Claude Akins plays a tough, hard-drinking Alaska logging foreman, who likes fighting only slightly less than working.

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Claude Akins plays a tough, hard-drinking Alaska logging foreman, who likes fighting only slightly less than working.

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The last of the roaring lumberjacks!

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31 December 1975 (USA)  »

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Some trade papers and news sources have said that Tennessee Ernie Ford was to be in this picture, but this is unconfirmed. Also, director Tay Garnett is said to have a cameo appearance. The CBS Late Movie showing was on 3 July 1981. See more »

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An Insider's Look
25 November 2010 | by See all my reviews

Make all kinds of fun of this movie if you want to, but it was certainly not a tax write-off. It was done sincerely and with concern by writer/director/producer Chuck Keen. I know far more about what went on than most, including the stars of the film. I was in charge of the Four Wall distribution, which was done with great success throughout Oregon in 1976. Keen was a self made man who looked and talked like a lumberjack. He was folksy, didn't believe in banks and his handshake was his word. I didn't get along with him 100%, but I respected him. He worked long and hard on this film, as he did with others he did. I don't think he was creatively talented, except with a camera, but he pulled it off, folks...like a lot of determined people in a dog eat dog industry. They deserve a pat on the back for getting it done. "Timber Tramps" is not ever going to rate highly, but it has superb photography and shows off Alaska grandly. Watch it for that and realize one man at least made it happen despite all odds.


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