The life of George Armstrong Custer comes alive in this made for television movie. Written by K.L
Kate Bighead: They call it the Fetterman massacre. After the officer who swore that with 80 men, he could wipe out the entire Sioux nation. It was no massacre. Them soldiers were stupid, and they rode to their deaths. [Indian warriors fire a barrage of arrows at the U.S soldiers] George Armstrong Custer: [after pursuing a group of Indians on horseback who started to scatter] They scattered. They scattered! [Fires his rifle in the air] George Armstrong Custer: Give me a civilized war! An enemy I can find and beat! An enemy who fights by the rules! Officer: [Upon discovering Custer's cavalry at the Little Bighorn, which has been annihilated] Oh, how white they look. Capt. William F. Benteen: There he is. Damn him. Ah, he'll never fight anymore. George Armstrong Custer: [Upon realizing he had ran into a hornet's nest, where Crazy Horse's men were] My God. This is not the end of the village. This is the middle. George Armstrong Custer: [a doctor tends to the wounded deserters] Stay away from that wagon, doctor. I have no sympathy with those men. They will receive no aid. Is this clear?