Old-fashioned oater about a fugitive cowpoke (Rick Schroder) casting his lot with a crafty old codger (Wilford Brimley). Filmed in Alberta and British Columbia. Logan: John P. Ryan. Jake: Mills Watson. Georgina: Adrienne Barbeau. Sheriff: Henry Beckman. Squints: Dwight McFee. Smiling Knife: Gordon Tootoosis. Congressman: Don S. Davis. Directed by Mel Damski.
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