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Mountain Man(1976)

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  • My great great grandfather

    • Lita
    • 8/30/13

    Galen was my great great grandfather. They played a bit with the family history. Mary Ann's family did not go live in the woods, they went back to New England where her husband had his job. But I loved it anyway. I took the kids and we used to have it on tape. That has disappeared and I'd love to be able to find a copy again to keep with our genealogy.

  • Mountain Man--Galen Clark

    • Ethel Douglas
    • 1/6/12

    I have been looking for a copy of this movie for many years--we had the origal copy in eta--my husband and I visited Sequeoa National Park in the early 80s and have been so impressed with those giant redwoods and the movie is so impressive -it really relates the importance of preserving those trees and actually makes one realize whwt a treasue we have --totally awesome--and I just love the movie

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    • Connie
    • 6/17/07

    This is an excellent historically accurate family movie. It is shot on location. It is about mountain man Galen Clark, who along with naturalist John Muir, and President Lincoln, in the 1860's fought the lumber companies to save the majestic giant Sequoia trees. Thanks to him, you Americans can enjoy the beauty of Yosemite National Park today. It stars Denver Pyle(Uncle Jesse on "The Dukes of Hazard") I haven't seen it on TV since it was originally aired for it's release in 1977. I hope TCM will air it soon, for the enjoyment of all. I've waited 30 years to see it. It is not available to buy anywhere on DVD or video.

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