The Last of the Mohicans

Hawkeye tries to sacrifice himself for Cora, but Duncan tells the chief to take him instead. So Duncan burns at the stake, and is shot by Hawkeye to ease his suffering. Uncas is killed by Magua while trying to save Alice. Alice, distressed over Uncas's death and her eventual life as Magua's bride, takes her life by falling off the cliff. Chingachgook then kills Magua for killing Uncas. Chingachgook, Hawkeye, and Cora make it out alive. Chingachgook cries, knowing that he is the last of the Mohicans.


Visible crew/equipment: In the hunting scene at the beginning, you can see a man with a red cap on the right side of the screen, above the running deer. (00:03:20)

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Question: Under the waterfall men say their gunpowder is wet. Do they still have dry powder in their horns? Later they have dry powder to shoot their guns.

Answer: If the powder horns were tightly capped, then the powder could remain dry. Also, from what I've read, traditional black powder (gun powder) made from natural ingredients of charcoal, potassium nitrate, and sulfur, is actually made wet, then was formed into cakes and dried. If it got wet again, it could be dried out and be usable.

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