Pretty sure it was either him in the ATL/ITTL Dollars Trilogy or Once Upon A Time in The West
But at least Eastwood gets to really start making movies a few years earlier, and James Dean gets to live longer. Working with John Wayne might influence their professional careers in beneficial ways, also.
Later they were walking home in warm afternoon sunshine. Ben was enjoying his ice cream in the paper cup until he noticed that Kiki wasn’t. On the walk to the market he had noticed that she had constantly been looking over her shoulder and when they were in the store, she looked around every corner with a great deal of caution. While he had bought the ice cream, she had watched the street.
“Is everything alright?” Ben asked.
“No” Kiki replied, “I’m not used to this, public, the market, any of it.”
Once she said that Ben remembered that he had only ever seen her in their respective houses or in the back gardens until she had come with him. Was there a reason for that?
I sure hope so. If the two of them weren't inconspicuously accompanied by a platoon of agents someone would have really dropped the ball in Kat's outfit. Just because this is a time of mourning and soul-searching for the family doesn't mean the normal security measures are no longer necessary.Kiki's probably not used to being out in public without the overt presence of the First Foot. I'm confident that she's not unprotected and am rather sure that Gräfin Katherine’s neighborhood is as protective of the residents of her house against outsiders as the Pankow-Heinersdorf neighborhood was of her and her family.
Ladies and gentlemen, gravity has begun to affect the coin, let us now wait to see if the pfenning does indeed drop...