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The Treasure of Painted Forest (2006)

A group of paintball-playing kids battle against bullies for the forest while attempting to prevent two theives from stealing gold treasure rumored to be entombed inside a sacred indian burial mound.

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Miss Ellie
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Sarah
Jonathan Everett ...
Sparky
Matt Goodwin ...
Schultzy
Kelly Grager ...
Dusty
Lisa Harrison ...
Mrs. Rhodes
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Sheriff Thomas
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Tom
Erin Konstantine ...
Darlene
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Carl
Mayf Nutter ...
Farmer Frank
Nick Ramus ...
Mr. Godfrey
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Paul
Roy Scott ...
Scared Man On Corner
Diana Stanton ...
Daloris
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A group of paintball-playing kids battle against bullies for the forest while attempting to prevent two theives from stealing gold treasure rumored to be entombed inside a sacred indian burial mound.

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Get Ready to Eat Paint! See more »

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Adventure | Family

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$3,500,000 (estimated)
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The first time they are in the house trailer (at around 22 mins), Paul calls Stan (actor Michael Stanton) "Stanton". See more »

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Fun, entertaining movie
26 March 2007 | by See all my reviews

This is a fun, entertaining movie with a great message about getting along other people and taking care of our planet. The story moves along nicely with lots of twists and turns. It's family friendly and enjoyable for kids and adults. The two bad guys have a great chemistry between them as they try to find the buried gold treasure, and the kids in the movie are very convincing as being friends. Great acting by veteran actors William Sanderson (Blade Runner, Deadwood), Dennis Haskins (Saved by the Bell), Nick Ramus (Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman), Michael Stanton (Budweiser "Ladies Night" commercials) and a cast of convincing new, young actors. Beautiful cinematography also makes the film fun to watch. It has a unique look. This movie is worth checking out.


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