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Disnay's animated Pocahontas from 1995 actor Chief Dan George [1899-81] actor Iron Eyes Cody [1904-99]
actor Jay Silverheels [1912-80] as 'Tonto' Cherokee actor Wes Studi [b. 1937] actor Will Sampson [1933-87]
          short essay

Native American actors

worldwide Native American film festivals

books on Native Americans & movies

selected films
NEW movies, coming soon

"The only thing more pathetic than Indians on TV is Indians watching Indians on TV."
— line from "Smoke Signals" [1998]

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Native American Actors
Native American Actors Directory

"American Indian Actors" [S.A.G./Multinesia Nov 2010]
Produced for the S.A.G. President's National Task Force For American Indians; directed by Sterlin Harjo; interviewees
include LaVonne Rae Andrews, Irene Bedard, Tokala Clifford, Robert Owens Greengrass, Kimberly Norris Guerrero,
Zahn McClarnon, Tamar Podemski, Atticus Todd, Gregory Zaragoza & {daughter} Rayanna Zaragoza
VHS/DVD/Blu-ray not available • full credits at IMDbwatch the full film [9:53] at YouTube

Iron Eyes Cody [1904-99] {Italian from Louisiana}
booksvideos/DVDsIMDb

Chief Dan George [1899-81] {Coast Salish of British Columbia}
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chief_Dan_George

Graham Greene {Oneida Six Nations of Canada}
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graham_Greene_(actor)

Michael Horse {mixed}
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Horse

Crystle Lightning {Plains Cree}: listing at IMDb

Sacheen Littlefeather {mixed}
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sacheen_Littlefeather

Will Sampson [1933-87] {Muscogee Creek}
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Will_Sampson

Jay Silverheels [1912-80] {Mohawk Six Nations of Canada}
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jay_Silverheels
'The Lone Ranger' Page

Wes Studi {Cherokee of Oklahoma} lives in Santa Fe, NM
browse Wes Studi on DVDofficial websitecredits at IMDbWikipedia

Raoul Trujillo {mixed}: listing at IMDbofficial website
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raoul_Trujillo



Books on Native Americans & Movies

Hollywood Indian - Stereotypes of Native Americans In Films book by John E. O'Connor   "The Hollywood Indian: Stereotypes of Native Americans In Films" [1980]
by John E. O'Connor

New Jersey State Museum 11x8¾ pb [6/80] out of print/used
Pretend Indians / In The Movies book edited by Gretchen Bataille & Charles Silet  "The Pretend Indians: Images of Native Americans In The Movies" [1980]
Edited by Gretchen M. Bataille & Charles L.P. Silet

Iowa State Univ Press 9x6 pb [1981] out of print/used
Iowa State Univ Press hardcover [1980] out of print/used
Where God Put The West book by Bette L. Stanton  "Where God Put The West: Movie Making In The Desert, A Moab - Monument Valley Movie History" [1994] by Bette L. Stanton
Canyonlands Natural History Assn. 10¾x8¼ pb [9/2004] for $13.13
Four Corners 11x8½ pb [4/94] out of print/used
Alaska Eskimos in the Movies book by Ann Fienup-Riordan  "Freeze Frame: Alaska Eskimos In The Movies" [1995]
by Ann Fienup-Riordan

Univ WA Press 10¼x8¼ pb [8/2003] for $27.50
Univ WA Press 10½x8¾ hardcover [8/95] out of print/many used
Hollywood's Indian book edited by Peter C. Rollins & John E. O'Connor  "Hollywood's Indian: The Portrayal of The Native American In Film" [1998]
Edited by Peter C. Rollins & John E. O'Connor

Univ Press of Kentucky Expanded Edition 9x6 pb [12/2003] for $24.02
Univ Press of Kentucky 9x6 pb [2/99] out of print/used
Univ Press of Kentucky 9¼x6¼ hardcover [1998] out of print/used
Celluloid Indians, Native Americans and Film book by Neva Jacquelyn Kilpatrick   "Celluloid Indians: Native Americans and Film" [1999]
by Neva Jacquelyn Kilpatrick

Univ NE Press 9x6 pb [9/99] for $17.34
Wiping the War Paint off the Lens book by Beverly R. Singer  "Wiping The War Paint Off The Lens: Native American Film and Video" [2001]
by Beverly R. Singer

Univ MN Press 10½x6½ pb [10/2001] for $20.00
Univ MN Press 10¼x7 hardcover [10/2001] out of print/used
author's faculty homepage at U.N.M. Dept. of Anthropology
Invisible Natives book by Armando Jose Prats  "Invisible Natives: Myth & Identity In The American Western" [2002]
by Armando Jose Prats

Cornell Univ Press 9¼x6¼ pb [6/2002] for $21.95
Cornell Univ Press hardcover [6/2002] for $49.95
America On Film / Representing Race, Class, Gender & Sexuality book  "America On Film: Representing Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality At The Movies" [2003] by Harry M. Benshoff & Sean Griffin
Chapter 5 is about 'Native Americans & American Film'
Wiley-Blackwell 2nd Edition 9½x7½ pb [1/2009] for $35.95
Wiley-Blackwell 9½x6½ pb [10/2003] for $39.15
Wiley-Blackwell 9¾x6¾ hardcover [10/2003] for $112.69
Making the White Man's Indian book by Angela Aleiss  "Making The White Man's Indian: Native Americans and Hollywood Movies"
[2005] by Angela Aleiss

Praeger Publrs 9x6 pb [10/2008] for $20.00
Praeger Publrs hardcover [5/2005] for $46.95
Injuns! Native Americans in the Movies book by Edward Buscombe  "Injuns!: Native Americans In The Movies" [2006]
by Edward Buscombe

Reaktion Books 6½x4½ pb [10/2006] for $12.48
Killing the Indian Maiden book by M. Elise Marubbio  "Killing The Indian Maiden: Images of Native American Women In Film" [2006] by M. Elise Marubbio
featuring analyses of Cecil B. DeMille's "The Squaw Man" [1914 silent]; DeMille's "North West Mounted Police" [1940]; King Vidor's "Duel In The Sun" [1946]; Delmer Daves's "Broken Arrow" [1950]; Charles Warren's "Arrowhead" [1953]; John Ford's "The Searchers" [1956]; Arthur Penn's "Little Big Man" [1970]; and Michael Apted's "Thunderheart" [1992]
Univ Press of Kentucky 9x6 pb [8/2009] for $25.00
Univ Press of Kentucky 9x6¼ hardcover [12/2006] for $50.00
Savages and Saints / Indians In Westerns book by Bob Herzberg  
"Savages and Saints: The Changing Image of American Indians In Westerns"
[2008] by Bob Herzberg

McFarland & Co. 10x7 hardcover [7/2008] for $55.00
Circle the Wagons book by Susan J. & Gregory F. Michno  
"Circle The Wagons!: Attacks On Wagon Trains In History and Hollywood Films"
[2008] by Gregory F. & Susan J. Michno

McFarland & Co. 10x7¼ hardcover [11/2008] for $55.00
Indigenous Films in North America book by Kerstin Knopf  "Decolonizing The Lens of Power: Indigenous Films In North America" [2009]
by Kerstin Knopf

The films analyzed include two 'oral tradition' documentaries, three short films, and four dramatic feature films: "Honey Moccasin" [1998] by Shelley Niro; "Big Bear" [1998 TV miniseries] by Gil Cardinal; "Smoke Signals" [1998] by Chris Eyre; and "Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner" [2001] by Zacharias Kunuk
Editions Rodopi BV 9x6 hardcover [5/2009] for $157.00
Reservation Reelism book by Michelle H. Raheja  "Reservation Reelism: Redfacing, Visual Sovereignty, and Representations of Native Americans In Film" [2011]
by Michelle H. Raheja

Kindle Edition from Univ Nebraska Press [2011] for $14.99
Univ Nebraska Press 8½x5½ pb [7/2013] for $30.00
Univ Nebraska Press 8½x5½ hardcover [2011] for $50.00

Seeing Red / American Indians & Film anthology edited by LeAnne Howe, Harvey Markowitz & Denise K. Cummings  "Seeing Red: Hollywood's Pixeled Skins - American Indians and Film" [2013]
Edited by LeAnne Howe, Harvey Markowitz & Denise K. Cummings

Kindle Edition from Michigan State Univ Press [3/2013] for $14.37
Michigan State Univ Press 10x7 pb [3/2013] for $24.69
includes 36 reviews of films portraying Native Americans: "The Vanishing American" [1925] starring Richard Dix; "Redskin" [1929] starring Richard Dix; "Waikiki Wedding" [1937]; John Ford's "Drums Aong The Mohawk" [1939]; King Vidor's "Duel In The Sun"
[1946]; John Ford's "Fort Apache" [1948]; John Ford's "She Wore A Yellow Ribbon" [1949]; "Broken Arrow" [1950] starring James Stewart; Raoul Walsh's "Distant Drums" [1951]; Walt Disney's animated "Peter Pan" [1953]; Walt Disney's "Davy Crockett, King of The Wild Frontier" [1955]; "The Far Horizons" [1955]; John Ford's "The Searchers" [1956]; John Huston's "The Unforgiven" [1960]; "The Savage Innocents" [1960] starring Anthony Quinn; "Navajo Joe" [1966]; "Tell Them Willie Boy Is Here" [1969] starring Robert Redford; "Little Big Man" [1970] starring Dustin Hoffman; "A Man Called Horse" [1970] starring Richard Harris; Tom Laughlin's "Billy Jack" [1971]; "The Manitou" [1978]; "Wolfen" [1981]; "Dances With Wolves" [1990] starring Kevin Costner; "The Last of The Mohicans" [1992] starring Daniel Day-Lewis; "Thunderheart" [1992]; "Medicine River" TV movie [1993]; Disney Studios's animated "Pocahontas" [1995]; "The Indian In The Cupboard" [1995]; "The Education of Little Tree" [1997]; "Smoke Signals" [1998] written by Sherman Alexie; "Big Eden" [2000]; "The Doe Boy" [2001]; "The Business of Fancydancing" [2002] written & directed by Sherman Alexie; "Windtalkers" [2002] directed by John Woo; "Hidalgo" [2004]; and "Black Cloud" [2004]


Worldwide Native American Film Festivals

American Indian Film Institute [est. 1979] of San Francisco, California

American Indian Film Festival in SFO
Denver [CO] Indigenous Film & Arts Festival [Oct 2013 = #10]
First Nations Film and Video Festival
First Nations/First Features
First Peoples' Festival in Montreal
Future Voices Native Film & Video Festival [Aug 2017 = #8] of Santa Fe, New Mexico
Heard Museum Film Festival
imagineNATION Film Festival
imagineNATIVE Film Festival
Indigenous Independent Film Festival [April 2006 = #1] in Albuquerque, New Mexico
International Cherokee Film Festival
Native Cinema Showcase [Aug 2017 = #17] in Santa Fe, New Mexico
Native Eyes Film Showcase
Native Filmmakers Showcase
Native Voice Film Festival
Southwest Native American Film & Video Festival
True West Cinema Festival


Selected Films
{ in chronological order }

search DVDs at Amazon on keywords 'american indians'
search on keyword 'indians' at Internet Movie Database

American Indian Film Institute [est. 1979] of San Francisco, CA

Western Movie Film Festival Pages
Books About Western Movies

year 1970 • • year 2000 • • NEW movies, coming soon


American Indian Collection 1991 VHS 5-tape box set from P.B.S.  "American Indian Collection" VHS Box Set from P.B.S. [1991]
P.B.S. Home Video color VHS set [4/91] 5 tapes - out of prodn/used
contains 5 feature-length documentary films: "Myths and Moundbuilders" [1981] episode of 'Odyssey'; "Seasons of A Navajo" [P.B.S. 1984]; "Geronimo and The Apache Resistence" [Nov 1988] episode of 'American Experience'; "The Spirit of Crazy Horse" [1990] episode of 'Frontline'; and "Winds of Change: A Matter of Promises" [PBS-WI 1990]
Classic American Indian Movies DVD box set   "Classic American Indian Movies 3-Pack" DVD Box Set [2003]
B.F.S. Ent. DVD set [7/2003] out of prodn/used
contains 3 feature films on one disk: "Battles of Chief Pontiac" [b&w 1952] starring Lon Chaney, Jr. & Lex Barker; "Sitting Bull" [1954] starring J. Carrol Naish, Dale Robertson & Iron Eyes Cody; and "Cry Blood, Apache" [1970] starring Jody MacCrae & Joel MacCrae
American Indian Collection 2010 DVD 6-disk box set from Questar  "American Indian Collection" DVD Box Set [2010]
Questar DVD set [2/2010] 6 disks for $49.99
contains 6 feature-length films: "Great Indian Leaders and Nations" [1994] with segments on Crazy Horse, Chief Joseph, Geronimo & Quanah Parker, and on the Iroquois, Seminole, Shawnee, Cheyenne, Navajo and Lakota Sioux tribes; "I Will Fight No More Forever" [Wolper/ABC-TV 1975] about Chief Joseph's heroic trek, starring Ned Romero, Sam Elliot & James Whitmore; "Windrunner" family TV movie [1995] set in modern Utah, starring Jason Wiles & Russell Means; "The Sign of The Beaver" family TV movie [CBS-TV Jan 1997] set in 1768 Maine; "Sacagawea: Heroine of The Lewis & Clark Journey" YA docufilm [2004]; and "The Legend of Tillamook's Gold" family feature film [2006] set on the Oregon coast

"Trail of Tears: A Native American Documentary Collection" [2010]
Trail of Tears documentary collection   Mill Creek Ent. color DVD [3/2010] 2 disks for $12.99
contains 4 documentary feature films: "Native American Healing In The 21st Century" [1999]; "Black Indians: An American Story" [2001]; "The Trail of Tears: Cherokee Legacy" [2006] also below; and "Our Spirits Don't Speak English: Indian Boarding School" [2008]
producer's official website

http://www.amazon.com/Native-American-Indians-VHS-Americans/dp/6303445438/
http://www.amazon.com/NATIVE-AMERICANS-TRIBUTE-None/dp/B001BXNALQ/
http://www.amazon.com/Silent-Enemy-Epic-American-Indian/dp/B0025X4PFG/
http://www.amazon.com/Indian-Warriors-Untold-History-Channel/dp/B000P6R5PW/


"The Last of The Mohicans"  [1826 novel]
This is the only Native American-themed tale with multiple films made from it, and in fact, it was made three times as a silent short, three times as a
silent feature (one in Germany), as a 1957 TV series, as four long-form TV movies, as three TV mini-series, and as eight sound feature films.

This section was finally split off to its own page in Summer 2017.


"Ramona: The Story of The White Man's Injustice To The Indian" [17 mins; May 1910]
Co-written & directed by D.W. Griffith; co-written by Stanner E.V. Taylor, based on the 1884 novel by Helen Hunt Jackson;
starring Mary Pickford, Henry B. Walthall, Francis J. Grandon & Kate Bruce; credits at IMDb

watch Griffith's "Ramona" [1910 short] on YouTube

"White Fawn's Devotion" all-Native American silent short film [Pathé Frères June 1910] /tt0300652/

"A Pueblo Legend" [13 minutes; Aug 1912]
Filmed at the Pueblo of Isleta Tuei in New Mexico; written & directed by D.W. Griffith; starring
Mary Pickford, Wilfred Lucas, Robert Harron, J. Jiquel Lanoe, Charles Hill Mailes & Jack Pickford
print exists only at the Mary Pickford Archive; full credits from IMDb

"The Squaw Man" silent feature
[Famous Players-Lasky Feb 1914]
still photo from DeMille's "The Squaw Man" [1914 silent] with Dustin Farnum & Red Wing  Partly filmed along then-natural Ballona Creek in Culver City, California as well as at San Pedro Harbor, Hollywood & Chatsworth; British nobleman James is framed for embezzlement by his cousin, and flees to the American West; he acquires a ranch and marries a local Ute Indian girl; the crooked cousin dies, leaving a written confession, and word arrives that James can return to England; he refuses to leave Wyoming but agrees to allow his half-breed son to go, for the advantages of an aristocratic upbringing; distraught over the loss of her son, and pursued by the sheriff over an old crime, the Indian girl kills herself; James then returns to England as the new Earl of Kerhill. Co-produced & co-directed by Cecil B. DeMille; co-directed by Oscar Apfel; based on the 1905 Broadway stageplay by Edwin Milton Royle; starring Dustin Farnum & Red Wing, with Monroe Salisbury, Winifred Kingston, William Elmer & Hal Roach
Alpha Video b&w silent DVD [7/2006] for $7.98
full credits at IMDbmovie entry at Wikipedia

remade by DeMille as a 1918 silent feature and as a 1931 sound feature

"Last of The Line" [1914]
Directed by Thomas Ince, starring Sessue Hayakawa

"The Daughter of Dawn" all-Native American silent film [Texas Film Co. 1920]
'The Daughter of Dawn' 1920 all-Native American silent feature film  Filmed in the Wichita Mountains of Oklahoma; cast is entirely Comanche & Kiowa Indians; film was shown locally and at preview screenings in Los Angeles, Oklahoma City, and at the White House, but never released and long thought lost; nitrate print discovered in Georgia in 2005 was restored and shown in 2012; very authentic record of Plains Indian life, as the 300 actors brought their own teepees and clothing and horses and household practices; DVD & Blu-ray include 8 short docufilms.
Co-written & directed by Norbert A. Myles; produced & co-written by Richard Banks; starring Belo Cozad, Em-koy-e-tie, Hunting Horse, Esther LeBarre {as Daughter of Dawn}, Wanada Parker, White Parker, Jack Sankeydoty, Old Man Saupitty, Slim Tyebo, Oscar Yellow Wolf; listed at the Library of Congress National Film Registry (2013)
Milestone Films b&w Blu-ray [7/2016] for $34.95
Milestone Films b&w DVD [7/2016] for $29.95
full credits at IMDbdistributor's official moviesite
watch 2/2014 KFDX-3 TV docu segment [6:58] online at YouTube
Oklahoma Historical Society 5/2012 article by Leo Kelley (.PDF file with photos)

"The Round-Up" silent feature [Famous Players-Lasky Oct 1920]
The Round-Up starring Fatty Arbuckle  The first feature film made near Lone Pine, California; tag line: "Nobody loves a fat man"; the film is not a comedy, per se, although Arbuckle and Keaton do a couple of pratfalls; tha main story is about rounding up the evil redskins so the white men can take over their land. Directed by George Melford; scenario by Tom Forman, based on the 1907 Broadway stageplay by Edmund Day; starring Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, Mabel Julienne Scott, Irving Cummings, Tom Forman, Jean Acker, Edward P. Sullivan, Wallace Beery, Guy Oliver, Jane Wolfe & Fred Huntley, with Buster Keaton as an Indian; print at Library of Congress is described as beautiful; VHS tape was produced around 1999, long unavailable; as-of 2013, VHS/DVD/Blu-ray not available
full credits at IMDbmovie entry at Wikipedia

"The Vanishing American" [Paramount 1925]
Zane Grey's The Vanishing American silent Western movie directed by George B. Seitz, starring Richard Dix   Directed by George B. Seitz; starring Richard Dix, Lois Wilson & Noah Beery
Image Ent b&w DVD for $22.49
full credits from IMDb
1955 version: full credits from IMDb

based on the 1925 novel by Zane Grey [1872-1939]
Harper pb [10/91] for $5.49

"Sitting Bull At The Spirit Lake Massacre" silent Western movie [1927] /tt0017399/

"Redskin" [1929] starring Richard Dix

"The Squaw Man" sound feature remake [M.G.M. Sept 1931]
The Squaw Man 1931 remake by Cecil B. DeMille  Same plot as before: British nobleman under a cloud for embezzlement finds a wife in the American Southwest; when his cousin dies and confesses the crime, he has a chance to return to England and assume the title. Produced & directed by Cecil B. DeMille; based on the 1905 Broadway stageplay by Edwin Milton Royle (and on the DeMille films of 1914 & 1918); starring Warner Baxter, Lupe Velez, Eleanor Boardman, Charles Bickford, Paul Cavanagh & Julia Faye
DVD/Blu-ray not available • full credits at IMDbmovie entry at Wikipedia

John Ford's "Drums Along The Mohawk" [1939]

Cecil B. DeMille's "North West Mounted Police" [1940] /tt0032850/

King Vidor's "Duel In The Sun" [1946]

John Ford's "Fort Apache" [1948]

John Ford's "She Wore A Yellow Ribbon" [1949]

Delmer Daves's "Broken Arrow" [1950] starring James Stewart /tt0042286/

Raoul Walsh's "Distant Drums" [1951]

"Battles of Chief Pontiac" [1952] /tt0044400/
with Lex Barker, Helen Westcott & Lon Chaney Jr.

"Captain John Smith and Pocahontas"
[United Artists Nov 1953] /tt0045603/

Charles Warren's "Arrowhead" [1953] /tt0045518/

Walt Disney's animated "Peter Pan" [1953]

"Sitting Bull" [1954] /tt0047501/
with Dale Robertson, J. Carrol Naish & Iron Eyes Cody

Walt Disney's "Davy Crockett, King of The Wild Frontier" [1955]

"The Far Horizons" [1955];

John Ford's "The Searchers" [1956]

"The White Squaw" [Columbia Pictures Nov 1956]
lobby card for 'The White Squaw' 1956 Western movie  The White Squaw Western novel by Larabie Sutter  "Fighting woman of the West"; no plot details found; the VHS cover says "A berserk pioneer starts his own Indian war" • Directed by Ray Nazarro; written by Les Savage Jr., based on the novel by Larabie Sutter; starring May Wynn, David Brian, William Bishop, Nancy Hale, William Leslie, Myron Healey, Robert C. Ross, Frank DeKova, George Keymas, Roy Roberts, Grant Withers, Paul Birch, Wally Vernon, Neyle Morrow & Guy Teague • full credits at IMDb
DVD/Blu-ray not available • Goodtimes Home Video b&w VHS [undated] for $49.99
based on the 1952 novel by Larabie Sutter
"The Indian princess knelt to the sun - her white lover knelt to gold"
Fawcett Gold Medal mass pb [1957] out of print/scarce

"Broken Arrow" TV series [Fox/ABC-TV 1956–60] /tt0048848/

"The Light In The Forest" [Disney 1958]
based on the 1953 novel by Conrad Richter

"Law of The Plainsman" TV series [NBC-TV 1959–60]
Law of The Plainsman TV series starring Michael Ansara  Producers Levy-Gardner-Laven spun this series off from their hit Western series "The Rifleman"; it starred Lebanese actor Michael Ansara as an Apache Indian who attends Harvard University and then returns to New Mexico as a Deputy Marshal; also starring Gina Gillespie, Robert Harland, Dayton Lummis & Nora Marlowe; 30-episode half-hour b&w series was later syndicated with three other short series as "The Westerners"
video/DVD/Blu-ray not available • series credits at IMDb

John Huston's "The Unforgiven" [1960]

"The Savage Innocents" [1960] starring Anthony Quinn

"The Exiles" [Pathé/Milestone 1961 & 1970 & 2008]
The Exiles movie poster rerelease 2008  U.S.C. student Kent MacKenzie [1930-80] took a non-traditional career direction and developed "The Exiles" in collab- oration with actual residents of the once-elegant neighborhood of Bunker Hill in Downtown Los Angeles. By the late 1950s, the area had become flophouses and seedy mansions, all slated for demolition for replacement by office towers and the Los Angeles Music Center. The brilliant film never received distribution, though Native American writers & activists considered the film as one of the first works of art to portray modern off-reservation life honestly, and teachers in film schools around the world independently re-discovered the lost b&w masterwork. It was not until filmmaker Thom Andersen used a few of MacKenzie's glowing night scenes in the compilation documentary "Los Angeles Plays Itself" [2003], that Hollywood realized the film's worth. Mile-stone Films acquired the rights from MacKenzie's two daughters, the UCLA Film Archive produced a restored print, and theatrical distribution began in 2008. Bonus features on DVD include Kent Mackenzie shorts "A Skill For Molina" [1960], "Story of A Rodeo Cowboy" [1962], and "Ivan and His Father" [1970]; documentary short "Bunker Hill: A Tale of Urban Renewal" by Greg Kimble; "White Fawn's Devotion" Native American silent short [1910], plus a DVD-ROM with the script, publicity material, Mackenzie's masters thesis, and more.
Produced, written & directed by Kent MacKenzie; re-release 'Presented by Sherman Alexie & Charles Burnett'; starring Homer Nish, Yvonne Williams & Tom Reynolds; listed on the National Film Registry (2009)
Oscilloscope/Milestone b&w DVD [11/2009] 2 disks for $27.49
full credits from IMDbofficial movie sitefilm entry at Wikipedia

"Island of The Blue Dolphins" [1964]
based on book by Scott O'Dell /0547328613/

"Cheyenne Autumn" [Warner Oct 1964]
Cheyenne Autumn movie poster directed by John Ford, starring Richard Widmark & James Stewart  A starving band of relocated Cheyenne Indians decides to trek 1500 miles back to their homeland; the U.S. Army officer sent to force them back to the reservation learns to respect them, and decides to help them. • Co-produced & directed by John Ford; script by James R. Webb, adapted from two books; Oscar nom for Best Color Cinematography (filmed in Technicolor™ & Super Panavision 70™); starring Richard Widmark, Carroll Baker, Karl Malden, Sal Mineo, Dolores del Rio, Ricardo Montalban, Gilbert Roland, Arthur Kennedy {as Doc Holliday}, Patrick Wayne, Elizabeth Allen, John Carradine, Victor Jory, Mike Mazurki, George O'Brien, Sean McClory, Judson Pratt, Carmen D'Antonio, Ken Curtis, James Stewart {as Wyatt Earp}, Edward G. Robinson, Harry Carey Jr., Denver Pyle, Ben Johnson & Mae Marsh; won Western Heritage Bronze Wrangler Award in 1965 • The Souix Indian warriors were portrayed mostly by Navajo Indians from the Monument Valley location; they were asked to speak in their language for certain scenes, to make up the dialogue; the joke is that an accurate translation shows them making fun of the 'bluecoat' officers' genitalia.
Warner widescreen color DVD [2/2007] for $17.99
Warner color VHS [7/94] out of prodn/many used
full credits from IMDbmovie entry at Wikipedia

Cheyenne Autumn novel by Mari Sandoz  "Cheyenne Autumn" [McGraw-Hill 1953] by Mari Sandoz [1896-1966]
A proud band of relocated Northern Cheyenne leaves the Indian Territory (Oklahoma) in 1878 to return to their ancestral homeland in Yellowstone, a trek of 1500 miles.
Bison Books 8x5 2nd edition pb [10/2005] for $13.22
Bison Books 8x5¼ pb [2/92] for $12.71
Tandem Library 8¼x5½ hardcover [10/99] for $24.55
"The Last Frontier" [1941] by Howard Fast
M.E. Sharpe/North Castle 9x6 pb [2/97] for $23.95

"The Great Sioux Massacre" [1965]

"Navajo Joe" [1966]

"Tell Them Willie Boy Is Here" [1969] starring Robert Redford

"Cry Blood, Apache" [1970] /tt0065596/
Directed by Jack Starrett; co-produced by & starring Jody McCrea & Joel McCrea

"Little Big Man" [National General Pictures Dec 1970]
Little Big Man movie directed by Arthur Penn, starring Dustin Hoffman  Directed by Arthur Penn; based on the Thomas Berger novel; starring Dustin Hoffman, Faye Dunaway, Martin Balsam, Richard Mulligan, Jeff Corey {as 'Wild Bill' Hickok} & Aimée Eccles; nominated for Best Supporting Actor Oscar (Chief Dan George) and for WGA Best Adaptation
Paramount widescreen color DVD [4/2003] for $7.99
Paramount color VHS [11/2000] for $9.95
full credits from IMDb
Little Big Man novel by Thomas Berger  based on the 1964 novel by Thomas Berger
Delacorte 8x5¼ pb [10/89] for $11.96
Isis UNABR audio [1/2000] for $104.95
"Return of Little Big Man" by Thomas Berger [1999]
Back Bay 8¼x5½ pb [2/2000] for $11.16
Isis UNABR audio [1/2001] for $104.95

"A Man Called Horse" [1970]
starring Richard Harris; won Western Heritage Bronze Wrangler Award in 1971

Tom Laughlin's "Billy Jack" [1971]

"Chato's Land" [1972] starring Charles Bronson & Jack Palance
http://www.amazon.com/Chatos-Land-Charles-Bronson/dp/B00005LOL5/

"When The Legends Die" [Fox Oct 1972]
When The Legends Die movie directed by Stuart Millar, starring Richard Widmark & Frederic Forrest  When The Legends Die novel by Hal Borland  Filmed on location in Colorado & New Mexico; a Ute Indian boy raised in the wild competes on the rodeo circuit and learns about America and himself. Directed by Stuart Millar; starring Richard Widmark, Frederic Forrest, Luana Anders & John War Eagle
Fox color VHS [7/88] out of prodn/used
full credits from IMDb
based on the 1963 novel by Hal Borland
Bantam Starfire pb [8/84] for $5.99

"I Heard The Owl Call My Name" [TV 1973] /tt0070206/
based on book by Margaret Craven /0440343690/

"Dineh: The People" docu feature [1975]
directed by Steven Hornick & Jonathan Reinis; no listing on IMDb {2010}

"I Will Fight No More Forever" [Wolper/ABC=TV 1975] /tt0073138/
about Chief Joseph's heroic trek; based on a book; starring Ned Romero, Sam Elliot & James Whitmore

"Buffalo Bill & The Indians, or Sitting
Bull's History Lesson"
[De Laurentiis June 1976]
Buffalo Bill & The Indians movie directed by Robert Altman, starring Paul Newman  Directed by Robert Altman [1925-2006]; based on the stage play by Arthur L. Kopit; starring Paul Newman {as 'Buffalo Bill' Cody}, Joel Grey, Geraldine Chaplin, Will Sampson, Frank Kaquitts, Pat McCormick, Shelley Duvall, Noelle Rogers & Burt Lancaster
MGM/UA widescreen DVD [5/2001] for $17.98
MGM/UA color VHS [5/2000] for $14.95
full credits from IMDb
Based on the 1969 stage play "Indians: A Play" by Arthur L. Kopit
Bantam movie tie-in pb [1976] out of print/used

"Three Warriors" [1977] by Kieth Merrill /tt0076818/

"The Manitou" [1978]

"Images of Indians" documentary TV mini-series [PBS 1979] narrated by Will Sampson /tt1672376/

"Wolfen" [1981]

"Windwalker" [1981] directed by Kieth Merrill /tt0081760/

"Myths and Moundbuilders" [1981] episode of 'Odyssey'

Godfrey Reggio's 'Qatsi Trilogy'
three abstract documentary films [1983-2002], somewhat based on Hopi traditions, music by Philip Glass

"Seasons of A Navajo" [P.B.S. 1984]

"The Red Fury" feature video [1984]

Arlene Bowman's "Navajo Talking Picture" [1984 short] /tt0244675/
A Navajo filmmaker wants to record her grandmother's traditional lifestyle, but the old woman refuses to cooperate.

"Broken Rainbow" [indep 1985]
Co-written & directed by Victoria Mudd; won Oscar® for Best Documentary Feature
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/B000FBFZ18/

"Hopi: Songs of The Fourth World" [1985] /tt0347191/
directed by Pat Ferrero

"Geronimo and The Apache Resistence"
[Nov 1988] episode of 'American Experience'

"Powwow Highway"  [HandMade Films / Warner Bros. Feb 1989]
Filmed in Technicolor in Montana, South Dakota & Wyoming, and in Santa Fe, Taos & Nambe Reservation
in New Mexico; directed by Jonathan Wacks; based on the novel by David Seals; starring A Martinez, Gary Farmer,
Joannelle Nadine Romero, Amanda Wyss, Sam Vlahos, Wayne Waterman, Margot Kane, Geoffrey Rivas, Roscoe Born,
John Trudell, Wes Studi & Graham Greene; won Filmmakers Trophy at Sundance Film Festival • full credits at IMDb

"The Spirit of Crazy Horse" [1990] episode of 'Frontline'

"Winds of Change: A Matter of Promises" [PBS-WI 1990]

"Dances With Wolves" [Orion Nov 1990]
Best Picture Oscar  Dances With Wolves movie directed by & starring Kevin Costner  Directed by & starring Kevin Costner; novel & screenplay by Michael Blake; co-starring Mary McDonnell, Graham Greene & Wes Studi; won Oscars for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Script, Best Sound, Best Music, Best Cinematography, Best Editing, nominated for 3 Best Acting (KC, GG, MM), Best Art Direction, Best Costumes; also won DGA, WGA & many other awards; won Western Heritage Bronze Wrangler Award in 1991
Image Ent widescreen DVD [11/98] for $26.99
MGM/UA color VHS [12/2001] for $9.94
Sony soundtrack CD [11/90] for $14.99
full credits from IMDbtheme music [2min:03sec]
Dances With Wolves novel by Michael Blake  based on the 1988 novel by Michael Blake
Fawcett movie tie-in pb [11/90] for $6.99
Econo-Clad hardcover [10/99] for $13.35
Random House UNABR audio [10/96] out of print/used
Dances With Wolves script  "Dances With Wolves: The Illustrated Story of the Epic Film"
Newmarket Press pb [9/2002] for $13.27
Newmarket 11x8½ hardcover [10/91] for $29.95

"Dances With Wolves: The Illustrated Screenplay & Abridged Story"
Newmarket Press 8x5 pb [11/91] for $4.95

"Black Robe" [1991]
based on a novel by Brian Moore /0452278651/

"The Great Indian Wars, 1540-1890 " [1991]
Great Indian Wars 1991 documentary film  5-part TV documentary produced & directed by Dan Dalton; narrated by Jack Hanrahan; featuring still photos & archive footage of Lloyd Bridges, Iron Eyes Cody, Jim Davis, Geronimo, Tim Holt, John Ireland, George Montgomery, Hugh O'Brian & Sitting Bull
Mill Creek Ent. color DVD [8/2009] for $5.99
B.C.I./Eclipse color DVD [10/2005] for $6.72
Mill Creek Ent. color DVD in collectible tin [8/2010] for $13.49
Simitar Ent. color VHS [3/91] for $4.87
credits at IMDb

Michael Apted's "Thunderheart" [1992] /tt0105585/

"The Last of His Tribe" [1992]

"1492: Conquest of Paradise"
[Gaumont/Paramount Oct 1992] /tt0103594/
Directed by Ridley Scott; music by Vangelis; starring Gérard Depardieu

"Medicine River" TV movie [1993]

"War Against The Indians" docufilm
[CBC-TV Canada 1992, USA April 1993] /tt0125591/ 6304524676

"Discovery Channel: How The West Was Lost"
6-hour mini-series [May 1993]
How The West Was Lost from Discovery Channel  Produced & directed by Chris Wheeler & Sonny Hutchinson; segments include "The Navajo: A Clash of Cultures"; "The Nez Perce of Oregon: I Will Fight No More Forever"; "The Apache"; "The Cheyenne: The Only Good Indian Is A Dead Indian"; "The Lakota Sioux" A Good Day To Die"; "The Seminole: Unconquered"; and "The Iroquois: Divided We Fall"
Apache Time-Life Video color VHS [1993] out of prodn/scarce
Cheyenne (58 min.) Time-Life Video color VHS [1993] out of prodn/used
Iroquois (50 min.) Time-Life Video color VHS [1993] out of prodn/used
Lakota (58 min.) Time-Life Video color VHS [1993] out of prodn/used
Lakota 2 (58 min.) Time-Life Video color VHS [1993] out of prodn/used
Navajo (50 min.) Time-Life Video color VHS [1993] out of prodn/used
Nez Perce (58 min.) Time-Life Video color VHS [1993] out of prodn/used
Seminole Time-Life Video color VHS [1993] out of prodn/used
DVD/Blu-ray not available; no entry at IMDb
"How The West Was Lost" music by Peter Kater, with R. Carlos Nakai
Volume 1: Silver Wave soundtrack CD [4/93] 23 tracks - out of prodn/many used
Volume 2: Silver Wave soundtrack CD [1/95] 24 tracks for $16.98

Randy Redhorse's "High Horse" [1994] not listed on IMDb

"Lakota Woman: Siege At Wounded Knee" TV movie [Oct 1994]
won Western Heritage Bronze Wrangler Award in 1995

"The Longest Walk" [BBC-TV Oct 1994] /tt1319930/

"500 Nations" 8-episode TV mini-series [April 1995]
Co-produced & hosted by Kevin Costner; co-produced & directed by Jack Leustig
/B0002S65WC/ VHS 6303418767

"The Indian In The Cupboard" [1995]
based on book by Lynne Reid Banks and Brock Cole
http://www.amazon.com/Indian-Cupboard-Lynne-Reid-Banks/dp/0380600129/

"Pocahontas" animated feature [Disney 1995] /tt0114148/
"The Making of Pocahontas: A Legend Comes To Life" [1995 TV] /tt0458418/

"Pocahontas II: Journey To A New World"
[1998 video release] /tt0143808/

"The Native Americans" 5-episode TV mini-series [Oct 1995] /tt0215431/
with elder John Mohawk, narrated by Joy Harvo /6303359981/

"Eastern Indians: Native Americans Before Columbus" [indep 1997]
Native Americans Before Columbus educational video  28-minute educational video about pre-Columbian societies east of the
Mississippi River, including Hopewell and Cahokia
• not listed on IMDb
New Dimension Media color DVD-R [9/2011] for $29.99

"The Sign of The Beaver" family TV movie [CBS-TV Jan 1997]
set in 1768 Maine; based on a book by Elizabeth George Speare /0440479002/

"The Education of Little Tree" [Paramount Dec 1997]
full credits at IMDbwatch the trailer online

"Honey Moccasin" [1998] by Shelley Niro - not listed on IMDb

"Big Bear" TV miniseries [Canada 1998] by Gil Cardinal /tt0159851/

Chris Eyre's "Smoke Signals" [1998] written by Sherman Alexie /tt0120321/
http://www.amazon.com/Smoke-Signals-Adam-Beach/dp/6305428417/
http://www.amazon.com/Smoke-Signals-Sherman-Alexie/dp/0786883928/

"Big Eden" [2000]

"The Doe Boy" [2001]

"Atanarjuat (The Fast Runner)" [2001] /tt0285441/
http://www.onf-nfb.gc.ca/eng/collection/film/?id=50131
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/B00006RG78/
http://www.amazon.com/Fast-Runner-Filming-Atanarjuat-Indigenous/dp/0803222084/

"Christmas In The Clouds"
[indep; festival circuit 2001, theatrical release Nov 2005]
Christmas In The Clouds 2001 feature film  Described as 'a heart-warming screwball comedy'; set at Christmas time at tribal-owned Sky Mountain resort; mana-ger Ray learns that an important travel publication is sending someone to review the resort, but the VIP treatment is given to the wrong person, a beautiful Native American woman who mistakenly concludes that Ray is the pen pal she came there to meet. Co-produced by the Stockbridge Munsee Band of Mohican Indians; written and directed by Kate Montgomery; starring Timothy Vahle, Mariana Tosca, Sam Vlahos, M. Emmet Walsh & Graham Greene
Hannover House widescreen color DVD [11/2006] for $8.99
full credits at IMDb

"The Business of Fancydancing" [2002] written & directed by Sherman Alexie

"Windtalkers" [2002] directed by John Woo

"Images of Indians: How Hollywood Stereotyped the Native American"
documentary TV movie
[July 2003] /tt0374735/
Co-written & co-directed by Jason Witmer & Chris O'Brien; co-written by Brock DeShane & Jeff Hildebrandt; narrated by Nicholas Schatzki; with archive footage of Evan Adams, Lola Albright, Gene Autry, Carroll Baker, Adam Beach, Irene Bedard, Henry Brandon, Philip Carey, Iron Eyes Cody, Chuck Connors, Alex Cord, Kevin Costner, Susan Cummings, Charlton Heston, Guy Madison, Francis McDonald, Darren McGavin, Sal Mineo, Ricardo Montalban, George Montgomery, Jack Palance, Hank Patterson, Addison Richards, Gilbert Roland, Wes Studi, John War Eagle, Richard Widmark & Natalie Wood; won Western Heritage Bronze Wrangler Award in 2004

"Warrior Women: Lozen" TV docu [Discovery Nov 2003] /tt0744082/
cable docu about the sister of Apache warrior Victorio, hosted by Lucy Lawless

"Hidalgo" [March 2004]

"Black Cloud" [Oct 2004] /tt0363475/
A young Navajo trains for the Olympic boxing team

"5th World" [festival circuit 2005] /tt0436019/

"The Trail of Tears: Cherokee Legacy" [indep Feb 2006]
Trail of Tears, Cherokee Legacy documentary film from Rich-Heape Films  Produced by Steven R. Heape; directed by Chip Richie; written by Daniel Blake Smith; narrated by James Earl Jones; featuring Wes Studi, Rita Coolidge, James Garner, Crystal Gayle, Wilma Mankiller, many others
Rich-Heape Films color DVD [2/2006] for $32.49
full credits at IMDbofficial movie site

"Mile Post 398" [indep 2007]
Written, produced & directed by Shonie & Andee De La Rosa, using an all-Navajo cast & crew
not listed on IMDb • official movie site

"Bury My Heart At Wounded Knee" TV movie [May 2007] /tt0821638/
based on Dee Brown's book; won Western Heritage Bronze Wrangler Award
http://www.amazon.com/Bury-My-Heart-Wounded-Knee/dp/B000R20164/

Native Americans Tribute video  "Native Americans: A Tribute" [indep June 2008]
"Paintings, Photographs, and Narrative History of The Native American Tribes of North America"
75-minute educational video; contents include paintings of George Catlin and Charles Bird King, and the amazing photographs of Edward S. Curtis • Co-written & directed by James Stewart; co-written by Wayne Clark • not listed on IMDb
Native American Prodns color DVD-R [6/2008] for $12.95

"We Shall Remain" series on American Experience April-May 2009
http://www.amazon.com/We-Shall-Remain-Benjamin-Bratt/dp/B001UW59JO/

"Reel Injun" documentary film
[National Film Board of Canada Feb 2010, Lorber Films USA Oct 2010]
Reel Injun documentary film from Cree filmmaker Neil Diamond  Documentary about the evolution of the depiction of First Nations people in film, from the silent era to today; traces how the image of First Nations people in cinema has influenced the understanding and misunderstanding of their culture & history; featuring candid interviews and hundreds of movie clips. • from Cree filmmaker Neil Diamond of Canada; written & co-directed by Catherine Bainbridge & Jeremiah Hayes; interviewees include Adam Beach, Clint Eastwood, filmmaker Chris Eyre, Graham Greene, filmmaker Jim Jarmusch, Sacheen Littlefeather, Russell Means & John Trudell
DVD/Blu-ray not yet available
full credits at IMDbofficial movie site

"Dakota 38" [Smooth Feather Sept 2012]
Dakota 38 online feature documentary  The movie title derives from the 38 Dakota Sioux warriors who were hanged en masse in Mankato, Minnesota in December 1862 before the tribe was expelled to the badlands of Nebrasks and The Dakota Territory. In 2005, Jim Miller had a vision about horses and riders going east as a way to heal, and to reconcile with the past, especially with the 1862 expulsion from Minnesota. The route from South Dakota to Mankato was 330 miles and took ?? days. Filmed by Silas Hagerty
DVD available for donation at producer's website {PayPal or Amazon options}
credits at IMDbofficial movie sitewatch 7/2012 official trailer [2:37] at YouTube
watch full movie in HD [1:18:11] at YouTube

"Lesser Blessed" [Canada May 2013]
Announced 10/2011: Gen One Films will produce Canadian writer-director Anita Doron’s feature film based on
the 1996 novel by Richard Van Camp about a First Nations teenager struggling to cope with a painful past
and trying to find his place in the modern world; Benjamin Bratt will star • latest info at IMDb

"The Cherokee Word For Water" [indep 2013]
  Cherokee Word For Water biofilm about Wilma Mankiller  Filmed in Tahlequah, Oklahoma; true story of two Cherokee activists who inspired a depressed and hopeless village that was without water to build a sixteen-mile pipeline, working together as volunteers. Co-written & directed by Tim Kelly; co-produced & co-written by Louise Rubacky; starring Kimberly Guerrero, Moses 'Mo' Brings Plenty, Steve Reeves, Darryl Tonemah, Oren R. Lyons, Zahn McClarnon & Ben Livingston; won Western Heritage Bronze Wrangler Award in 2014
DVD/Blu-ray not yet available •
full credits at IMDbofficial movie sitewatch 6/2013 official trailer [2:08] at YouTube

"Missing: The Documentary" [indep Nov 2014]
not listed at IMDb • directed & narrated by Young Jibwe of Winnipeg, Canada • hour-long video no longer available at YouTube
2014 article on the PowWows.com blogsite

"100 Years: One Woman's Fight For Justice" [indep Sept 2016]
100 Years / Fight For Justice  The inspiring David vs. Goliath story of Elouise Cobell’s courageous fight for justice for 300,000 Native Americans whose mineral-rich lands were mismanaged by the United States Government – a fight that lasted 30 years • Co-produced, written & directed by Melinda Janko
DVD/Blu-ray not yet available •
full credits at IMDbofficial movie siteElouise Cobell entry at Wikipedia
watch 1/2017 official trailer [2:57] at YouTube

"Neither Wolf Nor Dog" [indep March 2017]  8/2016
Neither Wolf Nor Dog reservation road movie  A white author is sucked into a road trip across several reservations by a Lakota elder and his best friend; filmed on Indian lands in North Dakota • Co-written & directed by Steven Lewis Simpson, co-written by Kent Nerburn, adapted from his award-winning novel; starring Dave Bald Eagle, Christopher Sweeney, Richard Ray Whitman, Roseanne Supernault, Tatanka Means, Zahn McClarnon, Harlen Standing Bear Sr., Sarah Sido, Yellow Pony Pettibone, Wambli BearRunner, Dawn Little Sky
DVD/Blu-ray not yet available •
full credits at IMDbproducer's official site
watch 2/2016 official trailer [2:42] at YouTube

"Wind River" [The Weinstein Company Aug 2017]  8/2017
Wind River feature film starring Jeremy Renner  Filmed on location around Park City, Utah; a hunter-tracker working for Fish & Game finds the body of a Native American girl; the F.B.I. sends a female agent unaccustomed to the mountains of Wyoming's Wind River Indian Reservation in winter.
Written & directed by Taylor Sheridan; starring Jeremy Renner, Elizabeth Olsen, Kelsey Asbille, Julia Jones, Teo Briones, Apesanahkwat, Graham Greene, Tantoo Cardinal, Eric Lange, Gil Birmingham, Althea Sam, Tokala Black Elk (Clifford), Martin Sensmeier, Tyler Laracca, Shayne J. Cullen, Dallin Tusieseina, Austin R. Grant, Ian Bohen, Hugh Dillon, Matthew Del Negro, James Jordan, Gabe Casdorph, Mason D. Davis, Chris Romrell, Jon Bernthal, Blake Robbins, Norman Lehnert
DVD/Blu-ray not yet available • coming to Digital HD 10/31, on Blu-Ray & DVD 11/14
full credits at IMDbmovie entry at Wikipedia
watch 5/2017 official trailer [2:15] at YouTube


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