Squanto-A Warriors Tale (1994)
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Manufacturer: Buena Vista Home Entertainment
UPC 14: 00786936240863
Sales Rank: 4249
Category Keywords: Action Adventure Disney Film Family (General) History Indians Injustice Native Americans On-The-Run Thanksgiving True Story
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|The true story of squanto, a native american whose compassion for the plight of the pilgrim settlers in the new world transforms him into a legendary hero. Squanto helps the pilgrims after escaping from english slave traders.|
Editor's NoteBased on the true story of Squanto (Adam Beach), one of the Native Americans responsible for the first Thanksgiving, this live-action adventure tells the tale of the young brave kidnapped by the British as an example of primitive life. After a daring escape, Squanto returns to what's left of his village and tries to teach compassion both to neighboring tribes and the Pilgrims.
Cast & Crew
|Sheldon Peters Wolfchild|
|Olga Dimitrov - Costumes|
|Robbie Greenberg - Director of Photography|
|Lisa Day - Editor|
|Darlene Craviotto - Writer|
|Gillian L. Hutshing - Editor|
|Joel McNeely - Composer|
|Gemma Jackson - Production Designer|
|Xavier Koller - Director|
Plot SummaryWhen a party of Englishmen visit an Indian village to engage in trade, they receive a gracious welcome. But the British have more on their mind than business: they want to take some of the "natives" back to England and put them on display. Among the group of captives is Squanto, a young warrior who finds himself torn away from his homeland, his people and his new wife. Once ashore in England, he courageously escapes from his captors and takes refuge with a reclusive community of monks. In time, Squanto and the monks overcome their linguistic differences, and learn that they share similar spiritual and humanitarian beliefs. But neither the monks' friendship nor the security of his new home make Squanto forget what he has lost... and he must do whatever possible, even at the risk of his life, to return to his tribe.