Jean Roberts Quotes in Billy Jack (1971)
Jean Roberts Quotes:
Barbara: What is the snake ceremony?
Jean Roberts: A ceremony where Billy becomes brother to a snake.
Barbara: How does he do that?
Jean Roberts: By going on the mountain and being bitten by the snake over and over. Then he passes into unconsciousness for the last time. And if he lives, he has a vision. And in this vision, he finds out what his life's mission will be and who the spirit will be to guide him on this mission.
Jean Roberts: He's still in the rapture of the vision. A great Indian holy man, Wovoka, is speaking through him.
Barbara: You mean they had holy men, like saints?
Jean Roberts: They sure did! And Wovoka was one of the greatest. Once even Christ appeared to him.
Jean Roberts: Y'know, I really feel sorry for your children.
Prosecuting attorney: You feel sorry for *my* children?
Jean Roberts: Yes, and for you too. You know me... and you know I don't lie. It must be terrible to make it seem that way just to earn your money.
Jean Roberts: You did it... no matter what anybody says about you now, you did it. And you didn't have to even once take off your boots!
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