Sergeant, have a council fire
built in front of the Ross
The sergeant is hesitant and glances at John Ross' house. Stan smiles.
Find some cattle and pigs to
roast. It's time to celebrate.
The sergeant has a ssi of relief. He nods and goes about his business.
EXT. WHITE HOME WASHINGTON D. C. - NIGHT
Prince and John arrive in a heavily guarded government coach. Two armed guards ride on top and two on the sides. The carriage moves through the front war-time barricades.
It stops at the well landscaped White House side entrance.
The sergeant gets out. Two guards stand ready. John Ross exits. He looks around. Prince escorts John to the front door. The guards stand at attention on either side of the entrance.
Sergeant Prince stops in front of the guards.
This man is Principal Chief, John
Ross, of the Cherokee Nation. we
The White House Guard acknowledges.
WHITE HOUSE GUARD
Follow me, sergeant.
The sergeant and John follow the guard into the White house.
INT. WHITE HOUSE WASHINGTON D. C.
The door Guard walks down a long beautifully paneled hall