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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
Leslie Carlson ...
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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Follows the book, but not as interesting
13 December 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I saw this movie when it first came out. I had seen the novel in the base exchange and since I was sticking around base, I read it in a few days. Interesting characters and plot, a Deliverance type of ethical dilemma and the inclusion of some good actors, I thought it would be a good movie. I was disappointed at seeing many of the characters wooden and shallow, unlike their motivations in the book. Several of the characters were WWII vets, with a Vietnam vet thrown in. Interesting in the book, slow and dragging on screen. When the final encounter happens, it is well done and it was shocking to see. It was one of a series of movies made in the 70s with a stark realism to its look, but the story line was far-fetched. Nothing I have read or done would lead me to believe that the novel or the movie though were based upon Soviet spetznaz incursions from Canada into the U.S. Just a good novel not particularly well done to screen.


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