An animated adaptation of the classic story. A young scout is befriended by a tribe of Mohawks.

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Chingachook (voice)
John Stephenson ...
Colonel Allen Munro / Delaware Chief (voice)
Paul Hecht ...
Duncan Heyward (voice)
Kristina Holland ...
Alice Munro (voice)
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Uncas (voice)
Mike Road ...
Hawkeye (voice)
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Cora Munro (voice)
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Magua / Soldier (voice)
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An animated adaptation of the classic story. A young scout is befriended by a tribe of Mohawks.

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27 November 1975 (USA)  »

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Haunting and palpable
1 February 2004 | by (Minneapolis) – See all my reviews

This little-known animated version of "Last of the Mohicans" is one of my favorite animated shorts of all time. The animation is not exactly top-quality, but it often has the feel of a watercolor. The grays and purples of the woodland dawn are beautiful and actually feel like the North American outdoors. The voicework is top-quality, and the percussion-based score is haunting, mysterious, and moody. The Native-American characters are admirable and strong, which is a refreshing change from most Hollywood depictions. The action and intrigue is kid-friendly, but serious and tense at the same time. The makers took some liberty with Fenimore Cooper's original story, but I believe the changes make it a bit better. If you are able to find this film, SEE IT!! I highly recommend it to everyone. I taped it off the TV back in the 80s, and I still enjoy it from time to time.


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