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Escape to Grizzly Mountain ()


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Jimmy, a young boy trying to gain acceptance from his peers, is horrified when he sees a circus trainer abusing a bear cub. One of the circus employees tells Jimmy that there is a magic cave... See more »

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Jeremiah
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Trapper
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Jimmy
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Rollie
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Linda Dobson
Nik Winterhawk ...
Charlie, bear keeper
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Aunt Molly
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Muckler
Charlotte Dodds ...
Natasha
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Officer Collins
William Stallings ...
Officer Nichols
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Desk Sergeant
Gloria Iglesias ...
Hiker 1
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Hiker 2
Steven Erdek ...
Hiker 3
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Tukayoo
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Farmer
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Survey Girl (as Lora Lyn Peterson)
Colin Malone ...
Cell Drunk
Shannon Welles ...
Gardener
Jason De Hoyos ...
Indian Man
Tracie Amico ...
Indian Woman
Charity Nicole James ...
Escalator Woman
Alexandra Shraub ...
Mall Kid 1
Anat Shraub ...
Mall Kid 2
Larry Layton ...
Circus Roustabout
Michael Fino ...
Cotton Candy Buyer
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Ben the Bear (archiveFootage)
Hayley Jackson Sawyers ...
Child at circus

Directed by

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Anthony Dalesandro

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Boon Collins ... ()
 
Lisa Dalesandro ... () (uncredited)
 
Eric Parkinson ... (story)

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Tony Cataldo ... executive producer
Stephanie Jean Elmer ... assistant producer
Randall Emmett ... producer
George Furla ... producer
Menahem Golan ... executive producer
Herb Linsey ... producer
Jeff Rice ... co-producer
Marc Schaberg ... executive producer
M. Dal Walton III ... co-producer

Music by

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Amotz Plessner

Cinematography by

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Steve Adcock

Film Editing by

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Danny Saphire

Editorial Department

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Lee Wimer ... color timer

Production Design by

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Anna-Marie Mutter

Costume Design by

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Jana Stern

Makeup Department

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Dominique Bram ... key makeup artist
Joyce A. Mitchell ... makeup artist (uncredited)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Bob Bragg ... second unit director
Gerhard Schwarz ... second assistant director
Gregg R. Simpson ... second unit director

Art Department

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David Broer ... art department lead

Sound Department

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Ted Phillips ... sound mixer
Eric Shemkovitz ... re-recording mixer / supervising adr editor

Stunts

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Bob Bragg ... stunt coordinator
Sean P. Donahue ... stunts

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Alfredo Denila ... key grip
Joel Deutsch ... first assistant camera: second unit
Tommy James Lewis ... second assistant camera
Jody Miller ... steadicam operator
Jeff Nachbaur ... grip
Jim Orr ... director of photography: second unit
Richard Ralston ... gaffer
Patrick Robert Wong ... best boy grip
William Rick Young ... grip

Casting Department

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Peter Alwazzan ... extras casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Kari Cassellius ... assistant costume designer

Transportation Department

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Bruce Comtois ... driver: cast
Greagrey Waldrop ... transportation coordinator (as Greag Waldrop)
Alberto Coto ... driver (uncredited)

Other crew

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Michael Fischler ... production accountant
Marcy A. Igersheim ... production assistant
Christina Miller ... assistant to executive producer
Randy Miller ... animal supplier
Bruce Resnik ... script supervisor
Lonnie Ramati ... production business affairs (uncredited)

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Plot Summary

Jimmy, a young boy trying to gain acceptance from his peers, is horrified when he sees a circus trainer abusing a bear cub. One of the circus employees tells Jimmy that there is a magic cave in the hills nearby that can transport people to another time, and that maybe he can use it to help the bear. Jimmy does some exploring, finds the cave, and is amazed to find himself transported back to the early 1800's where he encounters Jeremiah, a nature-loving mountain man with a bear friend of his own. Jeremiah agrees to come to the future and help out Jimmy, but the 21st century is quite different from the 19th, and springing the bear cub will not be as easy as Jeremiah thinks. Not in any way related to the "Grizzly Adams" television series. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher

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Taglines A Magical Family Adventure! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Grizzly Mountain - Flucht in die Vergangenheit (Germany)
  • La grotte sacrée (Canada, French title)
  • Ucieczka na Niedzwiedzia Góre (Poland)
  • Evadare în Muntii Grizzly (Romania)
  • A Montanha Mágica (Brazil)
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  • 95 min
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Budget $4,000,000 (estimated)

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Movie Connections Follows Grizzly Mountain (1996). See more »

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