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Lost in the Barrens II: The Curse of the Viking Grave (1992)

An archaeological expedition journeys to Manitoba, Canada, in search of a legendary crucifix supposedly buried in an ancient Viking grave.

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Nicholas Shields ...
Jamie
Evan Adams ...
Awasis
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Angeline
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Mewasin
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Connoly
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Big Nose
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Flapjack
Lee J. Campbell ...
Angus
Marianne Jones ...
Lenore
Joe Mercredi ...
Hermit
Victor Cowie ...
Dr. Johnson
Michael Meeches ...
Assup
John Bluethner ...
Mountie
Robert Enright ...
Rev. Thomas
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An archaeological expedition journeys to Manitoba, Canada, in search of a legendary crucifix supposedly buried in an ancient Viking grave.

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5 January 1992 (Canada)  »

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Legend of the Viking Cross  »

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Follows Lost in the Barrens (1990) See more »

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An excellent family movie.
5 September 2003 | by (Jacksonville, FL) – See all my reviews

This film, which is the sequel to the terrific "Lost in the Barrens, picks up pretty much where "Lost in the Barrens" ended. However don't think you must watch "Lost in the Barrens" first to enjoy this one. "Curse of the Viking Grave" stands on its own just fine.

The two teenage boys, through a set of circumstances, are enticed to return to the Barrens to show a "government man" the Viking grave. The Indian boy's attractive sister also gets involved in the adventure.

This film has numerous odd characters, funny characters, evil characters, etc. There is enough action and a few surprises and twists to please most anyone.

All in all, an excellent flick that can be enjoyed by everyone from 8 to 80.

Roger Moncrief


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