Last of the Mohicans

Season 1 Episode 1

Last of the Mohicans-Episode 1

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Aired Unknown Jan 17, 1971 on BBC
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Last of the Mohicans-Episode 1
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In 1757, half sisters Alice and Cora Munro set out on a journey to join their father, the British commander of Fort William Henry, located on the New York frontier. Unfortunately for the two damsels it will be a long and treacherous journey filled with peril at the hands of hostile Native American tribesmen. Helping the two sisters along the way are frontier scout Hawkeye and his two Native American companions, Uncas and Chingachgook.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Prentis Hancock

    Prentis Hancock

    Lt. Grant

    Guest Star

    Roy Skelton

    Roy Skelton

    Private Jones

    Guest Star

    Hilary Minster

    Hilary Minster

    Sergeant at Fort Edward

    Guest Star

    David Leland (I)

    David Leland (I)

    David Gamut

    Recurring Role

    Noël Coleman

    Noël Coleman

    General Webb

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • The character of Benjamin Franklin "Hawkeye" Pierce on M*A*S*H took his nickname from the lead character in Last of the Mohicans. According to Hawkeye Pierce, his father nicknamed him that after reading the novel which was supposedly the only book the elder Pierce ever read.

    • QUOTES (5)

      • Munro (about Uncas and Chingachgook): The best of a shifty lot. In fact, for Indians none better.

      • Hayward: This American campaign will soon be over. We'll drive General Montcalm and his Indian allies back into Canada.
        Munro: General Montcalm may have other ideas.

      • Cora: I would exchange all the young men in Scotland for one word with father.
        Alice: So would I but I'd prefer to have father come home to Scotland.

      • Webb: I suppose no soldier is entirely happy with the situation he finds himself in. Unless he be at home in his bed in England.

      • Chingachgook (to Hawkeye): The ways and thoughts of the white man are strange.

        Editor's Note: I suppose the writer just couldn't help himself when he included this cliched line.

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