Reel Injun

The history of the depiction of Native Americans in Hollywood films.
Keywords:
Full Frontal Male Nudity
Nudity
American
Actor
Native American
Black And White Scene
Animated Scene
Sioux Indian
Seminole Indian
Saulteaux Indian
Flutist
Oneida Indian
Ojibway Indian
Navajo Indian
Mohawk Indian
Lakota Indian
Laguna Pueblo Indian
Horseback Riding
Biracial
Game
Creek Indian
Bottle
Cheyenne Indian
Cherokee Indian
Arapaho Indian
Apache Indian
Watching Television
Crow Indian
Native American Tribe
Cree Indian
Two Word Title
Molotov Cocktail
M 113 Armored Personnel Carrirer
Reference To Billy Jack
Impersonating An Indian
Commercial
Going Off Script
Movie Extra
Reference To Iron Eyes Cody
Reference To Cecil B. Demille
Body Painting
Tribal Games
Painted Turtle
John Wayne Impersonation
Multiracial Man
Archival Photograph
Indian Dance
Reference To Buffalo Child Long Lance
Statue
Stunt Man
Reference To Red Cloud
Res Car
Climbing In A Car Window
Scenic Beauty
Close Up Of Eyes
Reference To Sitting Bull
Archival Footage
Demonstration
Shame
Sunglasses
Alcatraz Island
Civil Rights Movement
African American
Black American
Allegory
Colonialism
Tribe
Ex Model
Drug Use
Haight Ashbury San Francisco
Yacqui Tribe
San Francisco California
Marijuana
1960s
Hippie
Archive Footage
Newsreel Footage
Flute
Father Son Relationship
Navajo New Mexico
Reference To Frank Sinatra
Reference To Henry Winkler
Sicilian Immigrant
Reference To James Cagney
Sicilian
Italian American
Irish American
Italian Immigrant
Sicilian American
Referene To The Internal Revenue Service
Reference To Dr. Phil
Classroom
Class
School
Girl
Pow Wow
Fight
Cavalry
Bugle
Reference To Gary Cooper
Murder
Reference To Bugs Bunny
Race Relations
John Wayne Imitation
Apache Junction Arizona
Goldfield Ghost Town Apache Junction Arizona
Theme Park
Wild West Theme Park
Shootout
Husband Wife Relationship
Translation
Subtitled Scene
Cowboy
Reference To John Wayne
Monument Valley
Wig
Indian Headband
Costume Designer
Caricature
Reference To Walt Disney
Indian Princess
Princess
Reference To Pocahontas
Reference To Sal Mineo
Reference To Boris Karloff
Reference To Malcolm X
Reference To Adam Sandler
Reference To Burt Reynolds
Reference To Geronimo
Reference To Chuck Connors
Reference To Victor Mature
Reference To Elvis Presley
Reference To Charles Bronson
Reference To Anthony Quinn
Reference To Burt Lancaster
Reference To Tonto
Great Depression
Noble Savage
Savage
Brutality
Brotherhood
Family Relationships
Body Paint
Camp Counselor
Austrian
La Crosse The Game
Totem Pole
Suicide
Triracial
Starvation
Film Camera
Bareback Riding
Teacher
Rifle
Bow And Arrow
Death Of A Horse
Camera
Montana
Rodeo
Film Extra
Pioneer
Reference To John Ford The Director
Metaphor
Tragedy
Wounded Knee
Seventh Cavalry
Buffalo
Ceremony
Kinetoscope
Silent Filmmaking
Stuntman
Nobility
Hitchhiking
Reference To Thomas Alva Edison
Inner Title Card
Death
Massacre
Genocide
Tour Guide
Tourist
Film Historian
Comedian
Indian Chief
Spirituality
Museum
Teepee
Poet
Crazy Horse Memorial South Dakota
Sacred Ground
Film Critic
Warrior
Ancestry
Mysticism
Indian Headdress
Photograph
Pine Ridge Indian Reservation
Romanticism
Little Big Horn
Legend
Icon
Reference To George Armstrong Custer
Horse
Reference To Chief Crazy Horse
Black Hills South Dakota
Great Plains
Stoicism
Mythology
Arctic Circle
Airplane
Prologue
Cowboys And Indians
Dancing
Dancer
Drumming
Drummer
Watching A Movie
Voice Over Narration
Boy
Begins With Text
Male Nudity
Western Filmmaking
Hollywood California
Film History
Bare Chested Male
Energizer Bunny
Epilogue
Reference To Natar Ungalaaq
Symbolism
Rubbing Noses
Behind The Scenes
Eyeglasses
Huntng Cabin
Snow
Drunkenness
Drinking
Drink
Hollywood Hills
Grandmother Grandson Relationship
Reference To Evan Adams
Independent Filmmaking
Reference To Johnny Depp
Reference To Pierce Brosnan
Reference To Sylvester Stallone
Reference To Daniel Day Lewis
1990s
1980s
Sense Of Humor
Reference To Chief Dan George
Satire
Peace Sign
Reference To Will Sampson
Rain
Atrocity
Academy Awards
American Indian Movement
Fbi
Year 1973
Violence
Kung Fu
Anger
Action Hero
Protest
Car
Summer Camp
Aboriginal History
Prejudice
Aboriginal
First Peoples
Activism
American Indian
Inuit
Indian Reservation
Filmmaker
Racism
Stereotype
Filmmaking