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181 min.
Rated: 12 Movie-rating:: 7 of 10
Genres: Adventure, Drama, Western,
Director: Kevin Costner
Writer: Michael Blake
Music: John Barry
Cast: Kevin Costner, Mary McDonnell, Graham Greene, Rodney A. Grant, Floyd Red Crow Westerman, Tantoo Cardinal, Robert Pastorelli, Charles Rocket, Maury Chaykin, Jimmy Herman, Nathan Lee Chasing His Horse, Michael Spears, Jason R. Lone Hill, Tony Pierce,
Keywords: countryside, indian, culture, deserter, interpreter, frontier, america, language, dakota, buffalo, chief,

Story:Wounded Civil War soldier John Dunbar tries to commit suicide and becomes a hero instead. As a reward, he is assigned to his dream post, a remote junction on the Western frontier, and soon makes unlikely friends with the local Sioux tribe.


Awards:Oscar for Best Picture (1991)
Oscar for Best Director (1991) - Kevin Costner
Oscar for Best Writing (1991) - Michael Blake
Oscar for Best Cinematography (1991) - Dean Semler
Oscar for Best Sound (1991)
Oscar for Best Film Editing (1991) - Neil Travis
Oscar for Best Music (1991) - John Barry
5 additional Oscar nominations (1991)
Production Companies:Tig Productions
Majestic Films International
Budget:22 Mio. USD
Box Office Gross:424.208848 Mio. USD
Box Office Weekend:0.598257 Mio. USD
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