Stephen: Lay your hand flat on that tabletop. ? [one of the trackers takes the dogs to one side away from D’Artagnan], [D’Artagnan comes down from the tree, Candie steps out of his carriage and walks towards Stonesipher], [Candie walks closer to D’Artagnan and crouches down in front of him], [Candie’s white crew start laughing except for Schultz], [Candie suddenly turns to look over at Schultz who takes out his wallet], [Schultz puts his wallet back in his jacket pocket and sits back down in Candie’s carriage], [Candie steps up to Django on his horse and looks up at him], [without taking his eyes away from Django], [Stonesipher and the other trackers release the dogs which then attack D’Artagnan, as D’Artagnan cries out in pain from being torn apart by the dogs, the other sl*ves react and look away, during attack Candie continues to stare at Django and Django returns his stony stare, never reacting; Candie then looks over at Schultz, who looks away as the attack is taking place], [Candie turns and walks towards his carriage, Django looks at D’Artagnan as his torn body gets dragged away by the dogs], [after Candie’s procession finally arrive at Candyland, his loyal house-sl*ve Stephen notices Django riding up with Schultz and we immediately see his dislike and disapproval of Django in his eyes, Candie turns and notices Stephen on the front porch of the house], [Stephen walks down the stairs towards Candie’s carriage], [Stephen turns and looks at Django sat on his horse]. Amerigo Vessepi: What’s your name? [Schultz walks over to the table and picks up the papers] Calvin Candie: But I do believe that given time, exceptional ni***rs, like Bright Boy here, become if not frequent, more frequent. We were discussing my curiosity. [Cora takes Broomhilda out of the dining room, Stephen takes one more look at Django, and follows Broomhilda and Cora into the Kitchen]. You need to keep this Smitty Bacall handbill. Now take your hand off your pistol! Oh, they does that real good. Billy Crash: Cock-a-doodle-do, ni***r. [Broomhilda nods her head as she turns back to look at Schultz] What you do for your massa’? Sometime they call him Little Raj. Dr. King Schultz: Then you are exactly the one I’m looking for. Dr. King Schultz: I am Dr. King Schultz, a legal representative of the criminal justice system of the United States of America. You’re going to blow this whole charade, or more than likely get us both killed. I didn’t say no bags. [Schultz walks around the Sheriff and shoots him in the head, killing him, this makes the townspeople scream in terror and they all scatter and run off leaving the saloon keeper standing alone looking that the Sheriff’s dead body] Django then learned from Schultz the tale of the namesake princess Broomhilda who was abducted on a dragon-guarded mountain until the hero saves her. What’s it going to be?! Calvin Candie: Well, good. Christoph Waltz as Dr. King Schultz. Django: You don’t wear a hat in the house, white man. Django: Auf Wiedersehen. Calvin Candie: There have been a lot of lies said around this dinner table here tonight, but that you can believe! Fields inherited from abstract base classes can be overridden … Now, I watched my wife work all day getting thirty bags together for you ungrateful sons-a-b*tches, and all I can hear is criticize, criticize, criticize! Spencer ‘Big Daddy’ Bennett: Uh, what’s your Jimmie’s name again? Allow me to unring this bell. Let’s take out Smitty Bacall’s handbill. Broomhilda Von Shaft: No. Django: “Seven thousand dollars for Smitty Bacall. And he walks through hellfire, because Broomhilda’s worth it. Schultz’s Ulysses-like qualities can also be seen in the way he engineers Broomhilda’s failed escape. Now gentlemen, if you care to join me in the parlor, we will be serving white cake. [the other overseers laugh, Django walks up slowly towards Hoot, who’s sat on his horse, suddenly Django gets a hold of Hoot’s leg and pulls him down along with his horse, and they fall flat onto the ground, the other overseers point their guns at Django and Django immediately draws his gun on them] Dr. King Schultz: No, it’s far too big. Calvin Candie: You see, the science of phrenology is crucial to understanding the separation of our two species. [Candie continues to hold Broomhilda’s head down and holding the hammer up with his other hand and yells out] Dr. King Schultz: Do you think before the demonstration, you could send her around to my room? [as John Brittle is about to start whipping her, Django comes around the corner and stands behind them] [Django puts his spyglass away] There is no identifiable Hector in Django, only because Django is more of a revenge story than the Iliad. On one hand, I despise sl*very. And then of course Schultz, Django & wife would leave with Candy under the assumption they'd be back to buy the fighter, which of course they never planned on doing. There’s always going to be a Candyland! I’m keeping it funny for you. [Stephen enters the dining room with Broomhilda through the kitchen, he pushes Broomhilda forward] Finish him! Dr. King Schultz: Then play him that way. What did Catelyn Tully see on Roose Bolton's hand before she slapped him, Unusual Death in Django Unchained (Female death censoring?). Django: You got yourself a deal, mate. Now, amongst your inventory, I’ve been led to believe, is a specimen I’m keen to acquire. Dr. King Schultz: I figured you must be an admirer. Calvin Candie: What about dessert? One thousand five hundred dollars for each of his three accomplices: Dandy Michaels, Gerald Nash, and Crazy Craig Koons. Frankie: Get it out. Dr. King Schultz: Who were they? [as the lighted cable on the dynamite continues to quickly burn its way towards the dynamite sticks, Django opens the door and leaves the house, Stephen continues yelling out] Django: Lots of gals where you’re from named Broomhilda? Spencer ‘Big Daddy’ Bennett: That’s the boy’s name. You flash that bad look at me again, I’ll give you a reason not to like me. Yet, it feels tacked on. CoF: I noticed in this film that Christoph Waltz looks surprisingly slight. Willie. Plus Django would never let go of a chance to kill a slave owner who was trying to kill him. Calvin Candie: You will? [Candie takes out a skull from a box and places it on the dining table] She was raised by a German mistress, the Von Shafts. Dr. King Schultz: You know, Monsieur Candie, you do possess the power of persuasion. Rather than this being an act of premeditated self defense, this was more of an aggravated assault by Schultz not only against Candie's physical form but also against his misplaced ideals (read slavery, penchant for killing etc.). Dr. King Schultz: Would you like me to tell you? Calvin Candie: You brooding about me getting the best of you, huh? [Moguy goes over to Django and collects his gun] [Django cries out again] Calvin Candie: Still, take her out. Chicken Charlie: Ni***r and the German was acting like they were sl*vers but they wasn’t. Django: Alright, ni***rs, back at it. And I want you to start solving that problem right now and get them goddamn rooms ready! Chicken Charlie: The German. By then, we’ll be serving breakfast. [to Candie] You are used to it? But we ain’t paying a penny for that pickaninny, ain’t got no use for him. Can the US House/Congress impeach/convict a private citizen that hasn't held office? I don’t see why not. Calvin Candie: Go on, now. Dr. King Schultz: Yep. Calvin Candie: Jesus Christ, Stephen. Leonide Moguy: Get free man Django here whatever he wants. Maybe even share a last word. Stephen: Who? Dr. King Schultz: Right. You do that, I agree to give you your freedom, twenty-five dollars per Brittle Brother, that’s seventy-five dollars. Dr. King Schultz: Well, good. Calvin Candie: To Eskimo Joe! Stephen: How long you think she been in there? Well, more than most. You always keep the handbill of your first bounty. Dr. King Schultz: Yes, Django, as a matter of fact, he does. Django: Hey, Little Trouble Maker. Spencer ‘Big Daddy’ Bennett: Goddamn it! [suddenly Schultz shoots his rifle at Ellis, as the bullet hits Ellis, blood splatters all over the cotton plants and Ellis falls from his horse dead on the ground] [Broomhilda looks up in shock and Django quickly looks away] Does Evelyn Salt Stop the Bombs out of Patriotism or for Revenge? [the sl*ve looks at him for a moment before taking the rifle] Dr. King Schultz: The Wilson-Lowe Gang. [tears start welling up in Broomhilda’s eyes] Calvin Candie: Finish him. You tell us who they are and we turn you loose? Dr. King Schultz: The state places a bounty on a man’s head. [to Little Jody as he tries to tie her against the tree] Dr. King Schultz: Put down the rifle. Or shall we call him The Bl*ck Hercules? Now, Bill and Cody went looking for her, found her, brung her back. Stephen: Stop shooting, goddamn it! [suddenly Stephen grabs hold of Broomhilda’s arm and pushes her down into the nearby chair] Dr. King Schultz: And I might add, an honor. Remember, get the Sheriff, not the Marshal. I track that man, I find that man, I kill that man. We finally found their ass laying low in Candyland. Help! [Bennett gives the warrant back to Schultz] Oh, that’s right. Bag Head #2: I’m just asking. [Stephen quickly goes to open the front door] Dr. King Schultz: His name is Django Freeman. Blueberry, didn’t I give you my last apple? Aah! I realize passions are high, but I must warn you, the penalty for taking deadly force against an officer of the court in the performance of his duty is, you’ll be hung by the neck until you’re dead. Dr. King Schultz: So, say I return in about… Am I right? Django: Where the other two at? Stephen: Any day. He wants the ni***r you don’t want to sell. Dr. King Schultz: …consider yourself a free woman. Spencer ‘Big Daddy’ Bennett: I said ni***rs on horses… [in the kitchen, Cora helps Broomhilda with doing up the back of her dress] Sheba, you stay right there. In that flawless, uniquely Tarantino way, the director had a lot more to show us. And I do mean a long damn time. Stephen: Take her out? Calvin Candie: Ah, yes. Dr. King Schultz: I thought not. Which brings me to you. Django: Then you keep your goddamn eyeballs off me. That’s why we, uh, we run off. …SPOILER END. Django is a free man, you understand? [to Schultz] Spencer ‘Big Daddy’ Bennett: Yeah, that’s them sons-a-b*tches. [Stephen sneaks up behind Cora and Broomhilda] Don’t you touch my brother’s coat. Ace Speck: I don’t care. Dr. King Schultz: Bonsoir, mon petite femme noire. We’re going to whup that ni***r lover to death. [there’s a moment’s pause as Candie turns to looks over at Django again] Calvin Candie: It was you who approached me to buy one. Dr. King Schultz: Thank you. [back at the bar; to the bartender at the bar] Dr. King Schultz: Astonishing. He slays the dragon, because he’s not afraid of him. Django: They call that “One-Eyed Charley.”. [he takes out his notebook and starts writing] [Bennett continues to look at the warrant] Calvin Candie: Oh, so you haven’t seen her back? [Candie chuckles] Saloon Keeper Pete: Marshal! [one of the trackers takes the dogs to one side away from D’Artagnan] Django: “…members. Calvin Candie: You know what I think you are? Calvin Candie: I done, I done paid five hundred dollars for you. Stephen: Cora! Betina: Is that who you was looking for? Calvin Candie: Hm. Stephen: Yes, sir, Monsieur Candie. Calvin Candie: Why do you want to get in the Mandingo business? [the bartender pours Django a drink, then we see the fight between two Mandingo fighters getting deadlier] Them other two pretty good. Dr. King Schultz: What’s a comfort…? Get on out that tree. Betina: You mean you want to dress like that? [Schultz and Django follow the Sheriff into his cabin]. Leonide Moguy: Dr. Schultz! Get that ni***r out from under that wagon! Stephen: That twelve. Broomhilda Von Shaft: Who? [he turns and leaves the barn]. Dr. King Schultz: In that case, allow me to propose another proposition. It is a second language. Come on, now! Calvin! Django: want to know my name or the name of my horse, you ask me. How to rewrite mathematics constructively? [Broomhilda looks at Django], [Schultz puts the bills of sale in his back pocket] D’Artagnan: Yes, sir. I’ll have a beer. A real fine job. I believe if you don’t give up in the next ten seconds, we going to blow this b*tch’s brains out! [suddenly the dining room door bursts open and Pooch points his sawed-off shotgun at Schultz and Django, this makes Schultz and Django jump up and turn from their seats, Candie yells at them] Dicky Speck: Who’s that stumbling around in the dark? My name is Dr. King Schultz. [Schultz walks towards the Sheriff, he extends his hand and suddenly small gun pops out from under his sleeve and Schultz shoots the Sheriff in the stomach making him double over in pain and fall to the ground] Ace Speck: Who wants to know? [Fritz, does a little bow with his head] Django: Seventy-six years, Stephen. What’s not to like? Now, all four of them gentlemen, they back there at Candyland laughing their ass off. And we will again, in a moment. [Django still hesitates] He was also a law abiding man. Can you see? And then my Mr. Tuttle and your Mr. Moguy can hash out the finer details between themselves. Dr. King Schultz: Read it aloud. Get over there and get her cleaned up, bring her back over here to Dr… [Schultz drops his gun and raises his arms, Django does the same] Dr. King Schultz: Everybody calm down. You know, I’m expecting to fall in love once I see the specimens at Candyland, so before that moment, it would be good if I could have a confidential strategy meeting with my confidant. Spencer ‘Big Daddy’ Bennett: Who are you two jokers? Schultz, the dentist-turned–bounty hunter, is now the benevolent master, the one who “on the one hand” despises slavery but on the other hand is in need of Django’s “help.” 3 In the official screenplay, Django is identified as “our hero,” 4 not Schultz. But is he right as rain? Calvin Candie: What’s she doing there? Broomhilda Von Shaft: They call me Hildi. See you at Candyland. In fact my answer is very similar to KeyBrd Basher's but I'm still going to post my views: I for myself wouldn't say that with this flashback he realized Candie was going to kill them all (which I'm not even sure was the case). Dr. King Schultz: Ah, Monsieur Candie? Calvin Candie: Thank you, darling. Dr. King Schultz: Would you care to? [Candie laughs] But if I made you an offer so ridiculous you’d be forced to consider it, who knows what could happen? I have relieved myself of all weapons, and just as you have instructed, I am ready to step outside with my hands raised above my head. Schultz asks Django about Candie and this is the point when Schultz learns of Candie's awful ways. Dr. King Schultz: [subtitled] Please drink. Dr. King Schultz: What? Amerigo Vessepi: Tequila. Uh… [Django speaks out from the back of the line of sl*ves] [Stephen turns and looks at Django sat on his horse] Stephen: Sure was. Dr. King Schultz: I am Dr. King Schultz, a legal representative of the criminal justice system of the United States of America. Calvin Candie: I insist. So how about no bags this time, but next time we do the bags right and then we go full regalia. Roy: What’s the deal? A bl*ck sl*ver is lower than the head house ni***r, and, buddy, that’s pretty f*cking low. Calvin Candie: Use your weight, boy, use your weight! Overseers. I mean you no harm. Why not? —rcs0411@yahoo.com. [he drags her towards a tree, John Brittle is pacing nearby] [Django turns, takes out his spyglass and points it in the direction of a figure out in the cotton field and sees Ellis Brittle]. The man lying dead in the dirt, who the good people of Daughtrey saw fit to elect as their Sheriff, who went by the name of Bill Sharp, is actually a wanted outlaw by the name of Willard Peck, with a price on his head of two hundred dollars. Django: “…Gang. I mean, if I don’t move my head I can see you pretty good, more or less. Dr. King Schultz: It’s good luck. [Django turns to Broomhilda] Calvin Candie: …and I bashed in your skull with it, you would have the same three dimples in the same place as Old Ben. getting frustrated by the dogs, Candie rises from his carriage Dr. King Schultz: Yeah, about that matter about the ni***r girl you were talking about? I’m simply trying to ascertain if this cowboy here is taking advantage of you. On the other hand, I need your help. He’s getting worse and worse. [everyone stops and turns to look at Django] I do believe you were just getting ready to make me a proposition to buy Broomhilda. [without taking the gun out of the holster, Django shoots Floyd and then takes the gun out and shoots Roy, as Frankie is carrying the other saddlebag of dynamite towards the cage he turns to shoot but Django shoots the saddlebag which explodes, blowing Frankie up; the three men in the cage watch as Django takes Roy’s gun, walk up to the wagon, takes the saddle off one of the horses and unhooks it from the wagon, he climbs onto the horse and rides up to the back of the cage were the door has been left open and looks at the three men inside] You understand that? Calvin Candie: He is a rambunctious sort, ain’t he? Dr. King Schultz: Goldie, and Eskimo Joe. [the saloon keeper makes a run for it] [the men sneak back down the hill and we see a crowd of men on horseback wearing white sacks over their heads, in the style of KKK masks, they all ride out and surround Schultz and Django’s camp; then it cuts to Bennett as he gives his order to the men before they go after Schultz and Django] [turning to the house sl*ve] And now, Django, you may choose your character’s costume. Stephen, this here’s Django. Stephen: Oh, no. Stephen: You leaving. [Stephen walks down the stairs towards Candie’s carriage] is making a good impression! All damn day! Workarounds? [they start walking out to leave] Calvin Candie: Hooray, doctor. [Django starts walking down the stairs] [the next day a whole procession make their way to Candyland, including Candie in his carriage with Schultz and Django riding on their horses behind them, Schultz and Django ride up towards Candie’s carriage] Calvin Candie: No, no, no, no. And did you purchase those men at the Greenville Sl*ve Auction? He thinks Schultz is upset because he’s coming out on the wrong end of the deal, but Schultz says, “I was thinking of that poor devil you fed to the dogs today, D’Artagnan, and I was wondering what Dumas would make of this.” Calvin doesn’t understand the reference, so Schultz explains that Alexandre Dumas is the author of The Three Musketeers, which Calvin has heard of. ain’t no one want to look at her whipped up back. [Django nods his head] Copyright © 2021 All Rights Reserved | All images are copyright of their respective owners, [first lines; 1858 – two years before the Civil War, Django, chained to other sl*ves, is being marched to his new owner’s estate in Texas by the Speck brothers when a man in a dentist cart pulls up], [Django speaks out from the back of the line of sl*ves], [there’s no reply, Schultz, comes down from his cart, lights a lantern and walks down the line of sl*ves, looking at one sl*ve to the other until he sees something in Django and stops], [Schultz turns and starts walking towards the Speck brothers], [Schultz throws his lantern to the ground and suddenly shoots Ace in the face, killing him and then shoots Dicky’s horse, making him fall to the ground with the horse’s weight landing on Dicky’s leg making him scream out in pain], [after killing Ace and pinning down Dicky under his horse, Schultz picks up the lantern fallen on the ground and lights it, he walks over to Dicky who’s screaming out in pain], [Schultz turns and goes over to Django, Dicky screams out even louder in pain], [Schultz unlocks and removes the iron chains from Django’s legs], [Schultz holds out his rifle to the sl*ve behind Django], [the sl*ve looks at him for a moment before taking the rifle], [as Django walks towards Ace’s body he tosses the cloak covering him away revealing the scars left in his back from being whipped], [Django walks over to Dicky, places one leg on the dead horse pinning Dicky down and presses down making Dicky scream out in pain], [Django runs over to Ace’s dead body and removes his jacket and shoes; Schultz walks over to Dicky counting some money], [he throws the cash on top of Dicky’s head], [he turns and walks over to one of the sl*ves holding a lantern, he pulls the lantern up], [he takes out his notebook and starts writing], [as Schultz and Django prepare to leave, Schultz pulls up his cart by remaining sl*ves]. 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