A Montana bounty hunter is sent into the wilderness to track three escaped prisoners. Instead he sees something that puzzles him. Later with a female Native Indian history professor, he ...
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After a botched mission in Cuba, professional mercenary Shale and his crew Joey Six, Hollan, Rem, and Wellman head home to Miami, Florida, where Shale is reunited with his fiance Jane ... See full summary »
A former policeman-turned college professor of forensics, is asked by a widow to solve the murder of her unfaithful husband and the disappearance of his mistress who may have been linked to some drug dealers.
A Montana bounty hunter is sent into the wilderness to track three escaped prisoners. Instead he sees something that puzzles him. Later with a female Native Indian history professor, he returns to find some answers.Written by
By some accounts, tribes tested the true fear levels of the prisoners they captured by allowing the prisoners to have the ropes on them to be loose or even unteathered to see if they would try to run away. See more »
When Deputy Briggs confronts Louis outside the pharmacy by pointing his sidearm at him, he cocks his Smith & Wesson double-action pistol. No properly trained peace officer would do that -especially a double action semi auto -as it is unnecessary and makes the weapon extremely unsafe. Also, every pistol in this movie seems to make the same cocking sound, Louis's single action Colt, Brigg's and Sheriff Deegan's double-action Smith & Wessons. Neither weapon makes that sound when cocked. See more »
Tracker Lewis Gates:
[a deputy has just arrived to Lewis' house and all the deputy has done so far is call out Lewis' name]
I didn't do it. Whoever said I did is a liar.
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Narration by Wilford Brimley is totally absent in the UK version. See more »
This has been a favorite ever since it came out. But I was always confused as to why it was marred by the hokey, cornball, ridiculous Dukes of Hazzard narration that accompanied it.
Imagine my sheer joy this afternoon when I discovered the Director's Version on the DVD has eliminated that. Now it lives up to it's full potential ... one heck of a movie!
The cinematography and scenery in this film make it worthwhile in themselves. Throw in a little occasional humor, decent acting jobs, suspense, the ability to hold your interest, and you get a film that allows you to escape your cares and spend a couple hours in the paradise of the Canadian Rockies.
This is a must see for western fans, fans of the great out doors, and guys like me who're in love with Barbara Hershey.
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