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Saskatchewan (1954) Poster

(1954)

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Continuity 

When Batouche spots the Cree and Sioux following, he sees them by looking down from a high point. However, when O'Rourke looks at them through the binoculars he sees them from front on, at ground level.
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Errors in geography 

There are no mountains in Saskatchewan.
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Shelley Winters asks the Mountie guarding the jail in Fort Walsh, Saskatchewan how far the fort is from Montana. The guard answers "the border is about 18 to 20 miles south of here". The U.S. border is about 40 miles (65 km) south of Fort Walsh.
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Movie is titled Saskatchewan but that province does not have the Rocky Mountains which dominate this film. Prettier, yes, but not factual, as the film was supposed to be based on a true story.
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Factual errors 

The Northwest Mounted Police did not fight any battles with the Sioux. In fact the Sioux foray into Canada after Custer's Last Stand was quite peaceful.
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Sioux chief Crazy Horse did not flee to Canada after Custer's Last Stand.
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