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Images of Indians: How Hollywood Stereotyped the Native American (2003)

Hollywood's depiction of Native Americans in Western films is traced through interviews and archive footage.

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Nicholas Schatzki ... Narrator (voice) (as Nick Schatzki)
Casey Camp-Horinek ... Herself (as Casey Camp Horinek)
Ward Churchill ... Himself
... Himself
Jacquelyn Kilpatrick ... Herself (as Dr. Jacquelyn Kilpatrick)
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... Herself (from Smoke Signals (1998))
Peter C. Rollins ... Himself (as Dr. Peter C. Rollins)
... Himself (from Dances With Wolves (1990)) (archive footage)
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Hollywood's depiction of Native Americans in Western films is traced through interviews and archive footage.

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an excellent documentary of Indian portrayal in Westerns
30 July 2003 | by See all my reviews

This is a fascinating documentary of the history of Indains in Hollywood (and elsewhere) cinema. Obviously well researched by the main writer(s) it covers everything from the Edison's earliest movies to the latest Indian filmmakers. It easily could have been an hour or more in length. I was most intrigued by the differences of opinions even by the Indian speakers themselves on the various subjects. Well worth watching!


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