Carpenter foolishly travels into the wilderness to establish a new settlement called Carpenterville. Hawkeye suspects that the Mohawk guide is really a renegade working with the Hurons. Hawkeye and Chingachgook attempt to prevent disaster.

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Chingachgook (as Lon Chaney)
Leonard Ontkean ...
Mr. Everett Carpenter (as Len Ontkean)
Alan Zelonka ...
Sewaga
Don Garrard ...
Huron Chief Grey Wolf (as Don Gerrard)
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Jason Masters
Ruth Springford ...
Giselle Carpenter
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Carpenter foolishly travels into the wilderness to establish a new settlement called Carpenterville. Hawkeye suspects that the Mohawk guide is really a renegade working with the Hurons. Hawkeye and Chingachgook attempt to prevent disaster.

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31 July 1957 (USA)  »

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Len Ontkean and Don Garrard
18 August 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Stubborn Pioneer" opens with Hawkeye and Chingachgook trapping for furs when Huron Chief Grey Wolf (Don Garrard, second of four) challenges them to give up their furs or risk losing their scalps instead. The Hurons claim only the furs, as Hawkeye warns the nearby settlement about Grey Wolf, but cannot convince Everett Carpenter (Len Ontkean, fifth of seven) to wait for spring to begin his own settlement. Trader Jason Masters (Hugh Watson, fourth of six) conspires with Indian guide Sewaga (Alan Zelonka) to use sand in place of gunpowder to ensure that Carpenter will have little defense in case of attack. Hawkeye assures safety for Carpenter's settlers by willfully giving himself up to Grey Wolf, leaving a tearful Chingachgook behind to wonder if he'll ever see his white brother alive again. The only gaping hole left in the script is the fact that the villainy of Jason Masters goes unpunished, but it's still one of the better entries.


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