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Darlene Craviotto (written by)
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Release Date:
28 October 1994 (USA) See more »
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Historically inaccurate chronicle of Squanto's life prior to and including the arrival of the "Mayflower" in 1620. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Film mangles history, but Squanto's paragon still inspires us See more (14 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

Adam Beach ... Squanto

Sheldon Peters Wolfchild ... Mooshawset

Irene Bedard ... Nakooma

Eric Schweig ... Epenow
Leroy Peltier ... Pequod

Michael Gambon ... Sir George

Nathaniel Parker ... Thomas Dermer

Alex Norton ... Harding

Mark Margolis ... Capt. Hunt

Julian Richings ... Sir George's Servant

Mandy Patinkin ... Brother Daniel

Donal Donnelly ... Brother Paul

Stuart Pankin ... Brother Timothy

Paul Klementowicz ... Brother James
Bray Poor ... Dr. Fuller

Tim Hopper ... William Bradford

John Saint Ryan ... Miles Standish
John Dunn-Hill ... Gov. John Carver (as John Dunn Hill)
Selim Running Bear Sandoval ... Attaquin (as Selim Running Bear)
Mark Abbott ... Pocknet
Eula Donkeen Crying Wind ... Medicine Woman
James Augustine ... Medicine Man
Katherine Sorbey ... Nosapocket
Karen Doucette ... Squanto's Mother
Kerrie Lawrence ... Farm Woman
Shaun Gillis ... Boy In Crowd
Richard Collins ... Barker
Teddy Lee Dillon ... Archangel Officer
Don Carmody ... Archangel Officer
Derek Warner ... Monk
Glen O'Neil ... Monk
David Morley ... Monk
Stephen Wall ... Monk
Donald MacLeod ... Monk
Ed MacLeod ... Monk
Gus MacDonald ... Monk
Chuck Houck ... Monk
Douglas Bayer ... Monk
Barry Donahue ... Monk
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Braden Wright ... Archangel Officer (uncredited)

Directed by
Xavier Koller 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Darlene Craviotto (written by)

Produced by
Don Carmody .... executive producer
Kathryn F. Galan .... producer
 
Original Music by
Joel McNeely 
 
Cinematography by
Robbie Greenberg (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Lisa Day 
Gillian L. Hutshing  (as Gillian Hutshing)
 
Casting by
Lynn Stalmaster 
 
Production Design by
Gemma Jackson 
 
Art Direction by
Claude Paré 
 
Set Decoration by
Anthony Greco 
Pierre L'Heureux 
 
Costume Design by
Olga Dimitrov 
 
Makeup Department
Réjean Forget .... assistant hair stylist (as Rejean Forget)
Johanne Gravel .... second assistant makeup artist
Lizane La Salle .... assistant makeup artist: extras
Elizabeth Lambert .... key makeup artist
Jane Meade .... makeup artist: second unit
Serge Morache .... hair stylist: second unit
André Morneau .... assistant hair stylist (as Andre Morneau)
Debbie Lee Pearson .... makeup artist: second unit
Norma Richard .... hair stylist: second unit
Cécile Rigault .... first assistant makeup artist (as Cecile Rigault)
Mary Ann Valdes .... key hair stylist
 
Production Management
Michel Chauvin .... unit manager
Jean-Yves Dolbec .... assistant unit manager
Danielle Fontaine .... assistant unit manager: second unit
Cindy Morton .... production supervisor
Gilles Perrault .... unit manager: second unit
Josette Perrotta .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Penny Charter .... third assistant director
Dean Raphael Ferrandini .... second unit director (as Dean Ferrandini)
Elisabeth-Ann Gimber .... second assistant director: second unit (as Elizabeth Gimber)
Ron Mezey .... second assistant director (as Ronald Mezey)
Shandi Mitchell .... third assistant director: second unit
Anne Murphy .... first assistant director: second unit
Louise Renault .... second second assistant director
Chris Stoia .... first assistant director (as Christopher Stoia)
Michael A. Williams .... first assistant director (as Michael Williams)
 
Art Department
Rejean Brochu .... construction coordinator
Louise Cova .... art department coordinator
Serge Gagne .... construction foreman
Alain Giguère .... head scenic artist
Isabelle Guay .... assistant art director
Denis Hamel .... property master
Simon La Haye .... lead person (as Simon LaHaye)
Étienne Lapointe-Proulx .... assistant property master (as Etienne Lapointe-Proulx)
Michèle Nolet .... lead person
Véronique Pagnoux .... stand-by painter (as Veronique Pagnoux)
André Ratelle .... on-set props: second unit
Zoe Sakellaropoulo .... assistant art director
Bruno Sorel .... scenic artist (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
David Franklin Bergad .... assistant adr editor (as David Bergad)
Mark Berger .... sound re-recording mixer
Yin Cantor .... assistant dialogue editor
Jacqueline Carmody .... assistant sound effects editor
Joan E. Chapman .... adr editor (as Joan Chapman)
Lisa Chino .... assistant sound effects editor
Tobin Davis .... assistant dialogue editor
Francesca Dodd .... assistant to sound supervisor
Patrick Dodd .... supervising sound editor
Frank E. Eulner .... sound effects editor (as Frank Eulner)
Malcolm Fife .... foley editor
Claude La Haye .... boom operator (as Claude Lahaye)
Jennifer Myers .... foley walker
Margie O'Malley .... foley walker
Philip Rogers .... sound recordist
Patrick Rousseau .... production sound mixer
Michael Semanick .... sound re-recording mixer
Robert Shoup .... sound effects editor (as Bob Shoup)
Eric Thompson .... foley mixer
John Verbeck .... sound effects editor
Francesca Dodd .... dialogue editor (uncredited)
Kevin Rose-Williams .... assistant sound editor (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Mario Dumont .... special effects technician
Jacques Langlois .... special effects technician: second unit
André Laperrière .... special effects technician
Pierre 'Bill' Rivard .... special effects technician (as Bill Rivard)
Ken Speed .... special effects coordinator
Antonio Vidosa .... special effects technician: second unit
 
Stunts
Joel Belley .... stunts
Randy Boliver .... stunts
Andy Bradshaw .... stunts
Eric Bryson .... stunts
Shelley Cook .... stunts (as Shelly Cook)
Peter Cox .... stunts
Ken Downey .... stunts
Jim Dunn .... stunts
Flint Eagle .... stunt performer
John Eaves .... stunts
Rick Forsayeth .... stunts
Ben Gauthier .... stunt double: Squanto (as Benoit Gauthier)
François Gauthier .... stunt double: Squanto (as Francois Gauthier)
Johnny Goar .... stunts
Erez Gudes .... stunts
Larry Johnson .... stunts
Jamie Jones .... stunts
Héléna Laliberté .... stunts (as Helena Laliberte)
Patrick Mark .... stunts
David McKeown .... stunt coordinator: second unit (as Dave McKeown)
David McKeown .... stunts (as Dave McKeown)
Dwayne McLean .... stunts
Larry A. McLean .... stunts (as Larry McLean)
Cameron Mustain .... stunts
Minor Mustain .... stunt coordinator
Rick Parker .... stunts
Denny Peterson .... stunts (as Dennis Peterson)
J.D. Peterson .... stunts
Levi Peterson .... stunts
Bryan Renfro .... stunts (as Brian Renfro)
David Rigby .... stunts
Paul Rutledge .... stunts
Michael Scherer .... stunts
Jane Smither .... stunts
John Stoneham Jr. .... stunts
Ron Van Hart .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Robert B. Baylis .... best boy grip: second unit
Charles Beetz .... best boy: second unit
Mikey Bertrand .... key grip
Alain Brouillette .... best boy grip
Jean Courteau .... chief lighting technician
François Daignault .... second assistant camera (as Francois Daignault)
Attila Dory .... still photographer
Mathieu Décary .... first assistant camera (as Mathieu Decary)
Marc Ehrenbold .... camera focus puller
Henri Fiks .... camera operator
Paul Gravel .... first assistant camera
Pierre Jodoin .... second assistant camera: second unit
Robert Lapierre Jr. .... key grip: second unit (as Robert LaPierre)
John Lewin .... best boy electric
Forbes MacDonald .... second assistant camera (as Forbes MacDonald Jr.)
Nicolas Marion .... first assistant camera: second unit (as Nicholas Marion)
Alain Masse .... dolly grip (as Alain Massé)
Robert Mattigetz .... gaffer: second unit (as Bob Mattigetz)
Mathieu Price .... daily grip
Maurice Roy .... camera operator
Paul Gravel .... focus puller (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Barbara Collins .... casting assistant
Rene Haynes .... casting: Native American roles
Andrea Kenyon .... extras casting
Coral Legault .... casting assistant
Clare Walker .... additional casting
Randi Wells .... extras casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Fabienne April .... key wardrobe
Suzanne Canuel .... key wardrobe: second unit
Sylvie Clément .... costumer (as Sylvie Clement)
Mario Davignon .... assistant costume coordinator
Mario Davignon .... assistant costume designer
Louise Gagne .... costumer
James A. Worthen .... wardrobe assistant
Roberta Palmer .... wardrobe assistant (uncredited)
Lyse Pomerleau .... dresser (uncredited)
 
Editorial Department
David Broberg .... first assistant film editor
Dale Campbell .... assistant film editor
Rosmary Conte .... assistant film editor (as Rosemary Conte)
Brian Hamblet .... apprentice film editor (as Brian Inman Hamblet)
Peter Heinemann .... assistant film editor
David Orr .... color timer
Theresa Repola Mohammed .... negative cutter
 
Music Department
Steven Bramson .... additional orchestrator
Sandy DeCrescent .... music contractor (as Sandy De Crescent)
Charles Martin Inouye .... supervising music editor
Shawn Murphy .... music scoring mixer
Michael Patterson .... additional orchestrator
Nicholas Pike .... composer: additional music
David Slonaker .... orchestrator
George A. Martin .... music editor (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
Don Poole .... transportation coordinator
Emmanuel 'Manny' Taylor .... driver
Tim Parkinson .... driver (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Isabelle Abastado .... assistant to producer
Jenny Aleman .... first assistant accountant
Janine Anderton .... production coordinator
Nick Barker .... assistant location manager (as Nicholas Barker)
Pierre Bosse .... canoe wrangler
France Boudreau .... continuity supervisor
Gary Boudreau .... marine coordinator
Dominique Bruballa .... production accountant (as Dominique Bruball)
Joe Camp .... animal supplier
Andrew Campbell .... armorer
Sebastien Cassou .... production assistant
Francis Choquette .... production assistant
Lesley Clark .... assistant production coordinator (as Leslie Clark)
Vern Crofoot .... master armorer (as R. Vern Crofoot)
Edmond Delorimier .... production assistant: second unit
Jim Edward .... production assistant: second unit
Dominic Fidelibus .... supervising copyist
Eric Gendron .... production assistant
Erez Gudes .... bear trainer
West Humphries .... caterer
Howard Jeddore .... native consultant
Terry Kuebler .... animal trainer
Joëlle Lambert .... script supervisor: second unit
Pierre Lapointe .... production assistant
Kevin Larade .... body double: reshoots
Louis Legault .... craft service
Patrick Legault .... craft service
Jim Lipman .... boat captain
Mary Pantelidis .... production coordinator: second unit
Andrew E. Pecs .... second assistant accountant (as Andrew Pecs)
Russell Peters .... native consultant
Denny Peterson .... head horse wrangler (as Dennis Peterson)
Stefan Pleszczynski .... location manager
Stefan Pleszczynski .... second unit supervisor
William Porquet .... crowd control
Pierrette Pretty .... production assistant
Marce Savoie .... canoe wrangler
Philippe Touchette .... production assistant
Bill Vergis .... head trainer: bears
C. Ransom Walrod .... marine consultant (as Ransom Walrod)
Sara E. White .... assistant to director
Rob Wilton .... bear trainer
Braden Wright .... unit publicist (as Darryl A. Wright)
Paul Dupont .... safety coordinator: second unit (uncredited)
Burton Sharp .... adr group coordinator (uncredited)
David Sousa .... animal trainer: Eagle (uncredited)
 

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Also Known As:
"The Last Great Warrior" - International (English title)
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MPAA:
Rated PG for action violence
Runtime:
102 min
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4 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
Film mangles history, but Squanto's paragon still inspires us, 17 November 2007
Author: keesha45 from United States

As a history buff and a published writer in that subject, I was distressed to see how the film's storyline warped the real history of Squanto, especially in how he was treated by his English hosts, which was mostly cordial by all accounts, during the many years he actually lived on the other side of the Pond (and should have gotten Frequent Sailor Miles for all those trips he made back and forth over the Atlantic.) But it does show he learned the lessons of the Christian virtues taught him by the Franciscan monks and others who befriended him during that time, and more important, he passed them on to his Indian brethren so that they might live in harmony with their new neighbors. Like two other films that were released about this same time, DANCES WITH WOLVES and LAST OF THE MOHICANS, it shows that people of differing cultures can work together to accomplish great things, even in the face of great hostility between the two sides by those not so enlightened. At the screening of this film last night at the Lidgerwood Presbyterian Church, we watched this tale unfold and found it to be a great way of remembering why we celebrate Thanksgiving in the U.S.A. History teaches us (or it did when most of us in the church's audience went to school)that Squanto played a huge part in ensuring the Pilgrims could grow enough food and hunt and fish well enough to survive the coming winter, a task he did so well that it enabled the Pilgrims and their Indian neighbors to partake in a feast that continues as a tradition in America almost four centuries later. But this film carries a message beyond our traditional rationale for having a uniquely American holiday set apart to give thanks to God for providing bounty and blessings to all Americans in this land.That mostly overlooked message that many of us don't see today but that Squanto recognized is that peace and brotherhood and charity must be practiced if we are to survive and prosper in this world.

In a year (1994) when the Disney Studios released so many entertaining films (IRON WILL, THE LION KING, THE JUNGLE BOOK, THE SANTA CLAUSE, ANGELS IN THE OUTFIELD, D2-MIGHTY DUCKS,) this stood out as a real gem of a movie that still entertains and inspires us today. I think Walt Disney would have been proud to have put his name on such a fine production by the motion picture company bearing his name. Thanks be to Walt, thanks be to Squanto and thanks, most of all, to God. Happy Thanksgiving. Dale Roloff

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