Geronimo: An American Legend

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Released 1993

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Director:
Walter Hill
Released:
1993
Rating:
PG-13

Geronimo: An American Legend is a historical dramatic film directed by Walter Hill, which chronicles the ultimate capture of Geronimo (Wes Studi), a notorious Native American leader who fought against the United States when the expansion threatened Apache tribal lands. Though the Apache Indians finally agreed to relocation to a reservation, a troop of Apache warriors, led by Geronimo, begin to take on the US government troops in a violent reaction to the loss of their cultural lands. In response, the government sends out a company of Indian fighters, including the Chief of Scouts, Al Sieber (Robert Duvall), who can match tracking skills with that of the Apache, and First Lieutenant Charles Gatewood (Jason Patric), a soft-spoken Southerner who respects the Native Americans and their lifestyles, as they're led through the Midwest by their begrudgingly respectful Brigadier General George Crook (Gene Hackman). Geronimo: An American Legend is a look at what happens when a group is pushed to the edge and the soldiers sent to stop them.

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Robert Duvall

Robert Duvall

Al Sieber

Gene Hackman

Gene Hackman

Brig. Gen. George Crook

Matt Damon

Matt Damon

Lt. Britton Davis

Kevin Tighe

Kevin Tighe

Brig. Gen. Nelson Miles

Wes Studi

Wes Studi

Geronimo

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Military & War, Historical