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The Pathfinder (1996)

PG-13 | | Adventure | TV Movie
This adventure follows a mid-18th-century British scout through the wilderness on a mission to sneak into a French fortress.

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... Pathfinder / Hawkeye
... Chingachgook
... Mabel Dunham
... Compte du Leon
Ralph Kussmann ... Guard on Ship
Christian Laurin ... Capt. Sanglier
... Arrowhead
... Lt. Zale (as Charles Powell)
... May
... Ensign Jasper Weston
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This adventure follows a mid-18th-century British scout through the wilderness on a mission to sneak into a French fortress.

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As bad as you can imagine. And worse. Sophmoric.
14 January 2018 | by See all my reviews

I had such high hopes! Not long after Russell means and Daniel Day Lewis last of the Mohicans, this had to be within shouting distance of that, right? With the caliber of cast and story, how bad could it be? It's like a middle school production. The scenery is gorgeous, but everything else just has that two dimensional cardboard feel. Graham Greene and Michael Hogan! Laurie Holden and Russell Means! Stacy Keach for god sake! Sometimes they sort of don't suck, almost like their natural talent accidentally shone through. All of these actors have done terrific work before and after this, so it must have been the writing and direction. You know when you're watching a bunch of kids doing a show and you keep waiting for the wig to fall off? Kevin Dillon, ladies and gentlemen...


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