate?

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Not much, sir.

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- Who'd be the owner?
- My mother.

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- Where is your mother?
- In the town.

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Hmm.

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- What's your name?
- Jim Hawkins.

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Well, Jim, you seems a likely lad.

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Ever notice a seafaring man
alongside this here grogshop?

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Not many come out so far, sir.

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None by the name of Captain William Bones?

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Bones, sir?

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No matter. Fill her up.

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Jim!

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- Was it a one-legged man?
- No, sir.

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But he had a terrible scar.

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Black Dog!

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When you sees Black Dog, you lay to it.

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The man with the one leg ain't far off.

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Rum, Jim. Fetch me rum.

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I can't, Captain. I promised Dr. Livesy.

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Oh, hang all doctors! Give me rum!

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No, Captain!

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Please, Captain Bones.
Doctor said it'd kill you!

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If you don't stop,
I'll run to town for the Doctor.

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And the Squire, too.

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Got to get me strength back, Jim.

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Got to pull out of here.

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Now, then, boy,
take me to Captain Billy Bones,

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or I'll break your arm.

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Straight to him, now. March!

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Here's a friend for you, Bill.

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- It's Pew.
- Pew as ever was, Bill.

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Back with a gift
from all your old shipmates.

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Boy, take him by the wrist
and bring his hand close to mine.

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And now that's done.

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The black spot.

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They come at dark.

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I know what they're after,
but they won't get it out of me.

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What's rightful mine is mine!

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Give me a hand, Jim.
We'll do that one-legged man yet!
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Captain!

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Captain!

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The old hulk's grounded, Jim.

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Can't shove off.

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Go and bring help.

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And don't peach,

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and I'll go shares.

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If them muttonheads
that slipped me the black spot

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gets here before you come back,

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they won't find that on me.

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Skip, now.

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Luck, matey!

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Rouse out, mates!
Horses coming! Run for it!

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Here, sir.
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Well, Livesy?

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Did his doomsday. But he wasn't killed.
He died of shock, or rum.

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I wonder what those rascals wanted of him.

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I think I can tell you, Squire Trelawney.

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Now he's dead, I can.

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Odds, my life!

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Doctor!

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Flint's map. How did you come by it, lad?

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Why, he gave it to me, sir,
when he sent me for help.

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- He said I'd share.
- Share what?

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You don't know? Pirate treasure, man!

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Flint's gold! Why, everybody knows
of the ships Flint plundered.

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That fellow must've been the only one
who knew where the treasure was hid.

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So that's what those scoundrels wanted.

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The map of Flint's Treasure Island!

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Latitude, longitude,

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crosses to mark the deposits.
Money to roll in!

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You're a trump, young Hawkins.
Mark my words, you will share.

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Spy Glass Hill bearing south-southeast,
to Finger Trunk Tree by Devil's Rock.

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Thence two cables south...

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- Go on, go on!
- Bear to larboard,

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due northeast to foot of White Crag,
10 paces east...

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Chest of £700,000!

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My servants, Livesy.

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Come in, Tom Redruth! Come in, Williams!

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They got away, sir.

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They had a lugger
tied up at Kitt's Hole, sir.
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Aye, you gave them a run for it, boys.
They'll not be back.

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Thank you, Tom Redruth. Thank you.

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Thank you, sir.

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Shh.

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Mum's the word.

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We'll take Redruth and Williams along.
Make sailors of them.

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We'll have favorable winds,
a quick passage,

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and gold enough to play duck and drake

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with ever after, hey, Hawkins?

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If you weren't so confounded
exclamatory, Trelawney,

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we might understand you better.

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Just what is it you propose to do?

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Do? Fit out a ship! That's what I'll do!

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With a clue like this, by Christopher,

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we'll have Flint's treasure
if it takes a year!

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Can't you feel the deck under your feet,

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and a good trade wind filling our sails?

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How preposterous. A doctor
can't go chasing across the world

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and leave his practice behind him.

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Hang your practice. I'm your practice.

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Do you think I'd put to sea
without a ship's doctor?

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Besides, it's a risky business.

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We aren't the only ones
who know of Flint's map.

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Those fellows who ransacked
this inn tonight are desperate men.

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Surely, you don't fear them, Livesy?

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No. There's only one man I'm afraid of.

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Name the dog.
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You, sir. For you can't hold your tongue.

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Why, confound you, Doctor.
I'm no tittle-tattle.

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An adventure of this kind,
I'd be silent as the grave.

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Now, then, Hawkey.

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Tomorrow, I start for Bristol
to find a ship.

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Once you settle your affairs here,
you and Jim can follow.

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- Jim?
- Aye, Hawkins. You'll come.

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You'll make a famous cabin boy, Hawkins!

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His mother may have
something to say about that.

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She'd listen to you, sir,
if she knew you were going.

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Until I've made up my own mind,
I don't know what I could tell her.

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Tell her that in three weeks' time...
Three weeks? Two weeks! Ten days!

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Jim Hawkins will be sailing
with the choicest crew

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and the finest
ship's doctor in all England.

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Will you, sir?

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To be sure he will, boy!
I'll wager my wig on it.

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Dr. Livesy! Dr. Livesy!

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Look, Doctor. It's Squire Trelawney!

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Admiral Trelawney, at least.

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Livesy. Ahoy!

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Ahoy!

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And Jim. How did you two find the journey?

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Abominable roads.

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The sea's the only high road
for an Englishman.

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Come here.

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There she rides, Livesy.

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The good ship Hispaniola.

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- Beautiful, Trelawney! Beautiful!
- Stout, too.

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She'll bring back all the pirate gold
that we can put aboard her!

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Shh. No talk of treasure
in a public place. I beg of you.

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Aye, mum's the word.

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Jim?

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Well, Jim, don't you want to eat, lad?

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If there's time before we sail, sir.

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- Sail.
- When do we sail?

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Better ask Captain Smollett.
Five days he's been selecting a crew.

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- Six men are all he's got to show for it.
- Cautious, eh?

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"Cautious"?
He pries through every seaman's past

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like a judge at a quarter session.

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When I threatened to step in,
he told me to hire a sea cook.

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So, by Jove, I did hire a sea cook,
right out of his own tavern.

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Fellow by the name of Long John Silver.

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I didn't waste my time
poring over his credentials.

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All the credentials I needed was a taste
of his ham and his buttered eggs.

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You can judge for yourself.

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- Top of the mornin', gentlemen.
- Ahoy, John Silver.

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Sit ye down, the tables
are starving, if ye kindly will.

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For you, sir, piping hot.
And this be for Dr. Livesy.

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Asking his pardon for being that familiar,

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but Squire has told me
so much about the two of ye,

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it comes natural
to call ye by name, it do.

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And this will be young Master Hawkins,
I'll be bound.

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Hawkins.
'Tis a proper seafaring name, too.

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You run your house well, my man,
and you keep a good table, too.

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Thank ye kindly, sir.

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It isn't often I see fruit
in an English tavern for breakfast.

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'Tis a rule of health I learned while
sailing under the immortal Hawke.

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- Ah. Rest him.
- Did you hear that?

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Him, sailing under Hawke!

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I was with him in '59 at Quiberon Bay.

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When you shipped with the Admiral,

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you never took scurvy
from the salt pork and hardtack.

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Not with a barrel of apples aboard
for the men to chew on.

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There's sense in that, Trelawney.
Something we could profit by.

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And will, by gad.
There'll be apples on my ship, too.

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You favor the Admiral yourself,
Squire, if I may say so.

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Why, you and he could make up
your mind like that!

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- Do I now?
- That ye do, sir. I noticed it afore.

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It wouldn't surprise me none
to hear you say,

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"Heave up the anchor.
We sails on the hour."

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Can't sail without a crew.

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With all the hemming
and hawing that goes on,

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you'd think there wasn't
an honest seaman to be had in Bristol.

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I begs to differ, sir,
if I may make so bold.

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Why, there's a full cargo
of my old shipmates

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that sailed with Hawke
becarrmed right here in Bristol.

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Sound men inside,

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if some of them was scarred
in the service of England.

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And they with no pensions, neither.

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Could a score of those foremost hands
be had on short notice?

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Aye, sir, but they wouldn't be
pretty enough for the modern taste.

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Nowadays, they picks the younger men
by the cut of their jib.

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Not the old ones for their experience.

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Appearances be hanged!
Silver, get me those men.

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But it ain't a cook's place
to muster no hands.

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That's captain's work.

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It's an owner's place, by the hokey.

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If you can bring in a crew of your
stouthearted lads come sundown,

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I, for one, will be greatly obliged.

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- Well, sir, if 'tis owner's orders...
- Bully boy.

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But I don't like to be pushing
athwart my betters, but I'll say this, sir,

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I know every seaman in these
here parts like the palm of this hand.

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Did you know Captain Billy Bones?

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Bones?

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Billy Bones?

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What ship did he sail in, matey?

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He was a pirate.

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Lord love ye, lad.

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Didn't you know that them that
sailed with Admiral Hawke

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had no speaking acquaintance with pirates?

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Lessen they boarded us.

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Aye, Jim,

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you're the spitting image
of me when I was your age.
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Head full of pirates.

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But he'll find, same as I,
that the sea be mostly hard work.

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And the biggest satisfaction
a man gets is doing his duty.

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Quite right, eh, Jim?
Come, Livesy. Shall we go aboard?

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But I just thought
if he knew Billy Bones...

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'Course you did. Of course he did.

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Beggin' your pardon, Squire.
Could ye spare me the lad today?

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I've more than my hands full

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putting the inn shipshape
and rounding up a crew.

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Sound idea.
You stay and lend him a hand, Jim.

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- But, sir...
- Don't fail me, Silver. Livesy.

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Come now, Jim, lad. Time be wasting.

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Down there, matey.

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Pieces of eight! Pieces of eight!

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Pieces of eight! Pieces of eight!

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Who hailed you, you old bumboat?

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Belay!

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Belay! Belay!

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Ain't you the pretty one?

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Swearing blue fire
in front of a gentleman.

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Living up to her name, she be.

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Captain Flint, I calls her,
after the famous buccaneer.

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'Twas the pirates taught her to swear.

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Now, if you want to know about pirates,
just you ask Captain Flint.

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Why she can...

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Well, blow me down for an old sea calf.

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"Do you know any pirates?" says you.

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"Not on speaking terms," says I.

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00:22:21,632 --> 00:22:25,353
Yet, here, under my nose,
is Captain Flint.

242
00:22:27,471 --> 00:22:30,441
I'll wager you can't make her talk.

243
00:22:34,812 --> 00:22:37,782
Pirates, Captain Flint! Pirates!

244
00:22:40,276 --> 00:22:42,654
Pieces of eight! Hello, boy. Hello.

245
00:22:42,778 --> 00:22:47,124
You're a smart one, Jim.
Smart as paint you are!

246
00:22:50,369 --> 00:22:53,022
'Tain't everyone can make that bird talk.

247
00:22:53,122 --> 00:22:56,126
Hey there! Glass of double rum.

248
00:23:00,421 --> 00:23:02,970
Black Dog! Stop him!

249
00:23:04,300 --> 00:23:05,677
Stop him!

250
00:23:06,886 --> 00:23:08,263
Cady. Run, catch him!

251
00:23:12,975 --> 00:23:15,854
No. Not him. Him!

252
00:23:17,313 --> 00:23:19,965
- Who did you say he was?
- Black Dog.

253
00:23:20,065 --> 00:23:22,193
He was one of the...

254
00:23:26,196 --> 00:23:27,473
He was one of the pirates.

255
00:23:27,573 --> 00:23:30,167
One of them swabs? After him, all of ye!

256
00:23:30,367 --> 00:23:32,019
Run him down!

257
00:23:32,119 --> 00:23:34,668
And if you don't catch him,
don't you come back!

258
00:23:39,835 --> 00:23:42,554
What was he doing here, I'd like to know.

259
00:23:43,923 --> 00:23:47,973
Sharks like him,
they'll give my house a bad name.

260
00:23:49,511 --> 00:23:51,831
What would the new landlord say?

261
00:23:51,931 --> 00:23:55,543
Why, he'd never set foot
in the place again.

262
00:23:55,643 --> 00:23:56,860
Now, would he?

263
00:23:59,355 --> 00:24:02,655
Black Dog, eh? I'll black dog him.

264
00:24:03,108 --> 00:24:06,095
I never thought the day'd come
I'd need this pistol

265
00:24:06,195 --> 00:24:07,993
against them cutthroats.

266
00:24:09,448 --> 00:24:11,892
Heavy ball and a light charge of powder

267
00:24:11,992 --> 00:24:15,041
works best on a touchy
little craft like this, here.

268
00:24:16,997 --> 00:24:19,091
Try the balance?

269
00:24:22,336 --> 00:24:24,964
See the engraving on the trigger guard?

270
00:24:26,465 --> 00:24:28,342
Solid silver.

271
00:24:29,426 --> 00:24:33,272
Butler of London made that there
sidearm for Admiral Hawke.

272
00:24:34,014 --> 00:24:37,293
And the Admiral,
he give it to me for loyal service

273
00:24:37,393 --> 00:24:39,587
aboard the old Portland.

274
00:24:42,022 --> 00:24:45,092
Do ye think you could shoot one?

275
00:24:45,192 --> 00:24:47,786
- Oh! Yes, sir.
- All right, then.

276
00:24:49,780 --> 00:24:52,349
You are a smart one.

277
00:24:52,449 --> 00:24:56,124
I might've known
you could handle a firearm.

278
00:24:58,455 --> 00:25:02,276
Now, put it in your pocket
and keep it there at half cock.

279
00:25:02,376 --> 00:25:06,280
But don't go waving it in the face of
every man who asks for a glass of stout.

280
00:25:06,380 --> 00:25:08,991
- Oh, no, Mr. Silver.
- But if you clamps your dead lights

281
00:25:09,091 --> 00:25:12,661
on that there Black Dog again,
repel boarders.

282
00:25:12,761 --> 00:25:15,080
- I know, sir.
- And I knows a lad I can trust

283
00:25:15,180 --> 00:25:17,875
while I'm out doing my duty by Squire.

284
00:25:17,975 --> 00:25:21,354
And when I come back,
I'll have a crew and you'll have a pistol.

285
00:25:22,730 --> 00:25:26,985
- You mean to keep?
- That's my meaning, matey.

286
00:25:27,443 --> 00:25:30,663
You've got the word of Long John Silver.

287
00:25:32,322 --> 00:25:35,292
- Shipmates.
- Shipmates.

288
00:25:52,885 --> 00:25:54,057
Boat alongside, sir.

289
00:26:05,397 --> 00:26:07,650
Step lively there. Get a move on.

290
00:26:17,868 --> 00:26:20,872
- Get up. Get up with us.
- Ahoy!

291
00:26:23,499 --> 00:26:25,501
Line up there.

292
00:26:27,544 --> 00:26:30,263
All hands muster aft.

293
00:26:32,925 --> 00:26:36,161
Long John Silver,
reporting as ordered, sir.

294
00:26:36,261 --> 00:26:39,289
- I see you did it, Silver.
- Like I said, Mr. Trelawney,

295
00:26:39,389 --> 00:26:42,626
they ain't pretty, but they knows the sea.

296
00:26:42,726 --> 00:26:45,629
Picked up Hawke's old helmsman, we did.

297
00:26:45,729 --> 00:26:49,299
And a boatswain what
pipes man-o'-war fashions.

298
00:26:49,399 --> 00:26:52,636
- Splendid, Silver. Splendid!
- Heave to!

299
00:26:55,531 --> 00:26:56,623
Captain.

300
00:27:01,245 --> 00:27:03,418
Well, Captain, here's your crew.

301
00:27:03,539 --> 00:27:05,382
Would you care to have a word with them?

302
00:27:06,542 --> 00:27:08,652
- Mr. Arrow?
- Yes, sir.

303
00:27:08,752 --> 00:27:10,612
Record the names and sailing records

304
00:27:10,712 --> 00:27:13,215
of every man jack on board
for entry into the log.

305
00:27:13,715 --> 00:27:16,059
- And check your watches.
- Aye, aye, sir.

306
00:27:16,552 --> 00:27:18,805
Step forward, there. Step lively.

307
00:27:19,096 --> 00:27:21,940
And now, sir, I'd like to have a word
with you in the cabin, if I may.

308
00:27:22,933 --> 00:27:24,776
And you, Doctor.

309
00:27:28,397 --> 00:27:30,820
Fetch your gear and take it below.

310
00:27:38,907 --> 00:27:42,186
Captain Smollett,
here's to our speedy departure.

311
00:27:42,286 --> 00:27:44,730
Thank you, sir.
Well, I have something on my mind,

312
00:27:44,830 --> 00:27:47,483
and at the risk of giving offense,
I'd better speak plain.

313
00:27:47,583 --> 00:27:50,235
I don't like this cruise
and I don't like the men.

314
00:27:50,335 --> 00:27:52,633
Possibly, sir, you may not like
your employer, either.

315
00:27:52,754 --> 00:27:55,928
Stay a bit, Trelawney. No need for ill
feeling till we hear the captain out.

316
00:27:56,300 --> 00:27:58,702
I don't like secret voyages,
Mr. Trelawney,

317
00:27:58,802 --> 00:28:02,147
when the only secret kept
is the one in my sealed orders.

318
00:28:02,264 --> 00:28:03,999
Everybody else about the town is saying
319
00:28:04,099 --> 00:28:08,149
that we're headed for a treasure island
with a marked map to guide us.

320
00:28:08,270 --> 00:28:09,988
Someone's been talking.

321
00:28:10,272 --> 00:28:13,651
Well, I never breathed a word.
Livesy, have you?

322
00:28:15,152 --> 00:28:18,347
In my experience, adventure
of this kind may mean life and death,

323
00:28:18,447 --> 00:28:20,182
and a close run.

324
00:28:20,282 --> 00:28:22,559
We may need a trustworthy crew.

325
00:28:22,659 --> 00:28:24,895
Not one recruited by the ship's cook.

326
00:28:24,995 --> 00:28:27,339
That ship's cook was acting
under my orders, sir!

327
00:28:27,456 --> 00:28:29,504
Well, is the cook responsible
for the ship's safety?

328
00:28:29,625 --> 00:28:31,677
Well, really! I...

329
00:28:35,172 --> 00:28:37,366
We're all concerned
with the ship's safety, Captain.

330
00:28:37,466 --> 00:28:40,015
As matters stand,
what measures would you propose?

331
00:28:40,135 --> 00:28:42,354
Two. The whereabouts of any treasure maps
332
00:28:42,471 --> 00:28:45,958
to be kept strictly secret
from myself and my mate, Mr. Arrow.

333
00:28:46,058 --> 00:28:49,044
The firearms removed from
the forward hold and stored aft, here.

334
00:28:49,144 --> 00:28:51,922
Surely you don't anticipate mutiny?

335
00:28:52,022 --> 00:28:54,195
If I did, I wouldn't put to sea at all.

336
00:28:54,316 --> 00:28:56,694
The garrison arrangement's
a sensible precaution.

337
00:28:56,818 --> 00:28:58,303
That's fair enough, Trelawney.

338
00:28:58,403 --> 00:29:00,722
Very well. If it'll get us out to sea.

339
00:29:00,822 --> 00:29:02,699
- Agreed then, sir.
- Good.

340
00:29:02,824 --> 00:29:04,826
Now, Captain.

341
00:29:16,755 --> 00:29:18,473
You will find I'll do my duty.

342
00:29:22,302 --> 00:29:24,475
Hang it, Livesy.
Why'd you take the fellow's part?

343
00:29:25,889 --> 00:29:30,210
Because I think our captain's
a very conscientious man.

344
00:29:30,310 --> 00:29:32,733
I find his conduct un-English.
345
00:29:36,233 --> 00:29:37,280
Downright un-English.

346
00:29:38,360 --> 00:29:40,012
Weigh anchor, Mr. Arrow.

347
00:29:40,112 --> 00:29:42,365
All hands on deck! Man the windlass!

348
00:29:47,995 --> 00:29:50,168
Fall the topsail!

349
00:29:52,874 --> 00:29:54,421
Anchors aweigh, sir!

350
00:30:58,565 --> 00:31:01,159
Aloft there! Overhaul the buntline!

351
00:31:05,530 --> 00:31:08,600
Well, Captain, what do you
say about our crew now?

352
00:31:08,700 --> 00:31:11,270
Oh, they're seamen of sorts, sir.

353
00:31:11,370 --> 00:31:15,274
A shade better than Lord Mayor's men,
and no worse than dock-wallopers

354
00:31:15,374 --> 00:31:17,342
brought aboard by the press-gang.

355
00:31:18,752 --> 00:31:23,633
- Mr. Arrow, brace your foreyard!
- Aye, aye, sir.

356
00:31:24,007 --> 00:31:25,350
Lee fore brace!

357
00:31:26,385 --> 00:31:27,728
Avast!

358
00:31:28,845 --> 00:31:30,062
Avast!
359
00:31:33,266 --> 00:31:36,019
- Mr. Arrow.
- Concealed weapon, sir.

360
00:31:36,645 --> 00:31:37,692
Bring that man aft.

361
00:31:44,444 --> 00:31:47,243
- What's your name?
- George Merry, sir.

362
00:31:47,697 --> 00:31:49,791
I suppose you sailed
with Admiral Hawke, too?

363
00:31:50,033 --> 00:31:51,910
Aye, sir. Master gunner.

364
00:31:52,452 --> 00:31:54,125
You brought your own cannon aboard?

365
00:31:54,454 --> 00:31:57,607
Men accustomed to warfare
do arm themselves.

366
00:31:57,707 --> 00:31:59,880
Not when engaged on peaceful,
commercial enterprise.

367
00:32:01,670 --> 00:32:04,114
Any further offense, 12 lashes.

368
00:32:04,214 --> 00:32:06,992
And that goes for all the fo'c'sle hands.

369
00:32:07,092 --> 00:32:08,869
- See to it, Mr. Arrow.
- Aye, aye, sir.

370
00:32:08,969 --> 00:32:10,516
Dismissed.

371
00:32:21,440 --> 00:32:23,425
I'll have to turn mine in, too.

372
00:32:23,525 --> 00:32:25,135
Here.

373
00:32:25,235 --> 00:32:27,971
- You ain't let no one see it, have ye?
- No, sir.

374
00:32:28,071 --> 00:32:31,350
Then it would go hard with Long John
if you was to turn it in now.

375
00:32:31,450 --> 00:32:32,559
But why?

376
00:32:32,659 --> 00:32:35,687
Well, here's a captain with a suspicious
turn of mind,

377
00:32:35,787 --> 00:32:38,982
and here's Long John handing out firearms,

378
00:32:39,082 --> 00:32:41,860
to an able-bodied seaman like yourself.

379
00:32:41,960 --> 00:32:43,945
But I'd do no harm with it.

380
00:32:44,045 --> 00:32:46,740
- Would you keep it out of sight?
- Yes, sir.

381
00:32:46,840 --> 00:32:49,263
You ain't given to rum drinking, are ye?

382
00:32:49,426 --> 00:32:51,019
Oh, no, sir.

383
00:32:51,428 --> 00:32:55,274
Nor quarrelsome, like some I could name?

384
00:32:55,515 --> 00:32:58,168
I don't want no mate peachin' on me.

385
00:32:58,268 --> 00:32:59,836
You shouldn't have crossed him, George.
386
00:32:59,936 --> 00:33:01,254
Now he can take away our rum ration.

387
00:33:01,354 --> 00:33:03,548
- You knows his reputation.
- And drink it all himself.

388
00:33:03,648 --> 00:33:05,616
Why did you give him the chance, then?

389
00:33:06,776 --> 00:33:09,054
You heard the orders.

390
00:33:09,154 --> 00:33:12,057
Seamen knives is all, and them
in full sight.

391
00:33:12,157 --> 00:33:15,536
Well, Israel Hands,
here's one he don't get.

392
00:33:22,792 --> 00:33:25,511
Ain't that a beauty, now.

393
00:33:28,673 --> 00:33:32,803
Why, a knife like that'd bring
down a gull.

394
00:33:38,308 --> 00:33:42,003
Devil burn ye, John Silver,
and don't think ye come that over me.

395
00:33:42,103 --> 00:33:45,799
Time you learn, George Merry,
just who is captain

396
00:33:45,899 --> 00:33:49,594
aboard this here commercial enterprise.

397
00:33:49,694 --> 00:33:51,847
A captain's was a captain
wouldn't have that mate around

398
00:33:51,947 --> 00:33:53,765
sticking his nose into fo'c'sle business.
399
00:33:53,865 --> 00:33:57,620
You lay a finger on Mr. Arrow,
and you'll answer to me.

400
00:34:01,081 --> 00:34:04,568
Mr. Arrow be a friend
of Long John Silver's

401
00:34:04,668 --> 00:34:07,612
and I plans to take care of him.

402
00:34:07,712 --> 00:34:10,886
Be that clear, George Merry?

403
00:34:18,223 --> 00:34:21,209
You know, matey, if you and me
was worth our salt,

404
00:34:21,309 --> 00:34:25,439
we'd think out a way to
sweeten Mr. Arrow's disposition.

405
00:34:30,151 --> 00:34:33,722
I knows what'll do him.

406
00:34:33,822 --> 00:34:36,850
- Plum duff.
- Oh, my mother made that!

407
00:34:36,950 --> 00:34:39,811
Tasted proper on a cold night, didn't it?

408
00:34:39,911 --> 00:34:43,148
Did your mother ever put a drop of
rum in it?

409
00:34:43,248 --> 00:34:45,717
Good and strong,
so the smell went up your nose.

410
00:34:45,834 --> 00:34:48,508
Aye, it's too bad we ain't got none.

411
00:34:48,795 --> 00:34:52,032
Plum duff ain't no better
than bilge water without rum.
412
00:34:52,132 --> 00:34:53,408
Can't you get rum for cooking?

413
00:34:53,508 --> 00:34:56,661
And have Captain suspect me of
sneaking double grog?

414
00:34:56,761 --> 00:34:59,039
I could ask Squire for some.

415
00:34:59,139 --> 00:35:00,482
Without Captain knowing?

416
00:35:00,599 --> 00:35:01,917
I'm sure I could.

417
00:35:02,017 --> 00:35:04,169
Blow me down, so ye could.

418
00:35:04,269 --> 00:35:07,797
You have an egress and regress
to the gentlemen in the cabin,

419
00:35:07,897 --> 00:35:10,821
but, uh, can you keep that many secrets?

420
00:35:12,527 --> 00:35:14,128
Aye, aye, sir.

421
00:35:14,228 --> 00:35:16,396
You're a good 'un, Jim.

422
00:35:16,698 --> 00:35:19,247
I seen that from the start.

423
00:35:48,980 --> 00:35:52,926
A-yo, ho, ho and a bottle of rum

424
00:36:01,910 --> 00:36:04,709
Starboard watch on deck!

425
00:36:05,664 --> 00:36:08,508
Starboard watch on deck!
426
00:36:08,708 --> 00:36:11,211
Starboard watch on deck!

427
00:36:17,092 --> 00:36:19,202
Mr. Arrow?

428
00:36:19,302 --> 00:36:23,523
Could ye spare a minute
afore you go topside again?

429
00:36:32,107 --> 00:36:36,237
Plum duff. I made it special for you, sir.

430
00:36:45,120 --> 00:36:47,999
And that's what gives it the flavor.

431
00:36:51,626 --> 00:36:55,005
Sweeten to suit your taste.

432
00:37:06,307 --> 00:37:08,751
Right there, you big monkey.

433
00:37:42,469 --> 00:37:45,518
You'll need your sea legs
up there tonight, sir.

434
00:38:08,703 --> 00:38:11,398
Have ye forgot, George?

435
00:38:11,498 --> 00:38:15,819
I'm the one what's taking care
of Mr. Arrow.

436
00:38:26,095 --> 00:38:28,289
And it shall be entered in the log

437
00:38:28,389 --> 00:38:32,085
that Mr. Arrow, mate on the Hispaniola

438
00:38:32,185 --> 00:38:37,090
was washed overboard in a storm
on the night of May 14,

439
00:38:37,190 --> 00:38:41,741
and his body not recovered for burial.
440
00:38:42,278 --> 00:38:47,225
Unto Almighty God we commend
the soul of our brother departed

441
00:38:47,325 --> 00:38:50,645
and commit his body to the deep.

442
00:38:50,745 --> 00:38:52,543
Amen.

443
00:39:02,298 --> 00:39:05,034
Do you think we'll ever sight land again?

444
00:39:05,134 --> 00:39:07,120
- We will.
- When?

445
00:39:07,220 --> 00:39:08,997
Ooh, there are signs.

446
00:39:09,097 --> 00:39:11,065
What signs?

447
00:39:11,349 --> 00:39:13,960
Sailors' vapors, mostly.

448
00:39:14,060 --> 00:39:17,380
Crew always gets quarrelsome
towards the end of a voyage

449
00:39:17,480 --> 00:39:20,233
when all the beer's gone
and the water keg's crawling

450
00:39:21,067 --> 00:39:24,679
and all you've got left is
salt pork and boiled beans,

451
00:39:24,779 --> 00:39:27,307
and boiled beans and salt pork.

452
00:39:27,407 --> 00:39:29,434
There's a few apples left.

453
00:39:29,534 --> 00:39:32,437
And when the last apple's et,
we'll sight land.

454
00:39:32,537 --> 00:39:35,440
- Then I'm going to eat 'em all up.
- Good.

455
00:39:35,540 --> 00:39:38,840
- Hey, fetch me one.
- Aye, aye, sir.

456
00:39:59,439 --> 00:40:03,384
- What do you think, George?
- We can take this ship right now.

457
00:40:03,484 --> 00:40:06,721
- Then what are we waiting for?
- That's what I wants to know.

458
00:40:06,821 --> 00:40:09,390
Since me and Norton joined you,
the only crew left

459
00:40:09,490 --> 00:40:12,060
on Captain's side
is Gray and Joyce and Hunter.

460
00:40:12,160 --> 00:40:14,663
And I say, cut their throats!

461
00:40:17,665 --> 00:40:21,152
And I say there'll be no killing
till I give the word.

462
00:40:21,252 --> 00:40:22,362
What's come over you, John?

463
00:40:22,462 --> 00:40:24,697
When you were sailing with Flint,
it was cut and rip.

464
00:40:24,797 --> 00:40:27,367
John's gone too genteel for bloodletting.

465
00:40:27,467 --> 00:40:29,661
You thickheaded swab!
466
00:40:29,761 --> 00:40:32,914
Who got rid of Arrow so quiet
that no one suspected?

467
00:40:33,014 --> 00:40:36,251
Not even young Hawkins,
who brought be the rum for the job.

468
00:40:36,351 --> 00:40:39,571
And who'll get ye firearms
in the same way when the time comes?

469
00:40:39,812 --> 00:40:42,423
Nobody's crossing you, John,
but we still would like to know

470
00:40:42,523 --> 00:40:43,695
what we're waitin' for.

471
00:40:43,900 --> 00:40:47,325
We're waiting while a first-class
navigator like Captain Smollett

472
00:40:47,528 --> 00:40:51,057
sails this here bumboat
to our destination.

473
00:40:51,157 --> 00:40:54,519
We can steer a course,
but who's to set one?

474
00:40:54,619 --> 00:40:57,897
You'll get plenty
of cut and rip when the time comes.

475
00:40:57,997 --> 00:41:01,317
But until I gives the signal, lay to.

476
00:41:01,417 --> 00:41:03,611
Well, we'll wait, but it won't be easy.

477
00:41:03,711 --> 00:41:07,240
Well, I want some pickles and wine
and a mouthful of rum, I do.

478
00:41:07,340 --> 00:41:12,471
When a thirst is on ye,
bite into a pippin real savage.

479
00:41:13,188 --> 00:41:16,899
- It staves off the desire.
- Land ho!

480
00:41:18,434 --> 00:41:19,777
Land ho!

481
00:41:33,366 --> 00:41:36,791
Long John Silver. I just can't believe it.

482
00:41:36,953 --> 00:41:39,230
I'd never have questioned his loyalty.

483
00:41:39,330 --> 00:41:41,082
Everything he told us was a lie.

484
00:41:42,417 --> 00:41:44,545
I've been a fool, sir.

485
00:41:45,837 --> 00:41:47,655
You're not the only one, lad.

486
00:41:47,755 --> 00:41:50,700
Captain Smollett, I own myself an ass.

487
00:41:50,800 --> 00:41:54,454
- You were right, I was wrong.
- No more wrong than I, Squire.

488
00:41:54,554 --> 00:41:56,831
I'm the man that signed Scully and Norton

489
00:41:56,931 --> 00:41:58,958
and they've turned against me.

490
00:41:59,058 --> 00:42:03,046
Precious few of us left now.
Counting Joyce, Gray, Hunter,

491
00:42:03,146 --> 00:42:05,399
Redruth, Williams,
that makes us eight. Nine.
492
00:42:05,982 --> 00:42:07,905
Nine against 20? Pretty heavy odds.

493
00:42:08,359 --> 00:42:10,157
We have all the firearms.
Can't we surprise them?

494
00:42:10,528 --> 00:42:13,014
That's my plan when I get them all ashore.

495
00:42:13,114 --> 00:42:15,934
Did Silver give any hint
when he meant to start the mutiny?

496
00:42:16,034 --> 00:42:17,352
No, sir.

497
00:42:17,452 --> 00:42:19,270
Well, here's my view.
We've got time ahead of us,

498
00:42:19,370 --> 00:42:20,396
at least till we find the treasure.

499
00:42:20,496 --> 00:42:22,982
Yes, but can Silver keep
his men in check that long?

500
00:42:23,082 --> 00:42:24,943
If he can hold them back for 24 hours,

501
00:42:25,043 --> 00:42:28,968
I'll have every one of
the mutinous dogs in irons.

502
00:42:29,672 --> 00:42:32,325
Well, here's our course. Lay to,

503
00:42:32,425 --> 00:42:35,036
and give them no cause for alarm,
otherwise they'd strike at once.

504
00:42:35,136 --> 00:42:36,788
In the meantime,
we'll arm the faithful hands
505
00:42:36,888 --> 00:42:38,581
and keep a sharp lookout for them.

506
00:42:38,681 --> 00:42:40,900
If you hear any murmurs
against Silver, report to me.

507
00:42:43,019 --> 00:42:45,213
Jim warned us once.
I wonder if he could do it again.

508
00:42:45,313 --> 00:42:46,940
Jim, could you play a part you don't feel?

509
00:42:47,356 --> 00:42:50,426
Keep your ears open,
and stay friends with Silver?

510
00:42:50,526 --> 00:42:52,904
Stay friends with him?

511
00:42:59,035 --> 00:43:02,380
Yes, sir. I'll stay friends with him.

512
00:43:11,714 --> 00:43:14,909
'Tis a sweet spot for a young lad ashore.

513
00:43:15,009 --> 00:43:17,912
You'll climb trees and hunt goats,
you will.

514
00:43:18,012 --> 00:43:20,540
And when you've a mind
to do a bit of explorin',

515
00:43:20,640 --> 00:43:24,861
just you ask ol' John, and he'll put up
a bit of grub for ye to take along.

516
00:43:27,271 --> 00:43:30,491
What's come over ye, lad?
Cat got your tongue?

517
00:43:32,476 --> 00:43:33,574
All hands.
518
00:43:35,571 --> 00:43:38,433
Any of you seen that land before?

519
00:43:38,533 --> 00:43:40,706
I have, sir.

520
00:43:41,786 --> 00:43:45,606
I was cook on a trader that watered here.

521
00:43:45,706 --> 00:43:48,901
- Where's the anchorage?
- Yonder, sir, through that inlet.

522
00:43:49,001 --> 00:43:51,529
- Can it be entered at low tide?
- Aye.

523
00:43:51,629 --> 00:43:54,490
There's a kind of passage been dug there

524
00:43:54,590 --> 00:43:57,535
in a manner of speaking, by nature.

525
00:43:57,635 --> 00:44:00,913
You give me a strong pull
with a long boat, sir,

526
00:44:01,013 --> 00:44:02,890
and I'll guide her in like a lamb.

527
00:44:03,057 --> 00:44:06,106
Good. Stand by to lower the boats.

528
00:44:17,738 --> 00:44:20,016
Can I come along in the boat?

529
00:44:20,116 --> 00:44:22,810
- Captain Smollett?
- Yes?

530
00:44:22,910 --> 00:44:26,710
Young Hawkins here wants
to try his hand on a tiller.

531
00:44:27,165 --> 00:44:29,213
Permission granted.

532
00:44:32,044 --> 00:44:34,322
Now that we've got here,
what are we waiting for?

533
00:44:34,422 --> 00:44:37,408
We're waiting till
I decide the time be right.

534
00:44:37,508 --> 00:44:40,387
Be that plain enough, George Merry?

535
00:44:42,221 --> 00:44:44,519
Lower away.

536
00:44:46,309 --> 00:44:49,404
- You're to have the helm, ain't you?
- Aye.

537
00:44:51,022 --> 00:44:54,258
- See Redruth on guard there?
- Aye.

538
00:44:54,358 --> 00:44:57,512
When I give ye the signal, jump on him
so's we can rush the aft cabin

539
00:44:57,612 --> 00:44:59,785
and get them muskets.

540
00:45:02,116 --> 00:45:05,370
Cast off your forward lines.

541
00:45:11,876 --> 00:45:15,176
Stand by to weigh anchor.

542
00:45:37,526 --> 00:45:40,096
Five fathoms!

543
00:45:40,196 --> 00:45:42,306
Good anchorage here, sir.

544
00:45:42,406 --> 00:45:45,876
- Ready to drop anchor.
- Aye, aye, sir.

545
00:46:21,445 --> 00:46:25,057
- Rush him!
- Boys, get on deck fast!

546
00:46:25,157 --> 00:46:27,836
Belay! Lay to!

547
00:46:29,203 --> 00:46:32,127
Get below, you scum. Double quick.

548
00:46:32,832 --> 00:46:35,836
Get down. Get down.

549
00:46:41,299 --> 00:46:43,910
- Lash down the hatch.
- Now we're for it.

550
00:46:44,010 --> 00:46:47,856
Cast off the lines
and pull for the shore. Lively!

551
00:46:48,889 --> 00:46:52,268
None of that, my men. Turn about.
Come alongside.

552
00:46:54,353 --> 00:46:57,323
Fire that musket, and I cuts his throat.

553
00:46:59,191 --> 00:47:02,178
Merry, you blundering squid.
Can you hear me?

554
00:47:02,278 --> 00:47:04,597
Aye, I hear ye.

555
00:47:04,697 --> 00:47:09,060
Lie low till a treaty be made.
And this time, follow orders.

556
00:47:09,160 --> 00:47:12,730
As for you, Mr. Smollett,
I'll give ye one hour

557
00:47:12,830 --> 00:47:17,006
to send a boat ashore with Flint's map
and give yourself up to Mr. Merry.

558
00:47:17,793 --> 00:47:23,015
So be it if you want to
see young Hawkins alive.

559
00:47:23,591 --> 00:47:25,810
Pull for the shore. Lively!

560
00:47:29,680 --> 00:47:32,524
By Jove, sir, we've got to save that boy.

561
00:47:34,143 --> 00:47:37,421
Now then, matey, don't ye take it so hard.

562
00:47:37,521 --> 00:47:39,757
Why, it is lucky you came along,

563
00:47:39,857 --> 00:47:44,178
or old John here, he'd
have had nothing to bargain with.

564
00:47:44,278 --> 00:47:47,306
But that don't mean I'd harm
a hair of your little head.

565
00:47:47,406 --> 00:47:49,725
Liar! You let go of me.

566
00:47:49,825 --> 00:47:54,146
There, now, see? Here, here!
Come back here.

567
00:47:54,246 --> 00:47:57,566
- Come here, you.
- After him, you swabs.

568
00:47:57,666 --> 00:48:00,840
Come on! Go on! Go on!

569
00:48:23,484 --> 00:48:25,862
Come on! There he goes.

570
00:48:30,199 --> 00:48:33,874
After him! After him!
571
00:48:37,081 --> 00:48:40,881
- Which way, Scully?
- Pipe down. I thought I heard him.

572
00:48:46,924 --> 00:48:49,452
A hang good job of sighting you did.

573
00:48:49,552 --> 00:48:52,601
Ah, he must have doubled back.
Beat to the woods, mates.

574
00:48:52,847 --> 00:48:54,895
After him!

575
00:49:12,992 --> 00:49:16,041
No, no, no! Don't shoot!

576
00:49:16,203 --> 00:49:18,356
You wouldn't harm Ben Gunn?

577
00:49:18,456 --> 00:49:22,927
Poor Ben Gunn, I am.
And I haven't spoke with a Christian

578
00:49:23,210 --> 00:49:25,446
these five years.

579
00:49:25,546 --> 00:49:28,282
Five years! Were you shipwrecked?

580
00:49:28,382 --> 00:49:31,386
Nay, mate. Marooned.

581
00:49:32,595 --> 00:49:36,874
Tell me, mate, would that be Flint's ship?

582
00:49:36,974 --> 00:49:39,835
No, Flint's dead.
The master of that ship's

583
00:49:39,935 --> 00:49:41,921
a gentleman, Captain Smollett.

584
00:49:42,021 --> 00:49:46,550
"Gentleman, " says you.
"Flint's men, " says I.

585
00:49:46,650 --> 00:49:48,302
I've seen 'em.

586
00:49:48,402 --> 00:49:51,847
Some of them are Flint's men,
but they got aboard by a trick.

587
00:49:51,947 --> 00:49:55,810
Is there a man with one leg among 'em?

588
00:49:55,910 --> 00:49:58,729
- Long John Silver.
- Nay, if you were sent by him

589
00:49:58,829 --> 00:50:00,957
I'm as good as pork, and I knows it.

590
00:50:01,207 --> 00:50:03,551
No, you don't understand.

591
00:50:03,792 --> 00:50:07,171
He's trying to take me as hostage.
I hate John Silver.

592
00:50:07,505 --> 00:50:11,931
"And fear him, too," says you.
Everybody feared Flint's quartermaster.

593
00:50:12,176 --> 00:50:15,020
It was him has marooned me here.

594
00:50:15,137 --> 00:50:20,519
I ain't had a mouthful of Christian diet
these five years.

595
00:50:21,352 --> 00:50:24,088
Marooned five years!

596
00:50:24,188 --> 00:50:27,533
And lived on goats and berries.

597
00:50:28,776 --> 00:50:30,845
Many is the night
598
00:50:30,945 --> 00:50:34,473
I dreamed of cheese.

599
00:50:34,573 --> 00:50:36,434
Toasted, mostly.

600
00:50:36,534 --> 00:50:39,520
You wouldn't have a rind of cheese
about you, would you, now?

601
00:50:39,620 --> 00:50:41,939
There's cheese by the hundredweight
aboard ship.

602
00:50:42,039 --> 00:50:43,858
Now, if you could
help me row a long boat...

603
00:50:43,958 --> 00:50:47,736
"Boat, " says you.
"Ben Gunn's your man, " says I.

604
00:50:47,836 --> 00:50:50,448
What might ye call yourself, mate?

605
00:50:50,548 --> 00:50:52,575
- Jim.
- Jim.

606
00:50:52,675 --> 00:50:55,828
Jim. Well, now, Jim,

607
00:50:55,928 --> 00:50:58,807
you just follow Ben Gunn.

608
00:51:04,812 --> 00:51:07,486
A little more west, sir.

609
00:51:09,650 --> 00:51:11,197
There it is.

610
00:51:12,486 --> 00:51:15,535
With that stockade as a base
for our operations ashore
611
00:51:15,656 --> 00:51:18,660
we stand a better chance
of rescuing that boy.

612
00:51:23,247 --> 00:51:25,295
That's all.

613
00:51:28,252 --> 00:51:31,197
Keep a sharp watch,
one stem, the other stern.

614
00:51:31,297 --> 00:51:35,017
- You'll be relieved in good time.
- Let us out of here, you dogs!

615
00:51:36,093 --> 00:51:38,287
Don't be afraid of those bilge rats,

616
00:51:38,387 --> 00:51:40,640
but don't underestimate them either.

617
00:51:42,850 --> 00:51:45,444
Shove off.

618
00:51:50,983 --> 00:51:56,347
Made it with me own hands
out of bamboo and goatskins, mostly.

619
00:51:56,447 --> 00:51:59,517
"And a trim little craft," says you.

620
00:51:59,617 --> 00:52:02,770
- Will she hold us both?
- That she will.

621
00:52:02,870 --> 00:52:08,548
"But first, " says you, "we'll see if
the coast is clear of Flint's men."

622
00:52:13,505 --> 00:52:16,534
No sign of 'em.

623
00:52:16,634 --> 00:52:21,014
Look! The jolly boat!
They're coming for me!
624
00:52:28,896 --> 00:52:32,299
Let us out of here, you dogs!

625
00:52:32,399 --> 00:52:35,994
Open up, you swab!

626
00:52:38,155 --> 00:52:40,874
Let us out of here!

627
00:52:44,036 --> 00:52:46,480
Open the hatches!

628
00:52:46,580 --> 00:52:50,734
Come on. Let us out of prison!

629
00:52:50,834 --> 00:52:54,384
Stop that, or I fires.

630
00:52:57,091 --> 00:52:58,809
Break! Break!

631
00:53:02,262 --> 00:53:04,890
Pull, boys. Pull for the shore.

632
00:53:05,724 --> 00:53:08,068
Stop that!

633
00:53:10,562 --> 00:53:12,564
Blast away!

634
00:53:13,941 --> 00:53:15,864
Blasted!

635
00:53:35,129 --> 00:53:37,427
Aye! Ahoy there.

636
00:53:37,798 --> 00:53:40,017
Now we'll all be marooned.

637
00:53:51,895 --> 00:53:54,256
Aye, we can give that captain
a proper welcome ashore.

638
00:53:54,356 --> 00:53:58,782
Avast. Pay no heed to them. Make
for the ship. We want them muskets.

639
00:54:02,197 --> 00:54:04,642
- Captain...
- No, no, matey.

640
00:54:04,742 --> 00:54:08,354
- Do you want John Silver to hear us?
- But Captain won't know where I went.

641
00:54:08,454 --> 00:54:14,257
No need to. Ben Gunn knows
where your captain's headed for.

642
00:54:19,006 --> 00:54:21,555
There be your friends, sure enough.

643
00:54:23,343 --> 00:54:26,722
Come on. Come along.

644
00:54:26,847 --> 00:54:30,167
If your captain wants to see Ben Gunn,

645
00:54:30,267 --> 00:54:32,753
tell him to come tonight, alone,

646
00:54:32,853 --> 00:54:35,756
to the top of Spy Glass Hill.

647
00:54:35,856 --> 00:54:37,278
I'll tell him.

648
00:54:37,399 --> 00:54:43,657
And tell him them as hides can find,
and them as finds can hide!

649
00:54:44,948 --> 00:54:49,374
Yo, ho, ho and a bottle of rum

650
00:54:49,745 --> 00:54:52,089
Give me the full one, George.

651
00:54:53,040 --> 00:54:58,422
Yo, ho, ho and a bottle of rum
652
00:55:02,674 --> 00:55:04,660
Changed your quarters, have ye, George?

653
00:55:04,760 --> 00:55:07,454
Aye. I took the ship for you, didn't I?

654
00:55:07,554 --> 00:55:10,854
- I can't remember asking ye.
- You said when the time was right.

655
00:55:11,892 --> 00:55:14,545
Clap him in irons.

656
00:55:14,645 --> 00:55:17,172
Clap him in irons!

657
00:55:17,272 --> 00:55:19,946
I'll carry out your orders, John,
but I'm speakin' in open council

658
00:55:20,067 --> 00:55:23,287
for you to give George Merry
another chance.

659
00:55:23,445 --> 00:55:26,181
George here ain't the one
to lay plans, but if you aims

660
00:55:26,281 --> 00:55:29,351
to take this stockade,

661
00:55:29,451 --> 00:55:32,625
well, George is a good man in a fight.

662
00:55:32,746 --> 00:55:35,482
Too good to be rotting down below.

663
00:55:35,582 --> 00:55:37,568
- That's right, John.
- That's right, John.

664
00:55:37,668 --> 00:55:41,029
That's very civil spoke, Israel Hands.

665
00:55:41,129 --> 00:55:44,199
And now we'll put it to Mr. Merry,

666
00:55:44,299 --> 00:55:47,473
if I'm to take any more of his sauce.

667
00:55:51,348 --> 00:55:54,334
- I'm with ya, Captain.
- Aye, aye, Captain.

668
00:55:54,434 --> 00:55:58,422
All right, then.
If I'm captain, then this is orders.

669
00:55:58,522 --> 00:56:02,593
All hands ashore
except Israel and Haggott here.

670
00:56:02,693 --> 00:56:05,053
The two of you remain on board
and guard the ship.

671
00:56:05,153 --> 00:56:06,221
Aye, aye, sir.

672
00:56:06,321 --> 00:56:09,266
If you're in trouble, you can signal me
by firing the cannon.

673
00:56:09,366 --> 00:56:13,937
- Aye, aye, sir.
- And when you're doing sentry, though,

674
00:56:14,037 --> 00:56:16,790
just ease off a point on the rum.

675
00:56:17,624 --> 00:56:19,843
Hear that, Haggott?

676
00:56:30,929 --> 00:56:33,749
Now, which is it, drink or fight?

677
00:56:33,849 --> 00:56:36,477
Fight! Fight!

678
00:56:40,522 --> 00:56:44,843
Then would you say, Jim, from what
you saw of this Ben Gunn, is he sane?

679
00:56:44,943 --> 00:56:49,681
Well, yes, I shouldn't wonder.

680
00:56:49,781 --> 00:56:52,518
A man who's been biting his nails
for years on a desert island

681
00:56:52,618 --> 00:56:55,103
can't be expected to appear
as sane as you or I.

682
00:56:55,203 --> 00:56:57,564
Why did he want you
to come after dark, Captain?

683
00:56:57,664 --> 00:57:00,567
Safety, of course. But frankly,
I've no craving for his company.

684
00:57:00,667 --> 00:57:04,404
If he knows as much about the island as
he says he does, I may pay him a visit.

685
00:57:04,504 --> 00:57:08,283
Later, perhaps. Right now,
we may expect visitors ourselves.

686
00:57:08,383 --> 00:57:10,556
- Can you load, Jim Hawkins?
- Yes, sir.

687
00:57:10,677 --> 00:57:13,396
Good. When they come,
we must have their rations ready.

688
00:57:13,513 --> 00:57:17,084
Let them come, by Jove.
They'll find me ready.

689
00:57:17,184 --> 00:57:19,357
Once I've had my brandy.

690
00:57:22,439 --> 00:57:24,112
Quarters!
691
00:57:24,608 --> 00:57:26,802
Flag of truce!

692
00:57:26,902 --> 00:57:30,347
Hold your positions.
I'll go and have a look.

693
00:57:30,447 --> 00:57:32,916
Flag of truce!

694
00:57:34,868 --> 00:57:36,916
What do you want with your flag of truce?

695
00:57:37,037 --> 00:57:40,086
Captain Silver to come aboard
and make terms.

696
00:57:40,248 --> 00:57:43,026
Captain Silver? Who's he?

697
00:57:43,126 --> 00:57:46,488
Me, sir. These poor lads here

698
00:57:46,588 --> 00:57:50,718
have chosen me captain
after your desertion, sir.

699
00:57:50,884 --> 00:57:54,764
My man, I've got no desire to talk to you.

700
00:57:54,888 --> 00:57:57,732
But if you want to talk to me,
you can come aboard.

701
00:57:57,849 --> 00:58:00,836
There'll be no treachery,
unless it's on your side.

702
00:58:00,936 --> 00:58:05,908
The word of a gentleman
be good enough for Long John.

703
00:58:11,154 --> 00:58:15,000
It may be a trick.
Gray, Joyce, Hunter, keep stations!
704
00:58:25,002 --> 00:58:26,987
That's far enough. Sit down.

705
00:58:27,087 --> 00:58:32,059
Very well, sir, but one of you'll
have to give me a leg up again.

706
00:58:34,386 --> 00:58:37,915
A sweet, pretty place
you have here, to be sure.

707
00:58:38,015 --> 00:58:41,752
And there's Jim. How be my little matey?

708
00:58:41,852 --> 00:58:44,004
And Squire and Doctor.

709
00:58:44,104 --> 00:58:46,256
My service to ye, gentlemen.

710
00:58:46,356 --> 00:58:48,508
If you've anything to say,
you'd better say it.

711
00:58:48,608 --> 00:58:51,953
You're right, Captain.
Well, the long and the short of it be this.

712
00:58:52,070 --> 00:58:57,017
I want Flint's map, and I can
risk half my crew to get it.

713
00:58:57,117 --> 00:58:59,686
But that ain't Captain Silver's way.

714
00:58:59,786 --> 00:59:02,790
"Try reasoning first," says I.

715
00:59:02,914 --> 00:59:07,361
I never was one to see poor
seamen shot down needless like.

716
00:59:07,461 --> 00:59:10,761
You are not in Parliament yet,
John Silver. Come to the point.
717
00:59:11,131 --> 00:59:14,701
You're a good man, Doctor.
I've never seen a better.

718
00:59:14,801 --> 00:59:20,103
And I'd hate to see the likes of you
skewered on the end of a pike.

719
00:59:20,974 --> 00:59:22,976
So here be my terms.

720
00:59:23,101 --> 00:59:27,714
You give us that there map and you
can stay here and keep your lives.

721
00:59:27,814 --> 00:59:30,818
We'll divide stores with ye, man to man,

722
00:59:30,942 --> 00:59:35,823
and I gives you my affidavit
to stop the first ship I sight

723
00:59:35,947 --> 00:59:37,995
and send 'em here to pick you up.

724
00:59:38,116 --> 00:59:42,496
- Your word, Silver?
- Handsomer you couldn't ask.

725
00:59:42,621 --> 00:59:46,817
And I hopes all gentlemen present
will over all my words,

726
00:59:46,917 --> 00:59:50,237
for what be said to one be said to all.

727
00:59:50,337 --> 00:59:55,013
- Is that all?
- Every last word, by thunder!

728
00:59:55,592 --> 00:59:58,596
Very good. Now hear my terms.

729
00:59:59,304 --> 01:00:02,353
If you come up here, one by one, unarmed,
730
01:00:02,474 --> 01:00:04,693
I'll engage to clap you all in irons

731
01:00:04,810 --> 01:00:07,359
and take you home
to a fair trial in England.

732
01:00:07,479 --> 01:00:10,424
You can't find the treasure.
You can't sail a ship.

733
01:00:10,524 --> 01:00:14,928
And your cowardly scum can't fight.
Now, bundle out of here, double quick.

734
01:00:15,028 --> 01:00:17,122
- Give me a hand up, will ye?
- Not I.

735
01:00:18,115 --> 01:00:20,868
Who'll give me a hand, I say.

736
01:00:25,664 --> 01:00:28,525
So be it!

737
01:00:28,625 --> 01:00:31,278
But 'fore an hour's out,

738
01:00:31,378 --> 01:00:34,448
you'll be begging help from me.

739
01:00:34,548 --> 01:00:38,553
Them that die'll be the lucky ones!

740
01:00:50,647 --> 01:00:53,300
Truce be over!

741
01:00:53,400 --> 01:00:55,886
Cutlasses, you swabs!

742
01:00:55,986 --> 01:00:57,579
They've opened fire here from the east.

743
01:00:57,696 --> 01:00:59,306
They'll board from all sides at once.
744
01:00:59,406 --> 01:01:02,159
Slash them down!

745
01:01:13,044 --> 01:01:16,218
Burn 'em, boys, burn 'em!
Burn 'em, you swabs.

746
01:01:26,224 --> 01:01:28,272
Musket.

747
01:01:50,749 --> 01:01:53,193
Out, lads. Fight in the open.

748
01:01:53,293 --> 01:01:56,046
Keep those muskets loaded. Here.

749
01:02:04,554 --> 01:02:07,899
Cut that captain down!

750
01:03:06,616 --> 01:03:09,586
They're on the run.
Take cover before they reload.

751
01:03:13,164 --> 01:03:15,901
Come back here, you lubberly Turks.

752
01:03:16,001 --> 01:03:19,130
Oh, for 10 toes!

753
01:03:32,475 --> 01:03:35,103
- Quick, Doctor!
- Bar the door.

754
01:03:37,564 --> 01:03:40,033
Jim, my case. My case.

755
01:04:02,422 --> 01:04:05,158
Think they'll attack again?

756
01:04:05,258 --> 01:04:09,663
I don't know, Jim.
It's hard to foresee the end of this.

757
01:04:09,763 --> 01:04:12,415
Jim, take this map. I want you to have it.

758
01:04:12,515 --> 01:04:15,359
Just a precaution.
It's yours by right, you know.

759
01:04:15,685 --> 01:04:17,858
And if the worst comes to the worst,

760
01:04:18,271 --> 01:04:21,320
don't hesitate to buy your life with it.

761
01:04:23,360 --> 01:04:25,362
Water.

762
01:04:48,718 --> 01:04:50,412
How many of them fell?

763
01:04:50,512 --> 01:04:52,163
Five or six at least, that I know of.

764
01:04:52,263 --> 01:04:55,959
Better odds now. They won't
drive us out of here in a hurry.

765
01:04:56,059 --> 01:04:58,903
- They may not try to.
- Why not?

766
01:05:00,188 --> 01:05:03,049
At flood tide tomorrow,
nothing's to hinder them

767
01:05:03,149 --> 01:05:06,177
from bringing the ship close in shore.

768
01:05:06,277 --> 01:05:08,888
Once within cannon range,
they could level this fort.

769
01:05:08,988 --> 01:05:12,208
- By Jove, I hadn't thought of that.
- Will they think of it?

770
01:05:12,909 --> 01:05:15,854
Silver might, blast him!
771
01:05:15,954 --> 01:05:19,232
They've got all the boats.
Otherwise, we could slip out,

772
01:05:19,332 --> 01:05:22,444
cut the hawser,
and the ship might beach herself.

773
01:05:22,544 --> 01:05:25,218
- I could swim for it, sir.
- Can't spare you.

774
01:05:27,882 --> 01:05:30,260
Just nuisance firing, that's all.

775
01:06:38,119 --> 01:06:40,271
You heard what he said!

776
01:06:40,371 --> 01:06:43,375
Ease off a point on the rum!

777
01:06:55,261 --> 01:06:57,622
- No, you don't.
- But I want my ration

778
01:06:57,722 --> 01:07:00,333
and none of your sour looks neither.

779
01:07:00,433 --> 01:07:02,836
Stand clear of that rum.

780
01:07:02,936 --> 01:07:06,047
You'll get no more till we're relieved.
And if you don't keep off it,

781
01:07:06,147 --> 01:07:08,716
I'll fire that cannon
and get a proper watch aboard.

782
01:07:08,816 --> 01:07:11,194
- Oh, will ya?
- Yeah!

783
01:09:00,345 --> 01:09:03,064
So it was you had Flint's map.
784
01:10:34,230 --> 01:10:37,325
- Not another step.
- Jim.

785
01:10:38,651 --> 01:10:41,054
Jim.

786
01:10:41,154 --> 01:10:44,124
I reckon I'll have to strike my colors.

787
01:10:45,533 --> 01:10:49,520
That comes hard
from a master mariner to a...

788
01:10:49,620 --> 01:10:53,250
To a ship's younker like you, Jim.

789
01:10:55,668 --> 01:10:58,780
But you're like Silver said,

790
01:10:58,880 --> 01:11:01,491
smart as paint.

791
01:11:01,591 --> 01:11:05,370
One more step, Mr. Hands,
and I'll blow your brains out.

792
01:11:05,470 --> 01:11:07,768
Now, now, matey.

793
01:11:13,311 --> 01:11:14,890
Matey.

794
01:14:44,855 --> 01:14:47,074
Dr. Livesy?

795
01:14:51,237 --> 01:14:53,706
Dr. Livesy.

796
01:14:57,868 --> 01:14:59,996
Doctor?

797
01:15:04,041 --> 01:15:05,384
Matey.
798
01:15:20,141 --> 01:15:26,319
Pieces of eight! Pieces of eight!

799
01:15:29,483 --> 01:15:33,304
- Pipe down!
- Aye, 'tis the cabin boy.

800
01:15:33,404 --> 01:15:35,973
Someone's pinked him, for certain.

801
01:15:36,073 --> 01:15:38,392
Blood poisoning, I shouldn't doubt.

802
01:15:38,492 --> 01:15:40,978
Save me cutting your throat,
you little swab.

803
01:15:41,078 --> 01:15:45,232
- Avast, George Merry.
- Avast, is it?

804
01:15:45,332 --> 01:15:47,401
Little matey, is it?

805
01:15:47,501 --> 01:15:51,697
Maybe a touch of this here would show
Master Hawkins which side he were on.

806
01:15:51,797 --> 01:15:54,533
And some others I could name.

807
01:15:54,633 --> 01:15:58,287
Maybe you thought you was captain here.

808
01:15:58,387 --> 01:16:00,936
Fetch the water bucket!

809
01:16:06,437 --> 01:16:10,132
I don't have to be captain
to know my rights.

810
01:16:10,232 --> 01:16:13,511
And askin' your pardon, this here crew
would lay a sight more confidence
811
01:16:13,611 --> 01:16:16,847
in a captain as allowed us our say
about enemy prisoners.

812
01:16:16,947 --> 01:16:19,850
Prisoners be one thing, hostages another.

813
01:16:19,950 --> 01:16:21,894
We has the ship. We has the fort.

814
01:16:21,994 --> 01:16:24,188
What good is a hostage, and him bad hurt?

815
01:16:24,288 --> 01:16:26,273
Why, you knot head.

816
01:16:26,373 --> 01:16:30,653
With him bad hurt, they'll part
with the map to save his life.

817
01:16:30,753 --> 01:16:34,724
We'll hoist the flag of truce
and hail that doctor.

818
01:16:36,050 --> 01:16:39,161
Or would any man jack of ye

819
01:16:39,261 --> 01:16:43,207
care to give me
an argument to the contrary?

820
01:16:43,307 --> 01:16:45,651
So that's your sort, is it?

821
01:16:45,893 --> 01:16:48,546
You're great hands to talk, you are.

822
01:16:48,646 --> 01:16:51,757
But when it comes to fightin',
that boy there

823
01:16:51,857 --> 01:16:54,576
be a better man than any two of you.

824
01:17:02,618 --> 01:17:05,730
Before this crew takes anymore orders
from you, Long John,

825
01:17:05,830 --> 01:17:08,232
we claims our rights
to step outside for a council.

826
01:17:08,332 --> 01:17:10,835
- According to rules.
- Let's go, council.

827
01:17:27,935 --> 01:17:31,756
You! What are you doing here?
Doctor? Squire?

828
01:17:31,856 --> 01:17:34,675
They gave us the slip last night, matey.

829
01:17:34,775 --> 01:17:37,720
When we walked in here, they was gone.

830
01:17:37,820 --> 01:17:42,391
Now you lay still.
You're going to be cared for proper.

831
01:17:42,491 --> 01:17:46,121
Old John will fetch that doctor here.

832
01:18:29,997 --> 01:18:32,733
Flag of truce!

833
01:18:32,833 --> 01:18:35,194
Ahoy!

834
01:18:35,294 --> 01:18:38,405
Doctor?

835
01:18:38,505 --> 01:18:41,179
We have Jim Hawkins!

836
01:18:42,509 --> 01:18:45,287
Ahoy!

837
01:18:45,387 --> 01:18:47,498
Doctor!
838
01:18:47,598 --> 01:18:49,692
Ahoy!

839
01:19:03,572 --> 01:19:07,247
Step up, lad. I won't
hurt no member of a deputation.

840
01:19:10,746 --> 01:19:14,341
The black spot! Well, shiver my timbers.

841
01:19:15,668 --> 01:19:20,072
What be this?
This here was cut from a Bible.

842
01:19:20,172 --> 01:19:22,992
- What fools cut a Bible?
- What did I say?

843
01:19:23,092 --> 01:19:27,347
- "No good'll come of that," I said.
- Was it you, Job Anderson?

844
01:19:28,222 --> 01:19:30,833
Now Job can say his prayers.

845
01:19:30,933 --> 01:19:33,919
He's had his slice of luck, Job has.

846
01:19:34,019 --> 01:19:38,716
- Cut a Bible! You'll all swing now.
- Belay that talk, John Silver.

847
01:19:38,816 --> 01:19:42,011
This crew has tipped you
the black spot in full council.

848
01:19:42,111 --> 01:19:45,139
The rules is, you turn it over in
duty bound, and see what's wrote there.

849
01:19:45,239 --> 01:19:50,227
Thank ye, George.
You always was brisk for business.

850
01:19:50,327 --> 01:19:53,480
"Deposed." And very pretty wrote.
851
01:19:53,580 --> 01:19:56,504
Your handwriting, George?

852
01:19:57,251 --> 01:20:00,471
You're getting quite a leading hand
in this here crew.

853
01:20:01,005 --> 01:20:03,324
You'll be captain next,
I shouldn't wonder.

854
01:20:03,424 --> 01:20:06,118
You can't fool
this crew no more, John Silver.

855
01:20:06,218 --> 01:20:09,205
Step down off your perch and vote.

856
01:20:09,305 --> 01:20:11,899
John Silver!

857
01:20:14,977 --> 01:20:18,964
There'll be no voting till the business
of this here map be disposed of.

858
01:20:19,064 --> 01:20:23,886
Till then I'm still captain, and
your black spot ain't worth a biscuit.

859
01:20:23,986 --> 01:20:26,096
Map or no map, we ain't
givin' up no hostage

860
01:20:26,196 --> 01:20:28,815
till we lays hands on the treasure itself.
Am I right, mates?

861
01:20:29,241 --> 01:20:32,519
How ye going to find that
treasure without the map?

862
01:20:32,619 --> 01:20:35,213
Silver!

863
01:20:40,002 --> 01:20:43,906
- John Silver!
- Top o' the morning, Doctor.

864
01:20:44,006 --> 01:20:47,534
Will ye come aboard and take a look
at young Hawkins' wound?

865
01:20:47,634 --> 01:20:50,120
No more of your tricks, Silver.

866
01:20:50,220 --> 01:20:53,770
If Jim Hawkins is there, bring him out.

867
01:20:58,687 --> 01:21:01,736
You want to see that doctor,
don't ye, Jim?

868
01:21:05,694 --> 01:21:08,055
If I take ye as far as the stockade,

869
01:21:08,155 --> 01:21:11,850
will you give me your affidavit
not to slip your cable?

870
01:21:11,950 --> 01:21:13,477
- Word of honor?
- Word of honor.

871
01:21:13,577 --> 01:21:14,687
Right, then.

872
01:21:14,787 --> 01:21:17,356
Stand by here while I parleys with him.

873
01:21:17,456 --> 01:21:21,277
And keep a sharp lookout on all sides.

874
01:21:21,377 --> 01:21:23,445
I'll keep a weather eye
out for a man what's trying

875
01:21:23,545 --> 01:21:27,074
to get a foot in each camp,
and he with only one leg.

876
01:21:27,174 --> 01:21:32,806
You'd better come back with that map
and the hostage, Captain Silver!

877
01:21:34,556 --> 01:21:36,775
Doctor!

878
01:21:40,687 --> 01:21:42,673
Steady, lad. Steady, Jim.

879
01:21:42,773 --> 01:21:44,946
Aye, he's had a rum go of it, sir.

880
01:21:47,361 --> 01:21:51,432
- Taking to knifing boys, eh, Silver?
- Not me, sir.

881
01:21:51,532 --> 01:21:55,311
Why, if it hadn't been for Long John,
he'd have had his throat cut.

882
01:21:55,411 --> 01:21:58,711
Bite hard on that bullet, Jim.
This will have to be opened.

883
01:22:04,837 --> 01:22:09,825
You could cut my good leg off 'fore I'd
raise a finger against that there lad.

884
01:22:09,925 --> 01:22:15,080
Why, when he comes crawling into
the fort half dead, I says to myself,

885
01:22:15,180 --> 01:22:18,709
"You've got to save that dear boy, John."

886
01:22:18,809 --> 01:22:22,129
Captain would wish it,
Squire would wish it and you'd wish it.

887
01:22:22,229 --> 01:22:25,132
So Captain Silver is minded
to join us again, eh?

888
01:22:25,232 --> 01:22:29,053
I'll be honest and open with you,
as I always am.
889
01:22:29,153 --> 01:22:32,348
When I climbed the fort
and seen the Hispaniola

890
01:22:32,448 --> 01:22:36,685
flying that Union Jack,
I knew I'd been taught a lesson

891
01:22:36,785 --> 01:22:39,755
by my betters.

892
01:22:42,875 --> 01:22:45,527
I thinks gold dust of this dear boy.

893
01:22:45,627 --> 01:22:47,613
I've took to him like pitch.

894
01:22:47,713 --> 01:22:50,824
You'd have killed me yourself
if you'd had that map.

895
01:22:50,924 --> 01:22:55,037
But you'll not get it. I'd die first.

896
01:22:55,137 --> 01:22:58,374
You're a mite late to talk of dying.

897
01:22:58,474 --> 01:23:02,086
No, old John, he ain't human, he ain't.

898
01:23:02,186 --> 01:23:05,923
He didn't care about
saving his little matey's life, not him.

899
01:23:06,023 --> 01:23:10,010
- All he wanted was this here map.
- Very well. You have the map.

900
01:23:10,110 --> 01:23:12,096
But what good is the treasure
without a ship to haul it?

901
01:23:12,196 --> 01:23:16,392
And what good be a ship if 'tis
only to haul me to execution, Doc?
902
01:23:16,492 --> 01:23:18,394
I be no coward, Doctor,

903
01:23:18,494 --> 01:23:21,605
but the thought of them there gallows
gives me the shakes.

904
01:23:21,705 --> 01:23:24,316
Now, if I was to save young Hawkins' life,

905
01:23:24,416 --> 01:23:27,277
do ye think ye could
save mine into the bargain?

906
01:23:27,377 --> 01:23:29,947
- You save him?
- I could guard the boy

907
01:23:30,047 --> 01:23:33,242
while I plays at treasure hunting
with them scum.

908
01:23:33,342 --> 01:23:36,829
But they'll not give him up
till they sees the treasure dug.

909
01:23:36,929 --> 01:23:39,706
Now, wouldn't that
warrant a good word to the captain?

910
01:23:39,806 --> 01:23:41,917
- I want to speak with the boy alone.
- Speak and welcome,

911
01:23:42,017 --> 01:23:46,713
and make a note of that, too, but go
on with your doctoring while you talks.

912
01:23:46,813 --> 01:23:49,532
One false move, and they'll fire.

913
01:23:59,201 --> 01:24:01,353
Jim, I don't know how you
managed to save us that ship.

914
01:24:01,453 --> 01:24:03,647
- But I lost the map.
- The map's not important to us now,

915
01:24:03,747 --> 01:24:05,190
but your safety is.

916
01:24:05,290 --> 01:24:07,484
So you're not going back
to those fellows. Now, listen carefully.

917
01:24:07,584 --> 01:24:11,029
I'll make a quick break to draw their fire.
The moment I do, you fall flat.

918
01:24:11,129 --> 01:24:12,197
Then before they've time to reload,

919
01:24:12,297 --> 01:24:14,366
you're up and running and
we both head for the woods. Right?

920
01:24:14,466 --> 01:24:16,076
- I can't!
- Why not?

921
01:24:16,176 --> 01:24:17,870
I gave Long John my word.

922
01:24:17,970 --> 01:24:21,691
They'd have killed me
if it hadn't been for him.

923
01:24:23,642 --> 01:24:26,336
Perhaps you're right, Jim.

924
01:24:26,436 --> 01:24:28,438
Silver!

925
01:24:34,319 --> 01:24:36,680
I want to give you one piece of advice.

926
01:24:36,780 --> 01:24:40,142
Stay close to that boy,
and this I promise you,

927
01:24:40,242 --> 01:24:42,436
if we get out of this wolf trap alive,

928
01:24:42,536 --> 01:24:45,005
I'll do my best to save you,
short of perjury.

929
01:24:45,414 --> 01:24:48,418
You couldn't say more,
not if you was my mother.

930
01:24:48,917 --> 01:24:52,467
Heaven forbid! Good luck, Jim.

931
01:25:10,272 --> 01:25:12,549
- It's the map!
- By Jove, he's got it!

932
01:25:12,649 --> 01:25:15,886
And now, by thunder, I resign.

933
01:25:15,986 --> 01:25:19,014
Elect anyone you please
to be your captain.

934
01:25:19,114 --> 01:25:21,183
I've done with ye.

935
01:25:21,283 --> 01:25:24,878
- No, no!
- John Silver for me, yeah!

936
01:25:27,456 --> 01:25:30,426
Take it back, George Merry,
and tear it up.

937
01:25:34,046 --> 01:25:36,657
Put it back in the good book, mate.

938
01:25:36,757 --> 01:25:40,202
Poor roving seamen, the likes of you

939
01:25:40,302 --> 01:25:44,352
needs every scrap of scripture he can get.

940
01:25:50,646 --> 01:25:53,257
Mind what I say, Master Hawkins
941
01:25:53,357 --> 01:25:56,327
and don't try to fly the coop again.

942
01:25:59,071 --> 01:26:01,974
Appearances, matey, appearances.

943
01:26:02,074 --> 01:26:05,602
March now, you little spritsail.

944
01:26:05,702 --> 01:26:09,773
To Finger Trunk Tree by Devil's Rock

945
01:26:09,873 --> 01:26:12,752
bearing a point to the north
of north-northeast.

946
01:26:20,050 --> 01:26:22,724
There she be!

947
01:26:23,470 --> 01:26:24,767
Come on!

948
01:26:41,947 --> 01:26:46,018
Hey! Now, who might that be?

949
01:26:46,118 --> 01:26:48,520
He were a seaman, all right.

950
01:26:48,620 --> 01:26:50,814
- Leastways, this be good sea cloth.
- Like enough.

951
01:26:50,914 --> 01:26:52,941
You wouldn't look to find a bishop here.

952
01:26:53,041 --> 01:26:55,736
- What did he die of, I want to know?
- He died of Flint's hand,

953
01:26:55,836 --> 01:26:58,680
as did five other men Flint took ashore.

954
01:26:59,214 --> 01:27:01,199
That would be Darby McGraw.
955
01:27:01,299 --> 01:27:03,619
- Mind old Darby, Morgan?
- Aye, I mind him.

956
01:27:03,719 --> 01:27:04,995
Owed me money, he did.

957
01:27:05,095 --> 01:27:08,206
I don't like the way he's stretched out.
Ain't natural. Ain't nice.

958
01:27:08,306 --> 01:27:11,651
I've a notion. Where's that map?

959
01:27:12,978 --> 01:27:15,797
As I thought. Right in line!

960
01:27:15,897 --> 01:27:20,135
By thunder! It makes me go
cold inside to think of Flint.

961
01:27:20,235 --> 01:27:24,348
This one he hauled here
and laid down by compass

962
01:27:24,448 --> 01:27:28,268
to point the way to the doubloons.

963
01:27:28,368 --> 01:27:30,871
Fetch ahead now!

964
01:27:45,927 --> 01:27:47,144
There it is!

965
01:28:02,277 --> 01:28:04,262
Where is it?

966
01:28:04,362 --> 01:28:05,739
It's gone!

967
01:28:06,406 --> 01:28:08,875
Gone? Dig!

968
01:28:09,117 --> 01:28:11,836
Rip it up, you swabs!

969
01:28:20,545 --> 01:28:22,047
Stand by for trouble.

970
01:28:30,305 --> 01:28:33,750
One dirty guinea! There's your £700,000!

971
01:28:33,850 --> 01:28:37,129
Hardly worth dividing, is it, George?

972
01:28:37,229 --> 01:28:39,798
So you did make a bargain with the doctor!

973
01:28:39,898 --> 01:28:42,822
Look at his face, mates!
You can see it wrote on his face!

974
01:28:43,026 --> 01:28:45,074
Be you standing for captain again?

975
01:29:00,794 --> 01:29:01,841
Aah!

976
01:29:07,676 --> 01:29:11,121
- Dr. Livesy!
- Jim, are you all right?

977
01:29:11,221 --> 01:29:14,332
Thank ye kindly, Doctor.
You came in the nick of time

978
01:29:14,432 --> 01:29:17,085
for Hawkins and...

979
01:29:17,185 --> 01:29:18,754
Ben Gunn.

980
01:29:18,854 --> 01:29:24,342
How do, Mr. Silver? "Pretty well,
I thank ye," says you.

981
01:29:24,442 --> 01:29:28,054
Ben, to think 'twas you that done me.

982
01:29:28,154 --> 01:29:32,267
"What happened to Flint's gold?" says you.

983
01:29:32,367 --> 01:29:36,469
"Ben Gunn's cave," says I.

984
01:29:40,333 --> 01:29:44,404
Them as hides can find, Mr. Silver.

985
01:29:44,504 --> 01:29:50,182
"But not when them that finds
has hid it," says I.

986
01:30:02,188 --> 01:30:05,988
John Silver! Now what have you
got to say for yourself?

987
01:30:08,904 --> 01:30:11,807
Well, sir, by your leave, sir,

988
01:30:11,907 --> 01:30:14,226
John Silver's come back to do his duty.

989
01:30:14,326 --> 01:30:15,393
Hmm.

990
01:30:15,493 --> 01:30:17,979
And happy I am to think, sir,

991
01:30:18,079 --> 01:30:23,193
that I had some small hand in
saving young Master Hawkins

992
01:30:23,293 --> 01:30:25,512
when he was within half a plank of death.

993
01:30:25,837 --> 01:30:29,262
And does that clear you
of the crime of mutiny?

994
01:30:30,425 --> 01:30:32,619
Please, sir, he did save my life.

995
01:30:32,719 --> 01:30:34,892
Jim's right.
Silver kept his side of the bargain.
996
01:30:35,221 --> 01:30:38,145
Then you're both free
to testify on his behalf.

997
01:30:38,433 --> 01:30:40,961
He'll have a fair trial in England.

998
01:30:41,061 --> 01:30:44,923
Squire Trelawney, while the doctor's
helping me down to the beach,

999
01:30:45,023 --> 01:30:48,260
I suggest you get a load aboard the ship.

1000
01:30:48,360 --> 01:30:51,346
Take John Silver along
and put him in irons.

1001
01:30:51,446 --> 01:30:53,448
Aye, aye, sir.

1002
01:30:58,203 --> 01:31:01,252
Now, then, Silver,
none of your monkeyshines.

1003
01:31:07,170 --> 01:31:11,658
Jim, lad, would ye do a favor
for your old shipmate?

1004
01:31:11,758 --> 01:31:16,830
Would ye take Captain Flint?
I've tried caging her before,

1005
01:31:16,930 --> 01:31:21,418
but this old bird,
she can't abide a prison.

1006
01:31:21,518 --> 01:31:24,112
There ain't much in nature as can.

1007
01:31:28,149 --> 01:31:30,969
I couldn't, Long John. I'd like it,

1008
01:31:31,069 --> 01:31:33,555
but I fear she'd just remind me...
1009
01:31:33,655 --> 01:31:36,308
Well, no matter, though I'd dearly love

1010
01:31:36,408 --> 01:31:40,145
to leave you a trinket to a lad I respect.

1011
01:31:40,245 --> 01:31:42,839
All right, Silver, enough of that.

1012
01:31:51,548 --> 01:31:54,784
Beggin' your pardon, Squire,
you should caulk her

1013
01:31:54,884 --> 01:31:57,012
while she's heeled over.

1014
01:32:06,938 --> 01:32:09,633
Jump now, and swim for it.

1015
01:32:09,733 --> 01:32:12,552
And you, too, Squire.

1016
01:32:12,652 --> 01:32:15,639
Why, if you think that you...

1017
01:32:15,739 --> 01:32:17,724
If I may make so bold, sir,

1018
01:32:17,824 --> 01:32:21,061
I'll borrow your boat,
but I ain't takin' you to Jamaica.

1019
01:32:21,161 --> 01:32:24,415
- Lively, now!
- You monster!

1020
01:32:28,752 --> 01:32:31,237
Heads up! I can't swim so far!

1021
01:32:31,337 --> 01:32:33,907
My service to you, Squire.

1022
01:32:34,007 --> 01:32:37,386
Might be as you care to float.
1023
01:32:42,640 --> 01:32:44,768
Belay!

1024
01:32:46,144 --> 01:32:49,089
You steer me a true course
through the channel

1025
01:32:49,189 --> 01:32:52,614
and I'll put ye off on yon spit of land.

1026
01:33:11,419 --> 01:33:14,798
Hey! Hey there, avast!

1027
01:33:16,758 --> 01:33:19,307
- Shove me off!
- I'll take no orders from you.

1028
01:33:19,552 --> 01:33:22,146
You put me on here.
Now you'll shove me off

1029
01:33:22,680 --> 01:33:26,560
or by the powers,
you'll get what I gave George Merry.

1030
01:33:41,616 --> 01:33:44,916
- Hurry, Livesy!
- Coming, Squire.

1031
01:33:55,713 --> 01:33:58,216
Shoulder to it, Jim.

1032
01:34:00,009 --> 01:34:03,913
That's it!

1033
01:34:04,013 --> 01:34:06,812
Shove her nose out.

1034
01:34:14,899 --> 01:34:17,886
Thank ye, Jim. I might have known

1035
01:34:17,986 --> 01:34:21,389
you'd never let 'em
hang your old shipmate.
1036
01:34:21,489 --> 01:34:25,435
Pull out. Pull back. Overhaul him.

1037
01:34:25,535 --> 01:34:27,788
Harder.

1038
01:34:40,049 --> 01:34:43,349
Ah, well, the sharks may do for him yet.

1039
01:34:50,643 --> 01:34:55,194
Goodbye, matey! Good luck to ye!

1040
01:34:56,608 --> 01:35:01,785
Blast him. I could almost find it
in my heart to hope he makes it.