INDIAN CHIEF: How!
PETER PAN: How!
WENDY: What's the Chief doing, John?
JOHN: He's delivering an oration in sign language.
MICHAEL: What's he saying?
JOHN: He says "Peter Pan, mighty warrior. "Save Tiger Lily. Make big Chief heap glad."
WENDY: Well, he certainly doesn't look "heap glad."
INDIAN CHIEF: Make Peter Pan heap big chief. You now Little Flying Eagle.
ALL: Hurray for Flying Eagle! Hurray!
WENDY: Oh, how wonderful!
INDIAN CHIEF: Teach 'em paleface brother all about red man.
ALL: Good, this should be most enlightening.
CUBBY: Uh, what makes the red man red?
TWINS: When did he first say, "Ugh"? First say, "Ugh"? Why does he ask you, "How"? "Why does he ask you, 'How'?"
In the Injun book, it say when first brave married squaw He gave out with heap big "ugh" when he saw his mother-in-law
MICHAEL: Squaw take 'em papoose.
INDIAN CHIEF: Squaw, get 'em firewood.
WENDY: Squaw no get 'em firewood! Squaw go home.
MR. SMEE: Beggin' your pardon, Miss Bell... but Captain Hook would like a word with ya.
CAPTAIN HOOK: Yes, Miss Bell, Captain Hook admits defeat. Tomorrow I leave the island, never to return.
MR. SMEE: I'm glad to hear that, Captain. I'll tell the crew and.
CAPTAIN HOOK: And that's why I asked you over, me dear to tell Peter. I bear him no ill will. Oh, Pan has his faults, to be sure. Uh, bringing that Wendy to the island, for instance. Dangerous business, that. Why, rumour has it that already she has come between you and Peter. But what's this? Tears? Then it is true. Oh, Smee. The way of a man with a maid. Taking the best years of her life and then casting her aside like an old glove!
MR. SMEE: Ain't it a bloomin' shame?
CAPTAIN HOOK: But we mustn't judge Peter too harshly, me dear. It's that Wendy who's to blame. Mr Smee, we must save the lad from himself. But how? We've so little time. We sail in the morning. Sail! That's it, Smee! We'll shanghai Wendy.
MR. SMEE: Shanghai Wendy," Captain?
CAPTAIN HOOK: Take her to sea with us. With her gone, Peter will soon forget this mad infatuation. Come, Smee, we must leave immediately. Surround Peter's home.
MR. SMEE: But, Captain, we we don't know where Peter Pan lives!
CAPTAIN HOOK: Great Scott, you're right, Smee! What's that, my dear? You could show us the way? Why, I never thought of that. Take this down, Smee.
MR. SMEE: "Take this down, Smee." Aye, aye, Captain.
CAPTAIN HOOK: Start at Pegleg Point.
MR. SMEE: "Start at Pegleg Point."
CAPTAIN HOOK: Forty paces west of Blindman's Bluff.
MR. SMEE: "Blindman's Bluff."
CAPTAIN HOOK: Yes, yes. Hop, skip and a jump across Crocodile Creek. Then north by northeast, one, two, three. Well, get on with it Continue, my dear. I mustn't harm Peter? Madam, Captain Hook gives his word not to lay a finger or a hook on Peter Pan. Ah, Hangman's Tree. So that's the entrance to his hiding place. Thank you, me dear. You've been most helpful.
ALL: Hana mana ganda, hana mana ganda Hana mana ganda.
PETER PAN: Big Chief Flying Eagle greets his braves.
ALL: How! Uh, how, Chief. How, Chief! How! How. How.
PETER PAN: Big Chief greets Little Mother. How!
PETER PAN: Aw, Wendy, is that all you have to say? Everyone else thinks I'm wonderful.
WENDY: Especially Tiger Lily.
PETER PAN: Tiger Lily?
WENDY: John! Michael! Take off that war paint and get ready for bed.
MICHAEL: Bed? Brave no sleep. Go for days without sleep.
WENDY: But, boys, we're going home in the morning.
MICHAEL: Home! Oh, Wendy, we don't want to go home.
PETER PAN: No go home. Stay many moons. Have heap big time.
WENDY: Now, Peter, let's stop pretending and be practical.
PETER PAN: Chief Flying Eagle has spoken.
WENDY: Oh, for goodness sake. Please, boys. Do you want to stay here and grow up like savages?