The Painted Stallion (1937)
Zamorro: Get your men under cover and don't fire until I give you the signal.
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.
Clark Stuart: What's your name, son?
Christopher 'Kit' Carson: Christopher, sir.
Clark Stuart: Christopher, eh? That's too long a name. We'll change that to... Kit. Why did you run away?
Christopher 'Kit' Carson: I just had to come West to be a scout, sir. I just hadda!
Clark Stuart: I see. What's your last name, Kit?
Christopher 'Kit' Carson: Carson, sir.
Clark Stuart: Kit Carson, eh?
Christopher 'Kit' Carson: Isn't that what they call a Bowie knife?
Jim Bowie: Yup.
Christopher 'Kit' Carson: Where'd you get it?
Jim Bowie: Well... I made it.
Christopher 'Kit' Carson: Then you're Jim Bowie?
Jim Bowie: I reckon.
Clark Stuart: Congratulations!
Walter Jamison: It was entirely due to your help... and the rider of the Painted Stallion.
Clark Stuart: Whoever she may be.
Governor [Chs. 7-12]: There's a story among the Commanche of a baby girl - the sole survivor of a massacred settlement.
Walter Jamison: She was raised by Comanches?
Governor [Chs. 7-12]: Yes, and because of her golden hair, they worship her as a goddess. The goddess of peace - and she grew up with but one thought in mind... to preserve peace and prevent bloodshed