Challenge to Be Free
Challenge To Be Free ★★ Mad Trapper of the Yukon 1976 (G)
Action adventure geared toward a young audience depicting the struggles of a man being pursued by 12 men and 100 dogs across a thousand miles of frozen wilderness. The last film directed by Garnett, who has a cameo as Marshal McGee. Produced in 1972, the release wasn't until 1976. 90m/C VHS, DVD . Mike Mazurki, Jimmy Kane; Cameos: Tay Garnett; D: Tay Garnett.
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