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Majestic-looking western set during the American War of Independence in which the settlers have to face two enemies: the hostile Native Americans (or "Red Indians", as they would have been called when this film was made) and the Americans who want the country to remain a colony. What is unusual about this film is that it shows what it was like for the families left behind, as husbands and fathers who were often untrained for fighting went off to confront their foes.
Hawkeye, a white man raised by Mohicans, struggles to stay alive in this drama about the 18th-century battles between Native Americans and colonisers.
14+ years 107 mins
At the height of the depression, orphan Little Tree moves in with his Grandparents, learning valuable lessons about his Cherokee heritage.
11–16 years 111 mins
Classic western about a lawman who is about to turn in his badge, but hears an outlaw he'd put behind bars is coming to town seeking revenge.
11+ years 85 mins
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