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Custer of Big Horn (With General Custer at the Little Big Horn) (1926)

Custer of Big Horn (With General Custer at the Little Big Horn)
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Directed by
Harry L. Fraser Harry L. Fraser


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John Beck John Beck
General George A. Custer
Roy Stewart Roy Stewart
Lem Hawks
Edmund Cobb Edmund Cobb
Captain Harry Page
Arthur Morrison Arthur Morrison
John Rossman
Helen Lynch Helen Lynch
Betty Rossman
Norman Lindley Norman Lindley
Jack Rossman
Dick La Reno Dick La Reno
Charles Renton - Indian Agent
Andrée Tourneur Andrée Tourneur
Mrs. Smith


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Carrie E. Rawles Carrie E. Rawles
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8 months, 1 week ago at Apr 8 7:48
Lem Hawks, a civilian scout attached to General George Armstrong Custer, is attracted to Betty Rossman, the daughter of a pioneer. Rivaling Lem for Betty's affections is Captain Page, who serves under Custer. Unknown to Custer, Cheyenne Chief Little Horse meets with Sioux leader Gall, who is wanted by the Army, and Sioux medicine man Sitting Bull, who is known as "the brains of the Sioux nation." ... read more
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Release date: 15 September 1926
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Robert posted a review 8 months, 1 week ago

“Lem Hawks, a civilian scout attached to General George Armstrong Custer, is attracted to Betty Rossman, the daughter of a pioneer. Rivaling Lem for Betty's affections is Captain Page, who serves under Custer. Unknown to Custer, Cheyenne Chief Little Horse meets with Sioux leader Gall, who is wanted by the Army, and Sioux medicine man Sitting Bull, who is known as "the brains of the Sioux nation." Worried about the loss of their buffalo and lands, the Indian leaders form an alliance to fight the white man. Learning that Gall is in the area, Custer sends Lem to the warrior's encampment. Lem tries to persuade Gall to discuss peace with Custer, and although Gall adamantly refuses the offer, an Indian named Bear promises Lem that Gall will visit the general. Lem returns to Custer with the news,” read more

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