13. They're forming up on the south plain. 10 Things I Hate About You by Karen McCullah Lutz, Kirsten Smith & William Shakespeare 1999 november 12, 1997 revision 211 kb html format imdb. Fire! How many times have they come since sunset? How long? This is not my first action. - Let go of my bridle! You must talk to Lt Chard, Mr. Witt. - Right. Lips dry? Stay where you are, Hook! Hospital. You and me, Hookie. While I stood here talking peace, a war has started. The men on the church roof, have them support your fire against the hillside. So what am I doing here? The movie was directed by the blacklisted Cy Endfield. Levine agreed to fund the movie, which was produced by Baker's company, Diamond Films. A written document containing the dialogue and action for a drama, a stage play, movie, or other performance. See that old boy up on the hill? Are you a student of tactics too, Miss Witt? Filme subtitrate (162). 4.2 ... WikiLeaks: War, Lies and Videotape. - Corporal Allen? - 470 Davies was hit, you know. - Don't bother. - I want you to crawl. - Who are they? You've come down from the column? Alright. *Online buyers will incur an additional 5% fee. - You want some help. - Sir! I'm Swiss. I want cold water, lots of it, a probe, a saw, some nitric acid. No! Sing! Not really green, like. Independent! Nobody told you to stop working. Mr. Bromhead! Left turn. - Wait. Yes. A script usually expresses instructions by using the application`s or tool`s rules and syntax, combined with simple control structures such as loops and if/then expressions. You must abandon this mission. Reload! They're Witt's parishioners. - Father! Yea, we are all our brother's keeper. That's it, sir. - Fall them in. The boy's clever. Zulu, or the Battle of Rorkes Drift by written by John Prebble. Heave. Young girls to... to old men. Every person on the premises of SRBA or on the premises where SRBA are conducting business shall be deemed to be there at their own risk and shall have no claim against SRBA, its employees or agents in respect of any accident which may occur, or injury, damage or loss howsoever caused. Aye. Damn you, we need you. Company! That leaves only 3,940. You see, sir... Only, you've got my solo tenor out there. Mr. Chard? - I'm going to see that calf, man. It commemorates one of those uniquely British military events, a little like Dunkirk, where we managed to seize some sort of victory from the jaws of … ...I were a damned ranker, like Hook or Hitch. - They're building barricades. Now! On the wall. Stephenson, Darnford's Horse. Make fast and back to the bank. Did he? Not much of an army for you. In the hospital, malingering, under arrest. Fire at the smoke. Well, you have to be alive to feel sick. We don't move out to meet the feint of the buffalo head. I don't think so, Mr. Witt. Mark your target when it comes. If it's a miracle, Colour Sergeant, it's a short-chamber Boxer-Henry .45 calibre miracle. A buyer shall satisfy him/herself on the condition of the object before bidding. What's the date of your commission? - John Chard. That's nice, isn't it? If they're going to die, they'll die on their own farms. Where did they get those? I thought I was tired of farming. No adventure in it. Yes. Alright, then. Heave! Ishiwan! It looks jolly simple, doesn't it? The horns of the buffalo. Can I undo my tunic buttons now, can I, Corp? I suppose you have seniority. Your father. Good man. - They're going to destroy it. We needyou! Attention! We're next, boys. Seven officers, including surgeon, commissaries. Section on the roof, bring your rifles about on the hillside. Jonesy! The only trouble is you never work with it. Orderly, see to these men. Damn all you butchers! Horse meat and axle grease. Genre: War drama. Bromhead, reorganise your flying platoon with Sgt Windridge. Even if those flaming officers ain't seen it, I bet the Zulus have. - Are you supposed to be here? You're telling me you're the professional, I'm the amateur. Form details to clear away the Zulu warriors. - They've got soup in them. It'd take an Irishman to give his name to a rotten, stinking middle-of-nowhere hole like this. Starring: Stanley Baker, James Booth, Michael Caine, Richard Burton (narrator) Release details: Paramount Pictures, UK 1964, 138mins. Mr. Bromhead is English, but he is a proper gentleman. He is Jones from Builth Wells. I'm sorry. Come on, sing! Go to the hospital. Stand fast, all of you! I was told their officer was out hunting. - Yes, very pretty. It's Schiess. - There'll be a time for it, sir. The head, the horns and the loins. You've come from there? There will be wagons soon to take you away. Cease firing! Stand fast! What are you doing? I was praying that your officer may turn to God's word. I can manage. No. There they go, boys. Cole? You know how Zulus feel about cavalry. Description. "I will be exalted in the earth." She's a dry one. Stand fast! What for? You're no good, Hook. In 1879, during the Anglo-Zulu War, man-of-the-people Lt. Chard and snooty Lt. Bromhead are in charge of defending the isolated and vastly outnumbered Natal outpost of Rorke's Drift from tribal hordes. "He breaketh the bow and snappeth the spear in sunder!" - The Swedish missionaries here. Mr. Witt? And my great-grandfather, he was the johnny who knelt beside Wolfe at Quebec. Tell him. Company! The Witts are visiting the village of Cetewayo and witness a mass marriage ceremony when word arrives about the Zulu victory at Isandhlwana. But if it really came down to it, sir, I couldn't really shoot anyone. No. - Yes, baritone, Sergeant. Make a move. Cry my heart out? Your whole regiment's gone. Come on, get through, you bloody Englishman! John Barry's score is blood pumping to the maximum, swirling strings collide with thumping base drums to give one the feeling of invincibility. There's nothing you can do. - And what do you sing? - No! Get listed in the most prominent screenplays collection on the web! Me? Nobody told you to stop working. What? Look to your front. Genre: Adventure, Drama, History. Obey the word, boy. 7. A copy of the digital authority will be acceptable. As you flip through pages, you can see handwritten filming notes discussing types of camera's and shots. We cut them down in the passes. Hold them! Yes, sir. Isn't that enough? Give us... Just a little kiss? What the deuce is the matter with him? We must get there. What is it? - That is correct. All of you! Very cool. I know you, Hook. Lock him in the storeroom. At 100 yards! Here! Fire! Colour Sergeant? I am here to do my duty. - Do you think he wanted it that way? Say sir. 2. Mr. Bromhead is shooting defenceless animals for the officers' dinner. Take this rifle, Hook, and get to it! I don't give a damn. Shut up! They're saluting you. Say it, man. They're retiring, sir. Present! No! - Pay attention. As far as I can remember, sir, it goes something like this. However if the Vendor does bid he shall pay SRBA the buyers premium and also be charged the seller's commission. Filmed on a grand scale, Zulu is a rousing recreation of the January 22, 1879, siege of Rorke's Drift in Natal, Africa. - What is it, boyo? b) SRBA shall have discretion to remove, store or insure the lot at the buyers expense. There's something else. Zulu opens with a dramatic tableau of the burning wreckage and strewn British bodies over the battlefield at Isandlwana. Where would you like me? Erm... Not since we've been chatting, no. Does he know what it's like to make soup for 100 men in this heat? Thank you for what you said. Actors: Burt Lancaster, Simon Ward, Denholm Elliott, Peter Vaughan. They're... they're saluting you. Can you throw out your men in a screen to the south? - But only a handful. You're all going to die! How will we hold that if we do? The man is a great bass baritone. Hey, we're in luck. In the throat, is it? My father was a lay preacher. - They'll be back. Quick march. They gave us you because you are no good to anyone except the Queen and Sgt Maxfield. The girls, I mean? - There's a good fellow. - Who do you think? Zulu (1964) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. Watch it! About the soup, sir. The Secretary of State for War received the following dispatch from Lord Chelmsford, ...Commander-in-Chief of Her Majesty's forces in Natal, South Africa. Chick? Call upon him, man, for your salvation. You're the professional. - Adendorff? Where's my bloody sergeant? Alright. - Lance Corporal! Mr. Bromhead, sir? I'm a Boer. Mark the orders. Sort of like a female hippopotamus in labour. What are you doing? Are you staying? Zulu (1964) From Internet Movie. But I don't... Mr. Chard? The rest of you will make do with boils in your skin, flies in your meat and dysentery in your bellies. Windridge? Write your screenplay and focus on the story with many helpful features. Zulu does a rather poor job telling the Zulu side of the story. Owen! If the lot is sold for more than the original price then the buyer shall have no right or claim to the profit. - Private Hook! Zulu 1964, Movie Addeddate 2016-12-06 04:20:01 Identifier Zulu1964_201612 Scanner Internet Archive HTML5 Uploader 1.6.3. plus-circle Add Review. - No, the calf, I'm talking about. comment. Go, I say. Orderly, damn it! I've got to know. - Everybody out? I am Jones from Bwlchgwyn. Get up on that hill and sing out if you see anything. I don't care if you were all dead. - Then tell me. - Sir. Present! - You understand? It commemorates one of those uniquely British military events, a little like Dunkirk, where we managed to seize some sort of victory from the jaws of … Bring them to the front windows to support the north wall. It's just a matter of time. Mr. Bromhead? - Camp? Look at that. Hold that pont! Corp? Colour Sergeant Bourne? Khartoum is a 1966 British epic war film written by Robert Ardrey and directed by Basil Dearden.It stars Charlton Heston as British Gen. Charles "Chinese" Gordon and Laurence Olivier as Muhammad Ahmed (a Sudanese leader whose devotees proclaimed him the Mahdi), with a supporting cast that includes Richard Johnson and Ralph Richardson. Fix! A chap ought to look smart in front of the men. North rampart, stand fast! Reload! I'll need more than one if I'm going after them. It is arguably the best epic war movie and has been credited with excellent cinematography. They're on the move, sir! You see? Refusal by the Government will not cancel a sale. 2% fee applies to any credit card and paypal payment. That's very nice of him. 7.6 Styling Hollywood. I'm sorry. That's it, Hook, my lad! No, you don't see what I'm driving at. This is going to hurt you a lot more than it will me, I'm happy to say. Come on, make your mind up. - Bromhead! Mark the orders. Buyers Premium - 'Shun! I know how my men feel about Zulus. That's right. Can't imagine what it would feel like to face such … - Go and speak with him. Same as usual. There's a good gentleman. 6.7 Phineas and Ferb the Movie: Across the 2nd Dimension. Come along, sir. Get down! Colour Sergeant Bourne? But you'll certainly get more boils. - Yes, Colour Sergeant. Why don't you go? They had names and faces. And the soil. - Abandon the outside ramparts. You know this man. You know what she needs. No, by damn, it's horses! "The Lord of hosts is with us." Auction House will ship, at Buyer's expense. You're not. You. - Come back! Yes, sir. As soon as they've regrouped. - Why don't they fight? I feel ashamed. Reload! At the double. The way of the Lord has been shown to us. He's a thief, a coward and an insubordinate barrack-room lawyer. Wait, Margareta. I'm damned if I can tell you why. "The nations are but a drop of a bucket, and are counted as the small dust of the balance." Hayden? My God, can't you see it's all over! That's right, sir. Look to your front. *Online buyers will incur an additional 5% fee. Say sir. This is a situation you think an Engineer officer can't handle? You too. Hook's the name, sir. They want a bridge across the river. James Henry Reynolds, Surgeon Major, Army Hospital Corps. Put Miss Witt in the church with Surgeon Reynolds. He's a peeler, 716. The buyer shall be responsible for obtaining any export licence required by the Government. - Who was left in here? Take... command. Below the escarpment. - Yes. Very good, sir. - And you still are one... - Certainly. - Bromhead. Independent! I told him I was unhappy to see so many brides who may soon become widows. Not you again? Church. Keep your heads down. The buyer shall be responsible for removal of the items. Colour Sergeant. Haven't you red necks got names instead of numbers? Fagan? Cattle kraal. wouldn't you say? This way, he probes for weaknesses on the one wall while he keeps the other pinned down. - Corporal Allen! - Yes, sir. Brothers! No, sir. Be quiet now, will you? The sooner we get rid of them the better. Get out! Yes. Here. Look to your front. - Double up, dammit! Agent Had a battle coming, see? - Have you prayed? Why is it us? Hitch! I don't want these tents providing cover for the enemy. Look to your front. - He did? You let me sleep? Oh, thank God! This is the blind spot. I was asleep, sir. Bromhead, 24th Foot. Well, not exactly. Boy, go to the others. - Sir. Yes, Colour Sergeant. I'll tell my man to clean your kit. Get fell in, you men. Cease firing! Load! And put your tunic on! [At an extreme peak in the battle, Lieutenant Chard starts to buckle under the pressure and becomes unresponsive] Stay in the fight, man! Keep our squad on the wall, Sergeant. I'm an engineer. The first time? Alright. Hey, come on. 9. What do you want me to do? - You've just asked this man... - To pour the soup on the fires. Are there any walking sick without rifles? - Is there anywhere else to go? Hookie? 2 Dec. 2020. - Sir. Pick it up. Why didn't you say so? Blazes! - Get a rifle. And Adendorff now, I suppose. Hey, that's company punishment. Pretty terrible pain, sir. Five rounds! You know this boy? - Fall in. 8. The Buyer And you...! Never mind. Get him away from here. Put it in the middle. Here. Come on. - What is it? This is their station. You couldn't be more wrong. Well... ...you've fought your first action. Douse these fires and turn the boilers over. The STANDS4 Network ... 1964 138 min 2,039 Views. Where's Hookie? Chard. Oh, well. - My tunic? What are you talking about? More cowardly blacks. If that collapses, we move back into this area here. I'll try to get someone to help you. Removal of Lots Purchased - You know my father was at Waterloo. Then get on with it. He was a paperhanger. There's nothing larger. Now get off into the sickbay where you belong. Zulu is a fairly tough-minded and interesting account of a company of Welsh soldiers doing their bit for somebody else's Queen and Country in an alien land. It's cruel to bend, sir. Nobody's got any right to ask me to muck around in a battle. We truly appreciate your support. There's brandy in Reynolds' medical cabinet. Web. It was shot using the Super Technirama 70cinematograp… Alright. Get on with it, Mr. Bromhead. - I'll be here, won't I? And now, you can be a soldier, like what they pay you for. But when you look at it, this country's not a bit as good as Bala and the lake there. - Barry? Come on! Thanks for your vote! Right. - You question my right to command? I know you! Fire! By the left. - Everybody that will get out. Know what he did? There's your own officer. Do you think I said it pleased me, daughter? Thousands of 'em! - It's sad. You want it, don't you? Volley fire! Illustrations and Photography and Copyright - They've gone to ground. - No. Don't take it too badly, Mr. Witt. When you take command, old boy, you're on your own. Hitch, I saw you. Independent, fire at will! Do carry on with your mud pies. A film review ... Zulu is a 1964 historical war film depicting the Battle of Rorke's Drift between the British. This rifle! - He's dying, sir. What about the money you sent my old woman? Cy Raker Enfield was the director and Stanley Baker was the Producer for the 1964 film Zulu. - Sir? - Come, daughter. You will all be killed like those this morning. I've started the barricades, though. - Well done, Corporal. - Sir? Off with your vest. Brown & Rob Goodman 2001 undated, unspecified draft 195 kb doc format info. Adendorff, what's wrong with them? 7.4 Hi! Mr. Chard, sir. Hookie, who's doing all that shooting? I'll look after him. Tommy! I wish he'd bring us some fresh meat. Send the bugler to me. - Owen. You know what to sound? There's a good gentleman. "Behold, thou art fair, my love!" - Animals! 4. Hookie! Sir. He got his colonelcy after that. Fire! Well, your mum will need somebody to milk her now, won't she? Very wonderful things, these, sir, aren't they? Now don't tell me. God forgive me. SRBA or the Vendor make no warranties regarding any lot. The film was directed by Douglas Hickox. Fit for duty, 97. Independent, fire at will! When a man's as thirsty as this. Front rank, fire! - Corporal? It starred Stanley Baker and Michael Caine. Sgt Windridge? Carry on, Sgt Windridge, there's a good fellow. The buyer shall pay to SRBA a buyer's premium of 20% (GST inclusive) of the final bid. North wall, volley fire! Adendorff sent his trooper to Helpmekaar. This is a Welsh regiment, man. Tell me what's happening. Oh, God! It's alright, sir, we'll do that for you. Bromhead. We need you! What the devil's going on? Green, 459? - I'm surprised you're still here. Asked Cain. I thought you might pray for him. Nothing to hold a man in his grave. Oh, my eye! Are you expecting sick men to fight? We need you, damn it! Borrow some. Get to Surgeon Reynolds. Myth became reality in a way similar to John Wayne’s “Alamo”. Each lot is offered for sale subject to any reserve price placed by the agent in agreement with the Vendor. - Mr. Bromhead, sir? We can... cooperate, as they say. Even now the scene where they're all hearing the distant marching of the Zulu's and Michael Caine's character comments that is sounds much like a train gives me goosebumps. Zulu is a 1964 film that chronicles a company of British soldiers defending the mission station at Rorke's Drift during the Anglo-Zulu War of 1879. To your front. First, the head moves forward. Left wheel. Testing your firing power with the lives of his warriors. Hmm? - Are you stupid? We ain't finished the bridge, sir. - Hook? Alright, pick him up. It's alright, boy, you sleep. Independent, fire at will! - We have thatched roofs here. You are all to be evacuated soon in the wagons. - Me, sir? - I came here to build a bridge. Death awaits you! - Flaming dust. - Get a platoon together. Squad. Your email address or password is incorrect. . I've been thinking. Accepted forms of payment: American Express, COD (cash on delivery), MasterCard, Other, Paypal, Visa. Yes, sir. There's daft. Gonville Bromhead, Lieutenant, B Company, 2nd Battalion of the 24th Regiment of Foot, South Wales Borderers. SRBA acknowledges the permission of the copyright holder, Helen Glad, to use images created by Norman Lindsay. What about the soup? Which one? All of you. It should be shoulder high. https://www.scripts.com/script/zulu_24065. - Well? There they go! Mark your target when it comes. In 1879, during the Zulu wars, man of the people Lt. John Chard (Stanley Baker) and snooty Lt Gonville Bromhead (Michael Caine) are in charge of defending the … Don't you realise, this is an altar table? 10. We shall not go. - Yes, sir! Don't you think? Hookie! I don't suppose you hold the Queen's commission? You think I could stand this butcher's yard more than once? Your only plan is to stand behind a few feet of mealie bags, and wait for the attack? - Sir. Every piece of wood in this blistering country's eaten by ants. Full details: IMDb. Michael Caine's first major film role as the somewhat elitist Lt. Bromhead who must work alongside Lt. John Chard played by Stanley Baker while they attempt to defend themselves with 140 soldiers against 4000 Zulu warriors. Right, stand by. There's pretty. - 1,200 men. Hey, Hookie. Reload! - Hitch, do your tunic up. Keep your voices down. Yes, sir, the gentleman has a bottle. - Keep firing, soldier. I told you, remember. - Are you awake, man? Aye. - Sgt Woodridge. They know my voice. What military genius thought up that one? There's no doubt of that. Rescission of Sale He took it to actor Stanley Baker with whom he had made several films and who was interested in moving into production. BACK-STORY: “Zulu” was released in 1964 and was so successful that it not only resurrected the Battle of Rorke’s Drift, but molded the modern image of it. Mark the target when it comes. - Commissary Dalton, is it? John Edward Curtis Prebble, FRSL, OBE,(23 June 1915 – 30 January 2001) was an English journalist, novelist, documentarian and popular historian. Advance! - I am? I'm sick. "Thou shalt not kill," saith the Lord. Call the roll. Form close columns of platoons. Fire at the smoke. The cavalry! Where are they going? 09d653b45f. If during the auction the auctioneer considers that a dispute has arisen, the auctioneer has discretion to settle it or re offer the lot. Mr. Witt, sir? The old general couldn't use his rifles on the hill for fear of hitting his own men. I'm excused duty. Drive with the sun at your back. And a bayonet, sir, with some guts behind it. I've made a soldier of you! - What? You couldn't walk to the latrine. Mr. Bromhead? Come on! - Sergeant Windridge! - Kick it down, then. Colour Sergeant Bourne, what's that shooting? - Sir. - Sir. - Alright, Corporal Allen. - It's a hospital. - Corporal, fire at the smoke. Jones, it's me! Better get down now, sir. Now, now, you heard what the officer said. Yes, sir, of course. Confusing, isn't it, Dutchy? Fire! He brought orders to the commander of this post. - No, sir. Come with me. He does. I knew it! Then get him out of here. - Sir. Your job is to plug the gaps from the inside. There'll be a massacre. They're very tired, sir. Are you alright? Put a bit more weight on that rope, you men. That's my post, up there. Blimey! Follow me. But if they do come from the south again? Here they come! Officer on parade. - What's that? Mark your targets before you fire. One of my men, Hook. You're an officer and a gentleman. Won't I? The Zulus are the enemies of my blood. We have just come from his kraal. Quick march. Do it up. John Rouse Merriott Chard, Lieutenant, Royal Engineers, Officer Commanding Rorke's Drift. Sir, they've all hopped it. more…, All John Prebble scripts | John Prebble Scripts. No comedians, please. James Langley Dalton, Acting Assistant Commissary, Army Commissariat Department. Corporal, I want all these people out of here. Give him a big kiss? You were saying about Hook? 11. Alright, how far can you red necks march in a day? Off the bodies of your regiment at Isandhlwana. 6.5 Out of Time. Alright. ...I came up here to build a bridge. Baritone, sir. - Bromhead? The untold story of the film Zulu starring Michael Caine, 50 years on. Sir. 716 Robert Jones, 593 William Jones, Privates, B Company, 2nd Battalion, 24th Foot. Let's get one thing clear. SRBA has the right at its sole discretion without giving any reason therefore to; a) refuse any bid, to divide any Lot, to combine two or more lots, to withdraw any Lot from the sale and, in the event of dispute, to re-offer any Lot sale again, b) to keep secret the existence of the Reserve Price of any Lot, c) on the behalf of a Vendor or any prospective Buyer with or without disclosure, d) in the event any Lot is not sold at auction to re-offer the Lot sale for sale by Private Treaty subject to these Terms and Conditions; e) to refuse any person or persons admission to, or eject them from the premises site. If they get over this... redoubt. "I have sinned against heaven, and before thee." - Who are you? - 612 Williams, sir. Rear rank! If you send us away, we shall come back. Bromhead? The film presents a very simple picture of Zulus as bloodthirsty savages, ready to massacre British regiments, attack hospitals, and fight for no logical reason. Bayonets! You have something to report? Company punishment. We need it now. Come on. I'll make you strong. Brandy's for heroes. The classical attack of the Zulus is in the shape of a bull buffalo. Isn't this as good a place as any for a man to be when he's in pain? Get a platoon of good bayonet men. Sergeant, put two good men on that hill. - You're alive. All Rights Reserved. The Movie: ZULU (1964) is an epic, true story about the battle between an undermanned British mission defending themselves against hordes of attacking Zulu warriors. - They're just asking for it. Colour Sergeant Bourne, I want every other man from sections one, three and five over at the north wall. Oh, my God! - We're all goners! Damn the levies. - Follow me! You don't object to our help? This is Adendorff, Natal Native Contingent. Drunk as a lord. There are British soldiers at Rorke's Drift. In Europe, young women accept arranged marriages with rich men. Redoubt party! Sgt Windridge. You're a soldier now! Alright. Cy Endfield was inspired to make the film after reading an article on the Battle of Rorke's Drift by John Prebble. - Get them back here! An outside perimeter joining the buildings here and here. After 'em! the film opens depicting the aftermath of the battle of Isandlwana. I have the strength of thousands while the spirit of God is with me. Are you giving me an order, old boy? See what you make of that. They died on your side. Be the first one to write a review. A prayer's as good as a bayonet on a day like this. - Sir? - You lucky bastard! Fire! You've got a fine, handsome boil, my friend. Mr. Bromhead, issue our walking wounded with arms and ammunition. Front rank! Fire! Hey, who left the door open? Daughter, tell the men to get ready. North wall, keep those riflemen on the hill pinned down. SRBA is not a party to the contract of the sale and shall not be liable for any breach by either the Vendor or the Buyer. I am a man of peace, sir. They won't stand a chance with the Zulus. Does everyone feel like this afterwards? You got me 28 days' field punishment in Brecon. It's fear dries the mouth, isn't it? What else? Honestly, I can't manage it. What's our strength? Oh, my God! He's sick enough. If you're sick in hospital, I suggest you lie down. - I'm excused duty. We've got to outgun them somewhere. He is best known for his studies of Scottish history. Alright, get on with it. Colour Sergeant. Mr. Bourne, there should be 12 more men working on this redoubt. Sir? - If we're lucky. I belong to Natal Mounted Police. We were going to practise this afternoon with the company choir. The first time? Bromhead! Henry Hook, Private, B Company, 2nd Battalion, 24th Foot. - Do you know him? Mark your target. I managed to think of that. Father? You pick your own ground. Orderlies! Now, listen, old boy, you're not badly hurt. What are you doing in here? Is that true, then? Buyer's credit card will be charged after 7 days of sending an invoice. A great one for the Psalms, he was. - Yes, sir. Hey, you! Ambush, you see? Sir! - Witts? Anytime I catch this movie I watch it fully. I'm sick. - Look to your front. And about 40 native levies. I could have drunk a river. Did I ever see a Zulu walk down the City Road? I doubt it, not unless they have no other choice. Will you be Cain and kill your brother? Are you alright? I rather fancy that he's nobody's son and heir now. I'm no line officer. How can he imagine it would please anyone? Alright, lads, keep it moving. Take command. - I've got your what? We need you! On the right. It's the relief column, you long-range sniper, you. Nothing? - He was? © 1986-2020 Invaluable, LLC. As I live and die, I hope so. At 100 yards! Are you sure you're on the right side of the river? Oh, you mean about our needing you? He's got himself into a private war. Oh, God, forgive me. - And get yourself a good sergeant. 1. To hold our ground? Alderamin on the Sky. But the woman, do you want to see her killed? - I want an answer! Hmm! - Answer the roll. Oh, no! Sentries come in from the hill. Full Review Christopher Null Filmcritic.com The score was composed by Elmer Bernstein. Come on, lad. Not that way, Miss Witt. Will you keep the flies away! To improve the security of your account, please update your password now. All of them. You're doing fine. Hey, Thomas. - Do you think he will listen? If more than one absentee bidder submits the same bid then the first bid received will be the bid accepted. Go to the others. The boy's good. Stretcher bearers! Oh dear. At Rorke's Drift, a missionary outpost, B Company of the British army's 24th Regi… If within 21 days of the completion of the sale SRBA have received from the buyer notice in writing that in their view the lot is a deliberate forgery and that this lot is returned within 7 days after such notification and the buyer returns it in the same condition in which it was delivered and that the buyer produces expert evidence that the item is a forgery and that SRBA is satisfied that such item is a forgery then all monies paid by the buyer to SRBA shall be refunded within 7 business days. - Yes? Listen. - Why us? I can find work for baritones as well as tenors. The first lesson the General, my grandfather, ever taught me. God loves a sinner come to his understanding. Miss Witt! I'd rather you asked first, old boy. Here we are. Three hours and they haven't come again. I didn't think it was going to die. - What's your name? Scalpel. We wait. There must be. I'm not offering to clean it myself. Hey, Noel, Tommy, look! You, hold there. Screenwriter: John Prebble, Cy Endfield.

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