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Return Of A Man Called Horse

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Plot: A visually stunning sequel to A MAN CALLED HORSE, this unusual Western chronicles the return of English nobleman John Morgan (Richard Harris), who returns to the American West to save his adopted Indian tribe (the Yellow Hand Sioux) from extinction. The tribe's land has been expropriated by land poacher Zenas Morro (Geoffrey Lewis) and they are sold into slavery. The mistrustful tribe subject Morgan to a grueling torture ritual to reestablish his full identity as a tribe member. He reinspires the tribe to resistance and, through carefully wrought strategies and numerous skirmishes, leads the tribe to reclaim their land. Irvin Kershner directed, with breathtaking sequences shot on Dakota and Mexican locations. The rousing musical score is by Laurence Rosenthal.
Rated PG by the Motion Picture Association of America.


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