On the Little Big Horn; or, Custer's Last Stand (1909)

Western | 25 November 1909

Director:

Frank Boggs

Production Company:

Selig Polyscope Co.
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HISTORY

According to Robert S. Birchard, Tom Mix’s participation in this film is in doubt. As he stated in his 1993 book King Cowboy: Tom Mix and the Movies, this was a Selig West Coast production “made before Tom Mix came to California.”
       See also Nestor's On the Little Big Horn (1910). ...

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According to Robert S. Birchard, Tom Mix’s participation in this film is in doubt. As he stated in his 1993 book King Cowboy: Tom Mix and the Movies, this was a Selig West Coast production “made before Tom Mix came to California.”
       See also Nestor's On the Little Big Horn (1910).

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SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
FILM DOPE
1 Mar 1990
no. 44
Moving Picture World
20 Nov 1909
p. 740tl
Moving Picture World
27 Nov 1909
p. 750ta, 755ar, 772ts
Moving Picture World
4 Dec 1909
p. 800r
New York Clipper
20 Nov 1909
p. 1035tl, 1051ta
NYDM
4 Dec 1909
p. 17r
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DETAILS
Release Date:
25 November 1909
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Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
1,000
Country:
United States
Language:
English
Legend
Viewed by AFI
Partially Viewed
Offscreen Credit
Name Occurs Before Title
AFI Life Achievement Award

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