Top 20 Indian (Native Americans) Westerns

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Some saw them as the enemies of the civilized world, while some understood their pain and plight.

Native American Indians are an integral part of this genre of films. Western films have depicted native Americans in good as well as in dark light. Depends upon who’s writing the film.

Below is the list of top 20 native American Indians movies from western genre.




1. Dances with wolves (1990) by Kevin Costner

2. Little big man (1970) by Arthur Penn

Read Little Big Man review here.

3. The last of Mohicans (1992) by Michael Mann

4. A man called horse (1970) by Elliot Silverstein

5. Cheyenne autumn (1964) John Ford

6. Broken arrow (1950) by Delmer Daves

7. Geronimo – An American legend (1993) by Walter Hill

8. Apache (1954) by Robert Aldrich

9. Flaming star (1960) by Don Siegel

10. 100 rifles (1969) by Tom Gries

11. The Indian fighter (1955) by Andre de Toth

12. The return of a man called horse (1976) by Irvin Kershner

13. Geronimo (1962) by Arnold Laven

14. Bury my heart at wounded knee (2007) by Yves Simoneau

15. Wind river (2000) by Tom Shell

16. Fort Apache (1948) by John Ford

17. I will fight no more forever (1975) by Richard T. Heffron

18. Battle of chief Pontiac (1952) by Felix E. Feist

19. Crazy Horse (1996) by John Irvin

20. The Stalking Moon (1968) by Robert Mulligan




4 COMMENTS

  1. Dancing with Kevin Costner absolutely horrendous.
    The other movies are good.
    But I can’t believe you put that movie as number one.

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