Sir. The patrol's come back. Very good, sir. Keep your heads down. I've made a soldier of you! Getting a brave man. Thank you, Mr. Bourne. - Colour Sergeant Bourne. And take your bandook, you dozy Welshman! Even if those flaming officers ain't seen it, I bet the Zulus have. Very nasty on the larynx. Sir! What are you talking about? Can't you take some from the south? - Sir! Your father. Oh, God, forgive me. 6.7 Phineas and Ferb the Movie: Across the 2nd Dimension. Don't distress yourself, dear fellow. Chard. Mark your target. Production: Tango Entertainment. Here they come! It starred Stanley Baker and Michael Caine. Cry my heart out? I don't see no sense in running to fight a battle. It's the relief column, you long-range sniper, you. - Prepare! There were 400 native levies also. Fire at the smoke. I was asleep, sir. Isn't that enough? - They're building barricades. This gentleman, sir, said to put it on the fire. Yea, we are all our brother's keeper. I wish he'd bring us some fresh meat. And Adendorff now, I suppose. Hey, Owen? Hayden? There's a silly man, by damn. Testing your firing power with the lives of his warriors. Hmm? Sir, they've all hopped it. - Who do you think? Obey the Lord. - Let go of my bridle! - Trouble, sir? Colour Sergeant Bourne, I want every other man from sections one, three and five over at the north wall. 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 gave us you because you are no good to anyone except the Queen and Sgt Maxfield. I managed to think of that. Animals! What military genius thought up that one? They are a great people, daughter. Mr. Bromhead? Wounded and sick, 36. All Bidders shall register in a manner determined by the auctioneer from time to time. Tell me what's happening. Then get on with it. "I have sinned against heaven, and before thee." The score was composed by Elmer Bernstein. - You're alive. Right, get on the wall. The Witts are visiting the village of Cetewayo and witness a mass marriage ceremony when word arrives about the Zulu victory at Isandhlwana. Boy? You've got a fine, handsome boil, my friend. - Haven't you had enough? Keep the heads of those marksmen down. Don't you realise, this is an altar table? Perhaps the Zulu girls are luckier. You must understand these things if you're going to stay in Africa. Like a... Like a train in the distance. They've chosen a damned odd time for a prayer meeting. Death awaits you! 7.4 Hi! - Sir. Will you look! Stand to! Any more in there? That's my post, up there. Both of you! Hold that pont! Stand... to. - 15 minutes. Colour Sergeant. Pick it up. Careful! - Everybody that will get out. At Rorke's Drift, a missionary outpost, B Company of the British army's 24th Regi… Sgt Windridge. We can... cooperate, as they say. I'm sick. The classical attack of the Zulus is in the shape of a bull buffalo. - Damned hot work. - Sir. Filme subtitrate (162). - Sir. Where would you like me? Why? I'll need more than one if I'm going after them. Buyers Premium Your parish? You know this man. Sergeant! Sentries come in from the hill. Hospital. Thousands of them. Yes, sir. The first time? Bayonets! Have you been here long enough to put a lookout on that hill? It is arguably the best epic war movie and has been credited with … Give me those wagons and I will save the sick. It'd take an Irishman to give his name to a rotten, stinking middle-of-nowhere hole like this. Fit for duty, 97. - Go and speak with him. - No, sir. How can he imagine it would please anyone? 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 … - No bother. No, thanks. Will you keep the flies away! Mr. Chard? You believe in the Lord's word, don't you? - Pour it on the fires. Buyer Registration and Absentee Telephone and Internet Bidding "I regret to report a disastrous engagement which took place on the morning of the 22nd of January between the armies of the Zulu king Cetewayo and our Number 3 Column, consisting of Five Companies of the 1 st Battalion, 24th Regiment of Foot, and one company of the 2nd Battalion, a total of nearly 1,500 men, officers and other ranks. " Can you move your leg? They're on the move, sir! He's even got a voice like a corporal. Die! Put a bit more weight on that rope, you men. Come on. Isn't this as good a place as any for a man to be when he's in pain? I am a man of peace, sir. The film was a labor of love for Stanley Baker. All these bags of maize inside the perimeter. Get your party ashore at the double. Come on. - It's locked up. James Langley Dalton, Acting Assistant Commissary, Army Commissariat Department. I am here to do my duty. Daughter, tell the men to get ready. 7.6 Styling Hollywood. All lots must be picked up from the place of the auction by 5pm the day following the auction. Get a platoon of good bayonet men. Chard! School - Love On. If more than one absentee bidder submits the same bid then the first bid received will be the bid accepted. The buyer shall be responsible for removal of the items. Blimey! We hold the outside perimeter. Knock a hole in that wall! Squad, 'shun. Bit of the Psalms, I suppose. "Zulu" Scripts.com. There's one glistening boil for every soldier in Africa. Good man. It's their name for our mission station at Rorke's Drift. But you'll certainly get more boils. more…, All John Prebble scripts | John Prebble Scripts. Independent, fire at will! - Do you think he wanted it that way? Mr. Witt? Put a man on the door. You're an officer and a gentleman. If it's a miracle, Colour Sergeant, it's a short-chamber Boxer-Henry .45 calibre miracle. Not much of an army for you. Quick march. Young girls to... to old men. What a pity. - Barry? There are 4,000 Zulus coming against you. Do it up. Make a move. Alright, lads, keep it moving. - Commissary Dalton, is it? They were sitting on their backsides doing nothing. Obey the word, boy. If a dog was as sick as him, they'd shoot him. How will we hold that if we do? You are all to be evacuated soon in the wagons. Why didn't you say so? You know what you've got there, my malingering Hector? As far as I can remember, sir, it goes something like this. This is going to hurt you a lot more than it will me, I'm happy to say. He's dying. and participating auction houses. Asked Cain. Sir? Zulu does a rather poor job telling the Zulu side of the story. Hey, Noel, Tommy, look! Alright, alright, I can hear you. - To do what? Stand by. - Can't see none of 'em, sir. Leave him alone! Alright, how far can you red necks march in a day?