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: You agreed to take me into Watahelee country! Sheena
: Watahelee! Bob Rayburn
: Yeah, Wonder Boy here thinks he can talk them into photographing their voodoo rites.
: Watahelee believe in voodoo, too. When they want to kill somebody, they made a doll and stick pins into it or something. Sheena
: That's true. Chuck Davis
: But does it work? Bob Rayburn
: Of course it works - on anyone who believes in voodoo.
: Watahelee dangerous. Chuck Davis
: Yeah? Bob Rayburn
: Yeah! Every so often they go on a voodoo rampage, raid neighboring villages and capture and kill anyone they get their hands on. Chuck Davis
: When do they have these wingdings? Bob Rayburn
: Well, I suspect its whenever the witch doctor thinks he's slipping and wants to strengthen his position by voodoo magic.
: No one goes into Watahelee country now. Chuck Davis
: No? I'd like to see anyone stop me. Bob Rayburn
: Then turn around.
: Chuck's my responsibility. I can't let you go on. Sheena
: Two better than one against so many.
: Tell my father... Sheena
: Mantu, your father died last night. Mantu
: Then Mantu is chief now. I must go to my people. Sheena
: No, Mantu. You outlaw now.
: And they had the gall to call themselves public servants. Well, I'm afraid Garth will discover Her Majesty's government takes a very dim view of this type of hoax. Sheena
: Good for her! Bob Rayburn
: Good for who? Sheena
: Her Majesty's government.
[Chim puts a a pith helmet on the head of Sheena's prisoner
: Witch doctor crown Mantu, Mantu crown Chim and Chim crown Garth.
[Bob prevents Clay from shooting Sheena's chimpanzee
] Roger Clay
: Keep that beast away from me! Bob Rayburn
: He's Sheena's pet! He won't hurt you. Sheena
: Why you try to kill Chim? Roger Clay
: Not my idea of a pet.
: Why were they frightened of the elephant? Sheena
: Elephant with one tusk taboo.
[Sheena points at a one-tusked elephant
] Bob Rayburn
: Yes, the god of the Masai. Men must respect each others' gods.
: What frightened him? George Carver
: I don't know what hit him. Look here - it seems to have driven him into a frenzy. Sheena
: A leopard? This made by man, not leopard! George Carver
: Leopard Men? Sheena
: Catch him! Great danger!
: You killed jungle people to get mine! Mark Helfer
: Looks like I'm going to have to kill a few more.
: See! See! Even in chains, we can defeat them! Turn your minds back, oh my people. Remember yourselves- a thousand, a thousand moons ago! Bring your bows! Chief Harumba- Attack!
: I am not a foolish young girl. The Shaman taught me that brave tales do not always have happy endings. I know what guns can do. I know that you and I may not live to see another sunset. Vic Casey
: Mmmmm! Sheena
: You are an enemy! Vic Casey
: I'm what? Sheena
: The Shaman taught me- an enemy is someone who takes without asking! Vic Casey
: I'll ask then. May I? Sheena
: Yes! You will be welcome in Zukuru! The head man's locust bean cakes- they will be your locust bean cakes! His fermented buffalo milk will be your fermented buffalo milk!
[Sheena, Bob and Mr. Evans try to convince Helen to stay with them in the jungle
] Mr. Evans
: I wish you'd change your mind about leaving. We'd sure like you to stay. Sheena
: Yes! Bob
: Yeah, sure! Mr. Evans
: That makes it a-a, you know what I mean... anonymous!
[Chimp, Sheena's chimp, takes a bottle of Helen's perfume and flees the trading post
: Chimp, come back! Helen Kendall
: That's all right, Sheena, let him have it. It may make him very popular in the jungle.
: Dr. Carr was right. The Maranis do have guns. Sheena
: Guns *and* sickness. We must stop both before they fill the jungle with death.
[fearing that Bob and Sheena have them in a crossfire, the evil tribesmen flee their camp
] Bob Rayburn
: Sheena, where'd you get the gun in the truck?
[Sheena points to a jack handle
: That my gun. Bob Rayburn
: Sheena, you're the eighth wonder of the world!
: Well, Heller, you've certainly fixed this up good. Just when I was within reach of my hundred thousand dollars. Dr. Mitchell Heller
: Don't worry, we'll get that secret. There's nothing I can't buy.
[Heller brandishes his checkbook
: Maybe the Ancient One and his people not need your money.
: Sheena bring this trouble to your temple; Sheena will return your treasure to you!
: Insurance is like betting. It started out with ships full of cargo, understand? Andy Howard
: Yes! Only the cargo owners bet the ship is going to sink. Sheena
: Why? Andy Howard
: [to Bob
] Why? Bob Rayburn
: Because they didn't want it to sink. Sheena
: Why bet? Andy Howard
: Why, because if it does sink they want to be paid for the cargo. Sheena
: Who pay? Bob Rayburn
: The insurance company. Sheena
: Why? Bob Rayburn
: Why. Bob Rayburn
: [to Andy
] You take it, lad.
: Bob make roar like lion, but have good heart.