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'Dances With Wolves', Part 2
Dances with Wolves .
"When last we left Lieutenant John J. Dunbar he had just arrived at the fort to which he had been stationed at the edge of the American Frontier. Let's join him as his prairie adventure truly begins. Good luck!"
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The first evening at Fort Sedgwick is a lonely and anxious experience for Lt. Dunbar. He spends it writing in his diary and concocting a plan to clean the fort. The following morning he is spooked by a noise he hears outside, but it's just his horse. How does he admonish Cisco?
Run along little doggie!
Bad horse! Bad horse!
You're one crazy horse!
Take a hike, Cisco!
During the first morning, Dunbar assigns himself clean-up duty. He finds the fort startlingly unkept, with debris strewn about the entire place. In the small pond near the fort, what discarded item gives him a shock?
A deer carcass
An entire calistoga wagon
A dead human body
The food supplies of the former post
Dunbar's former travelling companion, Timmons, on his return to Fort Hays, encounters several unfriendly Pawnee Indians. The leader of this small band of Indians is played by a quite recognizable actor, having appeared in films such as 'The Last of the Mohicans' and 'Mystery Men'. What is this actor's name?
Timmons is able to fend off the Pawnee attack and return himself and his wagon to Fort Hays, where he informs the appropriate officials about the condition of Fort Sedgwick.
Back at Fort Sedgwick, Lt. Dunbar continues to straighten out the surrounding area. On his way back to his dwelling, he espies a lone wolf, which he seems intent on shooting. He decides, however, to spare the life of the canine with whom he soon develops a bond. What does he decide to call his greyish-brown lupine friend?
Dunbar has been a month at Fort Sedgwick before his first encounter with an Indian. What had the lieutenant been doing just prior to his first visual contact with an Indian who appears to be stealing his horse?
This first Indian encounter is with a noble-looking middle-aged fellow played by actor Graham Greene. What is the name of the character portrayed by Greene in 'Dances with Wolves'?
After this first significant encounter with an Indian, Dunbar responds in a very cautious manner. He buries his excess ordnance in the nearby prairie, and hides the additional supplies he has brought. What item does he use to mark the spot where he buried his rifles and ammunition?
A tin can
A wooden stake
Dumbar is not the only one alarmed by this first contact. Back at the Sioux village, a tribal meeting is called to discuss the matter. Various leaders of the tribe speak their mind on the topic, including a strong, young warrior who suggests that Dunbar be killed. What is this brash fellow's name?
Builds the Fire
Chasing His Horse
Wind In His Hair
The night of the tribal meeting, three young Sioux boys ride out to Fort Sedgwick and attempt to steal Dunbar's horse. Their plan fails however when the horse escapes their capture and returns to the fort.
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Compiled May 25 13