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Geronimo (1993)

This story of epic courage and grace is a remarkable window on Native American life and the early years of the last and most feared Apache War Chief.

Director:

Roger Young

Writer:

J.T. Allen
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Won 1 Primetime Emmy. Another 2 wins & 7 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Joseph Runningfox ... Geronimo
Nick Ramus
Michelle St. John
Michael Greyeyes ... Juh
Tailinh Agoyo Tailinh Agoyo ... Alope (as Tailinh Forest Flower)
Kimberly Guerrero ... (as Kimberly Norris)
Jimmy Herman ... Old Geronimo
August Schellenberg ... Cochise
Geno Silva ... Gen. Carbinsco
Harrison Lowe Harrison Lowe ... Nana
Lusheia Lenaburg Lusheia Lenaburg ... Nandile
Jonothon Gill ... Nosopo
Kiohod Norris-Ramirez Kiohod Norris-Ramirez ... Young Juh
Mark Brien Mark Brien ... Chihuahua
Adan Sanchez Adan Sanchez ... Adjuntant
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Storyline

The story of the greatest Native American warrior who, together with the rest of his Apache tribesmen, defied American and Mexican Armies in 1867. Finally caught and sent to a reservation camp, he eluded a military force of 5000 for 18 months before finally surrendering to the government. Written by mahajanssen

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His name has become part of American vocabulary. This is his story.

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Biography | Western

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A scene at the fort fixes on the Stars and Stripes, shown with eight rows and five columns of stars or a total of 40 stars. There never has been a 40-star US flag. The flag star count jumped from 38 to 43 on July 4, 1890 four years after Geronimo's surrender. Nor could the flag have been an unofficial US flag because the 40th and 41st states, North and South Dakota, respectively, did not join the union until November 2, 1889. See more »

Alternate Versions

Video release version features 10 minutes of additional scenes not included in original cable television broadcast. See more »

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The history of the One Who Yawns!!
9 December 2000 | by ad2020See all my reviews

I can say I admire this movie for the vision of the myth of "Geronimo" (as a relation ((not a relative!!!)) I can't really see myself calling him Geronimo) that it delivers, which is a lot better than say it's Hollywood counterpart "Geronimo:An American Legend". It delivers more of the brutality the Apache had to put up w/ from the Mexicans and the White Eyes.As w/ all these movies, no history and lots of action and gut-wrenching. There's not much more I can say except check it out! Oh yeah, August Schellenberg is one of the coolest Indin's on film, not to mention he looks like a long-haired version of my dad! An 8.5!


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 December 1993 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Die Blutrache des Geronimo See more »

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Box Office

Gross USA:

$4,647,849
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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