Tecumseh: The Last Warrior (1995)

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This western began in 1812 when the settlers tried to take away more and more territories from the indians. Tecumseh, who is the leader of the Shawnee indians, tries to do something. He ... See full summary »


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3 January 2004 | BigLaxFan94
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| An honest attempt in portraying Tecumseh like the way he would have been in real life
I believed this to be a real inspiring film since it tries to give viewers the most accurate depiction possible on what Tecumseh did in his remarkable life by wanting to unite all the Native Nations from the Great Lakes to the Gulf of Mexico. Although he didn't quite succeed in his goals, it was the fact that he came ever so close in succeeding; and IF he did, every white settler living east of the Mississippi River would have been pretty much driven out since they would not have been able to survive the constant barrage of raids, attacks, etc.

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