Dances with Wolves: The Illustrated Screenplay and Story Behind the Film
Here is the story of Civil War officer Lt. John Dunbar and his adventure on the frontier among the Sioux Indians in 1864, with stills from the film, along with a 16-page special section about the making of the movie, the Plains Indians, the frontier, and the Civil War.
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