A journalist is saved by a giant submarine captained by a 200 year old man who takes him to an underwater paradise city where no one ages. That's when monsters and mutants sent by the captain's rival, a 200 year old scientist, attack.
In Alaska, businesswoman Corey Sykes who owns a logging company is in danger of loosing her company. Two local greedy sawmill owners and partners threaten to strong-arm Corey out of the logging industry. The two bullies initially offer to buy Corey out. But she refuses to sell. Consequently, the two crooked sawmill owners hire goons who sabotage Corey's logging machinery and trucks. They also arrange for accidents to happen to Corey's employees. In desperation, she sends word to her ex-lover, Matt, to come to her aid. Matt, who's a logger by trade, assembles a team of trusted loggers to work for Corey. Together they face the difficulties of cutting timber in a harsh terrain but also have to contend with the various sabotage attempts staged by the two sawmill owners. The local sheriff, who's corrupt, tries to find any pretext for arresting Matt and his crew for breaking the law. But Matt skilfully avoids the entrapment. Will the lumberjacks succeed in their bid to help save Corey's ...Written by
Some trade papers and news sources have said that Tennessee Ernie Ford was to be in this picture, but this is unconfirmed. Also, director Tay Garnett is said to have a cameo appearance. The CBS Late Movie showing was on 3 July 1981. See more »
Claude Akins is a drunken, hurtful, abusive lumberjack who leads a pathetic, migratory life and socializes exclusively with miserable losers like himself. He's the hero (?) of this movie, which has the look of an el cheapo made-for-TV quickie. Hoyt Curtain, who did the music for dozens of Hanna Barbera cartoons, supplies the totally inappropriate background score. The cast includes such luminaries as Tab Hunter and Rosie Grier, but it's mostly about Claude Akins drinking, cutting down trees, getting into fights, and just generally being a disgusting slob. You'll cherish the scene in which Claude tells a hippie to get a haircut. No, really, you *will* cherish it.
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