ALLEY ACROSS THE STREET. Emmett roars into view, riding his horse and leading two others: Paden’s bay and the pinto.
A window above the jail breaks open and Kern starts firing at Emmett.
DOWN THE STREET. Langston, behind a wagon, uses a British two-handed grip to fire off a few rounds.
Emmett brings the horses over, and Paden swings quickly up. Jake focuses his attention, unleashing a fusillade as Emmett leads the pinto along the front of the jail.
Come on, Jake! Let’s go!
DOWN THE STREET. Langston lifts his head from behind the now bullet-pocked wagon. He’s impressed.
Jake runs along the porch, hits the top of the hitching post on the fly, and takes off, landing lightly in the saddle of
the pinto. The three men gallop out of town in a cloud of dust.
EXT. RIDE OUT OF TURLEY (VARIOUS SHOTS) – DAY
The three men ride hell-for-leather away from town. At the first bend they leave the road and head off cross-country,
their horses straining up craggy hillsides and sliding down dusty slopes. There is some good riding going on here.
EXT. THE CHASE (VARIOUS SHOTS) – DAY
INTERCUTTING the three men and the Posse Langston has raised, as the Posse closes ground over choppy terrain. Now the three fugitives come through some trees along the bank of a stream and splash across to the other side.