The Iroquois Trail (1950)

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Hawkeye, an American scout, helps the British side in the French and Indian War, aided by his Indian blood brother Sagamore.



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12 July 2004 | tmwest
| Same hero, but it is not "The Last of the Mohicans".
Besides 'The Iroquois Trail' Phil Karlson made two films that I have seen: 'The Mask of the Avenger' which is one of the best sword fighting movies, and 'The Phenix City Story' which is an amazing semi-documentary about gangsters. The story of this film is very much alike 'The Last of the Mohicans', with the same hero 'Hawkeye'. The French in Montreal are fighting the British based in Albany, and there are traitors among the British which make them believe Hawkeye (George Montgomery) is a French spy. He must fight to clean his name and also to expose the traitors. He falls in love with Brenda Marshall (this was her last film, her most important being 'The Sea Hawk' with Errol Flynn.). There is non stop action and a story that keeps you interested making this film quite enjoyable. Both Monte Blue as the good Sagamore and Sheldon Leonard as the mean Ogane give excellent performances. Karlson was a master director, he knew how to take a low budget film like this one and give it something extra.

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