Don't Touch the White Woman! (1974)
The Mad Indian: It's your fauly, Sitting Bull. You sign peace treaties, and they wipe their asses with ourtreaties. They wipe their asses with them!
Sitting Bull: This is the soldier's fury. The wise President Nixon ignores all this, I hope.
The Mad Indian: They devastated our fields. Yes, our fields! They cut down our forests. Yes, our forests! They exterminated our game. Yes, our game! They poison us every day with their alcohol and their flour full of strychnine. But don't listen to me. I'm a madman! We are condemned to die on reservations. They slaughter us as soon as they have a chance, but their President doesn't know anything about it. But don't listen to me. I'm a madman. The President doesn't know anything about it.
The Anthropologist: [Watching the general comb his hair while eating potato chips] You have magnificent hair, General.
George A. Custer: Yes, it impresses the Indians.
[Holding up his comb]
George A. Custer: Now you understand why this is important.
George A. Custer: [Talking about Buffalo Bill] That old fag was my scout for two years. He frequently took the wrong path.
Marie-Hélène de Boismonfrais: What I don't understand is the Indian's attitude. It's obvious that the Lord gave this land to white men so they could settle here, so why do they resist?
George A. Custer: Because they're savages. They're savages. I sometimes feel they're possessed by demons.
Marie-Hélène de Boismonfrais: May God preserve us from that!
George A. Custer: God and the Seventh Cavalry!
George A. Custer: Why did you abandon your houses?
Sitting Bull: Because you destroyed them. Sometimes there were still people inside them.
George A. Custer: You were ordered to go to the reservation.
Sitting Bull: My people are dying of hunger in the reservations.
George A. Custer: Whoever dies for the country hasn't lived in vain. I, on the contrary, will live for the country because I'm not that stupid.