Grizzly Adams splits his time between the picturesque landscapes of the High Sierras and the bustling, bristling city. Accompanied by his animals, Adams battles injustice and tyranny, while rubbing elbows with the era's celebrities.
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In this 1990 sequel to the movie and TV Series Grizzly Adams, the mountain man returns with his Bear (Ben) and goes on a new series of outdoor adventures. Dan Haggerty is replaced in this one with a forgettable lookalike. Haggerty was likable in the role and is sorely missed in this one.
Grizzly Adams was based on a real-life western character and was even featured briefly in Paul Newmans's "Life & Times of Judge Roy Bean". In this film, a standard script and poor pacing hamper the viewing experience.
This film was at best average, but fans of the famed character should find it worth an initial look.
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