Hawkeye, an American scout, helps the British side in the French and Indian War, aided by his Indian blood brother Sagamore.

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Cast

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Marion Thorne
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Capt. Jonathan West
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Col. Eric Thorne
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Chief Sagamore
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Chief Ogane
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Capt. Edward Brownell
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Lt. Blakely
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Sam Girty
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Gen. Johnson
Don Garner ...
Sgt. Tom Cutler
Marcel Gourmet ...
Arthur Little Jr. ...
Adjutant Dickson
Esther Somers ...
Ma Cutler
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Hawkeye, an American scout, helps the British side in the French and Indian War, aided by his Indian blood brother Sagamore.

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Adventure | Western

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16 June 1950 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Auf Winnetous Spuren  »

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(RCA Sound System)

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1.37 : 1
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Trivia

The film takes place in 1757. See more »

Goofs

The Fort referred to in the film is Fort Williams and it is located on the Mohawk River. The historical fort was William Henry and it was located at the foot of Lake George. See more »

Quotes

Chief Ogane: Take squaw to marriage hut.
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Connections

Version of Last of the Mohicans (1977) See more »

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Classic Karlson, unique and gripping on any terms.
26 March 2003 | by (Brooklyn, NY, United States) – See all my reviews

Although set during the French and Indian War, this suspenceful, fast and violent film is fuelled by strick Film Noir. An innocent man falls deeper into a web of deceit and danger trying to prove his innocence. Director Phil Karlson weaves his powerful style of disturbing close ups, unique twists and turns, unflinching / sudden violence and claustrophobic realism with charactors from James Fennimore Cooper's "Last of the Mohicans". Colorful performances all around particularly from film heavy Sheldon Leonard as a rather sinister Native American Indian. Contains the magical quality that compels you to watch it every six months or so.


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