The Last of the Mohicans
Soundclips from the Movie (1992)
Starring Daniel Day-Lewis, Russell Means, Madeleine Stowe, West Studi, Jodhi May, Eric Schweig
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So what is it Jack, what brings you here? - Hawkeye
Are the people here gonna join in that fight? - Hawkeye
Where you boys headin'?
We'll trap over the fall; winter in Can-tuck-ee. - Jack Winthrop, Hawkeye
Find a Delaware speaking woman for Uncas and say, "You are the one! Bear him many children!"
Are you gonna have a boy like me?
Never, you're too strong, turn me old too fast. - Hawkeye, James, Uncas
You do what you want with your own scalp; do not be tellin' us what we ought to do with ours. - Hawkeye
Do not call myself subject to much at all. - Hawkeye
You got yourself a Colonial militia, General. - Jack Winthrop
Yes, and I didn't experience anything so surprising from Bristol to Albany as that what I witnessed here today.
What was that?
The Crown negotiating the terms of service?
I know. One has to reason with these Colonials to get them to do anything. Tiring, isn't it? But that's the lay of the land.
I thought British policy is make the world England. Sir. - Major Duncan Heyward, General Webb
Explain to the Major he has little to fear from this General Marquis de Montcalm in the first place. And therefore scant need of a Colonial militia. And the second, the French haven't the nature for war. Their Latinate voluptuousness combines with their Gallic laziness and the result is they'd rather eat and make love with their faces than fight. - General Webb
I shan't sleep tonight; what an adventure! Have you seen the red men? - Alice Munro
In case your aim's any better than your judgment. - Hawkeye
Unless all of you'd rather wait for the next Huron war party to come by. - Hawkeye
That Huron Captain back there--
The guide? He's a Mohawk.
No Mohawk; he's Huron. - Hawkeye, Heyward
How is it you were so near by?
Came across the war party...tracked them.
Then you're assigned to Fort William Henry?
Fort Edward then?
Headin' west to Can-tuck-ee.
There is a war on, how is it you are heading west?
Well we kinda face to the north, and real sudden-like, turn left. - Heyward, Hawkeye
I ain't yer scout, and sure ain't in no damn militia. ... Clear it up any? - Hawkeye
Whoever they are, though they're strangers, they are at least entitled to a Christian burial. They cannot be left behind.
Let us go, Miss.
I will not. I've seen the face of war before, sir, but I've not seen war made upon women and children. And almost as cruel is your indifference.
- Cora Munro, Hawkeye
Miss Munro, they're not strangers....and they stay as they lay. - Hawkeye
You were acting for our benefit and I apologize. I misunderstood you.
Well, that's to be expected. My father warned me--
Chingachgook. He warned me about people like you.
Oh, he did?
He said do not try to understand them.
Yes; "And do not make them try to understand you. That is because they are a breed apart and make no sense." - Cora, Hawkeye
After seven years indentured service in Virgina they headed out here 'cause the frontier's the only land available to poor people. Out here they are beholden to none, not living by another's leave. - Hawkeye
My father's people say that at the birth of the Sun, and of his brother the Moon, their Mother died. So the Sun gave to the Earth her body, from which was to spring all life. And he drew forth from her breast the stars, and the stars he threw into the night sky to remind him of her soul. So there's the Camerons' monument. My folks' too, I guess. - Hawkeye
Thought you and Nathaniel weren't joinin' up?
We didn't. Just dropped in to see how you boys is doin'. - Ian, Hawkeye
People here...Mohawks, settlers...have family out there. - Uncas
That'll be all, sir. - Colonel Munro
Those considerations are subordinate to the interests of the Crown. A terrible feature of war here in the Americas, Major Heyward. Best keep your eye fixed on our duty: to defeat France. - Col. Munro
'Bout done holdin' hands with Miss Munro? - Hawkeye
What are you looking at, sir?
I'm looking at you, miss. - Hawkeye
Chingachgook's of the same opinion about the raid. Taken together, that's gospel. Your fort will stand or fall depending on Webb's reinforcements, not the presence of the Colonials.
I judge military matters here, not you.
Your judgment is not more important than their right, under agreement with Webb, to defend their farms and families. Major Heyward was there, he was at John Cameron's, he saw what it was.
What exactly did you see, Major?
I saw nothing that would lead me to the conclusion it was other than a raid by savages bent on thievery.
You're a liar.
Major! Montcalm is a soldier and a gentleman, not a butcher.
Easy for you to suppose, it's their women and children alone on their farms, not yours.
You forget yourself, sir.
We're not forgettin' Webb's promise!
British promises are honored, and the militia will not be released, because I need more definite proof than this man's word!
Nathaniel's word's been good on this frontier a long time before you got here. - Jack, Col. Munro, Hawkeye, Heyward
Does the rule of English law no longer govern? Has it been replaced by absolutism?
If English law cannot be trusted, maybe these people would do better making their own peace with the French. - Jack, Hawkeye
Some day I think you and I are gonna have a serious disagreement. - Hawkeye
You have complimented me with your persistance and patience. But the decision I have come to is that I would rather make the gravest of mistakes than to surrender my own judgment. - Cora
I believe that they set aside their law as, and when, they wish; their law no longer has rightful authority over us. All they have over us then is tyranny, and I will not live under that yoke. So I will stay here no longer. - Jack
I got a reason to stay.
That reason wear a striped skirt and work in the surgery?
It does. No offense, but it's a better lookin' reason than you, Jack Winthrop. - Hawkeye, Jack
Duncan, do something.
He knew the penalty for his actions, he ought to pay without sending you to beg.
You know he wouldn't send me. You falsely spoke of what you saw. What happened at the farm was as Nathaniel said.
But not with enough certainty to outweigh British interest in this fort.
And who empowered these Colonials to pass judgment on England's policies in her own possessions and to come and go without so much as a by your leave?
They do not live their lives by your leave! They hack it out of the wilderness with their own two hands, bearing their children along the way.
You're defending him because you've become infatuated with him!
Duncan, you are a man with a few admirable qualities; but taken as a whole, I was wrong to have thought so highly of you.
Cora! - Cora, Heyward, Col. Munro
I would do anything I could to keep you from being hurt, but this man is guilty of sedition and subject to military justice and beyond pardon.
Justice? If that's justice, then the sooner French guns blow the English army out of America, the better it will be for the people here.
You do not know what you are saying, girl!
Yes, I do! I know exactly what I am saying, and if it is sedition, then I am guilty of sedition too. - Col. Munro, Cora
Because what I'm interested in is right here. - Hawkeye
The whole world is on fire, isn't it? - Cora
...rather than spend the war in a French prison hulk in Hudson Bay they'd fight till the end.
You've had your answer, Monsieur le Marquis. - Heyward, Col. Munro
Sir, I beg you not to sign the death warrant of so many until you have listened to what I have to say.
None of your men will see the inside of a prison barge. They are free, so long as they return to England and fight no more on this continent, and the civilian militia return to their farms.
They may leave the fortress fully armed.
Carry them to England with pride. - Montcalm, Munro
I have lived to see something which I never expected: a British officer afraid to support another.
Webb can burn in hell; and we'll go back and dig our graves behind those ramparts!
Death and honor are thought to be the same, but today I have lairned that sometimes they are not. - Col. Munro, Heyward
Magua took the hatchet to color with blood; it's still bright. Only when it's red, then will it be buried. - Magua
Monsieur, the fort is yours. - Col. Munro
Grey Hair, before you die know that I will put under the knife your children so I will wipe your seed from the Earth forever. - Magua
Got nothing better to do on the lake today, Major?
When you fall into British hands again, I'll have you hanged! - Hawkeye, Heyward
This is as far as we go. If we're lucky, they'll figured we beached our canoes and headed across land. If we're very lucky, they'll figure we went over the falls. Our only hope is that they pass us by.
And if they do?
Take the south rim down the mountain and it's twelve miles cross country to Fort Edward.
And if they don't?
You'll just have to forego the pleasure of hangin' me. - Hawkeye, Heyward
The worst happens, if only one of us survives, something of the other does too.
No! You stay alive! If they don't kill you, they'll take you north up into Huron lands. You submit, do you hear? You're strong, you survive. You stay alive, no matter what occurs, I will find you. No matter how long it takes, no matter how far. I will find you. - Cora, Hawkeye
I will find you. - Hawkeye
I come to you unarmed and in peace to unstop your ears, Sachem. Let the children of the dead Colonel Munro go free, take fire out of the English anger over the murder of their helpless ones. - Hawkeye [with Heyward translating in background]
I am Le Longue Carabine! My death is a great honor to the Hurons! Take me! [to Heyward] Did you tell him?
Yes. - Hawkeye, Heyward
[Sachem in French]
I said to take me. Take me!
My compliments sir, take her and get out!
Duncan! What are they doing to Duncan? Alice!?
Alice! - Sachem, Hawkeye, Heyward, Cora, Alice
Great Spirit and the Maker of all Life, a warrior goes to you swift and straight as an arrow shot into the sun. Welcome him, and let him take his place at the council fire of my people. He is Uncas, my son. Tell him to be patient and ask Death for speed, for they are all there but one, I, Chingachgook, the last of the Mohicans. - Chingachgook
The frontier moves with the sun and pushes the red man of these wilderness forests in front of it. Until one day there will be nowhere left. Then our race will be no more, or be not us ...
That is my father's sadness talking.
No, it is true ... The frontier place is for people like my white son and his woman and their children. One day ... there will be no more frontier. Then men like you will go, too. Like the Mohicans. And new people will come. Work. Struggle. Some will make their life ... But once, we were here. - Chingachgook, Hawkeye
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