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Shoot (1976)

R | | Drama, Thriller | 28 May 1976 (USA)
When boredom, pride and a mad second of misjudgement leaves a hunter shot dead by one of five combat veterans also hunting in the Canadian hills, it is expected a police investigation will ... See full summary »

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(as Dick Berg), (novel)
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Rex
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Lou
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Zeke
James Blendick ...
Pete
Larry Reynolds ...
Bob
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Jim (as Les Carlson)
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Mrs. Graham
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Paula
Gloria Carlin ...
Ellen (as Gloria Carlin Chetwynd)
Alan McRae ...
Billy Platt
Ed McNamara ...
Sargent Bellows
Peter Langley ...
Marshall Flynn
Helena Hart ...
Helen Newhouse
James Ince ...
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George Markas ...
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When boredom, pride and a mad second of misjudgement leaves a hunter shot dead by one of five combat veterans also hunting in the Canadian hills, it is expected a police investigation will follow, but when the veterans discover the incident has not been reported, the leader of the team, Major Rex (Cliff Robertson) suspects the other party maybe plotting revenge. Convinced that he, his party, and their families will be targets themselves he decides to beat his suspected assailants at their own game, grouping together more army comrades and stocking up an arsenal of weapons for the forthcoming battle. Written by Warren Hawkes

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A thriller that begins where 'Deliverance' left off.

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Drama | Thriller

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28 May 1976 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Ampukaa! Ampukaa! Ampukaa!  »

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CAD 814,000 (estimated)
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better than a bullet in the head!!!!
15 November 2001 | by (Trenton, Ontario) – See all my reviews

I saw this flick years ago when TV was still cool and they had late night movies on most stations instead of ridiculous talk-shows and infomercials. It was probably only on because it was Canadian, and stations were required to have so much Canadian content and back them Canadian movies were for the most part bad or non-existent. It had all the cursing blanked out but still I was old enough to infer what was said. But I was most impressed with this back then! It took me a lot of years to track down a copy of this on video, and now that I did and watched it again, I still thought that it was awesomely cool (even though I knew what the ending would be). The story is pretty simple. A group of hunters bored because there is nothing left to shoot, meet another group of hunters in the same situation. Then just like that, a firefight erupts leaving one of their group injured and one of the other group dead. From then on, it builds up from 'should they report it' to 'they be after us for revenge' and every level in between. So the hunters get all the guns and gear and able-bodied men they can and go back to the spot the following Saturday in anticipation of the other hunters being there to ambush them. Will they be there or is it just paranoia? I'm not saying but the ending is a surprise.


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