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Mucho antes de que Hollywood comenzara a pintar de rojo a los hombres blancos y a vestirlos como 'Injuns', la compañía de Edison estaba usando el artículo genuino. ¡Presentando lo que se cree que es la primera aparición de los nativos americanos antes de una cámara cinematográfica 'Buffalo Dance' presenta a miembros genuinos de la tribu Sioux vestidos con trajes y pintura de guerra completa! Se cree que los bailarines son miembros veteranos de Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. Filmado nuevamente en los estudios Black Maria por Dickson y Heise, los guerreros de 'Buffalo Dance' fueron nombrados como Hair Coat, Parts His Hair y Last Horse. Al principio, es bastante extraño ver estas películas, todas están paradas esperando comenzar y, mientras comienzan, algunos de los bailarines miran la cámara de una manera casi triste por haber perdido su estilo de vida.
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