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George Custer: A General's Reckoning 

A profile of George Armstrong Custer, a Civil War commander in the Union Army, who later died at the Battle of Little Big Horn in 1876.
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Episode credited cast:
Bill O'Reilly ... Self - Host
Dermot Mulroney ... Self - Narrator (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bradley Barnett Bradley Barnett ... Native American Man #4
Jesse Birster Jesse Birster ... Native American Man #2
Christina Carlos Christina Carlos ... Black Kettle's Wife
Jon Cobb Jon Cobb ... George A Custer
Robert Coppage Robert Coppage ... Deserter #2
Tommy Cramer ... Scout
Diane Curley Diane Curley ... Libbie Custer
Alicia Doxtator Alicia Doxtator ... Native American Woman
Alexander Gheesling Alexander Gheesling ... Young George Custer
Chance Gibson Chance Gibson ... Union Scout
Mark Gibson Mark Gibson ... Mounted Scout
James Goucher James Goucher ... Cheyenne Chief
Joe Grepiotis Joe Grepiotis ... Native American Man #6
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A profile of George Armstrong Custer, a Civil War commander in the Union Army, who later died at the Battle of Little Big Horn in 1876.

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General George Armstrong Custer is correctly shown to be carrying a Webley Royal Irish Constabulary Revolver. He was most likely shooting a Remington Rolling Block sporting rifle chambered in .50-70 due to some of the shell casing being found under his body. See more »

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Tom Custer is incorrectly shown writing the last message to Captain Benteen, when in reality; Lt. W.W. Cooke wrote the message, but he is omitted from this episode. See more »

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31 May 2015 (USA) See more »

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