Synopsis by Sandra Brennan
This western offers one of Hollywood's more historically accurate accounts of the Battle of Little Big Horn. The story centers on a major in the cavalry who believes the Indians have the same rights as other Americans. Despite his efforts to stop Custer from embarking on his ill-fated mission, the general carries on. Later the major is court-marshaled for being a traitor and ends up sentenced to die. Fortunately, Sitting Bull sends a petition to the President and pleads for the good major's pardon.
battle [war], cavalry, courthouse, Indian (Native-American)-chief, Indian (Native-American)-fighter, Indian (Native-American)-tribe, military, Native-American, negotiation