When adventure calls...no place is too far, no risk is too high, and no task is too difficult for The Ultimate Adventure Company. From his base in the Florida Keys, Judson Cross has ... See full summary »
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 Judson Cross 22 episodes, 2002-2003
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 Mackenzie Previn 22 episodes, 2002-2003
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 Gabriel Patterson 22 episodes, 2002-2003
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When adventure calls...no place is too far, no risk is too high, and no task is too difficult for The Ultimate Adventure Company. From his base in the Florida Keys, Judson Cross has assembled a team of young renegades, each with his own extraordinary skills and willing to risk it all for the love of adventure. Their methods may not be orthodox, they may risk their own safety, but they always get the job done. Written by Anonymous

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Michael Biehn was offered the role after he worked with Gale Anne Hurd on Clockstoppers (2002). See more »

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Enjoyable (if a bit generic) adventure series
19 October 2002 | by See all my reviews

Syndicated adventure series which stepped into the void created by the end of "Relic Hunter." Michael Biehn as always makes a low-key but compelling hero; he's aging pretty darn well, too. Each episode will have plenty of action scenes, fights, scary villains, and lighter moments. The one thing you can be sure will never come up is serious drama--it's a pretty safe bet no main character will suffer serious angst, and none will die unless the actor is fired. So it adds up to little of significance, but "Adventure, Inc" makes a nice way to kill an hour on a weekend afternoon.


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