The epic tale of the "sole white survivor of the battle of Little Bighorn", Little Big Man (1970) is the incredible story a young man's life journey in mid-1800's North America. Jack Crabb (Dustin Hoffman) was just a boy when his parents were massacred by Pawnee warriors and was subsequently adopted by the sympathetic Cheyenne who raised him as one of their own. Life is good until he's captured by American soldiers and renounces his Native American upbringing in order to save himself from being executed. From there, we follow the Little Big Man as he experiences a series of incredible events which ultimately leads to an extraordinary climax at Custer'ss Last Stand. Sadly, this flick isn't "big" on the skin as we only get a flash of Emily Cho's fun bags, but with an epic cast including Faye Dunaway, Martin Balsam and Richard Mulligan, Little Big Man is one of the greatest Westerns of all time.