Well, G.W.,
it's been a long time.

G. W: Not long enough...

Your husband is a rude man.
Yes, Cuthbert, l know.
Where you want the lndians,
Mr. McLintock?

Mr. McLintock is not
running this hearing.

Sergeant, seat those lndians.
Yes, sir.
Gentlemen, be seated.
Their whole tribe here
wanted to come into town.

Proceed, Lieutenant.
This hearing
is now in session,

Governor Cuthbert Humphreys

BECKY: Good luck, Daddy.
G. W: l'm afraid
it's a packed court.

Government edict number 826.

"As ordered that the Comanche
nation be transferred..."

"from their present reservation
to Fort Sill,"

"it is the government's claim as
filed by lndian agent Agard..."

"that these chiefs, after being
released from prison..."

"by a kindly government..."
"did then rouse and incite
defiance among the tribe..."

"against said order."
lt seems, gentlemen,
that although some of these
chiefs speak English...

Chief Puma is quite at home
in our language...

they have chosen Mr. McLintock
to be their spokesman.

G. W:
l speak for the Comanche...

or rather l offer
this translation.

Proceed, Mr. McLintock.
We are an old people
and a proud people.

When the White Man
first came among us,

we were as many as
the grasses of the prairie.

Now we are few,
but we are still proud.

For if a man lose his pride
and manhood, he is nothing.

You tell us now that if we will
let you send us away...