A mountain man goes on a routine manhunt and finds himself embroiled in solving a supernatural mystery in this fantasy/adventure. The tale is set in the wilds of Montana. Lewis Gates is a heavy-drinking tracker who is called to sober up and hit the backcountry to find three murderous fugitives from the local prison. For him it is a routine assignment. But then a strange thing happens. He is almost upon their camp when he hears several whoops and shouts. He goes to the site, but finds nothing but blood, a lone arrow, and a ...
A mountain man goes on a routine manhunt and finds himself embroiled in solving a supernatural mystery in this fantasy/adventure. The tale is set in the wilds of Montana. Lewis Gates is a heavy-drinking tracker who is called to sober up and hit the backcountry to find three murderous fugitives from the local prison. For him it is a routine assignment. But then a strange thing happens. He is almost upon their camp when he hears several whoops and shouts. He goes to the site, but finds nothing but blood, a lone arrow, and a brief sight of someone fleeing on horseback. He travels back to town and tells his story, but no one believes him, least of all the sheriff whose late daughter had been married to the mountain man before she drowned -- something the sheriff still blames the tracker for. But Gates is by then obsessed with solving the mystery and so forces himself into the library to do a little research. He soon learns that over the years 17 such unsolved mysteries have occurred and that in 1935 authorities brought to jail a naked Indian boy found running along the railroad tracks. They locked him in jail, but the boy somehow escaped and disappeared. The tracker enlists the aide of a female anthropologist who explains that over a century ago Cheyenne dog soldiers had lived in the area until the Europeans slaughtered them. The two travel deep into the wilderness and at last discover a strange waterfall. Behind it lies an ancient Cheyenne village, a peaceful place much like the Shangri-La of adventure-fantasy movies past. Sandra Brennan, Rovi
Dawn Lavand, Eugene Blackbear, Helen Calahasen, Mark Boone Junior, Gregory Scott Cummins, Andrew Miller, Steve Reevis,... Fair. 1995 Run time: 113. Case condition. AL 5/15 Item is intact, but may show shelf wear. Booklets may include notes and highlighting. May or may not include supplemental or companion material. Access codes may or may not work. Connecting viewers since 1972. Customer service is our top priority.
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seemed to take forever for the mail system to work this time. Received movie in exelent condition. thank you
Jun 9, 2011
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great response time and good product. shrink wrapped and nice condition. thanks!!
Apr 14, 2011
A very good movie
I have watched this movie 3 times on TV, and wanted it for my collection. I wish we could get it on DVD. At first, I thought" this story is a little far fetched". But then, maybe this could really happen. I believe the whole family would like this movie. Any movie with a dog like Zip, is good.
This review is for the movie that I was lucky enough to find here on VHS. It is out of print, and any DVD available can cost a small fortune. I thoroughly enjoyed the storyline especially that I have interest in the native american culture. The two main characters are excellent, especially his pet dog. A little slow moving the first 45 minutes, but then the movie comes to life. I recommend it.