The legendary Native American chieftain refuses to go with his people peacefully to the reservation and starts a rebellion.
Did You Know?
For a dream sequence, cinematographer Thomas Burstyn
came up with the idea of having two cameras - one with color film, the other infrared black & white - shoot the exact same image, and then combining them in post-production. Clairmont Camera designed and built a rig that positioned one camera above the other and used mirrors to correctly align their respective images. This became known as the "Crazy Horse" or "Over/Under" rig, and is still available for rental at Clairmont. See more
Crazy Horse's horse wears iron shoes (visible during the vision quest scene) See more
Anyone can kill a man. Anyone can take a scalp. But only the bravest warrior can count coup and fight with no weapon at all.