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The Last of His Tribe (1992)

PG-13 | | Drama, Romance | TV Movie 28 March 1992
A tribesman gets burnt out.

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Professor Alfred Kroeber
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Ishi
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Dr. Saxton Pope
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Tom Waterman
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Henriette Kroeber
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Mr. Whitney
Christianne Hauber ...
Miss Edna Block
Charles Martinet ...
Carl D. Parker ...
Sheriff Weber
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Mrs. Gustafson
Benne Alder ...
Mrs. Whatley
Marie Bain ...
Nurse
Loryn Barlese ...
Ichi's Young Sister
Gilbert Bear ...
Ichi's Father
Lance Brady ...
Reporter #4
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A tribesman gets burnt out.

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The Spirit of a great warrior can never die See more »

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PG-13 | See all certifications »
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A touchingly sad story about a lone Indian and his friendship with a generous white man.
6 August 2000 | by (San Diego, California) – See all my reviews

For the record, I am not Jen, but her sister Kathleen.

I saw this movie in an English class after reading "Black Elk Speaks." It is a solemn statement about the sad plight of dying Native American tribes. Graham Greene's character is a poor hungry Native American who has lost his family and is found trying to steal food from a small farm. A kind-hearted doctor takes him in and attempts to educate him to the ways of the white man. The middle-aged native is seduced by the prosperity of this new world, and even has an unexpected encounter with a prostitute, much to the dismay of his new guardian, the doctor. But the distractions of this new world are not enough to erase the sadness of this man who has lost his family, his tribe, and his history. In a striking scene in which the native leads his new friend to the wilderness he once called home, the native sings a mournful tribal chant in remembrance of the family and tribe that was forever gone. It is an emotionally moving film for those who feel compassion for the Native American and I recommend it to viewers who enjoy a film with a message.


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