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Harry March (Character)
from Leatherstocking (1924)

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Alternate Names:
Hurry Harry March


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  1. "Hawkeye"
        - Out of the Past (1994) TV episode, Played by Ron Ely

  2. The Deerslayer (1978) (TV) Played by Charles Dierkop (as Hurry Harry March)

  3. "The Leatherstocking Tales" Played by Patrick Peuvion
    ... aka "Die Lederstrumpferzählungen" - West Germany (original title)
    ... aka "The Deerslayer" - International (English title), USA (first part title)
    ... aka "The Last of the Mohicans" - USA (second part title)
        - Der Wildtöter (1969) TV episode, Played by Patrick Peuvion / Klaus Kindler / Patrick Peuvion / Klaus Kindler

  4. The Deerslayer (1957) Played by Forrest Tucker

  5. The Deerslayer (1943) Played by Warren Ashe

  6. Leatherstocking (1924) Played by James Pierce

  7. The Deerslayer (1913) Played by Hal Reid (as Hurry Harry March)

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Fun Stuff

From The Deerslayer (1957)
Hetty Hutter: Then you're not sure then that the Hurons will give him up.
Deerslayer: Well, that depends upon what they want most: Old Tom or the scalps of their dead.
Harry March: What makes you think they want them scalps at all?
Deerslayer: Well, all Indians are superstitious, Hurons more than most. They believe that the spirit of the scalped warrior can never rest until the scalp is reclaimed.
Harry March: And then you can't go to the Happy Hunting Grounds without your hair on, huh?
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