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A Montana bounty hunter is sent into the wilderness to track three escaped prisoners. Instead he sees something that puzzles him. Later with a female Native Indian history professor, he returns to find some answers. Written by
According to the sheriff "the bus went off the highway near Logan Pass". A couple of things wrong with this: 1. A 'pass' is usually a low spot where one crosses a mountain range. The bus was shown overturned near a creek out on the valley floor, far away from any 'pass'. 2. Logan Pass is the high spot along the Going to the Sun Road.... in the middle of Glacier National Park, probably 30 miles from the nearest highway (outside the park) See more »
This has been a favorite ever since it came out. But I was always confused as to why it was marred by the hokey, cornball, ridiculous Dukes of Hazzard narration that accompanied it.
Imagine my sheer joy this afternoon when I discovered the Director's Version on the DVD has eliminated that. Now it lives up to it's full potential ... one heck of a movie!
The cinematography and scenery in this film make it worthwhile in themselves. Throw in a little occasional humor, decent acting jobs, suspense, the ability to hold your interest, and you get a film that allows you to escape your cares and spend a couple hours in the paradise of the Canadian Rockies.
This is a must see for western fans, fans of the great out doors, and guys like me who're in love with Barbara Hershey.
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