The third part of the authorized biography of Crazy Horse covers The Battle of the Little Bighorn and is a very worthwhile addition to the first two DVD'S. It is a little slow at times and occasionally slightly repetitious, but is neverthless a must have for anyone interested in Crazy Horse and the Battle.
I have watched all three parts. I found the first two the most interesting. Whilst I may not necessarily agree with everything in the films, they are worth watching to get a different view of things. Part three does not really have much new in it.
Just bought the first three instalments and watched them one after the other. The most interesting facts for me relate to the family tree other than that nothing else really impressed. I will purchase the fourth to complete the set. Whilst it is interesting and comes from a direct family perspective and one should expect slightly partisan views I think that it was very self serving. Does anyone else share this view?