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The Legend of Walks Far Woman (1982)

A woman kills her husband after he becomes violently abusive following concussion. The tribe then banishes her from the community.

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Walks Far Woman
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Singer
George Clutesi ...
Old Grandfather
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Horses Ghost
Frank Salsedo ...
Many Scalps
Hortensia Colorado ...
Red Hoop Woman
Nick Ramus ...
Left Hand Bull
Alex Kubik ...
Elk Hollering
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Big Lake
Dehl Berti ...
Sitting Bull's Envoy
Henry Bal ...
Pipe
Janice Harlan ...
Janet McKay
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Fire Wing (as Joannelle Nadine Romero)
Philip Beaumont ...
Little Plume
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Montana, 1874. Walks Far Woman is a squaw of the Blackfoot tribe. She takes revenge on two men who killed her husband and then she is ostracized by her tribe. She then is adopted by the Sioux, the tribe of her mother, and there she tries to start a new life. Written by Robert

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30 May 1982 (USA)  »

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A Lenda da Guerreira Solitária  »

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Raquel Welch stayed at the Northern Hotel in Billings, Montana while filming. She escaped the notice of many who had gathered to see her deplane at the Billings airport, but signed autographs after reaching her car. See more »

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Racquel Welch did good for herself in this film
12 February 2004 | by (Mono, Ontario - Canada) – See all my reviews

After watching this film when it first came out, Racquel Welch did well for herself as a Piegan Native woman. She played her part well as Walks Far Woman. As for the authenticity of the film in terms it having a truly Native atmosphere, I thought it was well made! You know how "Dances with Wolves" didn't seem like a Hollywoodish kind of film with the negative stereotypes with Native Americans and all?? Well....... I thought this film didn't have any of that either considering it was a Hollywood flick too. But I've NEVER agreed with whites playing Native roles although Nick Mancuso who's of Italian origin played the character of Horse's Ghost really well. I think that's not morally and ethically right. I think Native North American roles should be played by Native Americans themselves only. That's it.

Well........... anyways............... that's the reason why I gave this film a 7 out of 10.


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