This version of the battle of Little Big Horn has both its bad and good points. The drama unfortunately is overlong and tediously directed in parts. However, SITTING BULL ranks as one of the more accurate accounts of the battle, with none of the racism found in so many programmer
westerns. Robertson is the cavalry major who believes the Indians should receive just treatment under the law. He tries to prevent Kennedy from riding into disaster but to no avail. Robertson is court-marshaled for befriending the enemy and sentenced to death. However Naish, as the great Indian
leader Sitting Bull, intervenes by petitioning the President, Hamilton, who had been Robertson's...