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  • Actors: Michael Dante, Wayne Maunder, Mary Ann Mobley, Slim Pickens
  • Format: Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Bci / Eclipse
  • DVD Release Date: January 1, 2002
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00005B2Z3
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #407,006 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Editorial Reviews

Long before Little Bighorn two legendary enemies find themselves trapped together in deadly Blackfoot territory. Now for the first time share the astounding adventure of George Armstrong Custer and the wily Indian Crazy Horse as they are forced to form an alliance in their life or death struggle against the murderous Blackfoot tribe. Starring Wayne Mauder as George Custer Slim Pickens and former Miss America Mary Ann Mobely.System Requirements: Running Time 90 MinFormat: DVD MOVIE Genre: WESTERN/MISC. Rating: NR UPC: 787364405695 Manufacturer No: 44056-9

Customer Reviews

Too bad for me.
Robert Kois
Mostly good quality, looks like it was taped off a tv screen sometimes, but watchable and enjoyable.
Marilyn A. Murphy
Thinking this was some obscure italian western I might enjoy,WRONG.
Paul Scott

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By hey_steve on March 12, 2004
The technical part of this review refers to the Brentwood Home Video or BCI release of this film.
Pulled from the 17 episode ABC series from 1967, "Crazy Horse and Custer: The Untold Story" is a pleasing way to spend 90 minutes if you're a fan of the western genre. We've all heard the story about the battle of the Little Big Horn, but this movie introduces us to the main characters of that battle long before that ill fated meeting. It shows how Lt. Col. George Custer took a rag tag bunch of soldiers and made them into the fine Seventh Cavalry unit they were. It also takes the viewer to the first meeting between Custer and Crazy Horse and how they had to be allies if they were to live to meet later.
Starring Wayne Mauder (who?) with Slim Pickens (under utilized) and Michael Dante as Crazy Horse, the cast features Mary Ann Mobley and the venerable Robert F. Simon.
The print featured in this release was bought by a company called Liberty Entertainment who put a title on in the beginning and end and chopped out any reference to 20th Century Fox who originally produced it. The print itself looked like it had been bicycled around and the opening credits just might make you seasick from the motion. The color is fair and once you get into the film the print is not too scratched. Not bad for the price you pay.
This movie besides being available individually is also in a 10 pack called "The Wild West". For about triple the price of this, you can get 10 pretty decent westerns. You can view this item on Amazon.com ....
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By L Gontzes on April 1, 2006
A decent Western, Crazy Horse and Custer, brings to the screen the story of the well known Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer, one of the most controversial American historical figures of all time. Hero or Villain? Well that's easy; neither and both, since one's hero is another's villain, case closed. And speaking of, this is a pro-Custer approach.

The cast carry out their performances well enough, (though "Late Sixties" is written all over it...) the only exception being the general who is not that convincing in his role.

The dialogues could have been better too.

Nevertheless, the plot, the setting, the battles and the costumes are all above average.

Overall, though not a masterpiece, it is definitely a movie worth watching, as it will surely provide for an evening's entertainment!

For wonderful Westerns I would strongly recommend The Outlaw Josey Wales, Major Dundee and The Undefeated.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Stephen J. Holroyd on July 3, 2003
"Crazy Horse and Custer--The Untold Story" is actually a repackaging of the pilot and first few episodes of the 1966(?) ABC-TV series, "Custer," starring Wayne Mauder, Slim Pickens, and a bunch of other first-rate and quickly-recognized character actors.
ABC thought it was on to something: let's take a time-honored TV form (the western) but give "the kids" someone they can relate to--a rebellious, long-haired action hero. Thus, the idea to base a series on Lt. Colonel (nee General) George Armstrong Custer was born. On paper, it looked like a great idea; Custer had for many years been revered as a great Civil War general (which he was) and effective Indian fighter (which he wasn't) who died, "tragically," at Little Big Horn.
Alas, by the time the series hit the air, Custer wasn't such a hero. Rather, he became a symbol for the terrible treatment of Native Americans. Also, he was being seen less as a lovable rebel and more as a megalomaniacal officer who effectively murdered the entire 7th Calvary with his recklessness at Little Big Horn. Richard Mulligan's portrayal in "Little Big Man" was probably only slightly exaggerated.
All that having been said, the show had promise...a lot of stock western kind of action, but with a slight edge. Relatively accurate historically, too, as far as character names and such. Many liberties are taken, however, in the name of "good TV." The biggest drawback, as one reviewer noted, is the really poor quality of the print used. I've seen older TV shows with better footage.
The series didn't run that long. Personally, I wouldn't mind a DVD release of all the shows, with upgraded prints. In the meantime, we have to settle for this.
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is probably wrong. Including this movie.

This "movie" from the 1967 ABC series "Custer" is just plain wrong in everything. Poorly produced, Indians all wrong even when the series was trying to make them sympathetic. Custer as a single man, no mention of family (which was the core of his life) because that would have been too restraining for the TV show.

I gave it a 2 as a curiousity of the time.

And FYI it's Wayne MauNder. Who went on to another tv western then disappeared. I believe he was a record producer into the 90's.
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Not meant to be accurate, but a nice old cowboy and indian story.
When I saw 2001 on the DVD, I thought it might include ideas and facts from Stephen Ambrose book.
Too bad for me.
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