The Pathfinder & The Song of Hiawatha Double Feature DVD + Digital from Mill Creek Entertainment with an MSRP of $9.98.
Song of Hiawatha stars Graham Greene (TV’s Goliath), Litefoot (The Indian in the Cupboard), Irene Bedard (Ralph Breaks the Internet), and Russell Means (Day and nights).
This adaptation of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow‘s beloved epic poem celebrates the heroic deeds of the legendary Ojibway Chief of miraculous birth, sent by the Great Spirit to lead his people. The story begins as fur trader Jean Bertrand, a Frech priest, and a native interpreter canoe through the Lake Superior region in search of Hiawatha. Tribesmen guide them to the lodge of his grandmother, Nokomis, where she and tribal leader Lagoo tell Hiawatha legendary tale.
The Pathfinder stars Kevin Dillon (TV’s Blue Blood), Jaimz Woolvett (Fragments), Graham Greene (TV’s Goliath), Laurie Holden (Arctic Dogs), and Stacy Keach (TV’s Blue Blood). This historic saga, the fourth in James Fenimore Cooper’s series of “Leatherstocking” tales, captures the drama of the struggle between the French and English, with their respective Indian allies, for a contested North American wilderness during the French and Indian wars. The Pathfinder is a classic adventure that the whole family will enjoy-battles, storms at sea, treachery, and love-all told as a tale for young and old alike.
My Opinion: These are both great movies and classic Indian movies which is a great remind of our history and what life was like back then. My dad loves these types of movies and I thought these were simple, taught me history and reminded me of a time where the world was different than today.
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