Mohawk (April 1, 1956)

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Mohawk
 

Released on April 1, 1956: While one man is juggling his women at an army camp, another man is getting the Mohawk Tribe and the Army into a fight against each other.

Directed by Kurt Neumann

The Actors: Scott Brady (Jonathan Adams), Rita Gam (Onida), Neville Brand (Rokhawah), Lori Nelson (Cynthia Stanhope), Allison Hayes (Greta Jones), John Hoyt (Butler), Rhys Williams (Clem Jones), Barbara Jo Allen (Aunt Agatha), Mae Clarke (Minikah), Tommy Cook (Keoga), Ted de Corsia (Indian Chief Kowanen), Michael Granger (Mohawk Priest), John Hudson (Captain Langley), James O'Hara (Sergeant), Chabon Jadi (dancer), John Bennes (unknown), Robert Carson (settler), Sidney Clute (settler), Albert William Cody (Indian Chief), Kenneth Harp (unknown), Charles Horvath (Indian runner), Clegg Hoyt (unknown), Lyle Latell (settler), Paul Lukather (unknown), Troy Melton (unknown), James Nusser (unknown), Jack Rutherford (unknown), Harry Tyler (settler), Harry Wilson (settler).

 

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Why do women close their eyes when they kiss? For that matter, most men close their eyes when they kiss. Why? Just like a little kid, I still ask 'why' whenever I cannot find reason. Jonathan Adams, played by Scott Brady, is a painter of beautiful women . . . but he not only paints them . . . he loves them all. Imagine his surprise when his fiancé from Boston appears at the Army fort in the middle of Indian country and discovers him with another woman! But it gets even more complicated for our hero when he falls head over heels for a Mohawk squaw who is prettier than all his other women. Can a mixed relationship work in 1956 America? That year eight African American students were not allowed to attend the high school in Sturgis, Kentucky, and in Alabama, African Americans were not allowed to sit in the same area as Caucasians on public busses until the U.S. Supreme Court decided otherwise. And don't even think about how the remaining Native American Indians were being treated. And in the middle of that we have a rousing battle between the Army and the Mohawk, with blood spilling all around us.

But back to kissing . . . I am getting jealous as can be watching our handsome hero kissing all these pretty women, but his relationship with Rita Gam, who plays the part of a Mohawk girl is amazing. Her laugh and playful manner are infectious, and I defy any of the guys watching to keep from wanting her. Rita Gam and Scott Brady kiss three times in this movie, and each time it is noteworthy to see if Rita's eyes are closed. The first time she has her eyes wide open, and the kiss doesn't go too well. After a short discussion about why one should either keep their eyes open or not during kissing, I am convinced that we should never close our eyes while kissing. But then, just as eloquently as before, Rita decides that it is good to close her eyes when kissing Scott . . . and I like that reasoning also. So now I am totally divided, and cannot make up my mind. If you watch this one and can decide for sure whether the eyes should be open or shut during kissing, please drop me a note and let me know. << Click Here to Vote for Eyes Open or Shut >> If I get enough votes for open or closed, I'll let you know how it turns out. Of course, make sure your eyes are open when you munch on your white kernel buttered popcorn or you might miss your mouth, and that wouldn't be good at all.

Allison Hayes and Scott BradyLori Nelson kissing Scott Brady
Allison Hayes and Scott BradyLori Nelson and Scott Brady
Rita Gam watching Lori Nelson kiss Scott BradyScott Brady and Rita Gam
Rita Gam, Lori Nelson and Scott BradyScott Brady and Rita Gam
Allison HayesAllison Hayes, 1956
Allison HayesAllison Hayes
Allison Hayes and Lori NelsonAllison Hayes and Scott Brady
Allison Hayes and Lori NelsonAllison Hayes and Scott Brady
Barbara Jo AllenJohn Hoyt
Barbara Jo AllenJohn Hoyt
John Hudson and Barbara Jo AllenJohn Hudson and Joyn Hoyt
John Hudson and Barbara Jo AllenJohn Hudson and John Hoyt
John Hudson and Rhys WilliamsJohn Hudson, Rhys Williams and Allison Hayes
John Hudson and Rhys WilliamsJohn Hudson, Rhys Williams and Allison Hayes
Lori NelsonLori Nelson and Barbara Jo Allen
Lori NelsonLori Nelson and Barbara Jo Allen
Mae ClarkeMae Clarke and Rita Gam
Mae ClarkeMae Clarke and Rita Gam
Michael GrangerNeville Brand
Michael GrangerNeville Brand
Rhys WilliamsRita Gam
Rhys WilliamsRita Gam
Rita Gam and Mae ClarkeScott Brady
Rita Gam and Mae ClarkeScott Brady
Scott Brady and Allison HayesScott Brady and Lori Nelson
Scott Brady and Allison HayesScott Brady and Lori Nelson
Scott Brady and Rita GamScott Brady fighting Neville Brand
Scott Brady and Rita GamScott Brady fighting Neville Brand
Ted de CorsiaTed de Corsia and Mae Clarke
Ted de CorsiaTed de Corsia and Mae Clarke
Ted de Corsia and Mae Clarke look at their portraitTommy Cook
Ted de Corsia and Mae ClarkeTommy Cook