Agarn's old job before the Army was bone tester in a corset factory.
O'Rourke: Well, we gotta figure out some way of getting Agarn back into the army.
Wild Eagle: I have way.
O'Rourke: Oh, what's that?
Wild Eagle: Tonight when he sleep, whole tribe sneak off to Mexico.
Wild Eagle: Like old Indian saying: "Cannot make fur coat from feather of goose."
O'Rourke: What does that mean?
Wild Eagle: Who knows? Show you what strain I under.
Roaring Chicken: You drink this down, Chief. Soon you feel much better.
Wild Eagle: Who ever hear medicine man with medicine? You supposed to dance!
Roaring Chicken: Chief, have not cured any patient by dancing, 25 years. First thing that goes in medicine man is legs.
Wild Eagle: What is in bowl?
Roaring Chicken: Juice of gooseberries. Fermented sap of oak tree. Six raw turtle eggs. Ground up tooth of beaver. Good roughage!
Capt. Parmenter: Did you know that my great-grandfather, Hannibal Parmenter, was a major in George Washington's army?
Agarn: He was, sir?
Capt. Parmenter: Yes, he was at Valley Forge, in charge of prisoners.
Agarn: Say, then he must have known my great-grandfather. He was a deserter.
Capt. Parmenter: Trooper Duffy, I noticed something very interesting in your service record.
Duffy: What's that, sir?
Capt. Parmenter: You were killed in action.
Capt. Parmenter: Private Hoffenmueller. I noticed that you speak Apache, Sioux, Cherokee and Hekowi. Now, we can use you as an interpreter. Just as soon as you learn to speak English.
Hoffenmueller: Yawohl, mein Kapitan!
This is the first time Don Diamond is called "Crazy Cat" onscreen and identified by that name in the credits. (Although still credited as Donald Diamond.)