Pete is looking after lodge while the Williams family is away for the weekend. Pete gets an anonymous phone call telling him his uncle has been in a very serious car accident. Pete races to... See full summary »

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Stephen Cottier ...
Billy Williams
Buckley Petawabano ...
Pete Gawa
Susan Conway ...
Hannah Wiliams
Albert Millaire ...
Roger Lemieux
Wally Koster ...
Dennis McGubgub (credit only)
Alan Mills ...
Dougall McGregor (credit only)
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Nancy Williams
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Ed Reynolds
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Ralph Walters
George Allan ...
Tommy Reynolds
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Pete is looking after lodge while the Williams family is away for the weekend. Pete gets an anonymous phone call telling him his uncle has been in a very serious car accident. Pete races to his uncles's house only to learn that everything is fine. Meanwhile, the lodge has been broken into and vandalized. Nancy relates that there have been previous incidents and she received an offer to sell the lodge from Ralph Walters, acting for Frank Williams' old nemesis, Ed Reynolds. Convinced that Walters is involved, Billy and Pete go to his office where both Walters and Reynolds deny any knowledge of the incidents. Billy and Pete bait a trap for the night caller and tell Walters that Nancy wants to talk about selling, but no one will be at the lodge that evening. They boys lie in wait and are shocked when they discover the real identity of the vandal. Written by Denis Belton

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1969 (Canada)  »

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Roger Lemieux: So there was no accident?
Pete Gawa: No.
Roger Lemieux: Why didn't you check to see if it was true?
Pete Gawa: My uncle doesn't have a phone.
Roger Lemieux: You could have telephoned the chief or the police.
Pete Gawa: I didn't think of it. They said it was bad, and I had to get there right away.
Roger Lemieux: The oldest trick in the world, and you fell for it.
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