Letzte Mohikaner, Der

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Der Letzte Mohikaner (West Germany, Spain, Italy 1964 / Director: Harald Reinl)

  • Runtime: 98 min
  • Release Date: 17.4.1965
  • Filming Locations: Almería, Cuenca - La Mancha

Also known as

El ultimo mohicano (Spain) | La valle delle ombre rosse (Italy) | The Last Tomahawk (U.S.A.) | Le dernier des Mohicans (France) | De sista Mohikanerna (Sweden) | Poslední Mohykán (Czechoslovakia) | The Last of the Mohicans | A Vingança dos Moicanos (Brazil) | 夕陽のモヒカン族 (Japan)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Joachim Fuchsberger (Captain Bill Hayward), Karin Dor (Cora Munroe), Marie-France (Alice Munroe), Carl Lange (Colonel Munroe), Ricardo Rodri­guez (Magua / Paoway), Kurt Großkurth (cook), Daniel Martín (Unkas), Antonio De Teffè [as Anthony Steffens](Falkenauge / Deerslayer / Strongheart / Hawkeye), Angel Ter (Jeff), Stelio Candelli [as Stanley Kent](Roger, bandit leader), Mariano Halcón (Indian chief), Jean-Claude Mathieu [as Jean Mathieu](Henry, young man), Cris Huerta (Sergeant Gordo), Rafael Hernández, Carlos Deschamps, Mike Brendel (Chingachgook), Leandro San José (Max, scout), Martin Diaz, Victor Bayo, José Aquilino Montoya [as Antonio Montoya](Huron brave)
  • Also with: Francisco Braña (corporal)
  • Story: "The Last of the Mohicans" by James Fenimore Cooper
  • Screenplay: J. Joachim Bartsch, Roberto Bianchi Montero, José Antonio de la Loma, Giovanni Simonelli
  • Cinematography: Ricardo Andreu, Ernst W. Kalinke, Giuseppe La Torre, Francisco Marí­n [Eastmancolor, Techniscope]
  • Music: Francesco de Masi (International version), Peter Thomas (German version)
  • Producers: Franz Thierry, Eduardo de la Fuente


When trouble starts between warring tribes, incited by a group of bandits, Deerslayer and Unkas try to save the lives of the kidnapped daughters of an army colonel.


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