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Lauren Armstrong over 1 year ago
Alaska is a 1996 action-adventure film that centers on two children who search through the Alaskan wilderness for their lost father. During their journey they find a polar bear that helps lead them to their father. However, a poacher with a sinister agenda follows close behind the kids and their new companion. The film opens with Jake Barnes (Dirk Benedict) flying a Piper PA-18-150 Super Cub over the Alaskan wilderness. While he is flying, he is communicating with a man named Charlie (Ben Cardinal), who works for Quincy Air Service. During his flight he passes by a polar bear that stands up on its hind legs as the plane flies overhead. The polar bear is then shown in the scope of a gun being held by a poacher, Colin Perry (Charlton Heston). Perry and his comrade, Koontz (Duncan Fraser), begin to talk about how polar bears are magnificent creatures and that they are one of the few species on the Earth that hunt humans. After they talk about the bear, they proceed to load their guns and...
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