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Hawkeye, the Pathfinder

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Written in five parts by ALLAN PRIOR and ALISTAIR BELL
Based on The Pathfinder by J. FENIMORE COOPER
3: Pathfinder, Jasper, Muir and Arrowhead have all succumbed to Magnet's charms. Arrowhead has slipped into the fort and, in accordance with tribal custom, placed a sprig of blossom on her pillow while she sleeps, to claim her as his future wife.
Music by DUDLEY SIMPSON Designer DAVID SPODE Producer JOHN MCRAE
Director DAVID MALONEY

Contributors

Unknown: Allan Prior
Unknown: Alistair Bell
Unknown: J. Fenimore Cooper
Music By: Dudley Simpson
Designer: David Spode
Producer: John McRae
Director: David Maloney
Magnet: Jan Francis
Arrowhead: Gilbert Wynne
Sentry: Pat Gorman
Corporal Mackay: David McKail
Jasper: William Ellis
Pathfinder: Paul Massie
Chingachgook: John Abineri
Oaissa: Aviva Goldkorn
Red Cloud: Drew Wood
Major Lundie: Leonard Maguire
Lt Carter: Simon MacCorkindale
Captain Watson: Richard Steele
Lt Muir: Callum Mill
Old Delaware: Dudley Stuart White
Sgt Dunham: Windsor Davies
Uncle Cap: Patrick Troughton
Sagamore: David Steuart
Mrs Watson: Jane Sherwin

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Hawkeye, the Pathfinder

BBC One London, 2 December 1973 17.10






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