Dead Man's Gun: Season 2, Episode 8

The Trapper (2 Oct. 1998)

TV Episode  -   -  Western
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Charlie Three Claws doesn't care for his new neighbor. He skins animals with no regard to their soul and even kills a poacher. When Charlie's granddaughter is raped, a scheme is hatched ... See full summary »

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Luc Corbeil ...
Macsween
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Patron
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Boucher / Trapper
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Woman
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Cheri Maracle ...
Marie
John Payne ...
Sheriff
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Charlie Three Claws
Dave 'Squatch' Ward ...
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Charlie Three Claws doesn't care for his new neighbor. He skins animals with no regard to their soul and even kills a poacher. When Charlie's granddaughter is raped, a scheme is hatched where he uses the spirit of a grizzly and the curse of the Deadman's gun to even the score. Written by DrDOS

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OK wilderness episode
22 June 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Gregory Harrison plays a trapper and a murderer who gets his comeuppance in a rather mystical and spooky manner. A bear that may or may not be real keeps pursuing him, and nothing he does seems to stop it, including shooting at it with the cursed but very accurate revolver that appears in every episode of this low-budget cable series. Harrison is a TV actor who has seen better days playing leading men on various shows, but he makes a reasonably believable bad guy here. An old Indian and a young, attractive Indian maid are thrown into the mix. The bear not surprisingly steals the show. If you have not seen this show, the truth is, you're not missing a thing. It is strictly filler.


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