Movie: The Mountain Men [1980] Movie: The Mountain Men [1980]

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Henry Frapp:
[seeing that La Bont has led a group of natives right to them] Oh, balls.

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Henry Frapp:
I thought you got lost again.



Nathan Wyeth:
Haven't you ever been lost?



Henry Frapp:
Hmmm... been fearsome confused for a month or two, but I ain't never been lost!

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Bill Tyler:
I heard you got in on the money end of this miserable business.



Henry Frapp:
Yep. Packed in supplies, watered down the whiskey, jacked up the prices... and went to tradin' for beaver.



Bill Tyler:
How'd ya do?



Henry Frapp:
I lost my ass!

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