WEFOUNDLast of the Mohicans by James Fenimore Cooper, Fiction, Classics, Historical, Action and Adventure

With its intense battle sequences, stirring score, and copious scenes of Daniel Day-Lewis running through the woods, it’s no wonder that 1992’s The Last of the Mohicans is still beloved today. (Just hearing the words “I will find you!” is enough to make the ladies swoon.) Before catching it tonight at 11:30p, here’s some things you might not know about the film.

Capt. Dale Dye, who served as the on-set military adviser, has played soldiers in everything from Platoon to Band of Brothers .

Director Michael Mann’s initial three-hour cut was trimmed to 112 minutes for the theatrical release. Mann added an additional five minutes to the 2010 Blu-ray and dubbed it the “definitive” director’s cut .