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Really this film reveals the American Indians' civil and sane view of life over the white man's narrow and aggressive natures during that time.
In a Forrest Gump moment (just like the entire movie, pretty much), Jack tells Custer to go get himself killed at Little Big Horn, that it's doom for him.
In fact, this is a movie one will wish to savor again and again--a beautifully crafted, well-made film that is timeless in its ability to entertain.
Awsome classic movie! Funny, adventurous, and a well told story. Came quick and brand newPublished 3 days ago by Michael Parsons
I remember watching this movie with my dad when I was young, and I watched it yesterday with my two teenage sons. Still a very good movie.Published 9 days ago by Melanie Crane
When Little Big Man came out in the late 60's, it was one of the first movies to sort of tell history from a Native American perspective. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Stanley Byers
One of the finest movies Hoffman ever made. A lot of humor, history, and probably more truth about the plains Indians, and the old west, than any other movie has ever produced. Read morePublished 13 days ago by M. G. Bailey
Hoffman at his very best - even above and beyond THE GRADUATE. A history lesson superbly told (even if not entirely factual), beautifully filmed, and stellar performances all... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Terry Rankin