Ned Rivers loses his ranch to the railroad and returns to prospecting. In the wild he meets and befriends Jessie who has been wandering in the mountains since her father died. They take ...
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Ned Rivers loses his ranch to the railroad and returns to prospecting. In the wild he meets and befriends Jessie who has been wandering in the mountains since her father died. They take care of an orphaned grizzly cub, Goldy, a "Golden Bear," whose mother has been killed by a circus owner looking for a new circus attraction. When the circus owner, Boss Cooperman, arrives Ned and Jessie try to save her with the help of new friends. Written by
Gene Hargrove <email@example.com>
Viewing this movie of recent date, I say for the budget they made the most of what they had.
A cute girl that star appears to be Jessica Black.
The movie perhaps is a little slower paced than your typical Disney film, but it appears to be pure in it's message and story without throwing out a dozen unwanted subliminal pop culture subversive messages.
A fine Independent Film, I wish there were more like this to see in the cinema, I would without hesitation bring my children to see it.
A wholesome movie! For kids! Who would of thought it! The problem with many viewers today especially the insolent wretches who reviewed this movie, is these imbeciles fail to understand it is a children's movie from a production that had not a great deal of money to spend like the larger productions, you figure adults would be of greater discretion to realize this.
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