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Robert Altman's jazz-scored film explores themes of love, crime, race, and politics in 1930s Kansas City.

The overlapping dialogue is great and the casting looks perfect.

The last hour of the movie requires Newman to act more and more flustered by Sitting Bull until he has a really cringeworthy breakdown in front of a ghostly Sitting Bull.

Maybe there was more fresh drama in watching a white profiteer abase himself before noble Injuns in 1976.

Their language came from the Hokan-Siouan linguistics, and they call themselves the Absaroka, which means "bird" people.

They were primarily a hunting tribe that lived in the valley of the Yellowstone River.

In a style reminiscent of Wild West Show theater programs, in addition to the film's "Players" list, which also similarly had previously been published on the picture's pre-production publicity sheet, the film's opening credits declared: "The Deadwood Stage, hundreds of Brave Cowboys, fierce Indians, wild Buffalo, bucking Broncs, and Original Show Music by Richard Baskin played by Buffalo Bill's Cowboy Band, &c.!

" See more » I really enjoyed some of Buffalo Bill and the Indians.

Newman is initially impressive in his role and then sputters.