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Mara of the Wilderness (1965)

Approved | | Adventure | 23 June 1966 (Mexico)
A young woman who has lived only with the wolves for company in the wilds of Alaska is discovered by an anthropologist and, at the same time, by a brutal hunter.

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(screenplay) (as Tom Blackburn), (story) (as Ewing Scott)
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Mara Wade (as Linda Saunders)
Lelia Walsh ...
Mara Wade - Age Seven
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Kelly
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Jarnagan
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Friday
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Mrs. Wade
Ed Kemmer ...
First Pilot
Stuart Walsh ...
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A young woman who has lived only with the wolves for company in the wilds of Alaska is discovered by an anthropologist and, at the same time, by a brutal hunter.

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A child of nature! Untamed! Untouched! Survives all nature's fury See more »

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Valley of the White Wolves  »

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Jarnagan: Friday, you've got an apology coming. You'd get it if you weren't an Indian.
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Most beautiful actress ever
25 December 1998 | by (michigan, usa) – See all my reviews

I viewed this movie when I was young teenager at the movies. I haven't seen it since. I had a definite crush on Lori Saunders and I still think she is the most beautiful actress I have ever seen. I enjoy watching Petticoat Junction. I only wish she would have done more acting.


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