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Discussion in 'Axe, Tomahawk, & Hatchet Forum' started by Cpl Punishment, May 9, 2009.
In the 13th Warrior, Edgtho uses a small hand ax with a spike.
Wasn't there some hawk-play in "Jeremiah Johnson" with "Robert Redford"?
Ah, yes. The most memorable scene is the fight with the first of many Crow warriors sent to kill Jeremiah after he wipes out the raiding party.
Underworld rise of the Lycans Quick showing of a spike hawk...
US Army RANGERS, got their name from this move in 1941, IKE didn't want to call them commando's, so this move was review at the war dept and the ranger name was chosen .The first American Ranger coy was organized in !846 ,for the war with Mexico at San Antonio TX and was an all volunteer Texas unit, When more coy where added it became The 1th Texas Ranger Ret, and was disbanded at the end of that war and reorganize for the civil war 1861, its name was change by the South to the 8th Texas carvery " Terry's Texas Rangers " Note Rogers and his Rangers were traitors, who work for the British in the war for American independence ,guess the war dept doesn't read history.
Mountain Men, Bryan Keith and Charleton Hesston.
One Eye uses a hawk throughout the film.
The prince of persia movie has a pretty decent axe fight.
Not a hawk but still a cool scene.
holy crap! why have i never heard of this movie, i just watched the trailer on youtube....i have to find it now
Centurion, its got some war hawk scenes in it. A few big axes. Tons of fighting.
I am thinking about "Jeremiah Johnson" and "Little Big Man", but can't remember the exact scenes. Check it out tho'.
Check out too the "Arn" movies. Example: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=61exeRGy2Ac (7:40 AND AFTER)
In the new "Robin Hood" there is one nice hatchet throw and if my memory doesn't lie me, in the final battle Robin is using a hawk.
I remember the hawk fight between Davey Crockett and the chief of the Creek indians.
Also the movies: "The Big Sky" with Kirk Douglas and "Hiawatha"
He wasn't a traitor by choice.He first approached the Continental congress but they turned him down on account of him being a drunk.
Ginger Snaps Back (2004)
Prequel to Ginger Snaps and Ginger Snaps II. A werewolf flick set in 19th century Canada where Nathaniel Arcand as "Hunter" carries and uses a small arsenal of weapons including tomahawks. Not much gratuitous nudity though so may have slipped under the B-movie radar...
Alvin Purple Rides Again
The 80´s TV show war of the worlds had a guy named Paul Iron Horse that used a tomahawk in the series. I think he threw one at an alien in one episode…It’s the fist memory I have of a tomahawk, and i remember that i wanted one ever since. Mi Sayoc Winkler hawk granted that wish.
.. You can see him carrying on in this youtube video.
Vec beat me to it with black robe, that was a good movie, got it on VHS.
In Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman Sully finds a reason to throw his tomahawk in every other episode or so,
that was my first experience with them as a kid, anyway, it was great.
He can be seen throwing it in the opening credits.
DiCapprio's character has a hawk in his hands for the final battle actually, can't see in these pics but it has a weight at the bottom of it, like a mace, as well.
I was so mad when that battle didn't actually happen!
....is it just me, or does the guy on the far right holding the big axe look like Chuck Norris??
You know Im kind of a "B" movie fan and I like Ginger snaps back
Gary Cooper in "The Unconquered".
Al Pacino in "Revolution"