Gentle Ben: the movie
This made-for-cable family film was inspired by the 1960s TV series after the same name. Following the (apparent) deaths of his parents, young Mark (Reiley McClendon) goes to live with his sheriff uncle Jack (Dean Cain) in the North Woods. Here Mark befriends a huge but lovable bear, whom he nicknames Ben. The rest of the film finds Mark and Jack joining forces to rescue the endangered Ben from a relentless poacher named Fog (Corbin Bernsen). Filmed on location in Auburn and Foresthill, CA, Gentle Ben debuted March 25, 2002 over the Animal Planet cable network. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
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|Grouping Title||gentle ben|
|Grouping Author||hallmark entertainment|
|Last Grouping Update||2020-01-04 01:21:46AM|
|Last Indexed||2020-01-25 03:22:52AM|
|auth_author2||Bernsen, Corbin, 1954-|
Cass, David S.
Morey, Walt, 1907-1992.
Cass, David S.
GoodTimes Entertainment (Firm)
Hallmark Entertainment (Firm)
Morey, Walt,1907-1992.Gentle Ben.
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|display_description||Ranger Jack Wedloe brings his young nephew Mark to Heartbreak Bay National Forest, where Fog Benson has offered a $500 reward for the black bear he thinks is stealing his sheep. Finding Gentle Ben trapped in a mine hole and knowing that he could not have killed the sheep, Mark and Ashley try to free him before Fog kills him.|
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|subject_facet||Alaska -- Drama|
Bears -- Alaska -- Drama
Preteens -- Alaska -- Drama
|title_display||Gentle Ben : the movie|
|title_full||Gentle Ben [videorecording] : the movie / Hallmark Entertainment presents an Alpine Medien production in association with Larry Levinson Productions ; produced by Kyle Clark, Kevin Bocarde ; written by Jim Makchuk ; directed by David S. Cass, Sr.|