Synopsis: An eighteen-foot grizzly bear figures out that humans make for a tasty treat. As a park ranger tries rallying his men to bring about the bear's capture or destruction, his efforts are thwarted by the introduction of dozens of drunken hunters into the area.
Director(s): William Girdler
Production: Film Ventures International (FVI)
Rotten Tomatoes:
91 min

Now, this area is pretty much

the same way it was

when the Indians

wandered around in it

That's because of this country's

national parks system centers

It's so much in the the national park system

to protect the wildlife,

the forest from thousands of campers coming here

every year

Now, I know that my opinion don't mean too much

but, I think if we get any further encroachment on

these park areas

we're going to destroy the natural beauty

of what you are looking at

If the government could somehow manage

to protect these areas,

we just might be able to keep this difficult,

completely American landscape like this forever

Never thought you'd make it!

I would'nt miss a Kelly briefing

for the world

Alright. This is the largest

post-season crowd we've ever had

There's no way with this crummy crew

that we're going to handle them

What Kelly's concerned about is we got more backpackers

pitching tents than raccoons in the woods


now everybody goes out on patrol

There's no way we can keep an eye

on all those backpackers!

We'll just have to do the best we can

Okay, everyone knows where they're supposed to go.

So, so let's deal with it


My apologies.


I'm going up to R4

You know, maybe the two of us should go!

It's really loaded up there, Kell'

Hey, come on

I can use the help

Well now, see, Hayes called in sick

So I'm going to need Gail here

to help hold down the fort

We tried!

- Look, I'll talk to you later for dinner

- Okay

Okay girls, keep it moving

Even though the season's closed,

but that's no reason to lit out

If you get any complaints about cold food

I want to hear about them right away


What are those?

Unpaid bills, I believe

Aw, I must have put them in the wrong drawer

I'll take care of them right away

And I've been looking over the wine list

You know, you haven't been charging

nearly enough

Look what you've been paying!

I know what I've been paying


Well, good wine at reasonable prices

brings the customers back

and they've been coming back

I know you've had a really good season, but ...

Allison. For the last two weeks

you've been trying to help me run my business

That's not true

Dad, every man needs

a helping hand

You told me that you were coming up here

to shoot pictures of the changing seasons!

Well, I did. I am.

That's what I've been doing

Yeah, well keeping check on how your old man is doing

is not going to help you meet your deadline

I only got maybe a third to go

I mean, maybe thirty or forty more photographs

I got my publisher's note.

He'll wait


Why don't you write a how-to book

"How to avoid responsibilities"

Oh hell, I was supposed to meet you

Kelly, I'm sorry

Well, let's go

See you, Walt

It was really sweet of you to come and get me.

I really appreciate it

I should be angry

I mean, I said I'd take you around

but, I just might be needed

I'm an important person around here

Guilty as charged

You know what the problem is?

The problem is you're spoiled

And.. your father did it

How long have you known me?

Oh, a few weeks

Then, why don't you just reserve judgment.

I mean, spoiled is a pretty heavy word

First of all, I don't feel spoiled.

I feel needed

I mean, Dad's taking a lot more

than he can handle so..

I feel just a bit torn between career

and father

You know, I think your father can handle

his end

It's yours you should be worried about

Somehow I always manage to get it together

At last

-We're here


We must have walked 10 miles today

We got to do something with this

I want to sit down and get out of these boots

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