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Mohawk(1956)

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  • A Soundtrack like None Other!

    • r
    • 8/20/15

    where else...seriously WHERE ELSE??? can you tune in to: "Your Love Plucks the Strings of my Banjo"????

  • What more could you ask for?

    • Joanne
    • 8/20/15

    I loved everything about this movie. It is the best worst movie ever! I wouldn't change a thing.

  • What more could you ask for?

    • Joanne Boyer
    • 8/20/15

    I loved everything about this movie. It is the best worst movie ever! I wouldn't change a thing.

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    • Richard
    • 8/20/15

    Amsterdam, NY went into an immediate decline after the premiere of this awful movie. The curse of the Mohawk, no doubt. It could have been a decent film if the terrible acting, ridiculous film score (choir in particular), cheesy sets, except for pirated portions of "Drums" (I could go on) was improved. The very basic scenario was decent. This is the "Plan 9 from Outer Space" film of this category.

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    • marilee
    • 5/12/10

    I believe that this movie had actual scenes from Drums Along the Mohawk (1939) with Henry Fonda. When the indians rush the fort it looks like the same woman lying over a dead man while the indians run over her and the same actor at the door barring them (the man that liked the widow who died in Drums). When the indians are carrying out the woman from the fort looks like the same scene from Drums....Also there is a scene where the artist is running from three indians just like the Drums...movie and some scenes look like from the actual movie. Anyone else notice???

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