Dances with Wolves


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SHOUTING

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< Get over here now!

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Oh!

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(EXHALES)

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< Come here, move it!

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(GASPS)

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(GROANS)

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(FLIES BUZZING)

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(WHIMPERS)

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Oh!

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Glass.

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-That Tucker's men?

-< Yes, sir, I think it is.

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< How long has it been like this?

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< We found them this morning, sir. They've been here two days.

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That you, Lieutenant? >

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GUNSHOTS

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Sons of bitches.

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Hey, come on.

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-You better take cover.

-GUNSHOT

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I ain't kiddin', these boys are shooters. Come on, go under cover.

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Go on, put him back up there! > Put him back up there!

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You went to hospital?

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It was no good.

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What's goin' on here?

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What's goin' on here? Seems to be the question all right.

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See, you could ask the Major.

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But he don't know. He's busy.

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He's tryin' to figure out how the officers' mess ran out of peach ice cream.

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Then you got the General.

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He come up to see the show. All he knows is there ain't no show.

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Now the Major, he's looking at the General.

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He's thinking, "I better do something."

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You know what that means? I don't wanna be first across this field.

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They're supposed to be beat up just like us.

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Tucker's men are tough as cobs.

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So far the only thing killed out here is three milkin' cows. >

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Course, that's about to change. >

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HE MUTTERS

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Some of the boys are sayin' if we ain't gonna fight...

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could settle this whole business with a little high-stakes poker.

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Wouldn't that be a sight?

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Bunch of fellas sittin' in the middle of this field...

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drawing cards, huh?

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What is it, sir?

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Looks like a suicide.

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Tucker!

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GUNSHOT

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What's he doing?

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GUNSHOT

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-GUNSHOTS

-Shoot him?

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SHOUTING

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-What'd you say to him?

-I didn't say nothin'.

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SHOUTING, CHEERING You shot him, Lieutenant!

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Come on back, you son of a bitch!

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Come on back! Come on back! You won't make it no second time!

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All right by me.

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Forgive me, Father.

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SHOUTING, CHEERING

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-Ray!

-I got him.

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GUNSHOT

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BUGLE

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Don't...

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Don't... Don't take off my foot.

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You rest easy, son, you'll keep your foot.

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As God is my judge, you'll keep it.

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-Bring up my ambulance.

-Sir?

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Bring up my ambulance and bring my surgeon with it!

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We got an officer who's worth something lying here.

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'The strangeness of this life cannot be measured.

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'In trying to produce my death, I was elevated to a living hero.

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'I was also awarded Cisco, the trusty mount

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'that carried me across the field that day.

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'And on full recovery, was given transfer to any station I desired.

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'The bloody slaughter continues in the East as I arrive at Fort Hayes,

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'a tiny island of men and material

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'surrounded by a never-ending sea of prairie.'

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-Lieutenant.

-Lieutenant.

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Lieutenant John J Dunbar.

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Lieutenant John J Dunbar?

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-Yes, sir.

-"Yes, sir."

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Indian-fighter, huh?

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Excuse me?

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You're to be posted on the frontier, Indian country.

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I deduce you're an Indian-fighter. I did not ascend to this position by being stupid.

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No, sir.

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"No, sir."

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It says here... that you've been decorated.

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Yes, sir. >

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And they sent you here to be posted?

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Actually, I'm here at my own request.

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-Really? Why?

-I've always wanted to see the frontier.

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You want to see the frontier?

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Yes, sir. Before it's gone.

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Such a smart lad coming straight to me.

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< Sir...

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< ..Knight.

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I am sending you on a knight's errand.

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You will report to Captain Cargill

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at the furthermost outpost of the realm - Fort Sedgwick.

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My personal seal will assure your safety through many miles of wild and hostile country.

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-I was wondering...

-Yes?

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How will I get there?

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-You think I don't know?

-No, sir.

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-No, sir, it's just that

-I

-don't...

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Hold your tongue! I happen to be in a generous mood.

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See that peasant out there?

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Timmons. He's going to your Fort Sedgwick this afternoon.

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You can ride with him. He knows the way.

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Thank you, that is all.

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TAPPING ON WINDOW

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To your journey!

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To my journey!

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Haw!

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Gee-up a little bit, Jim.

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Gee-up a little bit, Jim.

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The King is dead.

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Long live the King.

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GUNSHOT

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Haw a little bit, Jim and Jake!

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Haw a little bit, Jim! Haw a little bit!

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Gee a little bit, Jim! Gee!

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Gee a little bit! Gee over a little bit!

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What you got there?

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(CHUCKLES)

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Somebody back East is sayin', "Why don't he write?"

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(CHUCKLES, MUMBLES)

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Easy now. Easy now. >

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What the hell was that?

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What is that?

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(SCRAMBLES ABOUT) >

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What is that? (CHUCKLES)

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(COUGHS)

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(CLEARS THROAT, SPITS) >

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(BREAKS WIND)

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(CHUCKLES)

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Why don't you put that in your book?

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(LAUGHS)

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'Were it not for my companion, I would be having the time of my life.

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'He means well but is possibly the foulest man I have ever met.'

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(SNORES)

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Get up, Timmons.

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Timmons.

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Get up.

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Get up.

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Come on, get up.

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Ow!

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Somethin' poked me in my butt. Was that you?

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< Goddamn it!

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< Damn it! Gonna have a welt.

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How come we haven't seen any buffalo?

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You can't figure the buffalo. Sometime you won't see any for days.

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Other times they'll be thick, like curls on a whore!

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Ho! >

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What about Indians?

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Indians? Goddamn Indians!

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You just as soon not see 'em less than the bastards are dead! Nothin' but thieves and beggars.

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Ho, up there! >

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Not what you'd call much of a goin' concern, now, is it? (CHUCKLES)

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Go down there.

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-Why? There ain't nothin' down there.

-Because I said.

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Go down there.

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Haw! Haw!

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There ain't nothin' here, Lieutenant.

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Hey!

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< There ain't nothin' here, Lieutenant.

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Lieutenant!

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Everybody's run off or got killed.

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All right. Let's unload the wagon.

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What?! What, and leave it all here?

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I'm staying, too.

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There ain't nothin' here, Lieutenant.

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No, not at the moment.

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We don't know what's happened.

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So, so, I...

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Things bein' as they are, we might as well turn around and head back.

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This is my post.

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< "This is my post"?

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This is my post.

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"My post"? Jesus H Christ, boy.

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What, are you crazy, boy? Lieutenant?

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This is my post.

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-All right, put it down!

-These are the post's provisions.

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Now get your ass off the wagon and help me unload.

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We're just havin' a conversation, now put it down!

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I'll let 'em know where you are.

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Good.

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Good luck, Lieutenant.

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Thank you.

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Jake and Jim!

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Good mule! Good, Jim!

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Come on! Hard up there, now!

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Haw! Haw! >

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Haw, Jim! Haw, Jake! >

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Good boy.

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Come on, now! Get on up, there!

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Haw, now! Good mule!

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Good mule, good girl.

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Haw on up, now.

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'Have arrived to find Fort Sedgwick deserted.

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'Am waiting for garrison's return or word from HQ.

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'The post is in poor condition.

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'I have assigned myself clean-up duty beginning tomorrow.

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'Supplies are abundant, the country is everything I dreamed it would be.

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'There can be no place like this on Earth.'

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BIRDSONG

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(SNORES SOFTLY)

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FOOTSTEPS

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SHUFFLING

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SHUFFLING

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Bad horse. Bad horse.

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Come on, Cisco, one more time.

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Giddup, Cisco.

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Giddup.

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Giddup. There you are.

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(HUMS)

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(INHALES AND EXHALES)

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(SCREAMS)

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(SCREAMS)

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(GASPS)

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(GROANS)

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(GROANS)

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(GROANS)

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Don't...hurt my mules.

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(SCREAMS) >

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WHOOPING

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'Men had been living in these caves. But why? Were they frightened?

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'Had there been a revolt?

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'I can make no sense of the clues left me here.

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'Perhaps my relief will provide the answers.

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'It's been almost 30 days.

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'Still no sign of Captain Cargill's command.

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'Communication can only take place if I leave.

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'And I don't want to abandon my post.

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'I have decided to ration my goods

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'as if I were part of a post rather than the whole affair.

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'There is a wolf who seems intent on the goings-on here.

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'He does not seem inclined to be a nuisance, and aside from Cisco,

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'has been my only company.

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'He has appeared two afternoons.

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'He has milky white socks on both feet.

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'If he comes calling tomorrow, I will name him Two Socks.'

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(HUMS)

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# How can I marry

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# A pretty little girl When I got no cloak to put on?

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# Oh, soldier, oh, soldier Won't you marry me

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# Before the fight comes home?

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# How can I marry a pretty little girl

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# When I got no shoes to put on?

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# How can I marry a pretty little girl

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# When I got no hat to put on?

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# Oh, soldier, oh, soldier, won't you marry me

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# Before the fight comes home?

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# How can I marry an ugly little girl

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# When I got a pretty wife back home? #

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(CAJOLES IN LAKOTA)

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You there!

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Hey!

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SHOVELLING

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'Have made first contact with a wild Indian.

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'One came to the fort and tried to steal my horse.

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'When I appeared he became frightened and ran off.

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'Do not know how many are in the vicinity but where there is one, there is sure to be another.

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'Will bury excess ordnance lest it fall into enemy hands.

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'My afternoon rides have been pared down to short patrols, keeping the fort in sight.

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'I am still alone, however, and unless troops arrive soon all may be lost.

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'It's been two days and nothing.

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'My presence must've been reported.

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'Have made all preparations I can.

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'Cannot mount a good defence alone, but will try to make a big impression when they come. Waiting.

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'Postscript. The man I encountered was a magnificent-looking fellow.'

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(SNORES)

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NEIGHING, VOICES OUTSIDE

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Yes, sir, I have. No, sir.

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WHOOPING

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(GROANS)

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Oh, God.

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NEIGHS SOFTLY

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WHOOPING

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(SCREAMS)

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(SCREAMS)

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NEIGHS

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NEIGHS

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(SCREAMS)

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'I realise I was wrong. All this time I've been waiting.

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'For what? For someone to find me? For Indians to take my horse?

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'To see a buffalo?

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'Since I arrived here, I have been walking on eggs. I am sick of it.

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'Tomorrow morning, I will ride to the Indians.

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'I do not know the outcome or wisdom of this thinking,

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'but I have become a target, I am through waiting.'

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What are you lookin' at?

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SINGING IN DISTANCE

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(SINGS IN LAKOTA)

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(CLEARS THROAT)

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No, wait!

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Wait.

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Wait, wait, wait.

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You need help, you're hurt.

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(SHRIEKS)

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Let me... Let me help you.

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Can I help you? (SCREAMS)

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Don't!

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(SCREAMS)

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LAUGHTER

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Wasicu! Wasicu!

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Wasicu! Wasicu!

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Wasicu!

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Wasicu! Wasicu! >

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Wasicu! Wasicu! >

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Wasicu! >

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She's hurt.

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She's hurt.

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No, she's hurt.

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WHOOPING

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Welcome.

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Welcome.

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Hi!

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Come.

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Please, sit down.

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Sit down.

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Wait. Just a... Just a minute.

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(SNORTS)

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(SNORTS)

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Tatanka.

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Tatanka.

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Tanka?

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Tatanka?

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Tanka?

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Ta...tanka.

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-Tatanka.

-Tatanka. >

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Tatanka. Buffalo.

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Tatanka.

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< Buffalo.

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Buff...

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Buff... Buff...

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Buff...?

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< Buffalo. Tatanka.

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'The fierce one, as I call him, is a tough fellow.

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'I hope I never have to fight him.

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'From what I know, he seems honest and very direct.

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'I like the quiet one. He's been patient and inquisitive.

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'He's eager to communicate.

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'He must be a man of some weight among his people.

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Buffalo.

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SCRAPING

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'I made an even greater impression on their next visit.

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'I produced a coffee grinder, something they hadn't seen before.

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Is the coffee not good?

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It's too strong, maybe. Too strong.

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Put in...

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Um... Ta...

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Taste it. >

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Sugar.

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You want some?

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You want some? >

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That's a lot.

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'It's good to have company.

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'So much goes unsaid. I feel these people, the quiet one especially, want something from me.

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'Made presents of coffee and most of the sugar.

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'It wouldn't last anyway.

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'A foundation for good relations has been laid.'

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'Christine!

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'Christine!

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'Christine!'

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-Get them chickens, Joe. The boy's growing fast.

-He sure is.

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Billy, get away from those puppies.

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Go to Daddy.

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Damn!

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Get the kids, get 'em in the house. >

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Go on!

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Christine!

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Christine, where are you? >

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Children, get in the house now! >

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Come here. (GIGGLES)

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-Who is it, Willie?

-They look like Pawnee.

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< My father and your father are talking to them.

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What do they want?

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< I don't know.

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Go on, you heard him. Get outta here!

1:01:401:01:43

(SCREAMS)

1:01:471:01:49

RUN, CHRISTINE!

1:01:541:01:57

I SAID RUN!

1:01:571:02:00

< JOHN!

1:02:011:02:04

< JOHN!

1:02:041:02:06

HORSES NEIGH IN FEAR

1:02:121:02:14

< Christine!

1:02:151:02:17

INDIANS WHOOP

1:02:191:02:22

'Mommy!

1:02:281:02:30

'Mommy!

1:02:301:02:33

'Mommy!'

1:02:331:02:35

(SNIFFS) Mmmm! Mmmm!

1:02:591:03:02

Come on, Two Socks. Bacon.

1:03:071:03:10

'Two Socks, like Cisco, is now a trusted friend.

1:03:101:03:13

'He still won't eat from my hand,

1:03:131:03:16

'but his keen eyes and ears always alert me when something is wrong.'

1:03:161:03:20

Tatanka.

1:03:401:03:41

No.

1:03:431:03:45

I haven't seen any buffalo.

1:03:451:03:47

Sorry.

1:03:471:03:49

Are... Are you hungry?

1:04:071:04:09

Are you hungry?

1:04:101:04:13

I have food, I have a lot of food.

1:04:131:04:15

'Nothing I was told of these people is correct.

1:04:381:04:41

'They are not beggars or thieves. Nor the bogeymen they are made out to be.

1:04:411:04:45

'They are polite guests and have a familiar humour I enjoy.

1:04:451:04:50

'Real communication is slow, and the quiet one is as frustrated as me.

1:04:501:04:55

'Our progress has been built on the basis of failure rather than success.

1:04:551:04:59

'I've thought to enquire about whether the woman lived or not,

1:04:591:05:04

'but it's too complicated a subject, given our limitations.

1:05:041:05:08

'It is clear there are no buffalo. It weighs heavy on their minds.

1:05:081:05:12

'Yesterday's meeting was the best yet.

1:05:121:05:15

'I've been invited to the village and I'm looking forward to going.'

1:05:151:05:19

Um...

1:07:031:07:04

H...

1:07:071:07:08

Hello.

1:07:081:07:11

You...

1:07:111:07:12

here.

1:07:121:07:14

G-g-good.

1:07:151:07:17

Thank you. I feel good.

1:07:211:07:23

(TRANSLATES INTO LAKOTA)

1:07:241:07:26

Um...

1:07:311:07:33

T...

1:07:351:07:36

The s-s-s...

1:07:361:07:38

..soldier fort. You come there...

1:07:381:07:40

Wait, wait. What is your names?

1:07:401:07:43

-Our names?

-What is his name?

1:07:451:07:49

(TRANSLATES INTO LAKOTA)

1:07:491:07:51

H-h-h-he...

1:08:001:08:02

(SIGHS) He K... Kick.

1:08:041:08:06

Kick.

1:08:061:08:08

Kick? Kick... more.

1:08:081:08:10

More Kick? More Kicking?

1:08:101:08:13

Kicking... Kicking...

1:08:131:08:14

Bird?

1:08:171:08:18

Bird. Kicking Bird.

1:08:181:08:20

Kicking Bird.

1:08:201:08:24

(SAYS NAME IN LAKOTA)

1:08:221:08:24

(REPEATS NAME IN LAKOTA)

1:08:241:08:26

What does he...? Uh... Is he Chief?

1:08:261:08:30

No. H-h-h...

1:08:301:08:32

A h-h-h...

1:08:321:08:34

(COMPLAINS) >

1:08:341:08:36

A...ho-ho-holy man.

1:08:431:08:47

Holy...man.

1:08:471:08:48

Your name?

1:08:531:08:55

I... I don't...

1:08:551:08:58

< How are you called?

1:08:581:08:59

(LAKOTA)

1:08:591:09:01

Ha.

1:09:061:09:08

Ha.

1:09:101:09:11

G-get up.

1:09:281:09:30

Stand up?

1:09:341:09:36

< S-stands.

1:09:361:09:38

Stands. Stands. Your name's Stands?

1:09:381:09:42

S-Stands...

1:09:421:09:43

-..With...

-< With? With. Stands with?

1:09:461:09:50

Fist?

1:09:541:09:56

-Yes.

-Stands With A Fist?

1:09:561:09:59

Stands With A Fist. I am John Dunbar.

1:10:021:10:07

John... John Dunbar.

1:10:071:10:09

-Dunbar.

-Dunbar. John Dunbar.

1:10:091:10:13

John Dunbar.

1:10:131:10:14

Dun...bear.

1:10:141:10:17

No, not Dunbear.

1:10:171:10:19

Dunbar. Dun...bar.

1:10:191:10:21

Dun-bar. Dunbar. Not Dunbear.

1:10:211:10:26

Dunbar. >

1:10:261:10:27

'There has been an exciting breakthrough with the Indians.

1:10:571:11:00

'A woman among them speaks English and today progress was made.

1:11:001:11:04

'But I'm reluctant to answer all their questions.

1:11:041:11:07

'Maybe my sense of duty, but something tells me not to say too much.

1:11:071:11:11

'It was good to see Fort Sedgwick -

1:11:111:11:14

'I look forward to another visit with my neighbours, but this is my home.

1:11:141:11:19

'I remain watchful for my relief and hope my negotiations will bear fruit.'

1:11:191:11:23

RATTLING, RUMBLING

1:11:301:11:34

DISTRESSED NEIGHING

1:11:451:11:47

NEIGHING

1:11:571:11:59

NEIGHING

1:12:011:12:03

STAMPEDING

1:12:081:12:10

DRUMBEAT, SINGING

1:12:481:12:51

< BUFFALO! BUFFALO!

1:13:251:13:28

CHANTING AND SINGING STOPS < I'VE SEEN BUFFALO!

1:13:281:13:31

SHOUTING, WHOOPING

1:13:321:13:34

Buffaloes. Buffaloes. Buffaloes.

1:13:581:14:01

Tatanka.

1:14:011:14:03

Tatanka?

1:14:031:14:05

Yeah.

1:14:051:14:07

Tatanka! Tatanka!

1:14:071:14:11

CHEERS AND WHOOPS

1:14:111:14:13

'Riders were sent out to pick up the trail.

1:14:471:14:50

'In the time it took to gather my things at Sedgwick, the tribe was on its way.

1:14:501:14:55

'The efficiency and speed of the people would impress any military commander.

1:14:551:15:01

'Overnight I have gone from a person of suspicion to one of genuine standing.

1:15:011:15:07

'I am greeted with open smiles and looks of appreciation. I have become a celebrity.'

1:15:071:15:12

Loo-tent-tant.

1:15:121:15:14

Loo-tent-tant.

1:15:141:15:17

'Scouts picked up the trail where I said it would be.

1:15:171:15:21

'It was easy to find. A swath of torn-up ground to the horizon.

1:15:211:15:27

'The sheer numbers it took to create this impossible image

1:15:271:15:30

'was hard to imagine.'

1:15:301:15:32

Loo-tent-tant.

1:15:511:15:52

(CALF BLEATS)

1:17:311:17:33

(BLEATING)

1:17:551:17:56

'Who would do such a thing?

1:17:561:17:58

'The field was proof that it was a people without value or soul...

1:17:581:18:03

'with no regard for Sioux rites.

1:18:031:18:06

'The wagon tracks leading away left no doubt and my heart sank as I knew

1:18:061:18:10

'it could only be white hunters.

1:18:101:18:13

'Voices that had been joyous were now as silent as the dead buffalo

1:18:131:18:17

'killed only for their tongues and the price of their hides.'

1:18:171:18:22

DRUMBEATS, SINGING

1:18:221:18:25

'As they celebrated into the night the coming hunt, it was hard to know where to be.

1:18:301:18:36

'I don't know if they understood, but I could not sleep among them.

1:18:361:18:39

'There had been no looks and no blame,

1:18:391:18:42

'only the confusion of a people not able to predict the future.'

1:18:421:18:46

NEIGHING

1:20:251:20:27

WHOOPING

1:20:521:20:55

GUNSHOT

1:22:461:22:48

GUNSHOT

1:22:531:22:55

Are you all right? Are you all right?

1:26:011:26:04

WHOOPING

1:26:101:26:13

CHEERING

1:27:171:27:20

LAUGHTER

1:27:311:27:34

YAPS

1:27:381:27:39

I can't.

1:27:481:27:50

No, I'm... I'm full.

1:27:501:27:53

I'm full and I can't tell the story any more.

1:27:531:27:56

No.

1:27:571:27:59

Do you want to try it?

1:28:051:28:08

Do you want to try it?

1:28:081:28:09

Here.

1:28:131:28:14

I can't. This is too much.

1:28:421:28:45

Here.

1:28:451:28:46

Good trade.

1:28:511:28:53

This is... This is a good trade.

1:28:561:28:59

No, no, I can't, I'm full, I'm tired.

1:29:031:29:06

No!

1:29:061:29:07

(SPEAKS LAKOTA)

1:29:071:29:09

Wa zhi.

1:29:091:29:10

Wa zhi? Wa zhi.

1:29:101:29:13

CHILDREN SHOUT

1:29:161:29:18

-No, no, no. CHILDREN:

-Loo-tent-tant!

-Ah!

1:29:181:29:21

Tatanka. Big tatanka.

1:29:261:29:29

-Big

-tatanka!

1:29:291:29:30

LAUGHTER

1:29:301:29:32

I went... Psshhh!

1:29:381:29:42

LAUGHTER

1:29:421:29:44

That's my hat.

1:29:581:30:00

< Hey!

1:30:001:30:02

LAUGHTER Hey!

1:30:021:30:06

You're wearing my hat.

1:30:101:30:11

It's my hat.

1:30:151:30:16

No. No, you...

1:30:211:30:23

My hat.

1:30:241:30:26

LAUGHTER STOPS

1:30:301:30:32

Washte.

1:31:331:31:34

Washte.

1:31:391:31:40

Good...trade?

1:31:451:31:47

LAUGHTER RESUMES

1:31:551:31:57

SOFT MOANING

1:32:021:32:04

'It seems every day ends with a miracle here.'

1:33:541:33:57

'And whatever God may be, I thank God for this day.'

1:33:571:34:01

'To stay longer was useless. We had all the meat we could carry.'

1:34:011:34:06

'We had hunted for three days, losing six ponies,

1:34:061:34:09

'and only three men injured.

1:34:091:34:12

'I'd never known a people so eager to laugh, so devoted to family,

1:34:121:34:16

'so dedicated to each other. The only word that came to mind was harmony.'

1:34:161:34:20

'Many times I've felt alone, but until this afternoon

1:34:291:34:34

'I'd never felt completely lonely.'

1:34:341:34:36

DRUMBEATS, WHOOPS

1:34:391:34:41

'Though only two days, it seems like a week...

1:35:461:35:48

'..and I miss my new friends.'

1:35:481:35:50

'I can see all their faces, but it is not enough.'

1:35:501:35:54

'Tomorrow I will go unannounced.'

1:35:541:35:56

'They are my neighbours. What can it hurt?'

1:35:561:35:59

Hey!

1:36:121:36:14

God! Go home!

1:36:141:36:16

Go!

1:36:221:36:23

Go home, Two Socks.

1:36:231:36:25

Bad wolf. Bad wolf.

1:36:251:36:27

(SHOUTS)

1:36:291:36:31

'It is autumn now and I am spending more time than ever with my friends.

1:37:061:37:10

'They have given me my own lodge. I feel comfortable there.

1:37:101:37:13

'We talk every day but I know Kicking Bird is frustrated with me.

1:37:131:37:17

'He wants to know how many more white people are coming.

1:37:171:37:20

'I tell him they'll most likely pass through this country and nothing more

1:37:201:37:26

'but I speak half-truths.

1:37:261:37:28

'One day there will be too many but I cannot bring myself to tell them.

1:37:281:37:32

'I'm sure Stands With A Fist knows I am holding back,

1:37:321:37:35

'but to her credit she says nothing.'

1:37:351:37:38

GIGGLING

1:37:511:37:52

'A war party is going against the Pawnee soon and I have asked to go.

1:38:061:38:09

'I sense I made a mistake doing so

1:38:091:38:12

'but I could not bring myself to take it back.

1:38:121:38:14

'They are my friends, and the Pawnee have been very hard on them.

1:38:141:38:19

'I hope I have not overstepped my bounds.'

1:38:191:38:22

Come in, please.

1:38:261:38:27

Sit down?

1:38:301:38:32

Kicking Bird wants to know why you want to make war on the Pawnee.

1:38:351:38:41

They have done nothing to you. >

1:38:411:38:44

They are Sioux enemies.

1:38:441:38:47

(SPEAKS LAKOTA)

1:38:471:38:50

(SPEAKS LAKOTA)

1:38:501:38:54

Only... Sioux warriors to go.

1:38:541:38:57

Tell him I have been a warrior longer than many of the young men who go.

1:38:571:39:02

Tell him.

1:39:021:39:04

(EXPLAINS IN LAKOTA)

1:39:041:39:08

(SPEAKS LAKOTA)

1:39:111:39:13

He say that the S-Sioux way of being a warrior is not the white way.

1:39:181:39:23

You are not ready.

1:39:231:39:25

I know. I understand, but tell him I cannot learn these ways in camp.

1:39:251:39:30

(SPEAKS LAKOTA)

1:39:301:39:32

He also ask that you... watch over his family

1:39:371:39:42

while he is gone. >

1:39:421:39:44

This thing he ask is a great honour for you.

1:39:441:39:48

Tell him that I... would be happy to watch over his family.

1:39:511:39:55

(TRANSLATES INTO LAKOTA)

1:39:551:39:58

(SPEAKS LAKOTA)

1:39:581:40:01

He thanks Dances With Wolves for coming.

1:40:011:40:04

Who is Dances With Wolves?

1:40:051:40:08

It is the name...which all the people are calling you now.

1:40:081:40:14

Dances With...

1:40:141:40:16

That's right!

1:40:171:40:19

That day.

1:40:191:40:21

< Dances With Wolves.

1:40:211:40:24

How do you say it?

1:40:241:40:26

(SAYS NAME IN LAKOTA)

1:40:261:40:29

Sugmanitutanka...

1:40:291:40:32

Ob Waci.

1:40:341:40:36

Washte.

1:40:361:40:37

Washte.

1:40:371:40:39

(Sugmanitutanka...)

1:40:421:40:44

Oh, I... I cut this off.

1:41:471:41:49

-Oh.

-I shaved it off. Go on.

1:41:491:41:52

Uh, grass grows on the prairie.

1:41:521:41:55

Grass grows on the prairie. Peta ki oblaye el ti.

1:41:551:41:59

Wrong. You said "Fire lives on the prairie."

1:41:591:42:03

I did?

1:42:031:42:05

No, no laughing now.

1:42:051:42:06

How did you get your name?

1:42:181:42:19

I was not very old

1:42:241:42:28

when I came to be with our people.

1:42:281:42:31

And I was made to work.

1:42:311:42:33

I worked every day very hard.

1:42:331:42:36

And there was a wo... one woman

1:42:381:42:41

who didn't like me much.

1:42:411:42:45

And she used to call me bad names...

1:42:451:42:47

..and sometimes she...

1:42:471:42:49

..amape... um... beat me?

1:42:491:42:54

Uh, one day she was...

1:42:561:43:00

..calling me these bad names...

1:43:001:43:03

..with her face in my face and...

1:43:031:43:06

..I hit her.

1:43:061:43:08

I was not very big but she fell down.

1:43:091:43:13

She fell hard and didn't move.

1:43:131:43:15

And I stood over her with m-my fist...

1:43:151:43:20

and I asked if there was any other woman

1:43:201:43:24

who wanted to call me bad names.

1:43:241:43:26

No-one bothered me after that day.

1:43:281:43:30

(CHUCKLES)

1:43:321:43:33

No, I... I wouldn't think so.

1:43:331:43:35

Show me.

1:43:411:43:43

Show me where you hit her.

1:43:431:43:45

(LAUGHS)

1:43:541:43:55

Why are you not married?

1:44:121:44:14

-I'm sorry.

-I have to go.

1:44:181:44:20

I'm sorry.

1:44:231:44:24

-Can I help you?

-No.

1:44:261:44:28

I don't und...

1:45:101:45:12

Washte yelo.

1:46:051:46:07

COCKS GUN

1:48:461:48:48

I bet you were thinking "Now, why don't he write?"

1:48:561:49:00

Hello, Two Socks.

1:49:001:49:02

Come on.

1:49:291:49:31

Come on.

1:49:311:49:33

Why don't you? Come on, you can do this.

1:49:341:49:38

You can do this.

1:49:381:49:39

Come on.

1:49:441:49:45

Easy. This is easy.

1:49:561:49:59

This is easy, Two Socks.

1:49:591:50:00

I am in mourning.

1:50:561:50:58

No-one can know.

1:51:071:51:08

Yes.

1:51:081:51:10

We must be careful.

1:51:101:51:12

SHE GASPS

1:51:121:51:14

-We must be careful.

-OK.

1:51:141:51:17

Wait, wait, wait.

1:52:021:52:04

What?

1:53:091:53:10

Trouble.

1:53:101:53:12

SHOUTING, NEIGHING

1:53:121:53:15

ALL TALK ANIMATEDLY IN LAKOTA

1:53:271:53:29

The Pawnee are coming, a big party of 40 or 50 men.

1:53:341:53:38

Cheyenne hunters found them not far north.

1:53:381:53:40

I will go.

1:53:491:53:51

(ENGLISH) I have guns.

1:53:541:53:56

-At the fort?

-Yes.

1:54:001:54:02

SHE EXPLAINS IN LAKOTA

1:54:021:54:03

HE SHOUTS

1:55:021:55:04

Come here.

1:55:081:55:10

DOG YELPS

1:56:201:56:22

NEIGHING

1:56:501:56:52

WHOOPING, SHOUTING

1:57:281:57:31

Shoot the gun!

1:57:331:57:34

GUNSHOT

1:57:541:57:56

SCREAMING

1:58:211:58:24

SHE SCREAMS

1:58:291:58:30

WHOOPING

1:58:491:58:53

HE GASPS

1:58:571:58:59

HE SCREAMS

1:59:241:59:25

WHOOPING

2:00:072:00:10

WHOOPING

2:00:172:00:21

HE YELLS

2:00:242:00:26

WHOOPING AND YELLING

2:00:362:00:39

HE YELLS

2:00:532:00:55

GUNSHOTS

2:00:552:00:58

WHOOPING

2:00:582:01:01

'It was hard to know how to feel. I'd never been in a battle like this.

2:01:132:01:18

'There was no dark political objective.

2:01:182:01:21

'This was not a fight for territory or riches or to make men free.

2:01:212:01:25

'It was fought to preserve the food stores to see us through winter,

2:01:252:01:29

'to protect the lives of women and children and loved ones feet away.'

2:01:292:01:33

'Stone Calf was a great loss,

2:01:332:01:35

'but even the old men could not remember such a one-sided victory,

2:01:352:01:39

'and I began to look at it in a new way.

2:01:392:01:42

'I felt a pride I'd never felt before.

2:01:422:01:44

'I'd never known who John Dunbar was.

2:01:442:01:48

'Perhaps the name itself had no meaning,

2:01:482:01:50

'but as I heard my Sioux name being called over and over,

2:01:502:01:54

'I knew for the first time who I really was.'

2:01:542:01:57

CONVERSATION IN LAKOTA

2:02:232:02:26

SINGING, CHANTING

2:02:282:02:30

GUNSHOT

2:02:302:02:31

WHOOPING

2:02:402:02:43

GUNSHOT

2:02:432:02:45

GUNSHOT

2:02:462:02:49

GUNSHOT

2:02:492:02:51

GUNSHOT

2:03:002:03:03

LAUGHTER, CHATTER IN LAKOTA

2:03:052:03:07

WOMAN SPEAKS IN LAKOTA

2:03:072:03:09

LAUGHTER

2:03:182:03:21

CHANTING, DRUMMING CONTINUES OUTSIDE

2:03:252:03:28

CHANTING, SINGING

2:07:042:07:09

And for me.

2:07:252:07:27

'I had never been married before.'

2:07:462:07:50

'Maybe all grooms feel the same, but as Kicking Bird began to speak

2:07:502:07:54

'about what was expected of a Sioux husband,

2:07:542:07:57

'my mind swam in a way that shut out everything but her -

2:07:572:08:01

'the tiny details of her costume, the contours of her shape,

2:08:012:08:05

'the light in her eyes,

2:08:052:08:07

'the smallness of her feet.'

2:08:072:08:09

'I knew that the love between us would be served.'

2:08:092:08:13

KICKING BIRD SPEAKS LAKOTA

2:08:132:08:16

Yes.

2:08:232:08:25

Oh, good.

2:08:342:08:36

Goodbye.

2:08:452:08:47

Goodbye.

2:08:512:08:53

WHOOPING, SHOUTING

2:08:562:08:58

CHANTING, DRUMMING

2:08:582:09:02

HE CHUCKLES

2:10:252:10:27

-IN ENGLISH:

-How many?

2:10:582:11:00

Like the stars.

2:11:022:11:04

Wichampi.

2:11:092:11:11

Wichampi.

2:11:112:11:13

HE SIGHS

2:11:522:11:54

HE SIGHS

2:12:162:12:18

SHE HUMS

2:13:002:13:03

You have everything from the soldiers' fort?

2:13:032:13:06

Yes. There's nothing for me there.

2:13:062:13:08

That's good.

2:13:092:13:11

The journal.

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Stands With, wait!

2:13:282:13:30

It is important! The words are like a trail for people to follow.

2:13:302:13:33

It tells everything about my life here. I must get it.

2:13:332:13:37

I'll catch up. I'll catch up.

2:13:522:13:55

GALLOPING

2:13:552:13:58

NEIGHS

2:14:232:14:26

Injuns!

2:14:332:14:35

Get him! Indian!

2:14:352:14:39

NEIGHS

2:14:392:14:41

-Fire!

-No!

2:14:412:14:44

Stay. Stay down. Stay.

2:15:042:15:07

-He ain't hit.

-Oh, God.

2:15:072:15:11

Hey, boy.

2:15:112:15:13

NEIGHS

2:15:132:15:15

It's OK.

2:15:152:15:18

Oh!

2:15:192:15:21

Spivey.

2:16:212:16:24

-Spivey!

-Yeah, Sergeant?

2:16:242:16:27

Tell the Major he's waking up.

2:16:272:16:29

Move your worthless ass.

2:16:302:16:32

BUGLE PLAYS

2:16:342:16:36

You got yourself a hell of a shiner.

2:16:432:16:46

Didn't you?

2:16:462:16:48

Major's comin' through.

2:16:482:16:50

Well, does he speak English?

2:16:572:17:01

I don't know, sir.

2:17:012:17:03

You speak English?

2:17:042:17:07

You talk English?

2:17:082:17:10

-HE KICKS HIM

-Talk!

2:17:102:17:12

I speak English.

2:17:122:17:14

Who are you?

2:17:182:17:20

Lieutenant John J Dunbar. This is my post.

2:17:222:17:26

Why are you dressed like this?

2:17:262:17:28

I came out from Fort Hayes last April but there was nobody here.

2:17:302:17:34

Do you have proof of that?

2:17:342:17:36

My journal's on the bunk in my quarters.

2:17:382:17:41

My orders are in the journal. It'll tell you everything.

2:17:412:17:44

Spivey, you and Edwards were first here. Did you find a journal?

2:17:442:17:50

Nah, we didn't find nothin', sir.

2:17:502:17:53

-Where's Edwards?

-He's outside.

2:17:532:17:56

Hey, he didn't find nothin', either!

2:18:012:18:03

HE LAUGHS

2:18:112:18:14

You turned Injun, didn't ya?

2:18:182:18:21

Didn't ya?

2:18:212:18:23

Don't look white to me.

2:18:232:18:26

Said he's a soldier.

2:18:262:18:27

-Soldier? He's an officer.

-Officer? Do you salute or shoot him?

2:18:272:18:30

LAUGHTER

2:18:302:18:33

You, eyes front!

2:18:392:18:42

CAWING

2:18:442:18:47

I said, eyes FRONT!

2:18:472:18:49

Don't shoot him! Hit him!

2:18:512:18:53

-Get him!

-Get off! Get off!

2:18:532:18:57

Why are you out of uniform?

2:19:342:19:36

What's the army doing out here?

2:19:392:19:42

-Lieutenant's askin' the questions.

-Bauer.

2:19:422:19:45

We're charged with apprehending...

2:19:502:19:53

We're charged with apprehending hostiles

2:19:562:19:58

and recovering stolen property,

2:19:582:20:00

-retrieving white captives taken in hostile raidings.

-There are no hostiles.

2:20:002:20:04

We will ascertain that for ourselves.

2:20:042:20:06

You guide us to these camps and interpret and your conduct will be re-evaluated.

2:20:062:20:11

-What conduct?

-With all due respect...

2:20:112:20:14

Your status as a traitor might improve should you choose to cooperate with the US Army.

2:20:142:20:19

There's nothing for you to do out here.

2:20:212:20:23

Will you cooperate, or not?

2:20:272:20:29

Well, speak up!

2:20:312:20:33

What's that?

2:20:432:20:44

SPEAKS LAKOTA

2:20:442:20:46

Sergeant, form a detail and take this man down to the river.

2:21:012:21:06

-Let him clean up his face.

-Yes, sir.

2:21:062:21:08

Not you, Spivey.

2:21:102:21:12

NEIGHING, VOICES

2:21:332:21:36

Hey, Spivey.

2:21:472:21:48

Hey, Spivey, you got paper?

2:21:522:21:55

What's it to ya?

2:21:552:21:57

-Gimme some!

-Can you read?

2:21:572:21:59

No. What the hell's the difference?

2:21:592:22:01

You can't read, either. Now just give me some.

2:22:012:22:04

-Gimme some!

-All right, hold your horses.

2:22:042:22:08

HE LAUGHS

2:22:152:22:17

Come on, help me. >

2:22:502:22:52

HE CHUCKLES

2:23:352:23:38

Lap it up, Injun. Go ahead, lap it up.

2:23:412:23:44

-You...!

-Hey, it's all right.

2:23:472:23:51

It's all right.

2:23:512:23:53

He's gonna get hungrier, that's all, but maybe that don't matter.

2:23:532:24:00

Word is they're gonna ship you back to Hayes.

2:24:002:24:02

And once you get there, they're gonna hang ya.

2:24:022:24:06

HE LAUGHS

2:24:062:24:09

-Come on, forget about him. Go, get out of here.

-All right.

2:24:092:24:13

Get up in there. Gee, ho. Come on. Yah!

2:24:262:24:31

Get up in there, Toby! Toby! Yah! Get up in there!

2:24:312:24:34

-Get up, get up!

-HE WHISTLES

2:24:342:24:38

Yee-ha!

2:24:382:24:39

Hey, Spivey, what is that?

2:24:532:24:55

Looks like he's followin' us.

2:24:552:24:58

Hell, I'm gonna shoot him.

2:24:582:25:00

-GUNSHOT

-Ha, you missed him.

2:25:002:25:03

Don't shoot, goddamn it, it's my shot.

2:25:032:25:05

I seen him first.

2:25:052:25:07

Wait a minute, wait a minute, that's my shot.

2:25:072:25:09

-Shoot him!

-GUNSHOTS

2:25:092:25:11

He's standing there! Shoot him!

2:25:112:25:14

Jesus Christ!

2:25:162:25:18

-HE CHOKES

-He's killin' him!

2:25:202:25:23

Bauer!

2:25:232:25:24

GASPS FOR AIR

2:25:292:25:32

He might've killed you.

2:25:322:25:35

CHUCKLING

2:25:352:25:38

GUNSHOT

2:25:392:25:41

-I'll get you.

-GUNSHOT

2:25:412:25:45

Sit down, goddamn!

2:25:472:25:49

GUNSHOT

2:25:492:25:51

-YELPS

-That's it. I got him! I got him!

2:25:582:26:01

YELPS

2:26:032:26:04

Dead shot, boys. Come on.

2:26:042:26:06

-Get up!

-SHOUTING

2:26:092:26:11

Get up. I'm gonna kill... Get up!

2:26:132:26:16

-Spivey, that's enough! Spivey!

-Come on, get up! Come on! Get up!

2:26:162:26:19

-SPIVEY!

-What?!

2:26:192:26:20

Bash that prisoner one more time, I'll put those shackles on you.

2:26:202:26:24

-You men, get back here!

-GUNSHOTS

2:26:242:26:27

Now!

2:26:272:26:30

Goddamn it!

2:26:302:26:32

That goes for you, too, Bauer.

2:26:352:26:37

Get down here!

2:26:412:26:43

Boo!

2:27:082:27:10

It's clear behind that stand of trees.

2:27:172:27:20

-Hey!

-All right, let's go.

2:27:232:27:27

DRIVER WHISTLES

2:27:272:27:30

I don't see nobody.

2:27:482:27:50

DRIVER WHISTLES

2:27:502:27:52

Indians!

2:28:072:28:10

WHOOPS

2:28:102:28:12

God!

2:28:272:28:29

WHOOPING

2:29:142:29:18

Bauer!

2:29:232:29:25

Bauer!

2:29:282:29:29

Bauer!

2:29:342:29:36

WHOOPING

2:29:592:30:02

CLICKS

2:30:202:30:21

WHOOPING

2:30:272:30:29

HE GROANS

2:30:362:30:38

SHOUTS IN LAKOTA AND WHOOPS

2:30:562:31:00

BIRDSONG

2:31:152:31:20

MURMURING IN LAKOTA

2:34:302:34:33

SHOUTING IN LAKOTA

2:35:072:35:10

'With Ten Bears it was always more than a while.

2:36:182:36:21

'There was purpose in everything he did, and I knew he wanted me to stay.

2:36:212:36:25

'But I knew I would be an excuse

2:36:252:36:28

'and that's all the army would need to find them.

2:36:282:36:30

'I pushed him to move the camp,

2:36:302:36:32

'but he only smiled and talked of simple pleasures.

2:36:322:36:36

'He reminded me that at his age a good fire is better than anything.

2:36:362:36:40

'Ten Bears was an extraordinary man.'

2:36:402:36:43

You have nothing to say?

2:37:222:37:24

What can I tell you?

2:37:262:37:28

Whatever's on your mind.

2:37:292:37:31

You've made the decision.

2:37:372:37:40

My place is with you.

2:37:442:37:46

I go where you go.

2:37:462:37:48

You're not afraid?

2:37:512:37:54

No.

2:37:542:37:56

I told Ten Bears we'd leave when the snow breaks.

2:37:572:38:01

Did you tell everyone?

2:38:082:38:10

Not everyone.

2:38:132:38:16

ANGRY EXCLAMATION

2:38:292:38:31

You, er...finish your pipe?

2:39:242:39:28

Ah.

2:39:382:39:40

Good pipe.

2:39:402:39:42

How, er...does it smoke?

2:39:422:39:46

I've never smoked it.

2:39:482:39:51

We come far, you and me.

2:40:022:40:05

I will not forget you.

2:40:072:40:09

SHOUTING, NEIGHING

2:40:272:40:29

SUNGMANITUTONKA OB WACI!

2:41:482:41:51

SUNGMANITUTONKA OB WACI!

2:42:242:42:28

SUNGMANITUTONKA OB WACI!

2:42:342:42:38

SUNGMANITUTONKA OB WACI!

2:42:492:42:52

All right, men, over here! Now!

2:43:342:43:37

WOLF HOWLS

2:43:532:43:56

PLAINTIVE HOWL

2:43:592:44:06

Epic western about a Union soldier in the American Civil War, Lieutenant John Dunbar, who becomes a hero after an act of suicidal bravery and is allowed to choose his next assignment. He requests the frontier and is assigned to a fort built somewhere in the Midwest. Dunbar arrives there to find the place deserted and soon learns that a band of Sioux are encamped nearby. Having made contact, he quickly becomes absorbed into their way of life and begins to adopt their culture.


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