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|Fulton Co PL - Aubbee Library (Leiters Ford)||DVD FAMILY FAM (Text)||33187003905276||Digital Video Disc||Available||-|
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- Physical Description: 1 videodisc (352 min.) : sound, color ; 12 cm
|Formatted Contents Note:|| The legend of Wolf Mountain -- The trackers -- Pony express rider -- Time of the wolf.
|Creation/Production Credits Note:|| The legend of Wolf Mountain: Director of photography, Gary Eckert ; music, Jon McCallum ; writers, Craig Clyde, James Hennessy ; executive producers, Eric Parkinson, Charles A. Lund ; producer, Bryce Fillmore ; director, Craig Clyde.
The trackers: Writer, Gerald Gaiser ; producers, Aaron Spelling, Sammy Davis, Jr. ; director, Earl Bellamy.
Pony express rider: Editor, Marsh Hendry ; music, Robert O. Ragland ; director of photography, Bernie Abramson ; writers, Dan Greer, Hal Harrison, Jr., Robert Totten ; executive producer, Lyman Dayton ; producers, Dan Greer, Hal Harrison, Jr. ; director, Robert Totten.
Time of the wolf: Director of photography, Norayr Kasper, CSC ; edited by Jeff Warren ; music by John Scott ; produced by Lewis B. Chesler and David M. Perlmutter ; directed by Roderick J. Pridy.
|Participant or Performer Note:|| The legend of Wolf Mountain: Bo Hopkins, Robert Z'Dar, Mickey Rooney, David Shark, Don Shanks, Vivian Schilling, Nicole Lund, Natalie Lund, Matthew Lewis, Jonathan Best.
The trackers: Sammy Davis, Jr., Ernest Borgnine, Julie Adams.
Pony express rider: Stewart Petersen, Henry Wilcoxon, Buck Taylor, Maureen McCormick.
Time of the wolf: Burt Reynolds, Marthe Keller, Devin Douglas Drewitz, Jason Priestly, and John Neville.
|Summary, etc.:|| The legend of Wolf Mountain: Held hostage by ex-cons in the Utah mountains, three children escape their captors with the help of an otherworldly native American "wolf spirit."
Sam Paxton is devastated when he returns home to his ranch to find his only son murdered and his daughter apparently kidnapped by Army deserters. On a mission of revenge, Sam gathers a small posse and seeks the help of an old friend, a tracker, to locate his daughter. Zeke Smith, an experienced frontier scout with a will of his own, shows up instead of Sam's friend. Sam questions enlisting Zeke, fearful they will disagree on how to find his daughter, but despite Sam's reluctance, Zeke joins the posse. Soon, the posse deserts Sam after learning that the kidnappers are not soldiers but renegade Indians. Sam is left to depend solely on Zeke to help him in his untiring search for his daughter.
A young Texan joins the Pony Express in 1861 because it is the fastest way for him to chase the man he believes has killed his father.
When young Aaron MacGregor is tragically orphaned he is sent to live with his distant aunt and uncle in the nearby woodlands. While struggling to adept to his new surroundings, Aaron suffers under a strained relationship with his emotional aunt and troublel from a local school bully.
|Target Audience Note:|| The legend of Wolf Mountain: Rating: PG. The trackers: Not rated. Pony express rider: Rating: G. Time of the wolf: Not rated.
|System Details Note:|| DVD.
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