Go West

Don't be afraid of us, miss.
We're friends of Dan Wilson.

- You are?
- Sure.

Any resemblance between
these two characters and living persons...

is purely accidental.
Come in.
I didn't mean to be rude.
I was expecting someone else.

Won't you sit down, please?
I thought I knew all of Grandpa's friends
but I don't seem to recognize you.

Of course not. You don't know me.
People who know him
don't recognize him either.

Could we please see
Dan Wilson's little granddaughter?

- I'm his granddaughter.
- I'm expecting a baby.

You'd make a wonderful mother.
Are you sure you're not a little baby?
Because we brought you a present.

- It's lovely.
- Yeah, that's the best one we could steal.

Now Dan Wilson's got two little babies.
Do you know where my grandpa is?
I'm awfully worried about him.

He has a deed to some property
the Railroad wants to buy...

- And we can't find him.
- Your grandpop ain't got the deed.

- You know who's got the deed?
- No.

Your grandpop.
- Is anything wrong?
- No.

- Is something wrong with Grandpa?
- No, everything is fine.

That's good.
He's been so wonderful to me.
Gone without things
just so I could have them.

Now he'll be able to have everything
he's always wanted and couldn't afford.

He'll be able to go places
he's read about and couldn't see.

It'll be wonderful for us, too.
Terry and me, I mean.

We can get married.
Just one little thing happens
and the whole world is different.

- There is something wrong, isn't there?
- The only thing wrong...

is that your grandfather's deed
is in Red Baxter's safe.

Red Baxter? My grandfather
wouldn't have anything to do with him.

- He knows he's a crook.
- We didn't.

You see, Miss Wilson, your grandfather
gave the deed to these boys.