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Those Calloways (28-Jan-1965)

Director: Norman Tokar

Writer: Louis Pelletier

From juvenile novel: Swiftwater by Paul Annixter

Keywords: Outdoor Adventure

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Parley Baer
Actor
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Walter Brennan
Actor
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Brandon De Wilde
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Linda Evans
Actor
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Paul Hartman
Actor
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Brian Keith
Actor
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Vera Miles
Actor
23-Aug-1929   The Searchers
John Qualen
Actor
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Tom Skerritt
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Ed Wynn
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REVIEWS

Review by M Jones (posted on 11-Apr-2011)

Showed on BYU channel on April, 10, 2011. Loved the movie. First time that I had seen it. I thought the topic was interestingly tied to today's politcally correct topic of conservation. The number of well known acting stars in this film was a plus. The story line flowed throughout the movie but I was disappointed that one of the side plots was never really addressed to its complete fruition. Overall, a good movie. Great story. Great cast. Plot a bit rushed at the end and another developing side story was left hanging.


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