Jack Crabb is 121 years old. And he's done it all. He's been a full-fledged Cheyenne, an Indian fighter, a snake oil merchant, master gunman, drinking buddy of wild Bill Hickok, colleague of Buffalo Bill, and is the only survivor of Custer's Last Stand. Crabb is either the Old West's most neglected hero or the biggest liar ever to cross the Mississippi. Little Big Man is Jack Crabb's story.
A free-flowing, freewheeling, counter-culture comedy set during the turbulent 60's adapted from Guthrie's musical monologue Alice's Restaurant Massacree. Guthrie portrays the embodiment of America's youth, a young man who sees his life beginning to unravel through psychedelic drug-fueled haze, as he and his friends (and the plot) spin toward an explosive conclusion.
7) The chase
The moral foundation of a small Texas town is torn apart in this explosive drama about power and greed. When a convict (Robert Redford) escapes from prison and is reported to be heading towards his hometown, the news evokes various reactions from many of the town's residents. The sheriff (Marlon Brando) must find the fugitive before a drunken and bloodthirsty mob does.
Montana Badlands rancher David Brazton is a self-made man, through years of tireless effort and determination; he has transformed his vast and rugged land into a thriving, prosperous empire. So when his livestock, fortune and family are threatened by a ruthless horse thief, Braxton takes matters into his own hands by hiring a sadistic bounty hunter to track down the outlaw.