Feature Film/Entertainment

A Man Called Horse
--1970; Indians capture an English nobleman and make him prove himself through torturous rituals. He loses his veneer of sophistication and finds the core of his manhood. This was one of the first movies to use Indian actors and offers an unusually realistic depiction of Indian life. Cast: Richard Harris and Judith Anderson $14.95, 115 Minutes.

Billy Jack
--1988; A Powerful and timeless reminder of the hopes and turmoils of the '60s-and a cry for peace in our troubled world. Billy Jack is a half-breed Indian and ex-Green Beret who finds himself drawn to its progressive Freedom School for troubled youths. Billy Jack becomes the school's protector. Once again, violence finds him. Cast: Tom Laughlin. $12.99, 114 Minutes.

Black Robe
--1991; Follows the struggles of Jesuit priest, Father LaForgue as he journeys the frozen Canadian wilderness in 1634 with the help of Algonquin Indians of who became distrustful of the strange man they call "Blackrobe". This impressive film manages to examine Christianity and tribal beliefs without trivializing either. Cast: Aden Young, August Schellenburg, Sandrine Holt. $14.98, 101 Minutes.

Broken Arrow
--1950; An ex-Army scout becomes friends with the legendary Apache leader Cochise in this blazing tale of two men fighting to bring peace to the frontier in the 1870s. The film was the first to treat Indian people with respect and understanding. Cast: James Stewart, Jeff Chandler. $14.98, 93 Minutes.

Broken Chain
--1994; In the midst of the Revolutionary War, two Iroquois tribal brothers are caught up in a fight to keep their people and their land from the destruction of approaching settlers. During this fight, their loyalties become divided and the Great Peace of the Iroquois Nation is on the verge of being destroyed. Solid action. Cast: Eric Schweig, Wes Studi, Buffy St. Marie, Pierce Brosnan, Graham Greene. $14.98, 93 Minutes.

Cheyenne Autumn
--1964; The true story of a desperate band of Cheyenne Indians who try to leave the horrible conditions of their Oklahoma reservation and meet violent opposition from the United States government. John Ford (director) strays from the traditional glorification of Western mythology to bring us the story of mistreatment of American Indians. Cast: Richard Widmark, James Stewart, Ricardo Montalban, Sal Mineo, Karl Malden. $19.99, 155 Minutes.

Cheyenne Warrior
--1994; A rousing adventure set against the backdrop of the Civil War. An expectant mother's husband is killed on the trek west by a vicious gang of marauders. At a trading post, she finds an injured Cheyenne, also a victim of the marauders, and nurses him back to health. They realize their only chance of survival is to help each other. Message of tolerance is well presented. Cast: Kelly Preston, Pato Hoffman, Bo Hopkins. $14.99, 86 Minutes.

Dance Me Outside
--1994; This original and provocative film strips away preconceptions to show life on the Reservation is not what you'd expect. A coming of age story with savvy humor based on W.P. Kinsella's book. Four teenagers try to deal with the murder of a friend and their own growing pains while addressing racial tensions from the native perspective. Cast: Ryan Black, Adam Beach, Lisa LaCroix, Jennifer Podemski, Michael Greyeyes. $14.98, 91 Minutes.

Dances with Wolves
--1990; Temporarily Unavailable; Saga of a dis-illusioned flight from the Civil War and how he finds inner peace in harmony with nature and the Lakota Sioux. Brilliant filmmaking--in English and Lakota. Cast: Graham Greene, Rodney Grant, Kevin Costner, Mary McDonnell

Geronimo: An American Legend
--1994; A fearless warrior who was the last Indian leader to surrender to the white man. Geronimo leads a small band of warriors in escape. Told through the eyes of an idealistic officer this near epic is a collection of good scenes. Thought provoking, strong acting, a powerhouse western. Cast: Matt Damon, Robert Duvall, Jason Patric, Gene Hackman, Wes Studi, Rodney Grant, Steve Reevis, Carlos Palomino. $9.95, 115 Minutes.

House Made of Dawn
--1996; Tells the story of an outcast Native American and his search for destiny in a world that doesn't know him. He experiences mystical visions of his ancestors, one of whom leads him into a real-life deadly gun battle with a villainous cowboy. After serving a prison term for manslaughter, he falls under the spell of Tosamah, a charismatic and incendiary leader, while he fights to resurrect the spirits of his once proud people. Based on Scott Momaday's Pulitzer Prize novel. Cast: John Saxon, Larry Littlebird, Judith Doty. $12.99, 77 Minutes.

I Will Fight No More Forever
--1990; This reenactment accurately portrays the plight of the Nez Perce in their 1700 mile, 108 day fighting retreat. An effective and affecting story of how Chief Joseph tied up 5000 United States troops with only a hundred able bodied men. Cast: Ned Romero, James Whitmore, Sam Elliott, Linda Redfern. $24.95, 109 Minutes.

Jeremiah Johnson
--1972; Jeremiah Johnson is a simple man who has no taste for cities. We see him grow from feeble attempts at survival to a man who became part of the mountains. Tells how he loses his family and becomes the infamous "Liver Eating" Johnson who battled the Crows for years before burying the hatchet in peace. Cast: Robert Redford, Will Geer, Charles Tyner. $14.98, 116 Minutes.

Lakota Woman
--Contemporary film based on the life of Lakota activist Mary Crowdog and how she took a stand at Wounded Knee in 1973. Irene Bedard makes a fine debut. A woman in need of awareness about her heritage. A little preachy and tries too hard to be politically correct but is still a good account. Cast: Irene Bedard, August Schellenberg, Joseph Running Fox, Floyd Red Crow Westerman, Tantoo Cardinal. $14.98, 113 Minutes.

Last of the Dog Men
--1995; A modern day tracker goes after fugitives in the wilds of Montana only to confront ghostly warriors of the past. Suspenseful. A great piece of entertainment. Cast: Tom Berenger, Steve Reevis, Barbara Hershey. $19.99, 118 Minutes

Last of the Mohicans
--1992; James Fenimore Cooper's classic tale of romance in the wilds of colonial America. The action scenes are state of the art. A historic tale of white-native interaction. The story of Uncas, Chingachook, and Hawkeye. Cast: Daniel Day Lewis, Russell Means, Eric Schweig, Madeline Stowe, Wes Studi. $14.98, 114 Minutes.

Little Big Man
--1970; Dustin Hoffman portrays a 121 year old survivor of Custer's Last Stand. This film chronicles in flashbacks his numerous adventures in the old west and his life with native peoples of the time. An offbeat western comedy. Cast: Dustin Hoffman, Chief Dan George, Faye Dunaway, Martin Balsam. $12.99, 150 Minutes.

Powwow Highway
--1988; Takes a lighthearted look at the serious subject of mistreatment of American Indians on reservations, i.e. poor housing, bad job conditions, to deprivation of tribal cutures and history, all are encountered on this road adventure to rescue a friend from jail. Cast: Gary Farmer, Amanda Wyss. $14.99, 91 Minutes.

Return of a Man Called Horse
--1976; This sequel follows the plight of a horribly wronged tribe of Sioux Indians-and the quest of the one man who would lead them to victory. Presents an honest and sometimes shocking glimpse at the culture of the American Indian. $14.95, 125 Minutes.

Running Brave
-- LLLL1983; This is the story of Billy Mills, the Sioux runner, who surprised the world by winning the 10,000 meter race in the 1964 Olympics, one of the biggest upsets in sports history. Robby Benson gives a fine performance in portraying Mills' determination to set a positive example for his people. Cast: Robby Benson, Pat Hingle. $19.95, 105 Minutes.

Son of Morning Star
--1990; Chronicles the life and times of George A. Custer from both the Indian and white point of view. Culminates in the Battle of Little Big Horn Cast: Gary Cole, Rodney Grant, Buffy St. Marie (voice), Nick Ramus. $19.98, 186 Minutes.

Tecumseh, The Last Warrior
--1995; Witness one of history's most furious battles in this explosive action adventure starring Jess Borrego as a fearless Shawnee warrior who leads several national tribes in a desperate fight to win back their Native American lands. Heartbreaking, superbly produced. Explosive action adventure. Cast: Jesse Borrego, Tantoo Cardinal. $79.98, 94 Minutes.

Tell Them Willie Boy is Here
--1970; Based on the true story of a Pauite Indian and his bride who become the objects of the last great Western manhunt after he kills her father in a "marriage by capture". As the pressure builds, the events explode in tragic deaths. A subtle intense document of racial persecution that stands as a fine film. Cast: Robert Redford, Katherine Ross, Robert Blake. $??, 98 Minutes.

--1992; An FBI agent is sent to solve a murder on a Sioux Indian reservation. He learns of his native culture and soon believes the U.S. government framed an innocent man. A crackerjack mystery and a personal triumph of the heart. Exciting action. Cast: Val Kilmer, Graham Greene, Chief Ted Thin Elk, Sam Shepard. $12.99, 118 Minutes.

--1951; A cavalry scout attempts to sway the officers in charge not to use violence to solve their conflicts with the Sioux Indians. He struggles to prevent a bloody battle that will mean death to both sides. Cast: Van Heflin, John War Eagle, Rock Hudson. $14.95, 82 Minutes.

Walk the Proud Land
--1956; An Indian agent is sent to the Apache reservation to take over the Army's position in 1874. He would eventually succeed in his mission to bring peace to the Apaches and become the first white man to persuade Geronimo to surrender. An exciting drama about an important time in history. Cast: Audie Murphy, Anne Bancroft, Jay Silverheels. $14.99, 89 Minutes.

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