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Release Date:
27 November 1975 (USA) See more »
An animated adaptation of the classic story. A young scout is befriended by a tribe of Mohawks. | Add synopsis »
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Haunting and palpable See more (1 total) »


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John Doucette ... Chingachook (voice)
John Stephenson ... Colonel Allen Munro / Delaware Chief (voice)
Paul Hecht ... Duncan Heyward (voice)
Kristina Holland ... Alice Munro (voice)

Casey Kasem ... Uncas (voice)

Mike Road ... Hawkeye (voice)

Joan Van Ark ... Cora Munro (voice)

Frank Welker ... Magua / Soldier (voice)

Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
James Fenimore Cooper  book
Draper Lewis  story adaption (as Lewis Draper)

Produced by
Neil Balnaves .... executive producer
Film Editing by
Peter Addison 
Peter Jennings 
Production Management
Peter Addison .... production director
Sound Department
Ian Spruce .... track reader
Camera and Electrical Department
Jan Cregan .... camera operator
Animation Department
Tony Ablen .... animator
Jack Appel .... assistant animator
Karel Barták .... background artist
Susan Beak .... animator (as Sue Beak)
Lesley Blayney .... animation checker
Lesley Blayney .... xerographer
Kerin Brasier .... painting supervisor
Gail Brown .... painting supervisor
Ingrid Carlstrom .... assistant animator
Chris Cuddington .... animation director
Rodney D'Silva .... assistant animator (as Rodney De'Silva)
Luis Daniel .... animator
Don Ezard .... animator
Cam Ford .... animator
Bob Fosbery .... layout artist (as Bob Fosberry)
Peter Gardiner .... animator
Gerry Grabner .... animator
Jan Green .... background artist
Eva Helischer .... assistant animator
Annie Lee Holm .... animation checker
Manon Hughes .... assistant animator
Greg Ingram .... animator
Denise Kirkham .... assistant animator
Sebastian La Costa .... animator (as Sebastian)
Cynthia Leech .... animator
Wallace Logue .... animator (as Wal Logue)
Peter Luschwitz .... animator
Ian MacKenzie .... animator (as Ian McKenzie)
Ian MacKenzie .... layout artist (as Ian McKenzie)
Paul Maron .... assistant animator
John Martin .... assistant animator
Paul McAdam .... animator
Virginia Mort .... assistant animator
Azmi Mounir .... background artist (as Azmi Azmi)
Alex Nicholas .... layout artist
Narelle Nixon .... animation checker
Marie Orr .... assistant animator
Steve Robinson .... assistant animator
Laurie Sharpe .... animator
Sue Speer .... background artist
Mike Stapleton .... assistant animator
Jan Stephens .... assistant animator
Gerald Wylie .... animator
Jim Wylie .... assistant animator
Richard Zaloudek .... background artist
Other crew
Rosslyn Miles .... production coordinator

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Additional Details

USA:60 min (including commercials)
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
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The film takes place in 1757.See more »
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Version of The Iroquois Trail (1950)See more »


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2 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
Haunting and palpable, 1 February 2004
Author: W (SpartanPursuit) from Minneapolis

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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