The Painted Stallion (1937)
LeRoy Mason: Lt. Gov. Alfredo Dupray
Lt. Gov. Alfredo Dupray : A whistling arrow...
Zamorro : A whistling arrow warned the fur traders before they got into range. After that we could do nothing.
Lt. Gov. Alfredo Dupray : Bah! It's time we put a stop to these-these interuptions.
Zamorro : All the peons and the Indians think for sure that the stallion is a ghost horse and the rider an Indian spirit.
Lt. Gov. Alfredo Dupray : No spirit ever shot an arrow like this.