100+ Dr. King Schultz Quotes From Django Unchained Movie

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These Dr. King Schultz quotes are from Django Unchained movie. There are so many Dr. King Schultz quotes that can help you when you are tired of being in the same old rut, and all you need is a little push, a little inspiration, a smile on the face, change of mood, bring you out of the banality of life, make you laugh a little, or may even make you cry a bit, and these Dr. King Schultz quotes exists just do that.

Dr. King Schultz was a dental specialist turned abundance tracker who liberated Django and helped him salvage his significant other. Schultz was in the end executed in a shootout when he shot Calvin Candie in the chest with his lady gun. It’s evaluated that Schultz is in his late 40’s to mid-50’s during the occasions of the motion picture.

Lord Schultz came from an affluent family in Germany (probably Düsseldorf, Rhine Province, Kingdom of Prussia) and is exceptionally refined just as extremely insightful. He rehearsed dentistry up until 1853. Schultz loathed subjection and detested seeing slaves being dealt with inadequately and furthermore executed. Eventually in his life, Schultz was hitched.

His significant other as far as anyone knows kicked the bucket of an obscure reason, as should be obvious a gravestone with the name of Paula Schultz in Kill Bill II, who lived from 1823 to 1893. Schultz turned into an abundance tracker in 1853, possibly because of the homicide of his sibling (referenced in the melody His Name Is King, highlighted in the film’s soundtrack), and it is believed that his chase for his perished kin’s executioner set him on this vocation way.

While finding the Brittle Brothers, Schultz went over the Speck Brothers and their slaves who were walking the nation for quite a long time. Schultz claims he is searching for a slave who knows the Brittle Brothers and the Specks enabled the previous dental specialist to assess the slaves. At the point when Schultz came to Django who was initially possessed by the Brittle Brothers, the Specks would not sell him and became eager with Schultz. At the point when Ace Speck compromised Schultz to leave, Schultz executes Ace and injured Dicky Speck by shooting his pony.

Shultz then liberates Django and gave different slaves 2 decisions. 1: Lift up the dead pony and convey Dicky to an adjacent town which was miles from where they originated from or 2: Kill Dicky and have their since quite a while ago wanted opportunity. The slaves picked the subsequent option. Hours after the fact, Schultz and Django head to an adjacent town and settle at a bar in which the landlord flees for assistance. Schultz hilariously proposes that the owner brings in the sheriff as opposed to the Marshall.

In the wake of executing Sheriff Bill Sharp, Schultz and Django were then welcomed by the equipped occupants and the Marshall himself. Schultz utilizes a cunning preferred position to demonstrate that he is in actuality an abundance tracker and Django is a freeman. In the wake of managing the Sheriff, Django educates Schultz concerning his time with the Brittle Brothers and Schultz guarantees Django opportunity and installment for his administration. Schultz then discovers that Django is hitched.

Making a trip from Texas to Tennessee, the couple went to the Bennet Plantation where the Brittle Brothers are presently found. At the estate, Spencer G. Bennet, the proprietor harrasses the couple on the grounds that Django has the privileges that a white man has.

Schultz figures out how to cool Bennet’s demeanor by offering him cash and revealing to him that Django is a freeman. While Django manages John and “Little Raj” Brittle. Schultz hurries to Django and solicits him from Ellis’ area. Django directs him toward the fields and Schultz kills down the last Brittle. Drawn nearer by a furious crowd that is lead by Bennet, Schultz indeed utilizes his astute preferred position to dispose of Bennet and his irate horde.

Schultz wound up mindful that Bennet will chase him and Django down so Schultz set up a snare for Bennet and his horde to come. Prior to stowing away, Schultz puts a pack of explosive in the dental specialist sign.

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“Everybody calm down. I’m simply a customer trying to conduct a transaction.”

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“Yes, Django, as a matter of fact, he does. A fella named Siegfried.”

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“Yes. His approval would be a dubious proposition at best.”

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“Our mutual friend has a flair for the dramatic.”

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“Let’s just hope she works in the house, not in the field.”

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“[aiming .45-70 rifle at fleeing Ellis Brittle] You sure that’s him?”

“Positive?”

“You don’t know if you’re positive?”

“It means you’re sure.”

“Yes, what?”

“I don’t go in for sweets, thank you.”

“Actually, I was thinking of that poor devil you fed to the dogs today, D’Artagnan. And I was wondering what Dumas would make of all this.”

“Alexander Dumas. He wrote “The Three Musketeers.” I figured you must be an admirer. You named your slave after his novel’s lead character. If Alexander Dumas had been there today, I wonder what he would have made of it?”

“Alexander Dumas is black.”

“How do you like the bounty hunting business?”

“Well, you won’t sell your best. You won’t even sell your second best, but your third best? You don’t wanna sell either, but if I made you an offer so ridiculous, you’d be forced to consider it?”

“Who knows what could happen?”

“For a truly talented specimen, the right nigger? How much would you say, Django?”

“Well, Broomhilda was a princess. She was a daughter of Wotan, god of all gods. Anyways, Her father is really mad at her.”

“I can’t exactly remember. She disobeys him in some way. So he puts her on top of the mountain.”

“It’s a German legend, there’s always going to be a mountain in there somewhere. And he puts a fire-breathing dragon there to guard the mountain. And he surrounds her in a circle of hellfire. And there, Broomhilda shall remain. Unless a hero arises brave enough to save her.”

“[Nods] Quiet spectacularly so. He scales the mountain, because he’s not afraid of it. He slays the dragon, because he’s not afraid of him. And he walks through hellfire… because Broomhilda’s worth it.”

“[to Django after shooting Calvin] I’m sorry…”

“I couldn’t resist.”

“[after Calvin Candie brings a box into his dining room and takes a human skull out of it] Who is your little friend?”

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“You silver tongued devil, you.”

“Mister Candie, normally I would say “Auf wiedersehen,” but since what “auf wiedersehen” actually means is “’till I see you again”, and since I never wish to see you again, to you, sir, I say goodbye!”

“[stops and faces Candie] What?”

“I’m not from the South…”

“Insist? On what? That I shake your hand?”

“Then I’m afraid I must insist in the opposite direction!”

“What you think I am? No, I don’t!”

“And I think you’re an abysmal winner!”

“And if I don’t shake your hand, you’re gonna throw away $12,000? I don’t think so!”

“[Dr. Schultz turns back at Candie] You REALLY want me to shake your hand?”

“Oh, if you insist…”

“I wish to parley with you.”

“Oh, I’m sorry, please forgive me. it *is* a second language.”

“[in disbelief] Let me get this straight: Your slave wife speaks German and her name is Broomhilda von Schaft?”

“[looks to Ace] Like what?”

“My dear sir, I am simply trying to ascertain…”

“Oh don’t be ridiculous. Of course they’re for sale.”

“My good man, did you simply get carried away with your dramatic gesture, or are you pointing your weapon at me with lethal intention?”

“Oh well, very well.”

“And I take it you prefer the take it or leave it style of negotiation?”

“[Screams back nervously] May I lift my hands off the table in order to remove my billfold?”

“And as if on cue, here comes the sheriff!”

“Schultz.”

“Certain people, yeah…”

“[grins] Ah! Badder they are, the bigger the reward.”

“How long have you been associated with Mr. Candie?”

“He’s just being cheeky.”

“Anything else about Mr. Candie I should know about before I meet him?”

“Si c’est cela qu’il préfère.”

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“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.”

“I’m aware this is probably disconcerting news. But I’m willing to wager this man was elected sheriff sometime in the last two years. I know this because three 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.”

“What’s a comfort…? Oh.”

“Auf Wiedersehen. Bullseye.”

“Do most slaves believe in marriage?”

“Django.”

“Oh, Mr. Bennett, I must remind you, Django is a free man. He cannot be treated like a slave. He… within the boundaries of good taste, he must be treated as an extension of myself.”

“[toasting their business transaction] Prost!”

“Oh, Monsieur Candie, you can’t imagine what it’s like not to hear your mother tongue in four years.”

“This is my valet, and my valet doesn’t walk…”

“His name is Django, he’s a free man, and he can ride what he pleases!”

“My good sir, perhaps we got off on the wrong boot. Allow me to unring this bell! My name is Dr.King Schultz, this is my valet, Django, and these are our horses, Fritz, and Tony.”

“Mr. Bennett, I’ve been lead to believe you are a gentleman, and a business man. And it is in these capacities that we’ve ridden from Texas to Tennessee to talk with you now.”

“I wish to purchase one of your nigger gals!”

“Well, I’m afraid so!”

“[Django hands his head, Schultz looks at him and looks back up at Big Daddy] Mr. Bennett! If you are the business man I’ve been led to believe you to be, I have five thousand things I might say that could change your mind.”

“On one hand, I despise slavery. On the other hand, I need your help. If you’re not in a position to refuse, all the better. So, for the time being, I’m gonna make this slavery malarkey work to my benefit. Still, having said that, I feel guilty…”

“So, I would like the two of us to enter into an agreement.”

“I’m looking for the Brittle brothers.”

“However, at this endeavor, I’m at a slight disadvantage insofar as I don’t know what they look like.”

“But you do. Don’t ya?”

“Good. So here’s my agreement: You travel with me until we find them…”

“I hear at least two of them are overseeing up in Gatlinburg, but I don’t know where. That means we visit every plantation in Gatlinburg till we find ’em. And when we find them, you point them out, and I kill them.”

“You do that, I agree to give you your freedom; $25 per Brittle brother.”

“Bonsoir ma petite femme noir.”

“Good morning, inn keeper. Two beers for two weary travelers!”

“[Schultz runs after him] Innkeeper… innkeeper! Remember, get the sheriff, not the marshal!”

“[Schultz returns to the inn and shrugs to Django] Alas! Now we must act as our own bartender. Sit down, my boy.”

“[Turns to the four remaining slaves] 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.”

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“Oh! And on the off chance there are any astronomy aficionados amongst you, the North Star is that one. Tata!”

“Do you know what they’re going to call you? The “Fastest Gun in the South”.

“[Big Daddy approaches with a mob of other people to confront Schultz and Django after they killed the Brittle brothers] Everybody calm down, we mean no one else any harm!”

“I am Dr. King Schultz, a legal representative of the criminal justice system of the United States of America. The man to my left is Django Freeman, he’s my deputy. In my pocket is a warrant signed by circuit court judge Henry Allen Laudermilk of Austin, Texas, for the arrest and capture, dead or alive, of John Brittle, Ellis Brittle, and Roger Brittle…”

“You know them by the name “Shaffer,” but the butchers real names were Brittle. These are wanted men; the law wants them for murder. I reiterate, this warrant states “dead or alive.” When Django and myself executed these men on sight, we were operating within our legal boundaries. Now, I realize passions are high, but I must warn you, the penalty for taking deadly force against a officer of the court in the performance of his duty is, you will be hung by the neck until you are dead.”

“[pause] May I please remove the warrant from my pocket so you may examine it?”

“Satisfied? May I have that back?”

“[smiles] Ha!”

“Despite that cart, I haven’t practiced dentistry in five years. But these days, I practice a new profession…”

“Bounty hunter.”

“Do you know what a bounty hunter is?”

“Well, the way the slave trade deals in human lives for cash, a bounty hunter deals in corpses.”

“Prost!”

“The state places a bounty on a man’s head. I track that man, I find that man, I kill that man.”

“After I’ve killed him, I transport that man’s corpse back to the authorities. Sometimes that’s easier said than done. I show that corpse to the authorities, proving yes, indeed, I truly have killed him, at which point the authorities pay me the bounty. So, like slavery, it’s a flesh for cash business.”

“[after Django has shot through a bottle] *That’s* accurate.”

“Wunderbar, Marshall! 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.”
“I trust, as a representative of the criminal justice system of The United States of America, I shan’t be shot down in the street, by either you or your deputies, before I’ve had my day in court.”

“Yes, that’s exactly what I mean! Do I have your word as a lawman, not to shoot me down like a dog in the street?”

“Fair enough Marshall, here we come!”

“They’re a little tense out there. So don’t make any quick movements, and let me do the talking.”

“Yes indeed we are. Marshall Tatum, may I address you and your deputies, and apparently the entire town of Daughtrey, as to the incident that just occurred?”

“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 two hundred dollars. Now, that’s two hundred dollars, dead or alive.”

“I’m aware this is probably disconcerting news, but I’m willing to wager this man was elected sheriff sometime in the last two years? I know this because three 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 two hundred dollars.”

“[teasing] Ooh. What happened to Mister “I Wanna Shoot White Folks For Money”?”

“Well, good. He’ll have a loved one with him. Maybe even share a last word. That’s better than most of them get. Damn sight better than he deserves.”

“Put down the rifle.”

“Don’t worry, I’m not mad at you. Let’s take out Smitty Bacall’s handbill.”

“Now, read it out loud. Consider that today’s lesson.”

“Gang.”

“Seven thousand.”

“Thousand.”

“Mem…?”

“Follows.”

“[finishes for him] Crazy Craig Koons.”

“*That* is who Smitty Bacall is. If Smitty Bacall wanted to start a farm at 22, they would never have printed that.”

“But Smitty Bacall wanted to rob stagecoaches, and he didn’t mind killing people to do it. Do you want to save your wife by doing what I do? This is what I do. I kill people and sell their corpses for cash. This corpse is worth seven thousand dollars. Now, quit your pussyfooting and shoot him.”

“Here. You need to keep this Smitty Bacall handbill.”

“It’s good luck. You always keep the handbill of your first bounty.”

“Yes! I’ll have a beer.”

“I can’t express the joy I felt conversing in my mother tongue. And Hildi is a charming conversation companion.”

“Well, naturally, it is the soaring eagle that attracts her attention, not the plucked chicken.”

“You poor devils.”

“Then play him that way! Give me YOUR black slaver.”

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