Custer's Last Fight
Custer's Last Fight (also known as Custer's Last Raid) is a 1912 American silent short Western film. It is the first film about George Armstrong Custer and his final stand at the Battle of the Little Bighorn. It was shot in Inceville, Santa Ynez Canyon and Los Angeles, California. The movie was directed by Francis Ford, the older brother of director John Ford; Francis Ford also portrayed Custer in the film.
|Custer's Last Fight|
1925 re-release poster
|Directed by||Francis Ford|
|Produced by||Thomas H. Ince|
|Written by||Richard V. Spencer|
|Distributed by||Mutual Film|
The film was re-released in 1925 and 1933.
- Francis Ford as George Armstrong Custer
- Grace Cunard as Mrs. Custer
- William Eagle Shirt as Sitting Bull
- J. Barney Sherry as James McLaughlin
- Art Acord as a Trooper
- Ann Little
- Lillian Christy
- Charles K. French
- Snowball as a horse
- "Last Stand at Little Big Horn". American Experience. PBS.
- Custer's Last Fight at the American Film Institute Catalog
- Custer's Last Fight on IMDb
- re-edited version on DVD
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