I am looking for an older native American movie.
This movie has a little native American boy in it. At the beginning of the movie he is hunting, and then throughout the movie he goes to war where he asks his father to protect him during war. When people shoot at him his father the spirit stops the bullet from killing him so that he can fight for his people. Would anyone know the name of that movie or where I could find it?
Was he fighting in a traditional Native war, or a white war? Do you remember anything about the costumes, landscape (i.e. plains, forests, mountains), or around when the movie was made? Just from that bit of description, it sounds like something about Crazy Horse or maybe Tecumseh. Unfortunately there are a lot of different movies that follow a similar story line, so it's hard to say for sure without additional information.
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