In the 1850s, a young boy and his family on their way west become stranded in the Rockies. With the help of a local mountain man, a Sioux medicine man, and a legendary bear known as "... See full summary »
When an ignored little boy bonds with Bigfoot and discovers the human-like ape is in danger, he has to find the courage to stand up to those bigger than him to save the legendary creature and set him free.
Jupiter J. Makins
Brian Scott Carleton
A girl named Charley Wilson and her loyal dog named "Fuzz" are 2 best friends. Charley is anxoius to make new friends. She and Fuzz are befriended by Alonzo, a gruff old farmer. Another ... See full summary »
Three children are kidnapped by escaped convicts and end up in a forrest, where they are released. They then have to elude the convicts when they return. They are aided by a wolf who is an Indian spirit who sometimes takes a human form.Written by
My 3 year old adores it, and it has a good message
I have seen people panning this movie but it's a KIDS movie with a million dollar budget. It's an exciting adventure appropriate for the 10 and under crowd. Cheesy to the max, with mediocre writing, I still recommend it. I don't think they make movies like this anymore. Mickey Rooney is always fun to see in action. We found it in the $3 movie bin. Totally worth it if my youngster enjoys it. If you are in drama class, take notes on plot holes and overacting. Reminds me of movies like 'escape to grizzly mountain' and 'the white wolf.' I think this movie is supposed to be set in Yellowstone but the bad guys seem to think it'll be a lark to get to the border of Mexico? Contains a conservationist message from a First Nations shape-shifter played by Don Shanks who goes uncredited in the movie.
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