For it's 1996 movie "Crazy Horse," TNT Films utilized the landscapes of the Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary south of Hot Springs. Michael Greyeyes played the title role and many well-known actors were also featured in the film.
I was privileged to watch a day of filming at the set and caught Michael here awaiting direction for a scene where Crazy Horse and his band enter the Red Cloud Agency. Directly from Michael's official is this thought on the location - "One of the joys of filming for 'Crazy Horse' was working in South Dakota, on location in Paha Sapa (the Black Hills). It's an incredibly beautiful and sacred place." www.michael-greyeyes.com
Actor Larry Sellers was also featured in "Crazy Horse". TV viewers might recognize him as Cloud Dancing in the series "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman."
TNT Films built a fairly elaborate recreation of Fort Robinson, Nebraska at the Wild Horse Sanctuary for "Crazy Horse." It still stands today and has been used for other films including "Who Killed Crazy Horse?" in 2005.
For more information on the Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary, see www.wildmustangs.com.