Movie: Mohawk [1956] Movie: Mohawk [1956]

Movie: Mohawk [1956] Movie: Mohawk [1956]

Captain Langley:
Sergeant!



Sergeant:
Yes, sir?



Captain Langley:
Have them drive that wagon in back of the arsenal. Keep a guard posted on it until it is unloaded.



Sergeant:
Yes, sir!



Butler:
Something precious?



Captain Langley:
Muskets and powder.


[observes Cynthia's arrival with her Aunt Agatha]



Captain Langley:
But there's something really precious!



Butler:
She appears to be already well-guarded.



Captain Langley:
The chaperone may need relief.

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Aunt Agatha:
What are they?



Wagon driver:
Iroquois.



Aunt Agatha:
Are they friendly?



Wagon driver:
I don't call a poisonous snake my friend on account of he don't bite me.

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Cynthia Stanhope:
How do I look, Aunt Agatha?



Aunt Agatha:
Like a very proper lady going to tea.



Wagon driver:
Ha!



Cynthia Stanhope:
Evidently you don't approve.



Wagon driver:
When a woman puts on her war paint, she's more dangerous than any Mohawk.



Aunt Agatha:
It's just that we like our scalps with something under them.

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[first lines]



Cynthia Stanhope:
[points to Indians in the nearby woods] Auntie!



Aunt Agatha:
Why, aren't they handsome!



Cynthia Stanhope:
Aunt Agatha!



Aunt Agatha:
At my age, a lady no longer has to hide her admiration for handsome men.

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