A Mohawk's Way (1910)

  |  Short, Drama


Indefatigable in the extreme was the Mohawk; excessive in his expression of gratitude, ha is equally determined in his quest for vengeance; justice, however, being his incentive. Highly ... See full summary »



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23 August 2015 | deickemeyer
It possesses something approaching a Cooper flavor
In so far as the peculiar characteristics which control Indians and mark their actions are interesting, this film is interesting. In some scenes it possesses something approaching a Cooper flavor. In others it falls below this standard. It emphasizes the characteristic which declares that the Indian's memory of friend or foe is equally strong. Further, it depicts very graphically how easy it is for the savage mind, which grasps only what it sees, to fall into the error of fetish, or charm, worship. The doctor here received no more than he deserved. Such unnecessary abuse and insults as he heaped upon the Indians quite deserved the punishment which was meted out to him. - The Moving Picture World, September 24, 1910

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