Caption This: Indian Encounter

Caption this publicity still for the 1913 silent movie, The Doctor’s Orders.

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11 responses to “Caption This: Indian Encounter”

  1. Batshitbox Avatar

    I have some news for you, Ma’am… Twins!

  2. Prince Halibrand Avatar
    Prince Halibrand

    When Grandma cautioned you about the perils of cottoning up to those bad-boy biker types, you never dreamed she was speaking from experience.

  3. Wayne Moyer Avatar
    Wayne Moyer

    Of course I can’t ride these to Victory. These are Indians.

  4. mdharrell Avatar

    “Loud pipes save lives, sir.”
    “What was that? Speak up, youngster! Don’t you realize this is a silent picture?”
    “I said LOUD PIPES SAVE… um, good point. Never mind, sir.”

  5. Alff Avatar

    Get out of the way, squares.

  6. spotarama Avatar

    i’m a doctor and I can tell you that flat caps don’t save lives

  7. dukeisduke Avatar

    “Yes, doctor, I’m an organ donor. Why do you ask?”

  8. theskitter Avatar

    Side saddle? Be serious.

  9. Vairship Avatar

    “They darker than us!”

    1. Wayne Moyer Avatar
      Wayne Moyer

      My favorite part of that scene is how Mel is talking Yiddish while pretending to be Native American.

      1. Vairship Avatar

        I know, I was trying to find the entire quote but failed, and my Yiddish is a bit rusty…

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