Mohawk (April 1, 1956)
Released on April 1, 1956: (running time 1 hour and 19 minutes) While a Boston painter is making love to a Mohawk Princess, another man is inciting the Mohawk Nation to massacre the settler’s at the nearby fort.
Produced by Edward L. Alperson
Directed by Kurt Neumann
Written by Maurice Geraghty and Milton Krims
The Actors: Scott Brady (Jonathan Adams), Rita Gam (Onida, daughter of Kowanen), Ted de Corsia (Indian Chief Kowanen), Mae Clarke (Minikah, Kowanen's squaw), Allison Hayes (Greta Jones), Lori Nelson (Cynthia Stanhope), John Hudson (Captain Langley, Commandant), Tommy Cook (Keoga, son of Kowanen), Rhys Williams (Clem Jones, merchant), Barbara Jo Allen (Aunt Agatha Stanhope), John Hoyt (Butler), Neville Brand (Rokhawah),Michael Granger (Mohawk Priest), 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), Henry Borzage (settler), John Breen (settler), Augie Gomez (Indian), Chick Hannan (settler), Tom Humphries (indian), Jack Kenny (settler), Ann Kunde (settler), Fox O'Callahan (settler), Joe Phillips (settler), Bob Reeves (settler), Cap Somers (settler), Ray Spiker (blacksmith)
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Learning to Kiss a Mohawk Princess
Jonathan, played by Scott Brady, is a painter from Boston, commissioned to travel west where settlers are carving a new life out of the lush but danger-filled wilderness. Jonathan will paint pictures of this unexplored land so that the people of Boston can see what lies to the West.
As our adventure opens Jonathan is busy painting the wilderness countryside, . . . . and the portrait of the buxom blonde, scantily clad daughter of the storekeeper. In a thicket of nearby trees a Mohawk Indian Princess watches. She watches as the girl sits on the lap of the artist and they playfully and passionately kiss. The Mohawk Princess watching from the nearby trees turns and walks away.
When the artist from Boston returns to the fort he discovers that his fiancé from Boston has made a surprise visit. Later, as he kisses his fiancé good night, the Mohawk Princess is hiding nearby and watches the kiss. This leads to that, and Jonathan meets the Mohawk Princess and escorts her back to her Mohawk village.
In the Mohawk village Jonathan paints, and falls deeply in love with the Mohawk Princess. All is well between the Mohawk tribe and the white man painter until the Chief’s son is killed by an angry settler. Jonathan is taken prisoner by the Mohawk and Iroquois Indians and he is prepared for death, as the mighty Mohawk nation prepares for war.
One of the angry Iroquois taunts Jonathan as he is tied tightly to a tree. The Iroquois fighter tells Jonathan, “There will be fire, and the tearing of the skin, a little bit at a time. You will not die fast.” Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
Note: Rita Gam, who played the Mohawk Princess, acted in and produced movies until 1997, and passed on March 22, 2016, at the age of 88.
|Scott Brady and Rita Gam||Scott Brady and Rita Gam|
|Allison Hayes and Lori Nelson||Allison Hayes|
|Allison Hayes||Barbara Jo Allen|
|Clegg Hoyt, Barbara Jo Allen and Lori Nelson||John Hoyt|
|John Hoyt||John Hudson and Barbara Jo Allen|
|John Hudson and John Hoyt||John Hudson and Rhys Williams|
|John Hudson and Rhys Williams||John Hudson, Rhys Williams and Allison Hayes|
|John Hudson and Ted de Corsia||John Hudson|
|Lori Nelson and Barbara Jo Allen||Lori Nelson and Barbara Jo Allen|
|Lori Nelson||Mae Clarke and Rita Gam|
|Mae Clarke and Ted de Corsia||Mae Clarke|
|Michael Granger||Neville Brand|
|Rhys Williams||Rita Gam|
|Rita Gam||Scott Brady and John Hudson|
|Scott Brady, Lori Nelson and Barbara Jo Allen||Scott Brady and Allison Hayes|
|Scott Brady||Scott Brady paints the Chief|
Ted de Corsia, Mae Clarke and Rita Gam
Ted de Corsia and Mae Clarke
Ted de Corsia and Mae Clarke
Ted de Corsia
Tommy Cook, Neville Brand and Rita Gam