and the Last of the Mohicans

(1957) A sweeping adventure of America's first frontier. In 1755 the quiet Hudson Valley is enmeshed in the turmoil of the French and Indian War. Of all the legends born here, none is more magnificent than the one they call "Hawkeye." A fair-minded woodsman and an unbeatable marksman, Hawkeye lives off the land and in harmony with his Indian friend, Chingachgook, the last of the Mohicans.

Cast: John Hart, Lon Chaney Jr.

Washington Story (9/18/1957) Hawkeye and Chingachgook save a pretty girl and a young prospector from angry trappers who feel that the newcomers are threatening their hunting and trapping preserves.
The Contest (11/13/1957) When two thieves masquerade as Hawkeye and Chingachgook, the pathfinder and his friend have ten days to clear their name.
The Girl (8/14/1957) An unscrupulous girl uses trickery to anger the Iroquois tribe into war against the whites.
Snake Tattoo (6/19/1957) Hawkeye and Chingachgook try to help a young Indian boy who has been raised by the white man, and discover he is the son of a Cree chief.

False Witness (6/26/1957) Hawkeye and Chingachgook are assigned to investigate a series of robberies of Army payrolls.
The Scapegoat (7/10/1957) Hawkeye tries to help his friend, the chief of the Tuscarora tribe, who is threatened with starvation during a harsh winter.
The Way Station (7/17/1957) Hawkeye and Chingachgook are taken prisoners by a band of warriors, and learn they have been accused of wounding a young brave.
The Promised Valley (8/7/1957) A fierce, degenerate brave of the Tuscarora tribe plots to overthrow Chief Tawenduma. Hawkeye and Chingachgook come onto the scene in time to save the Chief from ambush, but can they save his honor?

Hawkeye’s Homecoming (4/3/1957) Hawkeye returns home to discover that his brother has joined the British army and is now a sergeant. But when an Indian's treachery causes his death, Hawkeye vows revenge. First show in the series.
The Threat (4/10/1957) Hawkeye and Chingachgook set out to find a lost group of settlers from England who were last seen headed for Huron territory in the company of two men posing as scouts.
The Delaware Hoax (5/1/1957) Hawkeye and Chingachgook discover that their friends, the Delaware tribe, are about to be forced from their land by the Army after being framed by white men for looting and murder.
The Medicine Man (5/29/1957) Hawkeye and Chingachgook find an old medicine man of the Conestoga tribe, who was driven out of his village by an ambitious young brave and an unscrupulous trader.

The Search (6/12/1957) Hawkeye and Chingachgook rescue an elderly white woman from the Indian warriors, who has been a slave since her husband was killed, 18 years ago.
Stubborn Pioneer (7/31/1957) A leader of a group of settlers ignores warnings and leads his people into hostile Huron territory.
Circle of Hate (12/25/1957) A young army lietenant whose family has been wiped out by Indians develops a fanatical hatred of the Red Man. He attempts to kill or injure any Indian who crosses his path. Hawkeye and Chingachgook hear of the Indians anger and desire for revenge.
Powder Keg (7/3/1957) McKenzie, an unscrupulous fur trader, organises the Huron tribes to destroy a nearby settlement where a rival trader has taken away his business.

False Faces (10/23/1957) A gang of desperadoes raid trappers and isolated settlers wearing special masks, so their raids will be blamed on a certain Indian tribe.
The Prisoner (10/16/1957) While taking a lietenant accused of violating an Indian treaty to trial, Hawkeye and Chingachgook stop at an Indian village
Franklin Story (4/17/1957) Hawkeye and Chingachgook call on Ben Franklin for help to prevent a dictator from taking over a frontier town
The Reckoning (10/2/1957) A young lieutenant comes home to find his boyhood friend an enemy.

Wild One (4/24/1957) Hawkeye and Chingachgook come to the aid of a young Indian doctor who attempts to practice in an intolrant town.
The Brute (7/31/1957) A leader of a group of settlers ignores warnings and leads his people into hostile Huron territory.
The Servant (6/5/1957) Hawkeye and Chingachgook are given authority to investigate the claims that servants are being sold into bondage. They learn that an unscrupulous farmer is behind the illegal transactions.
Colonel and His Lady(9/11/1957) Attempting to prove that Chief Black Wolf and his Indians are innocent of attacking settlers in violation of a peace treaty, Hawkeye and Chingachgook realise that a military scout is responsible for the disturbances.

Ethan Allen Story (5/15/1957) Sent to investigate a complaint that Ethan Allen and his Green Mountain Boys are committing crimes verging on treason, Hawkeye and Chingachcook discover that the local Sheriff and tax collector are victimising local settlers.
Huron Tomahawk (8/28/1957) A young man on his way to be married finds that his fiancee and her family have been massacred, apparaently by marrauding Huron braves.
The Coward (5/8/1957) Tom Morgan flees from a Huron attack on Morgansboro, thinking his father, Will, is dead. But Will is rescued by Hawkeye and Chingachgook - and labels Tom a coward.
The Soldier (8/21/1957) Hawkeye and Chingachgook are called upon to investigate a problem between the Indians and the army.

The Witch (5/22/1957) Weird incidents terrorize a frontier town. In spite of Hawkeye's efforts to disprove the witch stories, strange murders increase the settlers' horror.
Winter Passage (9/25/1957) When a party of women insist on taking a legendary pass to join their husbands, Hawkeye attempts to save them from treachery.
Indian Doll (12/18/1957) An unscrupulous medicine man, Redwing, of the Turtle tribe, administers a drug to Snowbird, daughter of Chief Killbuck, to discredit Hawkeye and all white men in the eyes of his people. He accuses Hawkeye of casting an evil spell on the little girl.
Tolliver Gang (9/4/1957) Hawkeye and Chingachgook join a pirate band to rescue two women.

The Truant (11/20/1957) Hawkeye and Chingachgook are commisioned by the Attorney-General to guide an orphaned boy, Greg, heir to a silver mine, to the frontier home of his aunt and uncle whom he has never seen. But just outside the settlement an attempt is made on the boy's life.
Long Rifles (12/4/1957) Angry settlers blame gunsmith Eben Cotton and his daughter Beth for illegally selling rifles to the Ojibwas.
The Printer (12/11/1957) Arriving in a frontier town to deliver type from Benjamin Franklin to printer Nathan Peale, Hawkeye and Chingachgook find themselves involved in the midst of a battle for freedom of the press. Peale is arrested for the murder of his brother-in-law.
Royal Grant(11/27/1957) A young couple who own a trading post is terrorized by Millard Cressing, who claims to own the territory by Royal Grant.
La Salle's Treasure (10/9/1957) Victor LaSalle and greedy fortune hunters hire Hawkeye and Chingachgook to help them find the rumoured treasure of the great explorer Sieur de LaSalle. When Hawkeye learns the location is in the heart of a Dakota burial ground, he tries to stop them.
Morristown Story (10/30/1957) Hawkeye and Chingachgook, on the trail of the notorious renegade Simon Girty, defy a warning that Morristown is barred to all newcomers because of the Black Plague and enter the town secretly.
Revenge (11/6/1957) A young lieutenant has sworn vengeance against all Shawnee Indians because his parents were murdered by the war chief of of the tribe. When Nangus, a Shawnee chief, is killed during a peace pow-wow, the lieutenant is blamed. Hawkeye believes that he is innocent.

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