Drums Along the Mohawk

1939 film by John Ford

Drums Along the Mohawk is a 1939 film about newlywed couple trying to establish a farm but are menaced by Indians and Tories as the Revolutionary War begins.

Directed by John Ford. Written by Sonya Levien and Lamar Trotti, based on the 1936 novel by Walter D. Edmonds.
Thrilling, Stirring, Spectacular!  (taglines)

Reverend RosenkrantzEdit

  • O Almighty God, hear us, we beseech Thee, and bring succor and guidance to those we are about to bring to Your divine notice. First we are thinking of Mary Walaber. She is only 16 years old, but she is keeping company with a soldier from Fort Dayton. He's a Massachusetts man, and Thou knowest no good can come of that.
  • Any man failing to report to duty will be promptly hanged. Amen.

Mrs. McKlennarEdit

  • Your thoughts are your own property, Martin, but keep them to yourself.


  • Thrilling, Stirring, Spectacular!


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