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They may seem like an ordinary group of people from the small town of Bear Valley, California, but after they risk their lives to perform heroic rescues in the rugged Sierra Mountains, it is obvious that these courageous people make up a very special team.Written by
You will have to look long and hard to find a more amateurish attempt at film making. Stilted dialog and wooden performances highlighted by Conrad's relentless mugging for the camera exemplifies an actor well past his prime. The movie shows two "Bear Valley" locations....one a high alpine setting and the other a foothills location with oak trees and lush foliage. Great editing.
Add to that a plethora of performances by actors never to be seen again....at least not in anything of merit...to camera work that barely surpasses hand held 8mm picnic footage. Just a complete mess from start to finish. This kind of self-indulgent tripe does little to add luster to a decidedly mediocre career.
This is a "movie" that Ed Wood might have been proud of....sorry Ed.
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