- 1+ 16- 0
Mr. Stonesipher: "What's your name?"
Django: "Django, D-J-A-N-G-O, the D is silent"
Just in case there was any confusion, Django spells out his name and explains that the D is silent, as he speaks with Mr. Stonesipher.
- 2+ 10- 0
Big Daddy: "Damn. I can't see f***ing s*** out of this thing."
Bag Head #2: "I think we all think the bags was a nice idea. But, not pointing any fingers, they could of been done better. So how bout, no bags this time, but next time, we do the bags right, and then go full regalia."
Big Daddy: "Did I say we ain't wearing bags? It's a raid! Who cares if you can see! Can the Horses see!? That's all that matters!"
As Big Daddy and the other bag heads learn, while their goal of riding around on their horses for the raid on Dr. Schultz and Django was well intentioned, the bags clearly impede their vision. Fear not, says Big Daddy, it's the horses who need to see, not them.
- 3+ 11- 1
Exactly The One I'm Looking Forv
Dr. King Schultz: "Good cold evening, gentlemen. I'm Dr. Schultz." Ace Speck: "What kind of doctor?"
Dr. King Schultz: "Dentist… Among your inventory I've been led to believe is a specimen I'm keen to acquire."
Dr. King Schultz: "What's your name?"
Dr. King Schultz: "Then you'd exactly the one I'm looking for."
Ace Speck: "Hey, stop talking to him. No sale"
Dr. King Schultz: "Calm down, I'm simply a customer trying to conduct a transaction."
Ace Speck: "Last chance, fancy pants"
Dr. King Schultz: "Oh, very well" [shoots Ace]
Posing as a dentist, Dr. King Schultz acts as though he's interested in purchasing a slave from Ace Speck. However, once he realizes that he's found Django, he takes the terms of the arrangement into his own hands.
- 4+ 11- 2
Curiosity and Attentionv
Calvin Candie: "Gentlemen, you had my curiosity but now you have my attention."
When Dr. Schultz and Django pay a visit to Calvin Candie, they intrigue the Candyland owner, moving his level of interest from curious to attentive.
- 5+ 9- 3
I Like the Way You Die, Boyv
Django: "I like the way you die, boy."
For Django, getting the opportunity to kill one of the brothers responsible for taking his wife is sweet, sweet revenge.
- 6+ 9- 4
I Need Your Helpv
Dr. King Schultz: "Do you know what a bounty hunter is?"
Django: "You kill people and they give you a reward."
Dr. King Schultz: "That and they are big on that reward… I need your help. I'm looking for the Brittle Brothers however I don't know what they look like, but you do. Don't you?"
Django: "They caught my wife and they sold her but I don't know where they took her."
Dr. King Schultz: "That means we visit every plantation until we find them and once the final Brittle Brother lies dead in the dust, I agree to give you your freedom and I'll take you to rescue your wife."
Django: "Where we going?"
Once Dr. Schultz lays out the big picture of what he wants to do, Django is all ready to get started. Freedom and his wife back, how could he turn that offer down?
- 7+ 6- 2
What's Not to Like?v
Dr. King Schultz: "How do you like the bounty hunting business?"
Django: "Kill white folks and they pay you for it, what's not to like?"
Going from being a slave to a while man to getting money for killing while folks is quite the role reversal for Django, not that he is complaining.
- 8+ 3- 0
Why Don't They Rise Upv
Calvin Candie: "I lived my whole life surrounded by black faces. I only had one question, why don't they just rise up and kill the whites?"
Dr. King Schultz: [laughs] "Who knows what could happen?"
As Calvin Candie jokes about why the slaves don't rise up against their keepers, the thought never crosses his mind that it actually someday could happen. He almost mocks the idea as something so simple for him, but so our of reach for those he owns.
- 9+ 3- 1
Calvin Candie: "What's your name, boy?"
Dr. King Schultz: "His name is Django Freedom."
Calvin Candie: "Hmph, where'd you dig him up?"
Dr. King Schultz: "A fortunate turn of events brought Django and myself together."
Calvin Candie: "I've heard tell about you. I heard you been telling everybody that Mandingos ain't damn good ain't nothing that nobody is selling is worth buying. I'm curious, what makes you such a Mandingo expert?"
Django: "I'm curious what makes you so curious."
Butch Pooch: "What did you say, boy?"
Calvin Candie: "Calm down, Butch. No offense given, none taken."
Dr. King Schultz: "Monsier Candie, I'd appreciate if you'd direct your line of inquires at me.
Calvin Candie: "One… You do not have anything to drink. Can I get you a tasty refreshment?"
Dr. King Schultz: "Yes! I'll have a beer."
Calvin Candie: "Wonderful. Roscoe, a beer for the man with the beard and I will have a Polynesian Pearl Diver. Do not spare the rum."
Calvin Candie has a bone to pick with Django and wastes little time in airing his concerns. Luckily, Dr. Schultz is there to diffuse the situation before it gets out of hand.
- 10+ 2- 0
- 11+ 2- 0
Why Do You Carev
Dr. King Schultz: "We make a good team. We're pretty good at finding people."
Django: "Why you care if I find my wife?"
Dr. King Schultz: "I've never given anybody their freedom before. I feel responsible for you."
Django asks Dr. Schultz why he is going to such lengths to help him find his wife. Dr. Schultz explains that he's doing something special here and feels obligated to follow it through to a positive conclusion.
- 12+ 2- 1
A Good Bit of Funv
Calvin Candie: "Gentlemen, come on over. We got us a fight going on that's a good bit of fun."
Entertained by what he's seeing, Calvin Candie invites others to enjoy the show. That show is none other than his main event where slaves fight for sport against one another.
- 13+ 1- 0
A German Story
- 14+ 1- 0
Walkin' in the Moonlight
Django: "You better listen to your boss, white boy."
Billy Crash: "Oh, I'ma go walkin' in the moonlight with you."
Django: "You wanna hold my hand?"
Despite understanding that Django is free, Billy Crash does not take kindly to a black man being among his ranks and it shows. Django however, acting as a black slave owner, gives the attitude right back.
- 15+ 1- 0
You Wanna Dress Like That?
Betina: "So you're really free?"
Betina: "You mean, you wanna dress like that?"
Upon Django's arrival at Big Daddy's plantation Betina is confused to learn that Django is free but is wearing a ridiculous outfit. Clearly if she could choose what she wears she would choose something quite different.
- 16+ 1- 0
You Gentlemen Have Two Choices
Dr. King Schultz: "Now as to you poor devils? So as I see it, when it comes to the subject of what to do next, you gentlemen have two choices. One: once I'm gone, you could lift that beast off the remaining Speck, then carry him to the nearest town. Which would be at least 37 miles back the way you came. Or Two: You could unshackle yourselves, take that rifle, put a bullet in his head, bury the two of them deep, and then make your way to a more enlightened area of this country. The choice is yours. Oh, and on the off chance there are any astronomy aficionados amongst you, the North Star is that one. Tata."
After purchasing Django from the Speck brothers, Dr. Schultz gives the remaining Speck slaves an option. They can go kill the last Speck and go free or help that Speck get medical attention and continues their indentured lives, their choice.
- 17+ 1- 0
The 'D' Is Silent, Hillbilly
- 18+ 1- 0
Dr. King Schultz: "Positive?"
Django: "I dunno."
Dr. King Schultz: "You don't know if you're positive?"
Django: "I don't know what positive means."
Dr. King Schultz: "It means you're sure."
Dr. King Schultz: "Yes, what?"
Django: "Yes I'm sure it is Ellis Brittle... I'm positive he dead."
At first, the communication between Dr. Schultz and Django is slight strained as Django's vocabulary is a bit smaller than the doctor's. Once they get their words straight however it's smooth sailing.
- 19+ 1- 1
Stephen: "Something up with these two. Them old boys done rode a lot of miles, went to a lot of trouble, just to get that gal. They playing your ass for a fool."
While Calvin Candie doesn't see it, Stephen brings Candie into the know about how Dr. Schutz and Django's story doesn't quite add up.
- 20+ 0- 0
Sheriff Bill Sharp
Dr. King Schultz: "My name is Dr. King Schultz, and like yourself, Marshall, I am a servant of the court. 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 200 dollars. Now, that's 200 dollars, dead or alive."
Marshall Gill Tatum: "The hell you say!"
Dr. King Schultz: "I'm aware this is probably disconcerting news. But I'm willing to wager this man was elected sheriff sometime in the last 2 years. I know this because 3 years ago, he was rustling cattle from the B.C. Corrigan Cattle Company of Lubbock, Texas. Now this is a warrant, made out by circuit court Judge Henry Allen Laudermilk of Austin, Texas. You're encouraged to wire him. He'll back up who I am, and who your dear departed sheriff was. In other words Marshall, you owe me 200 dollars."
Django: "I'll be damned."
Django is utterly stunned after witnessing Dr. Schultz not only kill the sheriff of Daughtrey and get away with it but demand $200 from the Marshall.