- Corporal Allen! Fire! In the hospital, malingering, under arrest. Bunch of savages. You must understand these things if you're going to stay in Africa. You've come from there? - Lucky for you. - What's that? Take a look at this. If the lot is sold for more than the original price then the buyer shall have no right or claim to the profit. Come with me. - Well, it don't matter if you lose! We hold the outside perimeter. Where's Hookie? - Come back! Beg your pardon, sir. Bromhead? - Owen. Myth became reality in a way similar to John Wayne’s “Alamo”. Alright, lads, take up your positions on the firing step. - Now, sir. Corporal, I want all these people out of here. Mr. Bourne, there should be 12 more men working on this redoubt. Honestly, I can't manage it. 24th. Get out! - Colour Sergeant Bourne. I've got it all sorted out. I don't know. Frederick Schiess, Corporal, Natal Native Contingent. She's a dry one. Colour Sergeant Bourne, what's that shooting? The head, the horns and the loins. Very good, sir. What the hell do you mean, cowardly blacks? - Hookie, do something! There were 400 native levies also. - Well, you did it. You'll kill him! A script usually expresses instructions by using the application`s or tool`s rules and syntax, combined with simple control structures such as loops and if/then expressions. "He maketh wars to cease in all the world; he breaketh the bow and snappeth the spear in sunder." Damn you, Chard! Hey, where are you going? Alright, lads, keep it moving. If the purchase price is not paid by the buyer to SRBA within 24 hours of the sale, or some other agreed time, then SRBA shall do one of the following; a) resell to the underbidder or any other interested party at a price negotiated and the buyer shall pay any shortfall. Alright, man, is it true? Production: Tango Entertainment. Stand... to. Filmed on a grand scale, Zulu is a rousing recreation of the January 22, 1879, siege of Rorke's Drift in Natal, Africa. The sooner we get rid of them the better. However at times defects or bibliographical points may be overlooked and buyers are advised to satisfy themselves before bidding on any lot. - Sir. A film review ... Zulu is a 1964 historical war film depicting the Battle of Rorke's Drift between the British. Sir! Right, now get back to your posts. Did I ever see a Zulu walk down the City Road? Alright. Say sir. I managed to think of that. Beg your pardon, sir. - You're alive. And a bayonet, sir, with some guts behind it. Not that way, Miss Witt. What are you talking about? They had names and faces. I'm damned if I can tell you why. I know you! Tell them they can't get here too soon. About the soup, sir. Colour Sergeant Bourne? - Hughes? Web. - Private Hook! Not you again? - And what do you sing? Are you sure you're on the right side of the river? First two. Sergeant! The cavalry! Hook! Watch on Netflix Also available on Netflix. The boy's good. Well... ...you've fought your first action. Play your cards right, and it could be you. At the double. Don't take it too badly, Mr. Witt. - You understand? This gentleman, sir, said to put it on the fire. Send the bugler to me. Those bastards! Thousands of them. He was a paperhanger. Come on, then, at the double. I didn't know. No comedians, please. SRBA or the Vendor make no warranties regarding any lot. Public Liability Hey, come on. Colour Sergeant? The man is a great bass baritone. They're Witt's parishioners. What's our strength? This way, he probes for weaknesses on the one wall while he keeps the other pinned down. What are you doing? - There was three days ago. There's a silly man, by damn. - John Chard. Well, we haven't done too badly. - They're counting your guns. While I stood here talking peace, a war has started. Orderly, damn it! Would you like that, then? I'm getting out. - You lucky bastard! - Are you stupid? Every Welsh regiment has a choir, sir. That's why I brought you here. Take this rifle, Hook, and get to it! Alright, get on with it. - Get a platoon together. The Vendor or an agent appointed by the Vendor may not bid on his own lot. ‘Zulu’, premiering in 1964, 85 years after the events it portrayed, has become one of the most celebrated of all British War films. Come on. 11. Even if those flaming officers ain't seen it, I bet the Zulus have. Father? - I came here to build a bridge. - I want half your men now. Mark your target when it comes. Squad, 'shun. Adendorff, what's wrong with them?