"Try to find I Will Fight No More Forever. It was made for television many years ago and was the first move I remember seeing where all American Indian roles were actually played by people who really are American Indians. One of my…"
"TheTV documentry 500 nations it gives a good historial account and the music is wonderful!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The reason I like Dances with Wolves is because it portrays Indians in a good light the older movies most of the time showed the bad side not all…"
"Indians said time after time when interviewed about their participation in the Custer fight, that they did not know he was up there on that hillside. Of course they may have been fibbing to avoid repercussions.
It was a very smokey and dusty day on…"
"I saw "A Man Called Horse" five or six times when it came out...that was 1962. I just watched it again and sad to say it is very dated. But it is still worth watching. The Sun Dance scene is still good and I think it's pretty…"
"I get asked this question a lot and here's my answer
Question: Do you have people sit for your or do you paint from photos? And is the clothing original on your portraits or from your imagination?
All of the above! I work from photos that I…"
"The Delegate is 36" x 36", oil on linen.
This painting is a continuation of my 'Top Hat" series. In the 1880's The Powers That Be in the United States Government would invite American Indian leaders to Washington. There…"
"I am also a fan of LAST OF THE MOHICANS. If you include TV mini-series, CENTENNIAL is one of my favorites on the subject of Native Americans.
Although not a Western, I also enjoyed FLAGS OF OUR FATHERS with Adam Beach as Ira Hayes."
"K. I like the old saturday morning shoot em ups. They are 1 hour long and black and white. I think you get to seening how the old cowboy dressed. As alot of them were in the films. Plus the westerns from the 40s, 50s, and 60s are good also."
That would eb GREAT if you could check. I do know Jim Masterson, Bat's younger brother went to NM, but not sure where exactly. Unfortunately ALL my relatives are gone that had any knowledge of it. I DID have a photo,of the ranch, but it was lost when my grandmother passed.
Preciate any help. I live in Ft Worth now and don't get back there as I'd like. Grew up all over the El Paso/Alamogordo/Las Cruces area.
I remember you posting on Reel West about Whispering Smith.I came across some imformation about it and posted it on the sight.I'm glad you're back with us and hope to hear alot more from you.Take care,Bill