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A typical teenagers movie : the poor hero, who lost his heroic father, overprotected by his mother, in an unknown country town, tries to save a wild and ferocious grizzly that suffer from its teeth. The stereotyped villains, very classical of course, want to kill the mama-bear for the insurance premium, because of a commercial center. If you can accept the psychological implausible details, the suspense and the actors are at the top. Special mention for Michele Greene as the hysterical mother and Fred Dryer as the competent, cool and helpful ranger. but the two teen-actors should really find leading parts in the future. Very useful to learn that grizzlies are not teddy bears.
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