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Kelby Anno ...
Wind Surfer
Philippe Bernard ...
Hangglider
Scott Brooksbank ...
Skier
Jan Bucher ...
Skier
Suzy Chaffee ...
Suzy
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John Eaves ...
John
Masayoshi Hija ...
Cowboy
Wolfgang Junginger ...
Skier
Suzy Kay ...
Skier
Wong Kong ...
Cowboy
Steve Link ...
Snow Surfer
Ann McIntire ...
Skier
Kathy Pelowski ...
Waitress
Bob Salerno ...
Skier
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This Willy Bogner picture is the definitive ski film. A visually exciting sports/music adventure story. Music by Grammy Award winner Harold Faltermaier is combined with a cinematographic view of Aspen, Vail and the Swiss Alps and a spectacular array of daredevil skiing. Written by Concorde - New Horizons (with permission).

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Boy meets girl. And it's all downhill from there.


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February 1987 (USA)  »

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One of the best ski films
16 May 2001 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Leonard Maltin makes the error of reviewing this as though it were a typical Hollywood film. It's not. It's a just a "ski film" aimed at an audience of skiers, and as such it's among the best of the genre. Willy Bogner may be best-known these days for his line of ski clothes, but even many skiers are unaware of his reputation as a world-class skier and ski filmmaker. His camerawork and skiing were behind many of the spectacular skiing stunts in the James Bond films. None of the performers in "Fire And Ice" are actors per se. But the cast is a virtual Who's Who of the freestyle ski world in the 1980's. Their on-snow antics combine with Bogner's cinematography to make this a visual treat. The plot, such as it is, serves merely to move the story along. Don't look for high drama here. Just sit back and enjoy some amazing skiing and stunning mountain photography.


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