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Mascots (2011)

 -  Short | Drama | Family  -  August 2012 (USA)
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Mascots is a contemporary Native American story about a college student, who is part Native American, and his misguided journey to protest a distant university's cartoonish use of Native ... See full summary »

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Casey (as Casey Adler)
Steve Bohay ...
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Winter Fox Frank ...
Joseph
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Henry
Ben Hale ...
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Phillip Hale ...
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Deputy Martin (as Devin Padraic Hennessy)
Raymond Ingram ...
Will
David Patterson ...
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Tony Plancarte ...
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Joseph Runningfox ...
Uncle Rob
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Karen
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Helen
Adrian Yazzie ...
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Christopher Zahn ...
Guy at School
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Mascots is a contemporary Native American story about a college student, who is part Native American, and his misguided journey to protest a distant university's cartoonish use of Native American's as a school Mascot which teaches him to understand that being Native is more than how other people see him. Written by Anonymous

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