An ancient Indian warrior who has reached the end of his life is brought back from his 'death' to save his family from a raiding party of enemy Indians in this unique story of 'Indians without a single cowboy.'Written by
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James Remar as stated in interviews, which can be found on YouTube that of all the films he's been in this one is his favourite. See more »
After the scenes where his family has older Windwalker's funeral and are riding their horses home, there is a moment where the camera focuses on the horse's feet and a half-buried chain link fence is visible in the snow. See more »
[after defeating Crow Eye in battle, translated from the Crow]
You raised me, but I am no longer your son! My heart is now with my true family!
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When I visited my sister in Arizona she told me that an old girl friend of mine had been in a movie, quite some time ago. We went to one of the video places and rented the tape. (DVD was not around yet). We actually rented the movie to see Dusty Iron Wing McCrea, as that was the girl that I went with back in the 50's. We really liked the movie. My sister is actually my half sister and half Sioux Indian. So is another half sister and brother. We lived around the Sioux in South Dakota up until the mid 50's and learned of their ways and customs, so the movie was meaningful to us. I will try to get it on DVD as some of the other comments say the quality is much better than the tape.
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