High Noon

All right, Jimmy.
I'll call you if I need you.

Get yourself a drink meanwhile.
Come in, Sam.
You're leavin' town?
- Where are you going?
- I don't know yet.

That doesn't make much sense.
- You're afraid, huh? Afraid of Miller.
- No.

Sure you are.
You wouldn't be runnin'.

You don't have to worry
as long as I'm around, you know that.

- I'll take Milleron any time.
- I believe you.

Then why are you goin'?
You're cuttin' out with Kane.

- Oh, Harvey...
- Why are you goin'?

- What difference does it make?
- I know it's Kane!

It isn't Kane. I'm going to tell you something
about you and your friend Kane.

You're a good-looking boy,
you have big broad shoulders.

But he is a man.
It takes more than broad shoulders
to make a man, Harvey,

and you have a long way to go.
You know something?
I don't think you'll ever make it.

Let me tell you something.
You're not goin' anywhere.

You're stayin' with me.
It's gonna be just like it was before.

You want to know why I'm leaving?
Then listen.

Kane will be dead in half an hour.
And nobody's going to do anything about it.

And when he dies, this town dies too.
I can feel it.

I'm all alone in the world,
I have to make a living.

So I'm going someplace else,
that's all.