The Fire Dragon patrol, with their ever-supportive scoutmaster, is headed to Camp Rakhouta for what should be the best week of their lives. But when the "Team Spirit Stick" of the camp goes... See full summary »

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The Fire Dragon patrol, with their ever-supportive scoutmaster, is headed to Camp Rakhouta for what should be the best week of their lives. But when the "Team Spirit Stick" of the camp goes missing, the entire tradition of the camp is threatened. Written by Anonymous

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A family comedy about being trustworthy, loyal and everything else.

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Hilarious and nostalgic...
16 June 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

"Scout Camp" is a cross between "Follow Me Boys," and "The Sandlot." It has a small-movie feel, and intends to keep things very real and sincere. The characters of the film portray a complete variety of "Go get-em" scouts to the "I don't want to be here" scouts. They are identifiable, and true to life.

The story was loosely constructed, so as not to get in the way of what scout camp is really like...boys learning scout skills while having fun. This movie is definitely not some formulaic, over-produced over-the-top, wacky comedy. It was real and enjoyable.

The flag ceremony scene, when the Boy Scouts conduct a respectful, reverent flag ceremony, with the complete Pledge of Allegiance, is an appropriate representation of the Boy Scout Organization.

The rifle range scene, with the Rifle Range instructor who takes his job just a bit too seriously, was played with a hilarious wink, letting you know that Scouting is still "a game with a purpose."

I recommend this movie to anyone who's ever had anything to do with Scouting. You will enjoy it, as will your troop, patrol, and council.


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