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The Deerslayer (1943)

Approved | | Action, Adventure, Drama | 22 November 1943 (USA)
Deerslayer, a white man who was brought up by the Mohicans, helps his old tribe when the Hurons steal Princess Wah Tah, the betrothed of his friend Jingo-Good. His friends, the Hutters, are... See full summary »

Director:

Lew Landers

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James Fenimore Cooper (novel), John W. Krafft (adaptation) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Bruce Kellogg ... Deerslayer
Jean Parker ... Judith Hutter
Larry Parks ... Jingo-Good
Warren Ashe Warren Ashe ... Harry March
Wanda McKay ... Hetty Hutter
Yvonne De Carlo ... Princess Wah-Tah
Addison Richards ... Mr. Hutter
John Michaels John Michaels ... Bobby Hutter (as Johnny Michaels)
Philip Van Zandt ... Briarthorn (as Phil Van Zandt)
Trevor Bardette ... Chief Rivanoak
Robert Warwick ... Chief Uncas
Chief Many Treaties Chief Many Treaties ... Chief Brave Eagle
Clancy Cooper ... Mr. Barlow
Princess Whynemank Princess Whynemank ... Indian Girl
William Edmund William Edmund ... Huron Sub-Chief
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Deerslayer, a white man who was brought up by the Mohicans, helps his old tribe when the Hurons steal Princess Wah Tah, the betrothed of his friend Jingo-Good. His friends, the Hutters, are a white family living on an ark in the middle of a lake. The Hurons attack them and Deerslayer enlists the aid of scout Harry March, who is escorting sixty-five brides to the near-by settlement. Deerslayer and Harry are both in love with Judith Hutter, who is secretly in love with Harry. The Hurons succeed in capturing her father and Harry, where-upon Judith's sister Hetty, playing on an Indian superstition never to harm an insane person, feigns madness and makes an escape. Hutter, Judith, Hetty and Princess Wah-Tah return to the ark, where they ate attacked by the waiting Hurons and Hetty is killed. Deerslayer, Harry and the settlement men arrive to time to drive the Hurons away. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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THE THRILL TALE OF AMERICA'S PIONEERS! (original poster - all caps) See more »


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 November 1943 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Lake Elsinore, California, USA

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Production Co:

Cardinal Pictures Inc. See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Yvonne decorates the forest. Nicely.
3 December 2005 | by Leslie Howard AdamsSee all my reviews

Deerslayer (Bruce Kellogg), a white man who was brought up by the Mohicans, helps his old tribe when the Hurons steal Princess Wah Tah (Yvonne de Carlo), the betrothed of his friend Jingo-Good (Larry Parks.) His friends, the Hutters, are a white family living on an ark in the middle of a lake. The Hurons attack them and Deerslayer enlists the aid of scout Harry March (Warren Ashe), who is escorting sixty-five brides to the near-by settlement. Deerslayer and Harry are both in love with Judith Hutter (Jean Parker), who is secretly in love with Harry.

The Hurons succeed in capturing her father (Addison Richards) and Harry, where-upon Judith's sister Hetty (Wanda McKay), playing on an Indian superstition never to harm an insane person, feigns madness and makes an escape.

Hutter, Judith, Hetty and Princess Wah-Tah return to the ark, where they ate attacked by the waiting Hurons and Hetty is killed. Deerslayer, Harry and the settlement men arrive to time to drive the Hurons away.

An independent production, by E. R. Derr, intended for distribution by Producers Releasing Corporation, but Republic Pictures, in need of additional product to met their exhibitor contracts, bought the finished film to distribute through their own exchanges.


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