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刀糖齐飞,伤己伤人;漫画搬运(CP向);长期话唠
Stucky (Captain America); Jim Prideaux & Bill Haydon (TTSS); Daniel Brühl

美国队长糖与刀20:美国队长与巴基 (2/5)

经过艰苦训练,Bucky成为了美国队长Steve Rogers的搭档。在几周相处之后他们默契得如同多年战友。Steve和Bucky接到命令,追查来自德国的Brandt兄弟……在这次任务中,Bucky沾上了第一滴血。他意识到,正如Steve所说的那样,"取一条性命可以很简单……但接受自己的所作所为继续活下去……没那么简单。"


  • 内容包括《美国队长与巴基》第二章《第一滴血》

  • 承接《美国队长与巴基》第一章《面具》

  • 汉化来自老冰棍自强组,功劳归于官方和汉化组,我只是糖和刀的搬运工


Bucky的独白:

经过了几周的相处,队长和我……我们默契得就如同多年战友。

After a few weeks together, Cap and me…it was like we’d been brothers-in-arms for years.


Steve和Bucky一起出任务,两人埋伏在屋外。


Bucky:

现在?

Now?


Steve:

还不行,搭档。我们的确保抓他个现行。

Not yet, pal. We need to make sure we catch him in the act.


屋内,任务对象正在进行交易。


Baron:

真的需要拿着这么些枪吗?

Are all those guns really necessary?


Brandts:

这要取决与你给我带了什么,Baron.

It depends on what you have for me, Baron.


Baron:

噢,别担心……我把档案拿来了……

Oh, don’t worry…I’ve got the files…


Steve(to Bucky):

准备好……就是现在。

Get ready…Now.


Bucky的独白:

我发誓,面具,制服,秘密任务……这一切就好像……好像我就是为了这一切而生的。请注意,这可不是那种玫瑰人生……

And I swear, it was like all of it…The mask and the uniform, the secret missions…This was what I’d been born to do. Not that it was all a bed of roses, mind you…


任务完成。Steve和Bucky来到电影院。美国队长宣传片又有了新内容。


影片旁白:

于是,我们的自由哨兵和他的忠诚跟班潜入——

Thus, our Sentinel of Liberty and his faithful sidekick swoop in and --


Bucky:

忠诚跟班?把我当什么了?神犬丁丁吗?⑴

Faithful sidekick? What am I? Rin Tin Tin?


屏幕上的Bucky:

哇,队长!你可真是我们这些孩子学习的好榜样!

Gee, Cap! You sure are a great role role model for all us kids!


屏幕上的队长:

我只是做了一个美国人该做的事,Bucky!

I just do what all Americans should, Bucky!


Bucky对新闻片浮夸的台词和演员糟糕的演技很是不满。


Bucky:

老天!这剧本谁写的?

Creesus! Who writes this stuff?


一旁的观众:

嘿,兄弟,小点声儿。

Hey, buddy, keep it down.




Steve和Bucky出了电影院。


Bucky:

那家伙简直难以置信!感觉我们就像在教堂里似的。

Can you believe that guy? You’d think we were in church or somethin’.


Steve:

但是人们去电影院,就是为了听那些内容啊,Buck.

Well, people do go to the movies to hear the movie, Buck.


Bucky:

更别让我开口点评那些新闻片!

And don’t get me strated on that newsreel!


Steve:

我绝对不会这么做的,伙计。

I wouldn’t dream of it, pal.


Bucky:

那些制服……还有演员?他们从哪儿找来这群家伙的?

Those costumes…and the actors? Where did they find those guys?


Steve:

嗯,还好没人叫你去点评影片……

Yeah…It’s sure a good thing no one got you started…


Bucky:

不如请几位女士共演?除非他们实在找不到演技够糟糕的演员……

And how about puttin’ a dame or two in there? Unless they can’t find any who can act badly enough…


两人回到营地,Steve在浴室刮胡子,Bucky在一旁和他说话。




Bucky:

我不知道你是怎么做到的,Steve.

I don’t know how you do it, Steve.


Steve:

你指什么?

Do what?


Bucky:

明明被困在这里还能保持冷静。而我们应该属于战场,去和纳粹战斗。

Stay so cool while we’re stuck here, instead of takin’ on the Nazi’s on the battlefield, where we belong.


Steve:

我们在这儿干了很多好事,Bucky. 而现在他们需要我们在这儿。

We’re doing a lot of good here, Bucky. And it’s where they need us for now.


Bucky:

或许吧……可是我们什么时候才能投身这场操蛋的战争?

Maybe…but when are we gonna get in this damn war already?


Steve:

听着……别太急躁……实战和你的训练大不相同。

Listen…don’t be in such a hurry. Real battle isn’t like your training.


Bucky:

那是什么意思?

What’s that supposed to mean?


Steve:

意思是战争就是杀死其他的士兵,那些就和我们一样的人。

It means war s killing other soldiers, other people just like us.


Bucky:

那个我懂。我见过不少死亡了。

I know that. I’ve seen plenty of death.


Steve:

那不一样,Bucky. 取一条性命可以很简单……但接受自己的所作所为继续活下去……没那么简单。

That’s different, Bucky. Taking a life can be simple…But living with what you’ve done. That’s not so simple.


Bucky的独白:

于是我们又踏上了一次顶级机密的超级士兵任务之旅。

And off we were…on another top secret super-soldier mission.


任务目的地是马戏团。


Bucky:

如果那是个秘密线人,我们怎么知道该找谁?

If he’s a confidential informant, how are we gonna know who to look for?


Steve:

他们说他在套圈摊上工作,应该就在附近了。找到他了,现在这等会儿,我可不想吓跑他。

They said he works the ring toss, which should be around here somewhere. Here he is. Stay here for a minute. I don’t wanna spook him.


Steve去找套圈摊主问话。为了更好隐藏身份,Bucky决定和来马戏团游玩的两位姑娘搭讪。


Bucky:

哦,那可不合法啊!

Now, that should be illegal!


Rachel &Donna:

什么不合法?

What should?


Bucky:

像你们这样两位美丽的女士竟然没有护花使者。不过我能解决这个难题……James Barnes二等兵,随您差遣。

You two gorgeous girls out here all by yourselves. But I can fix that…Private James Barnes, at your serve.


Rachel:

我叫Rachel,这是Donna. 你觉得自己能够左右逢源,士兵男孩?

I’m Rachel and this is Donna. Think you can handle the both of us, soldier boy?


问话回来的Steve:

好了,Bucky,他告诉我——

Okay, Bucky, he told me --


Bucky:

这是Rachel和Donna. 姑娘们,Steve Rogers下士。

This is Rachel and Donna. Gals, Corporal Steve Rogers.


不明状况的Steve:

哦,你们好,女士们。

Oh, hello, ladies.


Steve把Bucky拉到一边。


Steve:

你,到底,在搞什么?

What, exactly, are you doing here?


Bucky:

噢,来吧……还能有比这更好的伪装吗。我们可以四处查探,看起来就像个四人约会。

Oh, c’mon…It’s a perfect cover. We snoop around while it looks like we’re on a double date.


Rachel:

你们两个男孩在那密谋什么呢?

What are you boys conspiring about over there?


Donna:

知道吗,我祖母总是说,“窃窃私语的人可是要下地狱的。”

Y’know, my grandmother always said,” Whisperers go to hell.”


Bucky(to Steve):

听起来她可真是位淑女啊。

She sounds like a real nice lady.


Steve(to Rachel and Donna):

我们只是在说,能遇上这样两位炙手可热的美人实在太幸运了。

We were just saying how lucky it is we bumped into two absolute knockouts.


Bucky:

没错,让两位士兵给你们买点棉花糖怎么样?

Yeah. Can a couple G.I. 's buy you gals some cotton candy?


Donna:

我从来不会拒绝来自士兵的甜品。

I never turn down sweets from a soldier.




Bucky:

套圈先生说了什么?

What did Mr. Ring Toss have to say?


Steve:

显然Brandt兄弟,空中飞人家族经手了一些神秘的货品……有些又大又重的货箱直接送去了他们的帐篷。

Apparently the Brandt Brothers, the trapeze family, have been getting some strange shipments. Big, heave crates delivered right to their tent.


Bucky:

所以?德国人再也不能做买卖了?

So? Can’t Germans buy stuff anymore?


Steve:

自从他们移民以后被FBI盯上了就不行。侦察时间到了。

Not when they’ve been watched by the FBI since they emigrated. Time for some recon.


Steve(to Rachel & Donna):

如果你们不介意,我们大概得去一下男士盥洗室……不如你们先去买摩天轮的票,我们待会儿去排队的地方等你们?

If you’ll excuse us, we need to find the little soldiers’ room. But why don’t you get us all tickets for the ferris wheel and we’ll meet you in line?


姑娘们先行离开。


Bucky:

“男士盥洗室”?

“Little soldiers’ room?”


Steve:

这不是挺有用的嘛。快,这边。

It worked, didn’t it? C’mon, this way.


Bucky:

那么,为什么这些所谓的弹跳Brandt家族很可疑?

So why are these Bouncing Brandts or whatever worth our attention?


Steve:

因为他们的父亲在上次战争中制造了神经毒气,而且他还是希特勒的好友。

Because their father developed nerve gases in the last war, and he’s friends with Hitler.


两人潜入马戏团Brandt的帐篷。


Steve:

就是这儿。周围安全吗?

This is the one. Is the coast clear?


Bucky:

是的,你可以行动了。

Yeah, you’re good.


Steve:

保持警惕。

Keep a lookout.


Bucky:

没问题。如果有人来的话我就吹九次口哨。

Sure. I’ll whistle nine times if anyone shows.


Steve发现帐篷箱子里装的是狮子雕像。


Bucky:

狮子?我不懂这代表什么。

Lions? I don’t get it.


Steve:

我也不懂……

Neither do I…


有人发现了Steve和Bucky. Steve用“为约会对象找礼物”的借口蒙混了过去。但进来的人还是起了疑心。


Bucky的独白:

我们意识到掩护已经被拆穿。等我们换上真正的制服再回来的时候……我们更确信了。

We figured our cover was blown. But by the time we got back, in our real uniforms…we were sure if it.


马戏团所在场地已经空无一人。


Bucky:

队长,你看到了吗?人都去哪儿了?

Cap, do you see that? Where’d everybody go?


Steve:

这可不妙。

This isn’t good.


Steve和Bucky在场地角落发现受了重伤的线人,得知Brandt家族的人乘火车去下一站,打算暗杀临行的数百名士兵。Steve 和Bucky追上了火车。列车上Brandt家族的人听到了动静。在这场战斗中,Bucky第一次夺去了敌人的性命。


Bucky的独白:

我跳上车的时候还是个得意洋洋的小鬼。高估了自己,想着自己多么有英雄气概。以为自己什么都懂,和所有的青少年一样。

I was a cocky kid when I leapt onto that train. Thinkin’ I was way more of a man than I really was, like all teenagers do.


任务完成。Steve和Bucky回到营地。


Steve:

那些雕像是用有毒化学品制造的。他们打算经过时想整个车站投毒。你昨天拯救了许多条无辜的生命……你明白的,对吗?Bucky?

Those statues were made of toxic chemicals. They were going to gas that whole station as they went through. You saved a lot of innocent people last night. You know that, right? Bucky?


Bucky:

我挺好的,Steve,真的。这事儿总得有人干……所以我做了。就那么简单。

I’m fine, Steve. Really. It had to be done…So I did it. Simple as that.


Steve:

是的,是的,就是这样。

Yes. Yes, it did.




Bucky:

又是邮件?有我的吗?

Is that mail? Anything for me?


Steve:

是的。似乎是你妹妹又写信来了。

Yes, looks like your sister wrote again.


Bucky拆开Becca寄来的信。


Steve:

她在学校过得怎么样?

How’s she doing at school?


Bucky:

很好。她过得很好……

Great. She’s doing great…


Steve:

你该给她回信。

You should write her back.


Bucky:

是啊……明天吧。

Yeah…maybe tomorrow.


Bucky的独白:

然而我觉得明天里那一刻简直有一百万英里那么远。我只是一遍又一遍地想着Steve说过的话……关于杀人和它最艰难的部分……我无比希望他当时只是在说谎。

But tomorrow seemed like a million miles from where I was. I was just thinking over and over about what Steve had said…About killing a man and what the hardest part was…and I was hopin’ like hell he’s been lyin’.



注:

⑴ 神犬丁丁(Rin Tin Tin),1920s著名犬科明星(德国牧羊犬),在27部好莱坞电影中现身。



【完】



声明:

  • 内容来自《美国队长与巴基》第二章《第一滴血》

  • 汉化来自老冰棍自强组,功劳归于官方和汉化组,我只是糖和刀的搬运工



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