Geronimo: An American Legend (1993)
Al Sieber, Chief of Scouts: There's two dead women there... and two little kids. They scalped them all, all four of 'em. Bounty hunters. The government down here pays 200 pesos a head for men, 100 for women and 50 for those kids. They kill any Indian and then claim they are Apache. I don't see how any man can sink so low. Must be Texans... the lowest form of white man there is.
Geronimo: With all this land, why is there no room for the Apache? Why does the White-Eye want all land?
2nd Lt. Britton Davis: As he handed over his weapons, Geronimo simply said: "Once I moved about like the wind. Now I surrender and that is all."
Geronimo: [speaking in Apache] I heard you were wearing the blue coat. I did not believe it. Now I know your heart.
1st Lt. Charles B. Gatewood: 1st. Lieutenant Charles B. Gatewood.
1st Lt. Charles B. Gatewood: [speaking in Apache] It is good to see the great warrior.
Geronimo: [speaking in Apache] You speak pretty good Apache.
2nd Lt. Britton Davis: 2nd Lieutenant Britton Davis, 6th Cavalry.
1st Lt. Charles B. Gatewood: You are now under the protection of the United States Army.
1st Lt. Charles B. Gatewood: That's more of a lynch mob than a posse. But if they serve those warrants, I'll have to give you up.
Geronimo: You have a good long glass, Gatewood. If I scare them off, we trade.
2nd Lt. Britton Davis: [narrating] The federal government had forced over 500 Chiricahua to take up residence within Turkey Creek's narrow borders. Corn was the main crop, but the land was not fertile enough for them to be self-sufficient. The Chiricahua had become dependent upon monthly allotments of government supplies for their well-being
Geronimo: Gatewood. You come to visit me.
1st Lt. Charles B. Gatewood: It makes my heart glad to see Geronimo. How's the life of a farmer?
Geronimo: Some Apaches are good farmer. Others miss the old way. I am not good farmer, Gatewood.
Brig. Gen. George Crook: A lot of white-eyes want to see Geronimo hanged for murder.
Geronimo: Not murder. War. Many bad things happen in war.
Brig. Gen. George Crook: How many white-eye did you kill since you left Turkey Creek?
Geronimo: Maybe fifty. Maybe more. How many Apaches do you kill?
Brig. Gen. George Crook: You killed women and children.
Geronimo: So did you.
Al Sieber, Chief of Scouts: I just think you're a real sad case. You don't love who you're fighting for, and you don't hate who you're fighting against.
1st Lt. Charles B. Gatewood: Perhaps I could learn to hate with the proper vigor from you, Al.
1st Lt. Charles B. Gatewood: The Apache go where the best fight is. It's a moral value once you understand it.
Geronimo: No guns, No bullets could ever kill me. That was my power... Now my time is over.