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The Wilderness Family now face terrifying times in fierce winter storms, an avalanche, and being attacked by a ferocious pack of hungry wolves. Watch as America's favorite family stands strong together to prove that the best things in life are really free.Written by
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In one movie Boomer says wolves don't attack people but this movie he warns us of wolves who attack people. Inconsistency at times in all 3 movies but it doesn't warrant a 1 & 2 star rating. Granted it is no 8,9 or 10 like some are giving it.
On the 1st movies reviews one person gave it a 1 because it's sexist because the father took his son hunting instead of his daughter. It's a late 70's flick and it is what it is. What did you expect?!
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