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Dances With Wolves (1990)

Episode #69

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer released Dances With Wolves on November 21, 1990. Kevin Costner directed the film starring Kevin Costner, Mary McDonnell, and Graham Greene.

‘Dances With Wolves’ Plot Synopsis

In Dances With Wolves, the US military sends Lieutenant John Dunbar to a remote outpost in the wilderness of the Dakota territory during the American Civil War. There, he has a chance encounter with a local Sioux tribe who accepts them as one of their own; calling him Dances with Wolves. Time passes, and John falls for a beautiful woman in the tribe known as Stands With a Fist. Eventually, the army advances on the plains, and the frontier is no longer the frontier. John must now decide whether to stand with the US military or the Sioux which he now calls his people.

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Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer released Dances With Wolves on November 21, 1990. Kevin Costner directed the film starring Kevin Costner, Mary McDonnell, and Graham Greene.

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    1. I am not sure when we will review it. Maybe in 2018, but not this year. Have you read the book it’s based on, McTeague by Frank Norris? It’s also one of my favorite books.

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