A beaver colony dams up the river in Adams' valley, placing his cabin and surrounding wildlife at risk. Should Adams take Mad Jack's advice and destroy the dam and run out the beavers - or is there a more humane solution?

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A beaver colony dams up the river in Adams' valley, placing his cabin and surrounding wildlife at risk. Should Adams take Mad Jack's advice and destroy the dam and run out the beavers - or is there a more humane solution?

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27 April 1977 (USA)  »

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Leave It To Beavers
27 November 2014 | by See all my reviews

James "Grizzly" Adams(Dan Haggerty) becomes alarmed when a refugee group of beavers makes its new home in his valley after a fire forced them out. Unfortunately, as beavers will do, they create a new dam that threatens to flood the lower part of the valley where Adams lives, and despite the prodding of Mad Jack(Denver Pyle) steadfastly refuses to remove them by force, though gets a brainstorm when a visiting pair of skunks create a big stink that the beavers don't like... Amusing episode may strain credulity a bit, but proves more than any other episode the respect for animal life and nature Adams has, where he almost moves away instead of fighting even these unknowing animal nuisances.


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