So here it is - now you can enjoy the movie in its entirety. Filmed mainly in King's Lynn and Exmoor this lost a lot of money when it came out. Prompted the famous criticism 'What Revolution was this?'. I think it was an influence on Mann's 'Mohicans' - particularly the Indian scenes which were shot in Wales I think. Quite a starry cast. Mohawks were a London street gang of the 18th century - I don't think they existed in New York. Funny how Pacino is the only one with an American accent. I remember reading a piece, that I don't have anymore sadly, by the historical advisor about how he just went to G Gedney Godwin and bought one of each thing and then traced the manufacturers of the various items - many from the UK and then got multiples. I expect G Gedney Godwin were chuffed. Reading the Imdb it seems this film is gradually picking up some good responses. Maybe its time has come. I remember when everyone slagged off 'Barry Lyndon' and then Kubrick died and it became a 5 star unmissable classic.