دانلود فیلم Something Big 1971 زبان اصلی، دوبله فارسی و زیرنویس چسبیده بدون سانسور

خلاصه فیلم چیزی بزرگ: جو بیکر یک رویا دارد او می خواهد چیزی بزرگ را انجام دهد. هنگامی که او نیاز به تفنگ Gatling برای انجام این کار، او به دنبال یک Marketeer سیاه و سفید است. قیمت او می خواهد برای تفنگ؟ یک زن! بنابراین بیکر یک زن را از ستون فقرات ربوده است، تنها به این معنی است که او همسر فرماندهی جداسازی سواره نظام محلی است. همه چیز پیچیده تر می شود زمانی که یک دختر به نام Dover McBride نشان می دهد. او آمده است تا بیکر را مجبور به ازدواج با او و بازگشت به شرق، به عنوان او وعده داده است که چهار سال پیش انجام شده است. -Alfred Jingle

Something Big (1971): Joe Baker has a dream. He wants to do 'something big.' When he needs a Gatling gun to accomplish this, he seeks out a black marketeer. The price he wants for the gun? A woman! So Baker kidnaps a woman off of the stagecoach, only to find that she is the wife of the commandant of the local Cavalry detachment. Things get further complicated when a girl named Dover McBride shows up. She has come to force Baker to marry her and return east, as he promised to do four years earlier. —Alfred Jingle

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Locations: Durango, Mexico
Keywords: gatling gun, stagecoach, cavalry, drinking, drink

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[examining the corpse of Bill, Junior Frisbee's former partner] Colonel Morgan: Well, I'd say he looks healthier than the last time I saw him. Junior Frisbee: How can he look healthier when he's dead? Colonel Morgan: It must agree with him.

Colonel Morgan: [referring to Angel Moon] What about your friend there? Do you want to bury him? Jonny Cobb: No. Maybe something will come out of the hills tonight and drag him off.

Joe Pickins: I guess I'd still be a horse soldier if I hadn't lost my leg. Joe Baker: In the war? Joe Pickins: Naw... See, there was this girl in Virginia... and her father caught us... cut it off. Chopped it clean off! With an axe. While I was sleepin'. Joe Baker: Really? Joe Pickins: Cross my heart. Joe Baker: You're lucky it was only your leg.

Stagecoach lady: [wearing a low-cut dress; she is in a stagecoach that Baker's gang has just stopped] Are you a bandit? Joe Baker: [friendly, even though he is planning to kidnap her] No, ma'am, just an old cowboy tryin' to get along. Stagecoach lady: [friendly] Well, honey, I don't care what you call yourself. But if you're after our valuables, I'll tell you now - mine, you can't put in a saddle-bag. Joe Baker: [smiling] You wanna bet?

Junior Frisbee: [angry that his partner Bill is dead, and Col. Morgan will do nothing about it] We was talking about protection. Colonel Morgan: [musing] Yeah, well... how many people would you say he's killed, in his miserable life? Junior Frisbee: [defensive] Well... none that didn't deserve it. Colonel Morgan: How many have you killed, Junior? Junior Frisbee: None that didn't deserve it. Me and Bill was very particular about that. We never killed church-folks, neither... course, there was a Baptist got in the way once, but very seldom!

Joe Baker: [riding on a horse, through the hot desert, with his hostage Mary Anna Morgan; he offers Mary his canteen, but she hesitates to take it] I'll make a deal with you - you can hate me, but you can still drink my water. Mary Anna Morgan: [very hot and thirsty, accepts his canteen] On that basis, I'll do it. Joe Baker: [noticing her wiping the rim very thoroughly] I don't have a disease. Mary Anna Morgan: [referring to their relationship in general] Neither do I, and it's gonna remain that way.

Carrie Standall: [as Baker rides to the Standall sisters' home, which is a shanty and a shed, next to an old mine, by the boundary of the Texas and New Mexico territory] Baker, you just get purtier and purtier. Joe Baker: I sure am a lucky man. Every time I come back here, I half expect to see you two gone. Carrie Standall: Every time we think of leaving, Polly finds another nugget. Polly Standall: That's right. We ain't got nothin' but a cow and a hole in the ground. Carrie Standall: You might say we live from nipple to nugget. Polly Standall: [to Baker on his horse] Come on down. I got a' itch that needs scratchin'.

Jonny Cobb: I'll trade you that there Big Gun for a woman. Joe Baker: [disbelief] A what? Jonny Cobb: [firmly] A woman. Joe Baker: [surprised] What do you want with a woman? Jonny Cobb: [insulted by the implication] What do you mean? What do you mean, what do I want with a woman? What should any man want with a woman?

Jonny Cobb: [all cleaned up, holding a bouquet of flowers, with a lacy garter around his left sleeve, in anticipation of Baker bringing him a woman] Baker, where's a woman? Joe Baker: When I have her, I'll let you know, alright? Jonny Cobb: [mad] When? Joe Baker: What do you think I am, Cobb, a magician? You think it's easy to produce a woman out of nowhere? Don't you think if I could find a woman, in this territory, I'd have one or two for myself?

Jonny Cobb: [upset] We got a deal. You and me, a deal. A woman for a Gatling Gun. Now, I can get my hands on that Gatling Gun this week. Where's a woman? Joe Baker: What you need is a drink, Jonny. Sit down, Jonny. Have a drink. Jonny Cobb: [very frustrated] When I lie down at nights, I'm thinking about a woman. And when I get up in the morning, I'm thinking about a woman. It's been years. Baker, it's been years! I can't remember. I can't even remember what it's like. Joe Baker: [matter-of-fact tone of voice] Well, Jonny, I'll tell you what it's like. First of all... Jonny Cobb: [mad] I don't want you to tell me, I wanna do it!

Colonel Morgan: [at the Standall sisters' place, on official business] Ladies, we're looking for a man named Baker. Would either of you happen to know him? Polly Standall: Know him? He come through here last year like a dose of salts. He didn't even take his boots off.

Colonel Morgan: [the next morning, Col. Morgan and Bookbinder come out of the Standall sisters' shanty, they are walking stiffly like they've had too much sex; Carrie playfully pinches Bookbinder's behind] Bookbinder, breathe a word of this to a living soul, and you're a dead man.

Polly Standall: [That evening, Col. Morgan and Bookbinder are at the Standall sisters' shanty, on official business, looking for Baker] Why don't you-all sit down, make yourselves ta home? Colonel Morgan: Oh, no, thank you very much. We'd be most appreciative, if you'd allow us to sleep in your shed tonight. Polly Standall: [who wants Col. Morgan to spend the night in her shanty, so she can seduce him] What's in the shed?