This photo provided by Americans for Indian Opportunity shows LaDonna Harris, left, president of Americans for Indian Opportunity, poses with actor Johnny Depp at her Albuquerque, N.M., home on May 16, 2012. Harris invited Depp to become an adopted member of the Comanche Indian tribe in a private ceremony. Depp is currently filming the role of Tonto in “The Long Ranger” in New Mexico. (AP Photo/Courtesy of Americans for Indian Opportunity)

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This photo provided by Americans for Indian Opportunity shows LaDonna Harris, left, president of Americans for Indian Opportunity, poses with actor Johnny Depp at her Albuquerque, N.M., home on May 16, 2012. Harris invited Depp to become an adopted member of the Comanche Indian tribe in a private ceremony. Depp is currently filming the role of Tonto in “The Long Ranger” in New Mexico. (AP Photo/Courtesy of Americans for Indian Opportunity)
This photo provided by Americans for Indian Opportunity shows LaDonna Harris, left, president of Americans for Indian Opportunity, poses with actor Johnny Depp at her Albuquerque, N.M., home on May 16, 2012. Harris invited Depp to become an adopted member of the Comanche Indian tribe in a private ceremony. Depp is currently filming the role of Tonto in “The Long Ranger” in New Mexico. (AP Photo/Courtesy of Americans for Indian Opportunity)
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