When the Legends Die (1972)
"Killer" Tom Black Bull: Where's Meo?
Red Dillon: Dead. Yep, he just come in here one night and said he was gonna die. The next morning he was dead. So I buried the old chili-eater out back there.
Red Dillon: George, you can cheat me out of most anything - booze, happiness, women - but when it comes to money, my honor is at stake.
Young Tom Black Bull: Come with me to sing the songs for those who have forgotten.
Blue Elk: It is good for people to change but not forget.
"Killer" Tom Black Bull: When I was a boy, I lived in the mountains. Blue Elk brought me here from the lodge to tell my people of the old ways. The superintendent said you would listen to me after I learned the new ways. I've learned the new ways. I'm back.
Ute tribal chairman: We only have one rodeo a year.
"Killer" Tom Black Bull: I know that.
Ute tribal chairman: What do you have in mind?
"Killer" Tom Black Bull: I would like to be with the horses.