This film is not all that bad, although its a bit on the low budget side. The Wyoming landscape is captured in the Arthur Dubbs style, expressing its vastness and great beauty. Dubbs explores the wilderness in great depth with his film "The Vanishing Wilderness," and his "Wilderness Family" films. I found the plot of this film to be a bit on the corny side, but still it had a decent payoff. Harold Gould does a fine job playing the eccentric old antiques dealer. Jeffrey Tambor is amusing as always. The dialogue between Tambor and Gould is quite funny at times. This film probably never received a wide theatrical release, if any. My overall rating for this film is an 8/10.
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