Hawkeye and the Last of the Mohicans: Season 1, Episode 38

The Indian Doll (18 Dec. 1957)

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Little Snowbird falls into a deep trance after Hawkeye presents her with a doll.


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Episode cast overview:
John Hart ...
Chingachgook (as Lon Chaney)
Ed Wilson ...
Chief Killbuck
Henry Comor ...
Black Fox
Eric Clavering ...
Rochelle Goldstein ...
Vita Linder ...
Les Rubie ...
Doc Charles Brady


Little Snowbird falls into a deep trance after Hawkeye presents her with a doll.

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18 December 1957 (Canada)  »

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A touch of voodoo
8 November 2014 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"The Indian Doll" is an interesting contrast to the more typical episodes, introducing an element of horror to the proceedings. Hawkeye (John Hart) befriends little Snowbird (Rochelle Goldstein), and presents her with a doll as a gift. Her happiness is short lived however, as she is suddenly felled by a strange malady which puts her into a trance. It's not voodoo but all too human villainy, courtesy of medicine man Redwing (Eric Clavering), whose guilt is eventually revealed by Doeskin (Vita Linder), leaving only Chingachgook (Lon Chaney) to discover the antidote that can bring Snowbird out of her deep sleep. Eric Clavering makes his third and final appearance, while doing the second of two are Les Rubie and Vita Linder, sister of Cec Linder (Felix Leiter in "Goldfinger," who likewise did a pair).

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