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A 1975 film directed by John Huston and starring Sean Connery and Michael Caine about the glorious and awful sides of European Imperialism. This film follows former non-commissioned officers of the British Raj on a journey into the wilds beyond the Khyber Pass and into the lands of Kafiristan on a mission to become kings or die trying.

Based on a short story by Rudyard Kipling, the movie is very faithful and differs from the story only in the ending.

This film contains examples of:

 Daniel Dravot: "Peachy, I'm heartily ashamed for getting you killed instead of going home rich like you deserved, on account of me being so bleeding high and bloody mighty. Can you forgive me?"

Peachy Taliaferro Carnehan: "That I can and that I do, Danny. Free and full and without let or hindrance."

Daniel: "Everything's all right then."

  Billy Fish: After refusing his chance to escape in a horse: Gurkha is foot soldier, not cavalry.

 "Gurkha foot soldier, not cavalry. Rifleman Majendra Bahadur Gurung wishing you many good lucks." *Draws kukri and charges the mob* "Ayo Gurkhali!"

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