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Last of the Dogmen
(1995)
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Composed and Produced by:

Orchestrated and Conducted by:
Nicholas Dodd

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LABEL & RELEASE DATE
Atlantic/Warner Music
(November 7th, 1995)
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Regular U.S. release, but out of print and valued on the secondary market at $30 or more.
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Buy it... if you relish those early David Arnold scores of immense orchestral power and rich harmonies without synthetic interference.

Avoid it... if you did care for the lyrical depth of Stargate or Independence Day and wouldn't be interested in an even more lush version of those scores.
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FILMTRACKS TRAFFIC RANK: #606
WRITTEN 5/9/98, REVISED 4/23/06
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Last of the Dogmen: (David Arnold) There was a law in Montana that was just recently repealed: "Seven or more Indians are considered a raiding or war party and it is legal to shoot them." Perhaps the people who still believed in the validity of that law in the 1990's had seen the movie Last of the Dogmen, though even they should have figured out just how far-fetched the plot of the film really is. Writer/director Tab Murphy's 1995 film presents the idea that it's possible that a handful of Cheyenne dogmen survived the 1864 Sand Creek Massacre and were still miraculously living hidden from modern-day 1995 life in the treacherous mountain regions of Montana. Anyone who's lived in Montana (as of 1995) knows that hippies have hiked into every last square mile of the Rocky Mountains and hugged their trees, not to mention geologists and forest rangers that survey all that territory every day. In short, in an age when there exist little airports and portable toilet cabins in even the most remote regions of the Bob Marshal Wilderness, the very notion that there could be unaffected Native Americans someplace in the mountains is utterly ludicrous. Never mind that it's only reality that's lost in Last of the Dogmen, however; the discovery of the remote Cheyenne tribe is made by an expert tracker hired by a local sheriff to locate three escaped convicts. He takes a leading Indian expert (and natural love interest) with him to communicate with the Cheyenne he suspects as having killed the convicts, and once they find the tribe, they're conflicted about how to protect them.



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TRACK LISTINGS AND AUDIO
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Total Time: 36:19
• 1. Last of the Dogmen (3:17)
• 2. The Widerness (1:50)
• 3. Somebody's Out There (2:46)
• 4. The First Arrow (1:50)
• 5. The Story of Jacko (1:43)
• 6. War Party (3:04)
• 7. Medicine Run (2:51)
• 8. Cheyenne Valley (2:46)
• 9. The County Line (1:59)
• 10. The Truth (2:12)
• 11. Go in a Good Way (1:57)
• 12. Leaving Forever (3:58)
• 13. Faith & Courage (3:55)
• 14. The Last Arrow (1:55)

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The insert includes a note by director Tab Murphy about the score.
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