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Little Big Man
Artist: Hoffman, Dustin
UPC: 00097363772149
Studio: Paramount Home Video
Genre: Westerns
Screen: Wide screen
    OUR PRICE: $10.30  
Product Type: DVD
Released: April 2003
Annotation: One hundred year-old white man recounts how he was raised by Native Americans, became a gunslinger, and survived the battle at Little Big Horn.
Additional Information
Rating: PG13
Runtime: 139 mins
Weight: 0.24 lbs
Info: Color, Closed Captioned, Widescreen, Soundtrack English, Soundtrack French, English Subtitles, Dolby Digital 5.1 Re, Sensor Matic
Detailed Product Description: Video
In Print Date : 2000-11-21
Run Time : 8820
Recording Mode : (unknown)
Noise Reduction : (unknown)
Digital Process : (unknown)
Feature : Color
In Print Date : 2000-11-21
Rating : PG (MPAA)
Category : Westerns, Indians, History, Recommended, Theatrical Release, Essential Cinema
Original Release Year : 1970
Released By : Paramount Home Entertainment
Catalog Number : 377214
Area : USA
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Director of Photography:Harry Stradling Director Of Photography
Production Designer:Dean Tavoularis Production Designer
Star: Chief Dan George
Editor:Dede Allen Editor
Star:Richard Mulligan Actor, SOAP
Screenwriter:Calder Willingham
Music Coordinator:John Hammond Blues Musician
Director:Arthur Penn American Director
Star:Aimee Eccles Actress/"Little Big Man"
Star:Faye Dunaway Oscar winning american actress, NETWORK
Star:Jeff Corey American Actor
Special Effects:Dick Smith Hollywood Make-Up and Effects, THE EXORCIST, LITTLE BIG MAN
Producer:Stuart Millar American Producer/Director
Production Designer:Angelo Graham
Star:Martin Balsam American actor
Star:Dustin Hoffman American actor
Star:Kelly Jean Peters American TV Actress
Synopsis: LITTLE BIG MAN was significant when it was made because of its editing, which was still being explored in Hollywood at the time as a vehicle for innovative, simple storytelling. Arthur Penn's film of Thomas Berger's bestselling novel demystifies the Old West with its funny, chaotic portrayal of one man's experiences in its closing days. Jack Crabb (Dustin Hoffman), a 121-year-old Indian living in a rest home, relates his incredible life experiences. According to Crabb's somewhat fanciful tales, he was raised by the Cheyenne from the age of 10 only to be seized by whites when he was 15. He then embarks on a string of failed attempts to find a place for himself in the world. These bring him into contact with (among many others) Wild Bill Hickok, the US Cavalry, a former preacher's wife-turned-prostitute, his own spunky frontierswoman sister, and General George Armstrong Custer during the Battle of Little Big Horn. The result is a funny, spiritual film with a humane view of the plight of Native Americans.
Release Note: DVD Features: Region 1 Keep Case Widescreen - 1.78 Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround - English Dolby Digital Mono - French Dolby Digital Stereo Surround - English
Review: -02/01/2004
"Told with an easy wit and a generous humanism, it's a beautiful, funny and tender movie. The best Western you've probably never seen."
Review: -08/01/2004
"[T]he film unfolds as a rambling, picaresque folk taleā€¦...Even the saddest and most squalid moments come laced with humour."
Review: -02/01/2012
"The narrative is lightly absurd, bouncing impishly in flashback....The film's conspicuous ambitions and merry way with history are finally winning."