Redwood Forest Trail
Redwood Forest Trail ★★ 1950
Environmental-themed oater about a camp for underprivileged city boys. The boys of the camp are blamed for the death of a landowner whose daughter then refuses to renew the camp's mortgage. Allen and Switzer set out to prove that the real culprits are sawmill workers out to control the area timber. Smokey the Bear also makes an appearance to lecture about careless forest fires and the need to preserve the woods. 67m/B VHS . Rex Allen, Jeff Donnell, Carl “Alfalfa” Switzer, Jane Darwell, Marten Lamont, Pierre Watkin; D: Philip Ford; W: Bradford Ropes.
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