History Film / DEFAWesterns

5th Feb '16 2:00:30 PM Menshevik
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* DawnOfTheWildWest: ''Chingachgook, die große Schlange'' (mid-18th century), ''Tecumseh'' (UsefulNotes/WarOf1812), and ''Osceola'' (Seminole Wars of the early 19th century in Florida).
18th Oct '15 5:54:20 PM karstovich2
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* TheWestern
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* TheWesternTheWestern: Or rather, TheMoralSubstitute from a Communist perspective.
23rd Mar '15 11:17:07 AM Menshevik
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* ''Chingachgook, die große Schlange'' (Chingachgook, the Great Snake, 1966): Based on ''Literature/TheLeatherstockingTales'' by James Fenimore Cooper.
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* ''Chingachgook, die große Schlange'' (Chingachgook, the Great Snake, 1966): Based on ''Literature/TheLeatherstockingTales'' ''[[Literature/TheLeatherstockingTales The Deerhunter]]'' and ''Film/TheLastOfTheMohicans'' by James Fenimore Cooper.
18th Feb '15 2:33:59 AM Menshevik
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* ''Ulzana'' (1974)
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* ''Ulzana'' (1974)(1974): Sequel to ''Apachen''.

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* FakeNationalityHistoricalDomainCharacter: Four of the ''Indianerfilme'' were directly based on historic events, so many of them appear. Just taking the relevant starring roles by Gojko Mitic: Tecumseh, Ulzana (also in ''Apachen''), and Osceola.
10th Feb '14 8:58:37 PM karstovich2
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Following on the success of ''Film/DerSchatzImSilbersee'' and other {{West German|y}} {{Western}} movies, the {{East German|y}} DEFA studios produced ten Westerns for the domestic, Eastern bloc and international market. These used the struggle of the [[UsefulNotes/NativeAmericans American Indians]] against the advancing United States as inspirational, but tragic examples of anti-imperialist and anti-capitalist struggle. In keeping with this, the films were not called Westerns, but ''Indianerfilme'' ("Indians movies").
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Following on the success of ''Film/DerSchatzImSilbersee'' and other {{West German|y}} {{Western}} movies, the {{East German|y}} DEFA studios produced ten Westerns for the domestic, Eastern bloc and international market. These used portrayed the struggle of the [[UsefulNotes/NativeAmericans American Indians]] against the advancing United States as inspirational, but tragic examples of anti-imperialist and anti-capitalist struggle. In keeping with this, the films were not called Westerns, but ''Indianerfilme'' ("Indians movies").
10th Feb '14 8:57:57 PM karstovich2
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Following on the success of ''Film/DerSchatzImSilbersee'' and other {{West German|y}} {{Western}} movies, the {{East German|y}} DEFA studios produced ten Westerns for the domestic, Eastern bloc and international market. These utilized the struggle of the [[UsefulNotes/NativeAmericans American Indians]] against the advancing United States as inspirational, but tragic examples of anti-imperialist and anti-capitalist struggle. In keeping with this, the films were not called Westerns, but ''Indianerfilme'' ("Indians movies").
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Following on the success of ''Film/DerSchatzImSilbersee'' and other {{West German|y}} {{Western}} movies, the {{East German|y}} DEFA studios produced ten Westerns for the domestic, Eastern bloc and international market. These utilized used the struggle of the [[UsefulNotes/NativeAmericans American Indians]] against the advancing United States as inspirational, but tragic examples of anti-imperialist and anti-capitalist struggle. In keeping with this, the films were not called Westerns, but ''Indianerfilme'' ("Indians movies").
4th Sep '13 2:41:57 PM gallium
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* HeyItsThatGuy: Armin Müller-Stahl dies a heroic death in ''Tödlicher Irrtum''. Rolf Hoppe also appears in a lot of them, mostly as a villain.
14th Feb '12 4:13:35 AM LordGro
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* ''Chingachgook, die große Schlange'' (Chingachgook, the Great Snake, 1966): Based on TheLeatherstockingTales by James Fenimore Cooper.
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* ''Chingachgook, die große Schlange'' (Chingachgook, the Great Snake, 1966): Based on TheLeatherstockingTales ''Literature/TheLeatherstockingTales'' by James Fenimore Cooper.
13th Feb '12 12:40:43 PM LordGro
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Following on the success of ''DerSchatzImSilbersee'' and other {{West German|y}} {{Western}} movies, the {{East German|y}} DEFA studios produced ten Westerns for the domestic, Eastern bloc and international market. These utilized the struggle of the [[UsefulNotes/NativeAmericans American Indians]] against the advancing United States as inspirational, but tragic examples of anti-imperialist and anti-capitalist struggle. In keeping with this, the films were not called Westerns, but ''Indianerfilme'' ("Indians movies").
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Following on the success of ''DerSchatzImSilbersee'' ''Film/DerSchatzImSilbersee'' and other {{West German|y}} {{Western}} movies, the {{East German|y}} DEFA studios produced ten Westerns for the domestic, Eastern bloc and international market. These utilized the struggle of the [[UsefulNotes/NativeAmericans American Indians]] against the advancing United States as inspirational, but tragic examples of anti-imperialist and anti-capitalist struggle. In keeping with this, the films were not called Westerns, but ''Indianerfilme'' ("Indians movies").
2nd Feb '12 3:34:04 PM LordGro
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Following on the success of ''DerSchatzImSilbersee'' and other {{West German|y}} {{Western}} movies, the {{East German|y}} DEFA studios produced ten Westerns for the domestic, Eastern bloc and international market. These utilized the struggle of American Indians against the advancing United States as inspirational, but tragic examples of anti-imperialist and anti-capitalist struggle. In keeping with this, the films were not called Westerns, but ''Indianerfilme'' ("Indians movies").
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Following on the success of ''DerSchatzImSilbersee'' and other {{West German|y}} {{Western}} movies, the {{East German|y}} DEFA studios produced ten Westerns for the domestic, Eastern bloc and international market. These utilized the struggle of the [[UsefulNotes/NativeAmericans American Indians Indians]] against the advancing United States as inspirational, but tragic examples of anti-imperialist and anti-capitalist struggle. In keeping with this, the films were not called Westerns, but ''Indianerfilme'' ("Indians movies").
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