Squanto: A Warrior’s Tale [VHS] (1994)

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Squanto: A Warrior’s Tale [VHS] (1994)

Actor: Adam Beach, Mandy Patinkin

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Director: Xavier Koller

Editor review:
Get ready for nonstop action in this rousing tale of a Native American who defies incredible odds in his struggle for freedom! Squanto, a young warrior abducted from his homeland and enslaved must battle impossible hazards on a desperate journey home. Driven by a passion to be free, he risks everything to escape his captors, braving the wilderness and triumphing, finally, as a great leader. A vivid true story of one man’s unquenchable thirst for independence, SQUANTO thrills with high-powered action and inspires with legendary courage!

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