The Last of the MohicansGoofs
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Errors in geography
When explaining that they are heading to Kentucky for the winter, in telling Major Hayward how they plan to get there, Hawkeye says they "face to the north, and all of a sudden turn left." Which is fine if you're in North Carolina where there movie was filmed, but terribly off if you're supposed to be in upstate New York where the novel and movie take place.
There are a number of scenes at Fort William Henry where Scottish or Highland soldiers in highland regalia are depicted , there were no Scottish or Highland soldiers present, the two regiments present were the 35th Foot (Sussex) and the 60th Foot (Royal American) who wore conventional British Infantry uniforms, not highland.
With regard to the scene where Hawkeye and the other militiamen attempt to aid their courier in his attempt to leave Fort William and Henry for Fort Edward in pitch blackness: The nickname of the lead character is 'Hawkeye'. not 'Owl-eye'. It's difficult to believe that he can pick out a man at some two to three hundred yards range in the dark and shoot that same man dead.