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« : May 25, 2003, 05:13:25 PM »

I was going to put this in the trivia section, but I couldnt complete the list. I was going to ask, what were all the crimes Tuco was guilty of. But at the second hanging, the scene transitions over to Angels Eyes talking to the half soldier. I cant make out what the other crimes is being said.

This is what I have so far, I wanted to know if maybe we could complete it together heh.

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Murder
Armed Robbery of citizens, state banks, and post offices
Theft of sacred objects
Arson in a state prison
Perjury
Bigamy
Deserting his wife and children
Inciting prostitution
Kidnapping
Extortion
Receiving stolen goods, selling stolen goods
Passing counterfeit money
Using marked cards and loaded dice.
Assaulting a justice of the peace
Raping a virgin of the white race, statutory rape of a minor of the black race
Derailing a train in order to rob the passengers


Please correct any mistakes I made  ;)


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« #1 : May 27, 2003, 12:38:13 PM »

 highway robbery. ( falls under robbery)

robing an unknow number of post offices  (teck.) mentioned .
robbing villagers (?) wait that's calvera !
catching and selling fugitive slaves.                           rape: plain garden variety   (tuco liked rape) nyuk-nyuk !

so you've you've just about got it nailed millions. but did you ever wonder late @ night ? that's all he's been charged for. what on god's green earth else has this man REALLY done ? thats all they caught him for !
catching and selling fugitive slaves.  tsk-tsk.
oh yeah i forgot to mention.
hired himself out as guide to a wagon train.
after receiving payment in advance he deserted  the wagon train on the hunting ground of the sioux indians.
one more. you mentioned . (little but essential)  ;)

assulting the justice of the peace ? tuco's brand of vengence after hunting down the man who married him to a bum wife   ???  the JOTP obviously knew nothing about tuco !  >:(

a lot inaudible due to dialog.  ie,  i think,  selling indians whiskey ?? i could use a drink mice elfe after reading tuco's crimes in you post.  our kinda guy.
enyone else care to delve in and make themselves volitable ? it won't break tuco's heart.   :'(
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« #2 : May 27, 2003, 03:19:19 PM »

.......and misrepresenting himself as a Mexican general..........

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« #3 : May 29, 2003, 10:44:16 AM »

.......and misrepresenting himself as a Mexican general..........

Hmm, where did you hear that? Im not saying I dont believe you or anything, I just want to see if I can hear that line, or if its an obvious line that I missed ;)


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« #4 : May 29, 2003, 03:21:01 PM »

In between:(1) the music playing after Angel Eyes says, "Even a filthy beggar like that has a protecting angel." (2)Angel Eyes saying, "A golden haired angel watches over him."

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« #5 : May 29, 2003, 06:25:18 PM »

  is there no end to tuco's blastfamy ?  :-[


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« #6 : June 02, 2003, 12:43:54 PM »

"Passing counterfeit money" is my favourite one!!!


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« #7 : June 03, 2003, 12:03:17 AM »

no disrespect  but back to tuco's brother, after suming up tuco's crimes   it looks to me as if maybe both brothers  may have taken the "easy way out ".........  my personal favorite tuco crime is >>>>

after hiring himself out as a guide to a wagon train they paid him in advance. he then deserted them on the hunting grounds of the sioux indians ?...... MAN !  :P

what did tuco do that they didn't catch him for ?
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« #8 : November 04, 2003, 07:21:39 PM »

"Burning down...[?]...and the sherriff's office in Sonoma."

"[?]...from the Union Army."

Now I'm dying to know what's in the blanks, but I can't make it out.

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« #9 : November 04, 2003, 07:27:23 PM »

On a semi-related topic, can anyone tell me what Tuco shouts in Spanish at Blondie as they ride into town (right after he spits out the cigar)?  "Hijo de puta..." something.

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« #10 : November 05, 2003, 04:42:44 AM »

On a semi-related topic, can anyone tell me what Tuco shouts in Spanish at Blondie as they ride into town (right after he spits out the cigar)?  "Hijo de puta..." something.
I don't know verbatim what he said, but the English translation is "Son of a great whore". ;D

And I think that Tuco was accused of stealing supplies from the Union army, but I'm not one hundred percent sure.



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« #11 : November 05, 2003, 08:18:52 AM »

"Hijo de  (la) puta que te pariĆ²" = Son of the whore who give birth to you.

Parir (spanish)= partorire (italian) = to give birth.


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« #12 : November 05, 2003, 01:06:43 PM »

Thanks, that's actually a load off my mind.  Funny what you can get worked up over.

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« #13 : November 05, 2003, 03:36:45 PM »

"Hijo de  (la) puta que te pariĆ²" doesn't exactly roll off the tongue like, "To hell with all you sheriffs and all who gave birth to you".

Tuco should stick to English IMHO.


And what if your hand should shake a little?  And that Gringo so fast on the draw.
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« #14 : November 05, 2003, 04:35:58 PM »

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after hiring himself out as a guide to a wagon train they paid him in advance. he then deserted them on the hunting grounds of the sioux indians ?...... MAN !  :P

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Wow, that's pretty low - even for Tuco!  I never caught that particular crime, is it during the first or second hanging?


And what if your hand should shake a little?  And that Gringo so fast on the draw.
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