Susannah of the Mounties

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Released 1939

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Director:
William A. Seiter
Released:
1939
Rating:
G
Susannah of the Mounties is a 1939 film directed by Walter Lang and William A. Seiter. It tells the story of a young girl, Susannah Sheldon (Shirley Temple), who becomes an orphan as a result of a violent Indian massacre. She is rescued by Mounted Police inspector Angus "Monty" (Randolph Scott). Monty and his girlfriend Vicky (Margaret Lockwood) become Susannah's new shelter and family. The girl starts to learn more about the Blackfeet Indians, their traditions and the conflict with white people building the Canadian Pacific Railroad. She develops a friendship with Indian Chief Big Eagle's (Maurice Moscovitch) son Little Chief (Martin Good Reader), receiving from the young indian the name Golden Hawk. Soon the smart and outspoken girl becomes the bridge connecting the two cultures and the unexpected negotiator of the peace treaty in this conflict. Using her charm and juvenile sincerity to stop the ongoing violence between indians and the white people, she contributes to the establishment of friendship and peace on the frontier.moreless
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