One Little Indian

Synopsis: On the run from the Cavalry, a man tries to disappear while accompanied by two camels and a runaway boy. His escape is made harder when he meets a widow and her daughter who may turn him in.
Director(s): Bernard McEveety
Production: Walt Disney Productions
90 min

Do you understand?

Dearly beloved, none can

enter the kingdom of God,

except he be regenerate and born

anew of water and the holy ghost.

Who speaks for this child?


Uh, I do.

Dost thou in the name of the

child renounce the devil...

And all his works?

I do.

- The child's name?

- Mark.

I baptize thee... Mark...

In the name of the trinity.

From this day forward,

you'll be known as mark...

To all men.

Kindly light amid

the encircling gloom

lead thou me on

the night is dark

and I am far from home

lead thou me on

keep thou my feet

I do not ask to see

the distant scene

one step enough

for me


you men can put out

your candles now.

During the offertory,

we'll sing "silent night."

Silent night

holy night

all is calm

all is bright

round yon virgin

mother and child

holy infant so

tender and mild

sleep in heavenly peace

sleep in heavenly peace

silent night

holy night

Shepherds quake

at the sight

glories stream

from heaven afar

heavenly hosts sing


Christ the savior is born

Christ the savior is born

you look for Cheyenne?

He can't have gone far. You check over there.

I'll look on this side.

Did you see the boy come out?

No, sarge.


Hyah! Let's go.

Ho, ho, ho, ho, ho.


Let me see that arm.

Ah, that's not too bad.

Come on. We'll put

something on it.

All right, now sit down there.

I'll get you some water.

Oh, shut up, you rotten,

no good piece of...

here. Drink some of this.

Don't overdo it. Slowly.

Got some carbolic in here.

I can promise you, it's gonna

hurt you more than it will me.

Give me that arm.

That ought to keep it

from festerin', anyway.

That military disaster

over there,

we call rosebud.

You can call her Rosie,

if you've a mind to.

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Harry Spalding

Harry Spalding (1913-2008) was an American writer best known for the films he wrote for Robert L. Lippert and director Maury Dexter. He later worked for the Walt Disney Company.He sometimes wrote under the name "Henry Cross". more…

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