Black Jack TV - Full Episode 50 (Official & HQ with subtitles)


Uploaded by TezukaAnime on 11.09.2012

Transcript:
As I stand in the wind on a hill by a port town,
my head feels unusually empty.
I was watching the town from the south side of the shore.
And so I sunk my unsteady passion into the depths of the sea.
This surging power...
It's something hidden in everyone, everywhere.
Day after day, everyone tries their best.
But people get annoyed when I mention it.
It makes me glad...
that I found my place here.
I searched for the reason
why we can believe in the same air
as long as we're alive.
He weaves the thread of life with his miraculous control of a scalpel.
The genius surgeon who lives on a cape.
His name is Black Jack.
Separated Brothers
Originally "Younger Brother" by Tezuka Osamu
So, you're asking me
to be your son.
Yes. That's right.
The contract would be for one year.
We want you to live as Yokoyama Eizo's son.
As a reward, we have prepared ¥20,000,000.
See, Doc? Isn't it a good deal?
You pretend to be this man's son,
and we can buy a new set of pots and pans.
Pinoko! You stay quiet!
I was just thinking of making you a delicious curry.
Why the hesitation?
Even a man like you could have a great academic record and a glorious resumè in an instant.
On top of that, you can make money.
Sorry, but I decline this offer.
When I found a great job for you!
W-Why?!
First: I'm a doctor, not an actor.
Well, of course.
Second: I have no interest in an academic record or resumè.
Third: You're hiding something.
Those are my reasons.
Let's go, Pinoko.
Wait up, Doc!
Please wait!
My older brother has cancer.
He dosen't have much time left. He's at his end.
Then hire me as a doctor.
It won't work if I introduce you as a doctor.
He's a very stubborn man.
He probably won't accept an operation from anyone except my son.
So there were reasons behind this.
Please! I beg you!
New pots...
Please, Doc.
With medical exams, surgery, acting, and other costs included,
the cost will be ¥70,000,000.
T-Then...
You better thank Pinoko.
I love you, Doc!
I'll cook my best stuff!
Hey now, Pinoko.
But I make no guarantee regarding how well I can act.
Where are we going?
To my brother's house.
Big Brother, it's been such a long time.
Eizo, it's really you!
Dear! We have a surprise guest!
Sister, how's my brother's condition?
Not very good.
Is that Eizo?
Why did you come here?
What do you mean?
He came to see you.
Brother, I heard you weren't feeling well, so...
It's none of your business.
Brother!
You knew this would eventually happen!
Dear, don't talk so loudly.
Getting upset isn't good for you.
Quiet!
See what I mean?
Out in the gentle sunlight,
I wish on the playful clover...
Why do you have to go through all this?
Perhaps you should know the story behind this.
I'll tell you everything I know.
Don't tell me you forgot.
It happened when dad fell ill from cancer.
What did dad say before he died?
Dad, come back to us.
Dad.
Boys, there's nothing we can do about this.
Your great-grandfather and grandfather also died from cancer.
I know that I have cancer too.
We're all prone to cancer.
You be careful of cancer too.
Dad!
Find a doctor who can treat you before you get cancer.
Dad, I'll become a doctor who can treat cancer.
I'll be a doctor too!
Dad!
Dad said that and died soon after, leaving the two of us behind.
Eizo, I have to take over dad's factory.
I'll work hard.
I promise you won't have a hard time,
so you can become a doctor.
Me?
So you keep the promise we made with Dad.
Okay! Then I'll become a doctor!
It's a promise.
Yeah, a promise.
And you...
I never forgot that promise!
That's a wonderful story.
It moved my heart!
But I still don't understand.
How does him becoming a doctor relate to me becoming his son?
This is his atonement.
You were just about the worst in school.
On every test, you came within a hair's breadth of scoring zero.
Whenever it was your turn to speak, you became the laughingstock of the classroom.
I did most of the homework for you.
Every time I heard anyone badmouth you, I paid them back.
I protected you the best I could.
You were close to flunking, so I walked you to a cram school in a nearby town.
It was dark by the time we walked home.
Brother, my teacher told us to bring lunch money.
Yeah, I'll pay it as soon as I get paid for this job.
Every day, I managed dad's factory,
working hard, so you wouldn't have to.
"Lunch Money"
But as you grew older, you became even dumber!
You only graduated from junior high because the teachers were merciful.
Make Eizo a doctor?
Yes.
I'm not sure about that.
It costs a lot to become a doctor.
It might be possible for you, but with Eizo's test scores...
I swore to dad that I'd make him a doctor!
Please help me out!
Please, teacher!
I did everything I could,
but...
Jeez, why didn't he study more?
That poor brother.
It's not that he couldn't study.
In his case, it wasn't the academics, but...
But?
His brother's great expectations?
Yes.
All the pressure must have hindered his performance.
No matter how simply things were explained, no matter how many extra lessons he took,
and even with help from a private tutor, it was all in vain.
Sweet talk, praise, encouragement, inspirational speeches—
nothing led to results.
Perhaps he refused to become a doctor subconsciously.
Maybe he thought that his brother would give up if he couldn't go to a medical school.
Why do you think that?
He's the man who built our IT firm from the ground up.
I believe no ordinary man could ever build a company that employs over a thousand people.
I'm so bored.
How much longer is that dumb president going to make us wait?
I want to cook with my new set of pots soon.
Curry and rice, omelette rice, spaghetti, beef stew, hamburger, pancakes...
I'll make so much of everything you like.
I was trying to make you a doctor, no matter how many sacrifices I had to make.
Didn't you realize how hard I worked?!
I did.
That's why
I was so shocked when you bribed the academic dean to force me into medical school.
No! I don't want to be a doctor!
I'm scared of shots!
You're not getting the shots!
Looks good!
You look like a real doctor.
I couldn't stand to see you act that way anymore,
so I decided to run away from you.
Idiot!
Idiot!
Oh, my goodness!
One sacrificed his own life and was betrayed by the man to whom he entrusted his dream.
The other could not stand up to the pressure of being forced into a life of medicine.
If they could care more about each other and talk about their true feelings,
I think this could have been avoided.
The president seems to have been thinking about this the whole time.
That's why he made his son...
For a while, I had no idea where you were.
I cursed your worthlessness
and kept this modest family business, feeling ashamed for dad.
It was many years after that...
"The Secret of Rapid Growth. Interview with Yokoyama Eizo."
I was quite shocked.
You'd become the president of a large company.
On top of that, it was some IT-whatever thing that was endangering my business.
Soon after that, you came to visit me and shamelessly asked me...
Brother, let's work together from now on.
You hadn't done enough by betraying me,
so you tried to take over my business.
Brother, I didn't mean it that way...
I'll refuse no matter how many times you ask!
I'll protect dad's factory even if I die!
Brother, I didn't come here about that.
What?
Please have an operation.
Enough nonsense!
I don't want to hear that from you!
How dare you say that after betraying me?
I just heard that you'd fallen ill, so...
So what?
What can you do when you're not a doctor?
So...
You brought a doctor who can treat me?
I refuse.
I'll never see a doctor you found.
Is that all you've got to say?
Then leave this place right now.
It's true that I couldn't become a doctor,
but I made my son become a doctor.
What?
I wanted to help you out somehow, so I sent my son, Eiji, to study abroad in America.
And he just returned!
He's become a great doctor.
He's your nephew.
Please let him see you!
You made your son become a doctor?
Yes! I think he can treat you.
So, Brother...!
I'm sure your son turned out to be a quack.
Do whatever you want.
Brother!
Dear.
Doctor, everything worked out.
So please...
I can't do it right now.
I must take care of my own business too.
B-But...
I also need to practice pretending to be your son.
Well...
In a week.
I need at least a week.
What are you talking about?
His condition is time-critical!
Then try someone else.
I don't care either way.
All right.
All right.
You're sure about this?
Where is he?
I see.
Thank you.
Pinoko, we're going out.
Okay!
Aye-aye!
Is this where he'll treat me?
It is, Brother.
And this is my...
Is that Dr. Black Jack or something?
How dare you try to trick me!
Did you really think you could trick me?
Sorry, but I looked into this a little.
It's true that you have a son studying in America,
but he's still wet behind the ears and can't possibly treat cancer.
B-Brother...
So you asked him to be your son, huh?
I didn't have any other choice!
If I didn't do this, you wouldn't...
I'll have nothing to do with your fake son!
But I want to save you!
But you said you'd let your son operate on me!
Your real son!
That's right.
I am not Mr. Eizo's son.
But, Mr. Eiichi, you clearly stated
that you would let his real son operate on you.
So what if I said that?
Then the situation is simple.
Let's have his son operate on you.
E-Eiji, why...
Are you Eizo's...
I'm sorry to have kept this secret from you, Dad.
I returned yesterday.
I heard the whole story from your administrative assistant,
so I flew to America on my own.
Eiji had difficulty making up his mind.
Dr. Black Jack told me that he would support me 100%, so I decided to do this.
Eiji!
Dad, let me make this clear:
I became a doctor of my own free will.
Eiji...
Don't worry. I guarantee that I'll save uncle.
So, Dad, you don't need to worry about your past.
Brothers are so wonderful.
Do you still have a problem?
Eiji better be the primary-physician, with you acting only as his assistant.
Is that clear?
We know.
Take the patient to the operating room.
Aye-aye!
Hang on.
Eizo.
Yes, Brother?
I have a favor to ask.
Would you go visit dad's grave with me once I get better?
It's a promise.
Yeah.
I want to capture your heart with my silly smile.
Only look straight at me.
Being kind isn't good enough.
I want to get in touch with your true heart,
deep within the you that nobody else sees.
Being in the gentle sunlight,
I wish on the clover that plays the melody of dreams,
and I search for a ray of hope beyond the blue skies,
because I want to stay by your side forever.
The promise we made long ago in a far away place...
is finally coming to a realization, overcoming the incredible distance,
just as it was led by the light.
That should do it.
You must be a surgeon.
You like cutting people, huh?
He approached me, took my hand, and...
Surgery is the wrong way.
I forbid you to get involved with my patients.
But it's helping ill people get better.
What's wrong with that?
I'm an acupuncturist, Biwamaru.
Biwamaru!
Next Karte - The Blind Doctor of Rumor.
I wish on the...
Are you okay, Pinoko?