PG-13 | | Adventure, Drama, Western
Lt. John Dunbar, exiled to a remote western Civil War outpost, befriends wolves and Indians, making him an intolerable aberration in the military.
As a joke, most of the cast and crew assigned each other Indian names. Editor Neil Travis was "Over the Hill" and the script supervisor was "Sand In Her Teeth" because she used to smile a lot.
We have nothing to show for this trail.
Pawnee #2: We have no rifles. White men are sure to have rifles!
Pawnee #3: If they don't have rifles, it's hard to say how many might be down there. We should forget this and go home.
Toughest Pawnee: Then go. I would rather die than argue to any ...
In the scenes taking place at Ft. Hays, the windmill seen in several shots is too modern. The film takes place in 1863; the windmill shown is a steel, self-oiling model, which was not invented until after 1900.
English, Sioux, Pawnee
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