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4.6 out of 5 stars
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4.6 out of 5 stars
The Return Of A Man Called Horse [DVD]
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TOP 500 REVIEWERon 4 April 2017
Saw the original A Man Called Horse donkeys years ago and couldn't wait to watch this one where he returns again to live with the Indian tribe who befriended him. Quite sad in places and an excellent movie.
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on 20 October 2017
Loved watching this film. Thank You, David
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on 19 October 2017
Excellent film, excellent service
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on 20 March 2017
excellent
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on 27 August 2017
Good
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on 24 August 2017
ok
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on 25 September 2006
I do not think I've ever seen a sequel that surpasses the prequel to such a degree as this film does. The opening quarter of an hour of the film is one of the best ever, that engages the attention of the viewer immediately. Action scenes are poignant and dramatically effective at the same time. I believe that the Lakota were far more sensitively portrayed than they were in 'A Man Called Horse' - when they seemed to do very little than shriek incoherently at each other and everyone else. The scenery and the costumes are great and are very authentic given the detail usually given to most films of this era.

The film begins with Harris returning to America, initially for a year, to visit the Lakota band that enslaved and later adopted him in the 1820's. He finds that his adoptive Yellow Hand people have been slaughtered by a group of trappers and an enemy tribe; the survivors enslaved or driven from their homeland. Harris eventually meets up with the survivors and helps revitalize their spirit enabling them to win back their homeland.

If there is one fault with the film it is this; once again native people need a white man to save the day. If you can disregard this it is an excellent film - my favourite scenes being the Sun Dance and the Yellow Hand women getting the upper hand with the Arikaras!
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on 18 August 2017
Richard Harris clops back in his second romp, taking up the role of the equine named Man called Horse. What starts out as a pony trek, ends up in a full showjumping spectacular that firmly places a nosebag over the neigh-sayers.
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on 14 April 2013
bought this as i had already seen the original film on tv and was interested to see if this was any good.Another film which tries to show how the early Americans treated the Indians badly
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on 9 June 2015
A true Story ..trying to get this and its follow up
for long time now....Richard Harris. .
Excellent. Again a story of greed
but a compelling film Enjoyed it Greatly.
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