THE LAST OF THE MOHICANS (1920)

Key Passages

-- approximate times given are marked from the beginning of the film not the video tape --

0:04:20
“The eternal spirit of youth, joying while it may – heedless of the gathering storm.”

0:06:05
“Surely among his own people he is a prince.”

0:10:32
“Haunted by a premonition of evil – a vague dread which Cora’s reassurance fails to banish.”

0:18:08
“An Indian lost in the woods?  Impossible!  Were he blind, he would nose the earth – and every blade of grass would tell the way.”

0:20:22
“The bond of a common danger – drawing together these two, so widely separated by the mystery and birth.”

1:11:03
“In the morning of my race I have seen a winged ship arrive, bearing the white men who are to become the masters of our land, and before sunset I have seen the passing of The Last of the Mohicans.”
 
 

Copyright (c) 1999 by Jessica Baker Roche, Undergraduate at Lehigh University.

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