Great hunter Jeremiah Johnson discovers the perks of a language barrier.
In this excerpt of the classic Robert Redford film Jeremiah Johnson, Jeremiah teaches the word yes to his newly adopted son and newly acquired wife (a gift from Native Americans.)
If you have not seen the full movie, you should definitely check it out. It appeals to anyone who has ever dreamed of taking off to the mountains and leaving civilization behind.
In the mean time, check out the clip posted by MrBuckross1. “That is all you need to know, for now.”
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The film follows Jeremiah Johnson through the latter part of the Mexican War, after which he decides to take to the mountains and live off the land. As time goes by, he becomes more accustomed to mountain ways and has several good and bad experiences. He befriends other mountain men and inadvertently makes enemies of the Crow tribe of Native Americans, making for some memorable movie moments.
Does this film inspire you to take to the mountains? Leave a comment below.