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In 1845, America was up for grabs. The Civil War was yet to take place and much of the land was unexplored and unclaimed. A great westward migration was taking place, with thousands of families trekking from Missouri towards Oregon in search of a home. In Meek's Cutoff — a thought-provoking and suspenseful reworking of the usually macho Western — a group of such families begin to regret their decision to hire Stephen Meek as a guide when they end up lost in the middle of nowhere. An encounter with a knowledgeable Native American could prove to be their salvation, but will they trust him?
At the height of the depression, orphan Little Tree moves in with his Grandparents, learning valuable lessons about his Cherokee heritage.
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Big-budget, epic western from famed director Sergio Leone about a drifter who offers to protect a widow from a hired assassin.
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Epic, beautifully shot film about a US Cavalry officer who goes to live with a Native American tribe.
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