PG-13 | | Adventure, Drama, Western
Lieutenant John Dunbar, assigned to a remote western Civil War outpost, befriends wolves and Indians, making him an intolerable aberration in the military.
Composer John Barry did not use any cymbals in the entire score. Although tom-toms are used extensively, and military drums are playing during some of the army scenes, there are no cymbals.
Somebody back east is sayin' "Why don't he write?"
Three birds flying over are identified as geese. They are, in fact, cranes.
The 236-minute "extended version" has been released on DVD, containing the scenes that were missing from most of the previous VHS releases.
English, Sioux, Pawnee
$598,257 (USA) (11 November 1990)
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