Movie: The Big Sky [1952] Movie: The Big Sky [1952]

Movie: The Big Sky [1952] Movie: The Big Sky [1952]

'Frenchy' Jourdonnais:
Calloway, what do you think? Do you think they went away, huh?



Zeb Calloway:
They gone went. But the question is, will they stay gone went?

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Zeb Calloway:
Boone, this is Teal's father, Chief Red Horse. Chief Red Horse wants to see you on account he wants to know how much you're gonna pay for his daughter.



Boone Cardell:
Pay for Teal?



Zeb Calloway:
You married her, didn't ya? He gets paid.



Boone Cardell:
Well, I reckon that's the custom.



Zeb Calloway:
Well, yes and no. In this particular case, it's yes.

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Jim Deakins:
[Watching Boone play with the Indian scalp and annoyed with him for leaving Teal-Eye] Playing with that scalp again. Whatd'ya give him that fer? That were a fool thing to do.



Zeb Calloway:
Worse than that, whole story were a lie.



Jim Deakins:
What!



Zeb Calloway:
His brother weren't killed by no injun atall, fell in the river and drowned.



Jim Deakins:
Huh... He wouldn't believe that!



Zeb Calloway:
Nobody would. I just talk too much.

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Boone Cardell:
Why did she want to grab this?



Zeb Calloway:
That's a Blackfoot scalp you got, and she knows it. Ain't you ever thought of why an injun takes a scalp?



Jim Deakins:
Why?



Zeb Calloway:
To shame an enemy. The way she figures it, there's a Blackfoot brave somewhere who can't show his face to the hereafter until that thing is buried under the ground.

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Zeb Calloway:
Keep you eyes open. If you see anything, shoot. Don't bother to aim because you probably couldn't hit nothing no how.

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