A short version of James Fenimore Cooper's famous tale about Natty Bumppo, or "Hawkeye," and his exploits during the French and Indian war.




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Credited cast:
The Colonel
One of the Colonel's Nieces
One of the Colonel's Nieces
Big Serpent
Leather Stocking
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Adele DeGarde
Frank Evans ...
An Indian
A Child
Guy Hedlund ...
An Indian
An Indian
James Kirkwood ...
A Trapper
Anthony O'Sullivan ...
A Soldier
Frank Powell ...
A Soldier


Freely adapted from the tales of James Fenimore Cooper. Our story starts with the Colonel and his two nieces starting out to make a short cut to Fort George, accompanied by a scout and piloted by a trusted Indian guide, who was none other than Big Serpent. This traitorous redskin is elated at the opportunity to perpetrate a long cherished revenge. To this effect he has notified his followers and they stand in readiness to act at his call. Proceeding on their journey, they come to a mountain stream, where the party rest and take water, Big Serpent and the scout leading the horses into the shade of the wood. Just prior to the party's arrival, Leather Stocking and Uncas meet, and when they learn Big Serpent is guiding the party, they express their misgivings, being sure of his sinister intention, and truly, for while they are indicating their fears, the scout rushes on and tells that he had been assaulted and the horses killed. Leather Stocking and Uncas volunteer to see the party ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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27 September 1909 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Læderstrømpe og Den sidste Mohikaner  »

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