Tonto Quotes in The Lone Ranger (2013)
Dan Reid: What's your crime boy?
[Silver climbs on a tree branch]
Tonto: Something very wrong with that horse.
Will: Wait a minute! You're saying you're Tonto? The Tonto?
Tonto: There is another?
John Reid: Where did you get that?
Tonto: Make trade.
John Reid: With a dead man?
Tonto: Hard bargain.
Tonto: Nice Shot.
John Reid: That was supposed to be a warning shot.
Tonto: In that case, not so good.
John Reid: Hi ho Silver, away!
Tonto: Don't ever do that again.
John Reid: Sorry.
Tonto: [translating "kemo sabe"] Wrong brother.
Frank: [as Tonto and John are running down on top of a moving train, they run into Frank at gunpoint] Going somewhere?
John Reid: [with chained hands in the air & connected to Tonto] No.
John Reid: No.
John Reid: No.
Frank: [shouting] Shut up!
Tonto: [after a pause, Tonto see a mail hook approaching] Yes.
[the mail hook snags John's chains and hauls him and Tonto off]
John Reid: [On top of the train] That's the end of the line.
Tonto: We jump.
John Reid: What about the passengers?
Tonto: They jump.
John Reid: There are children on board!
Tonto: All jump.
Tonto: [trying to get Reid to kill Cavendish] Wendigo cut out brother's heart... where is brother's justice?
John Reid: I'm not a savage!
Tonto: You are not a man.
Tonto: People think you are dead. Better you stay that way.
John Reid: You want me to wear a mask?
Tonto: There come a time, when good man must wear mask.
John Reid: [Silver has appeared on a rooftop to save them] The horse can fly?
Tonto: Don't be stupid.
John Reid: Why're you taking to that horse? Why am I covered in dirt?
Tonto: I buried you.
John Reid: Why am I alive?
Tonto: [to Reid] Eight men rode into canyon... I dug seven graves. Horse says, you are spirit walker: a man who has been to the other side and returned, a man who cannot be killed at all...
Tonto: Bad trade.
Tonto: [tosses Cole back the watch he gave Tonto as a child]
Latham Cole: [Last Lines] Bad... Trade?
[Recognizes Tonto moments before his death]
John Reid: If we ride together, we ride for justice.
Tonto: Justice is what I seek, Kemosabe.
Tonto: [Scorpions covering Tonto and Reid] Nature is definitely...
John Reid: ...out of balance.
Tonto: Horse says you are a spirit walker. A man who's been to the other side and returned. A man who cannot be killed in battle.
John Reid: [after getting shot with an arrow] I thought you said I couldn't get shot.
Tonto: No. I said you cannot be killed.
Tonto: [to Will, the boy dressed as The Lone Ranger] Never take off the mask.
Tonto: My name come up?
Second chief: [Tonto has brought a wounded John Reid to the Indian camp, where he can hide from Butch Cavendish] ... The Palefaces make many promises to us, yet they keep only one: they promise to take our land, and they take it. And now you bring one of them here, to be nursed back to health? Tonto, why?
Tonto: No one has greater cause than I to fill his heart with hatred for the White Man. He has taken my wife and my child from me. But the Paleface I have brought here today is my brother, and I will guard his life with my own if it comes to such. If I am wrong about him - if he proves to be an enemy - then I, Tonto, will decorate my lance with this White Man's hair. But until that day comes - UNLESS it comes - let him be judged not by his skin, but by his heart.
[Having just thanked the Lone Ranger for saving his life, Grant now turns to Tonto]
President Ulysses S. Grant: And how can I thank you?
Tonto: You can thank me by honoring your treaties with my people.
President Ulysses S. Grant: We will try.
Tonto: Repay me by honoring your treaties with my people.
President Ulysses S. Grant: Yes, we will TRY, you have my word.
Tonto: The day may not be many winter counts away when all men will be brothers. A new Indian nation will come out of this time of change. Strong. Proud. United.
John Reid: Well then, let brother ride with brother.
Tonto: You have the tongue and courage of a coyote. You speak much, but you say nothing.
Dr. James Rolfe: It's too bad the law can't help you. I'm afraid Tonto found out rather painfully what kind of a man our sheriff is.
Tonto: Bruises on body go away, but sheriff have sickness that can't be fixed with medicine.
The Lone Ranger: There's no doubt about it, Brady and the Henderson woman are behind these killings.
Tonto: Why we not take them to law?
The Lone Ranger: We could, but I want all the hooded raiders.
Tonto: That plenty guns for us to fight, Ke-Mo Sah-Bee.
The Lone Ranger: Tonto, keep out of trouble.
Tonto: Trouble find Tonto even when him not look for it.
The Lone Ranger: Tonto, boundary markers!
Tonto: Ah, that Indian reservation. Taboo for white men.
The Lone Ranger: Tonto, those drums are summoning the tribes to war.
Tonto: That plenty bad, Ke-Mo Sah-Bee. Ranchers talk war all time. Indians make ready. Soon war start. And they fight. Fight.
[Ben slams open the classroom door and interrupts the school band practicing]
Ben: Did you hear about Lucas?
Tonto: What about him?
Rena: It's suicide.
Ben: What do you mean?
Ben: He's gone out for the football team!
[Lucas quietly joins the kids in the cafeteria, sad over the distance between him and Maggie]
Ben: [Ben shouts out to Lucas] Lucas! We're over here.
Ben: Sit down. We're trying to figure out how to get rid of this jackass band teacher. I hate the idiot's guts.
Tonto: Too bad Treichel had to kill himself.
Ben: Yeah, Why'd he have to kill himself and leave us with this jackass.
Tonto: Sex-crazed, that's why.
Rena: He wasn't sex-crazed, he was in love.
Tonto: With a dental technician?
Rena: Not everybody has to be glamorous to have someone fall in love with them.
Tonto: You don't kill yourself over a dental technician.
Rena: You ever hear of Romeo and Juliet?
Tonto: Was she a dental technician?
Rena: No, but people do kill themselves when they can't have who they love.
Ben: I thought he had a heart attack.
Tonto: No heart attack, my man. He blew his brains out with a book of poetry open and a rose in the page.
Rena: I think it's kind of beautiful, the poetry, I mean. It was probably Keats or Shelley.
[Lucas sits quietly watching the football players at the other table]
Tonto: Ke-mo sah-bee, what we do?
The Lone Ranger: Tonto, you and I are going to rescue everyone.
Tonto: Masked man, brave.
The Lone Ranger: When the cart stops, we'll jump out and hide in the shadows.
Tonto: Ah, masked man, fearless.
The Lone Ranger: And you and I will attack the tank with our bare hands.
Tonto: Ah, masked man, loco.
Tonto: Me Tonto, assistento!
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