Little Big Man

Little Big Man

Director: Arthur Penn Cast: Dustin Hoffman, Faye Dunaway, Martin Balsam
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Little Big Man 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Actually, historically they have some of their dates mixed up but...one of the first movies to give a more realistic dipiction of the Native American and a more accurate portrayal of G.A. Custer. Hoffman is great and there are a lot of good character actors in it. Definitely worth a view.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie has everything that a great movie should have. Love, action, humor. You name it, it is in it. Everyone should watch this movie at least once in their life.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I had always hoped that there would be a sequel to this movie. It is replete with memorable lines, delighful dialogue, and paints an utterly believable Custer.
grmafluffy More than 1 year ago
This is one of the funniest movies I've seen and at the same time it is moving and bittersweet as Dustin Hoffman plays a 100+ year old man recounting his life story among whites and indians and conmen and christians.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Dustin Hoffman plays a great role in this movie. The 121 year old Crabb (Hoffman) in full makeup is simply incredible. Old Lodge Skins has numerous great lines. Many dramatic and hilarious scenes. I'm certainly glad it is finally being released on DVD! Great Movie.
Guest More than 1 year ago
We watched this in school and it was interesting. It reminded me of other western type films like Dances With Wolves, The Last of the Mohicans and etc. I've never heard of this movie and didn't know that Dustin Hoffman's in it. Old film too the costumes and the scenary looked almost real.
drasil More than 1 year ago
I first saw this movie in history class in junior high. I thought it was great back then and over 25 years later I still love it!
Guest More than 1 year ago
"Little Big Man" was, without a SHADOW of a doubt, one of the best Hoffman flicks of all time. In Little Big man, you've the character of Jack Crabb, who, in his own words "knew the whites fer what they was, and the Indians for what they was" Yes, this most amazing of characters was born white, then, after the Indians known as "Human Beings" took the lives of his folks, he was raised by them as one of their own. When he was captured by soliders as a young man after fighting with them in battle he, to avoid being killed by them, lets them know right off that he's as white as they are. Taken to the home of a obnoxiouos, self righteous preacher, he gives that fellow's bored, long suffering wife a new lease on life. Then, later on, when he, a solider, is taken prisoner by Indians, he lets them know that he was raised as one,and they get him back in touch with his people Now,let me stop for a minute and save to those of you who may judge Crabb for what that fellow did to preserve himself, why, tis no more than any of the rest of us critters would do under those very same circumstances if we possesed similar cards to play. Yes, tis called the art of being a survior in a harsh world. Okay, having said all that, I must now state the following: besides Crabb, my most FAVORITE character was that of the preacher's wife, played by Faye Dunway. Folks, do yourself a BIG favor, and purchase this film, for tis one that you'll greatly, most CERTAINLY will enjoy. BTW, today's the 130th anniversary of the battle of Little Big Horn. As one with a bit of Native American blood in me, I'm glad that my ancestors whipped the stuffings out of Custer, that most TERRIBLE of persons. Belle
Anonymous More than 1 year ago