The actor Charles Brunner, was an Dawes-enrolled, full-blood Creek Indian, born in the Creek Nation, Indian Territory, and spoke the Creek Indian language and English fluently. Because of his expertise in the Creek Indian language, Charlie (a nickname) also known as Chief Rolling Cloud, was selected by the state of Oklahoma and the United States Government, to act as one of the official "Creek Indian Language Interpreters", in the infamous Jackson Barnett case. After, Mr. Jackson Barnett (a full-blood Creek Indian) died, a fierce court battle and struggle ensued, among many of his "supposed" beneficiaries. Read more... the Creek Indian language, this is the reason why so many Creek Indian language interpreters were involved in the case. The aforementioned case continued on for many years. Mr. Barnett's estate was worth millions from his Oklahoma oil profits. There is a poem written about Charles "Chief Rolling Cloud" "Charlie" Brunner in the book "Poems of Dreams" by Jeff Davis Cypert aka Chief Tahachee, which describes Charlie's involvement in the Jackson Barnett case. Charlie Brunner aka Chief Rolling Cloud (Creek) and Jeff Davis Cypert aka Chief Tahachee (Cherokee) were not only fellow American Indian actor's, but remained lifelong friends. Charles Brunner and Iron Eyes Cody were twin-Godfathers to Chief Tahachee's youngest son, i.e., James Roland "Jimmy" Whiteeagle Cypert. Charlie had one daughter named Margaret Brunner. Charles was a great human being.