Cherokee Uprising (1950)
Lois Hall: Mary Lou Harrison
[smoke signals are seen near Judge Harrison's ranch house]
Judge Harrison : The Indians are on the warpath! Now listen, Gray Eagle, I want you to get the horses together and load them with everything they can carry... what are you grinning at me like that for?
Gray Eagle : Not necessary to leave, Judge. Smoke signal, not war signal. It is message from friends.
Judge Harrison : From friends? Whose friends... not yours, I hope. Those murdering drunken Indians who kill everybody they see, why I...
Gray Eagle : Not red men, Judge... white men scouts. He of the great bullwhip; he of the hairy face!
Judge Harrison : You mean Bob Foster and Jake Jones?
Mary Lou Harrison : Really? Are you sure?
Judge Harrison : Well how'd they get here so fast?
[more smoke signals billow above the ridge]
Gray Eagle : He say, "Will arrive suppertime with much hunger!"