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Jeremiah Johnson

Jeremiah Johnson

Jeremiah Johnson is an iconic American film released in 1972. Directed by Sydney Pollack, this classic adventure drama stars legendary actor Robert Redford in the titular role. With its breathtaking cinematography and captivating storyline, Jeremiah Johnson continues to be a fan favorite to this day.

Set in the mid-1800s, the film follows the journey of Jeremiah Johnson, a former soldier and Mexican-American War veteran who seeks solace in the untamed wilderness of the Rocky Mountains. Tired of the horrors of war, he decides to live life as a mountain man, embracing the challenges and rewards of living off the land.

As Jeremiah explores the harsh, unforgiving terrain, he encounters a variety of individuals, both friend and foe. Among the notable characters is Bear Claw Chris Lapp, played by the talented actor Will Geer. Bear Claw becomes a mentor figure to Jeremiah, teaching him the ways of survival and helping him navigate the treacherous mountain trails.

Another memorable character is Del Gue, portrayed by actor Stefan Gierasch. Del Gue is an eccentric and somewhat peculiar fellow mountain man who befriends Jeremiah on his journey. Together, they face numerous trials, including hostile encounters with Native American tribes.

Jeremiah Johnson also features a hauntingly beautiful musical score composed by John Rubinstein and Tim McIntire. The evocative soundtrack enhances the film's atmosphere, perfectly capturing the spirit of the wilderness and the solitude that Jeremiah seeks.

If you're a fan of this timeless film, you can relive the adventures of Jeremiah Johnson by playing and downloading the sounds that accompany it. Immerse yourself in the sounds of nature as you listen to the gentle rustling of leaves and the distant chirping of birds echoing through the valleys. Feel the rush as you hear the thunderous galloping of horses during intense chase scenes. Let the melodic and mysterious themes transport you back to the rugged, untamed landscapes of the American West.

Whether you're a fan of the film or simply crave a captivating adventure, the sounds of Jeremiah Johnson will transport you to a bygone era. Close your eyes, listen closely, and allow yourself to be immersed in the sights and sounds of this unforgettable cinematic journey.

Experience the wild beauty of the Rocky Mountains, the camaraderie of mountain men, and the indomitable spirit of Jeremiah Johnson. Play and download these sounds to bring the magic and adventure of this iconic film right into your home.

A 50 caliber Hawkin!
A chief, name of Mad Wolf. Nice fellow, don't talk a hell of a lot.
A man will always wonder
A might early, ain't they?
A mountain man's a lonely man
Acted like they was gut shot.
Adulterous.
Ain't been too lucky?
Ain't that a lot easier than saying all that gibberish?
Ain't that Hatchet Jack's rifle?
Ain't the first time I protected my head in such a way.
Ain't this something?
Ain't you him?
All the troubles that he knew
Amongst Injuns...
An Indian didn't scream it
An Indian says you search in vain
An Injun, he figures it's natural.
And by God, I was right.
And die, you must!
And he leaves a lot behind
And he's never
And his rules is his rules.
And Jeremiah's story
And keep your nose open, there may be Indians about.
And proud too.
And said goodbye to whatever life was down below.
And so are you, if you are that man.
And some folks say
And the meanest bitch that ever balled for beads!
And the ponies. I have no further use for them.
And the rain will not pass through neither.
And then I'll leave my bones...
And there ain't no asylums for the crazy ones!
And there ain't no churches except this right here.
And there ain't no priests...
And you know the high country.
And you, Josh...
Anyway, I am dead.
Apaches would send 50 at once.
Are you all right?
Are you smelling them Blackfeet?
Are you sure that you can skin griz?
As it flew
At least to be remembered on some man's lodgepole.
Avalanche took the cabin.
Be going for buffalo soon.
Been known to be wrong
Besides, maybe she ain't near bad.
Better get one of these biscuits, boy.
Betting on forgetting
Blood kin to the grizzly that bit Jim Bridger's ass!
Bought a horse, traps and other truck that went with being a mountain man.
Boy, did you see all this?
Broke down in the snow and ice.
But he'll just run, soon as we step out of these trees.
But I swear...
But maybe you need her.
But no matter.
But they are an adulterous people.
But they'll be asleep soon.
But you best take her, friend.
But you oftentimes will find
Bye, Jeremiah Johnson!
Can't cheat the mountain, pilgrim. Mountain got it...
Can't go through here.
Can't say what's happened behind me though.
Canada, maybe.
Careful, that'll take your hand off.
Cheyenne, she was.
Chief here is named Two Tongues Le Beau.
Christian women and children, starving.
Cold up here.
Come dark, you give me your pistol. Load that bear rifle full of nails.
Come on, you.
Come on.
Congratulations, Two Tongues. Wonderful wedding.
Cooking sure don't smell like Bear Claw's.
Crow burial ground. Sacred.
Crow don't take kindly to trespassing.
Crow only come with medicine men and burying parties!
Crow?
Crow.
Crows, they are fearful.
Damn fool, you may have cooked our brains!
Damn!
Damn!
Dead.
Did you hear something?
Didn't like it down there?
Didn't miss nothing.
Didn't put enough dirt down.
Do what you like. I was much the same myself.
Do you know Feather Mesa?
Do you mean that you intend to let those people die?
Do you speak any English?
Don't get me wrong, I love the women, I surely do!
Don't know.
Don't you want any of these?
Elk don't know how many feet a horse has.
Empty your hand.
English?
Ever get lonesome?
Farmers mostly.
Feels like far.
Figures. A human man...
Fine figure of a man, yes?
Flowing by the throne of God
For what you cannot find
For what?
French missionaries taught him their language.
Full time night woman?
Gather with the saints at the river
Go ahead, ask.
Go in, get warm, eat something.
Go on, boy, and eat. It's good for you.
Go on, fetch the rest of that wood.
Going for the Musselshell.
Gone where?
Good thing to know...
Good water. Not much wind.
Got one of them feathers in my nose.
Great hunter.
Grizzly bears, pilgrim. I collect the claws.
Grown particular?
Have a nice honeymoon, Mrs. Johnson.
Have I told you not to go out...
Haven't seen anyone pass by recently, have you?
Hawk.
He asks if you are the great warrior...
He brought us here to honor you and you want to give him a gift.
He don't say a lot, does he?
He has thought of a better gift.
He may read the Bible, but he's still an Injun.
He said it in a song
He says she's called The Swan, but she'll answer to anything you want.
He says the scalps are fierce...
He says you fish poorly.
He says you found 1000 ways
He settled for a 30, but damn, it was a genuine Hawkin.
He was a young man...
He was living with a female panther.
He was looking for a Hawkin gun, 50 caliber or better.
He's up there still
Hell in the end.
Hell, don't run off. It's me.
Hell, he's there already.
Here you are, pilgrim. Sharp enough to scale a fish with.
Here's food.
Here's your old grizzer brown bear can clobber bark off a gum tree.
His daughter.
His name was Jeremiah Johnson.
How come you ain't been scalped?
How did you get it?
How far east?
How long have you been carrying your squaw?
How you been, Jeremiah?
How's the war going?
Hungry too?
I ain't never seen them, but my common sense tells me...
I ain't never trapped either...
I ain't seen no live man in 2 months.
I ain't used to it.
I am Bear Claw Chris Lapp.
I am Del Gue!
I are a mountain man! And I'll live until an arrow or bullet finds me.
I can outjump, outrun, throw down...
I can skin most anything.
I can whip my weight in wolverines...
I could not find your husband anywhere, ma'am.
I do it when Indians are coming.
I do not think this is funny.
I do that.
I do. So?
I don't believe April.
I don't know.
I don't know.
I don't speak any Flathead.
I found him, froze to a tree.
I got no truck with them Blackfeet.
I got the prettiest gal, fastest horse...
I had one in that thicket.
I have to try.
I hear the Big Belt in the Blue has beavers the size of bobcats.
I hear there's land there a man has never seen.
I hope you will fare well.
I hunt griz.
I knew you would help me get my pelts back.
I know who you are!
I lodgepoled her at Dead Wolf Creek and traded her for a Hawkin gun!
I make damn good biscuits.
I never could find no tracks in a woman's heart.
I packed a squaw for 10 years, pilgrim.
I plan to be here a long time. I do not want them down on me.
I said, are they Flathead?
I said: "Mother Gue...
I saw him once.
I told my pap and mam I was coming to the mountains...
I told you not to go play outside.
I will be happy to see my horse. I hate walking.
I will call you Caleb.
I will do my best.
I will do that, Del Gue.
I will take you down to the Judith. Put you on a ferry.
I wish you would see fit to stop the practicing of these ceremonies.
I wouldn't leave a man without a horse or gun.
I wouldn't want to disturb your wedding night.
I'll see you in the fall.
I'm a settler.
I'm full.
I'm half horse, half gator, and a touch of the earthquake.
I'm Lieutenant Mulvey, Third Cavalry.
I'm not going to harm you.
I'm not going to harm you.
I'm sorry, pilgrim.
I'm sorry, then.
I've been to a town, Del.
I've decided that when I depart from this life, I'd leave something.
I've got a chore to finish.
I've seen them ride with one foot on the horse's rump...
If he cannot give you a better one, it'll be an insult.
If I head due west tomorrow, will I find places to trap?
If the wind would stop.