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The Last of the Mohicans (1932)

The Last of the Mohicans (1932) Movie


The Last of the Mohicans

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Ratings/Votes
6.6/10 (60 Votes)

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Release Date
(USA) - 17 May 1932
(Finland) - 4 April 1935
(Turkey) - 1936
(Portugal) - 23 August 1946
(Austria) - 1950

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Running Time
USA:231 (12 episodes)

Tagline

Keywords
12-chapters, based-on-novel, serial

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Cast of The Last of the Mohicans

  1. Auer, Mischa as [Gen. Montcalm] <11>
  2. Big Tree, Chief John as (uncredited) [Huron warrior]
  3. Bosworth, Hobart as [Chingachgook, 'the Sagamore'] <2>
  4. Canutt, Yakima as [Black Fox/messenger [Ch.1]/bullion wagon driver [Ch.6]] <12>
  5. Carey, Harry as [Hawkeye] <1>
  6. Coghlan Jr., Frank as (as Junior Coghlan) [Uncas] <3>
  7. Corey, Jim as (uncredited) [Dulac Henchman]
  8. Craven, Al as (uncredited) [Dulac Henchman]
  9. Hearn, Edward as [Col. Munro] <10>
  10. Kortman, Bob as [Magua] <7>
  11. Layne, Tracy as (uncredited) [British Sentry [Chs. 3, 5]/Wagon Escort [Ch. 4]/Huron Warrior]
  12. McDowell, Nelson as [David Gamut] <9>
  13. McGrail, Walter as [Dulac (the French spy)] <8>
  14. Miller, Walter (I) as [Maj. Duncan Heyward] <6>
  15. Sage, Lee as (uncredited) [Horseman]
  16. Booth, Edwina as [Cora Munro] <4>
  17. Browne, Lucile as [Alice Munro] <5>
  18. Gale, Joan as (uncredited) [Red Wing [Ch.10]]
  19. Richford, Jewel as (uncredited) [Girl]

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Genres in The Last of the Mohicans

  1. Action
  2. Adventure

Plot of The Last of the Mohicans

Natty Bumppo, known as Hawk-Eye, is a frontiersman in the American wilderness. Together with his Indian friends Chingachgook and Uncas, he fights battles against nefarious white soldiers as well as Full Plot >>

Composers of music of The Last of the Mohicans

  1. Zahler, Lee (uncredited)

Cinematographers of The Last of the Mohicans

  1. Miller, Ernest (I)
  2. Young, Jack (I)

Distributors of The Last of the Mohicans

DTP Entertainment [de] - (2011) (Germany) (DVD)
Mascot Pictures [us] - (1932) (USA) (theatrical)
VCI Entertainment [us] - (????) (USA) (DVD)
VCI Home Video [us] - (????) (USA) (VHS)

Editors of The Last of the Mohicans

  1. Snyder, Ray (I)

Misc of The Last of the Mohicans

  1. Levine, Nat (I) (presenter) (uncredited)

Other Titles of The Last of the Mohicans

  1. Der letzte Mohikaner (1950) (ENG)
    (Austria)

  2. L'agonia di una stirpe (1932) (ENG)
    (Italy)

Shooting/Filming Locations of The Last of the Mohicans

  1. Iverson Ranch - 1 Iverson Lane, Chatsworth, Los Angeles, California, USA
  2. Kern River, California, USA
  3. Kernville, California, USA
  4. Lake Sherwood, California, USA
  5. North Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA
  6. Russell Ranch - Triunfo Canyon Road, Thousand Oaks, California, USA

Trivia of The Last of the Mohicans

- Originally released and shown in theatres as a multi-episode serial, much like the "Flash Gordon" or "Buck Rogers" serials.

- The character of Dulac was created for this film and does not appear in the novel.

- Chapter Titles: - 1. Wild Waters - 2. Flaming Arrows - 3. Rifle of Tomahawk - 4. Riding With Death - 5. Red Shadows - 6. The Lure of Gold - 7. The Crimson Trail - 8. The Tide of Battle - 9. A Redskin's Honor - 10. The Enemy's Stronghold - 11. Paleface Magic - 12. The End of the Trail

- An edited/condensed feature version of this serial was released in 1948, by Albert Dezel Productions, with the title "The Return of the Mohicans". It was part of a double bill with "The Return of Kit Carson", an edited/condensed version of Mascot's 1933 "Fighting With Kit Carson" serial.

- 'Nelson McDowell' (qv) played the same part (David Gamut) in the 1920 silent version, _The Last of the Mohicans (1920)_ (qv).

- According to an April 8, 1932, Associated Press news item, during production an uncredited extra, 'Lee Sage' (qv), was thrown by his horse and hospitalized with six broken ribs. Full Trivia >>