Custer and the Sioux

A Man called Horse (1970)
English nobleman must prove himself to the Sioux by surviving torturous rituals
Tomahawk (1951)
In 1864 mountain man Jim Bridger builds the Bridger Trail from Wyoming to the gold fields in Montana
7th Cavalry (1956)
Capt. Benteen must prove he did not desert Custer at the Battle of Little Big Horn
Custer’s Last Stand (1936)
Feature version of the Rex Lease serial
Custer of the West (1967)
A General Custer biography with the general pushing the Cheyenne into resistance leading to the Battle at the Little Big Horn
Glory Guys (1965)
Thinly veiled Custer Story (director, Sam Peckinpah)
Little Big Man (1970)
Hero meets Marshall Bill Hickok & General Custer at Battle of Little Big Horn
Crazy Horse (1996)
Sioux warrior who fought Custer at Little Big Horn
Chief Crazy Horse (1955)
With Paul Guillfoyle and Victor Mature
Sitting Bull (1954)
Sioux chief at the Battle of Little Big Horn
She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (1949)
Bad history, but cavalry movements instructive, part of John Ford's cavalry trilogy
Bury my Heart at Wounded Knee (2007)
From the Battle of Little Big Horn (1876) to the Indian massacre at Wounded Knee, December 29, 1890
Centennial Summer (1946)
The Custer massacre casts a pall in Philadelphia at the time of the Centennial Exposition
Tonka (1958)
A young Sioux male tames a wild horse to prove his man-hood; later the horse is named Comanche and is made famous as the only survivor taken from Custer's Last Stand; Disney movie