the actions you take now. I doubt
you could do worse to me.
Talmidge intervenes and speaks to Stan.
This case is over. You will never
get a charge of anything through
The two generals walk to Watie. They speak to him privately and exit together with Stan.
The room is quiet. John looks out the window behind him.
INSIDE TO OUTSIDE - The Confederate troop formation is breaking up. The soldiers dismount and take their horses to a stake out area. Military wagons enter the city.
INT. JOHN ROSS' PARK HILL HOME - NIGHT
A party is in progress. The men are dressed in suits and
confederate uniforms. The ladies in beautiful gowns. Cherokee and white friends socialize. Waiters serve punch and campaign.
SUB‑TITLE APPEARS - CHIEF JOHN ROSS ESTATE, PARK HILL, CHEROKEE NATION, ONE YEAR LATER.
The ballroom is elegantly decorated with fresh flowers. A
night shadow ripples past the French paneled patio doors,
lit from an outside plaza lantern. John Ross mills around the room greeting guests and shaking hands. John Ross moves close to his old friend, Talmidge.
How are you, Little John?