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Action and adventure films
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Mark Rendall; Ed Begley; Graham Greene; Katie Stuart; Dan Haggerty; J Christian Ingvordsen; Rick Washburn; Jacqueline Knox; John Weiner; Ryan Washburn; William Smith; Jeri Arrendondo; Trever Yarrish; G Paul Davis; David Strathairn; Stefan Scaini; Boon Collins; Jeffrey Shore; Henry Wadsworth Longfellow; Marvista Entertainment (Firm); Tapestry Pictures.; Amsel Entertainment, Inc.; Sultan Film Partnership.; Queens Cross Productions.; Trailblazer (Firm); Telegenic Programs, Inc.; Lynch Entertainment (Firm); Hallmark Entertainment (Firm); Echo Bridge Home Entertainment.
|Notes:||Title from container.
Song of Hiawatha adapted from the epic poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
|Credits:||Spirit Bear: Director of photography, Michael Storey ; editor, Mike Lee ; music, Gary Koftinoff ; production companies, Marvista Entertainment, Tapestry Pictures ; producers, Heather Haldane, Raymond Massey, Cheryl-Lee Fast ; screenplay, Kent Staines ; director, Stefan Scaini.
Sign of the otter: Production companies, Amsel Entertainment, Inc., Sultan Film Partnership ; production, story, & direction, J. Christian Ingvordsen.
Spirit of the eagle: Production companies, Queens Cross, Trailblazer ; producer, Florence C. Maggio ; screenplay & direction, Boon Collins.
Song of Hiawatha: Telegenic Programs, Inc. in association with Lynch Entertainment and Hallmark Entertainment presents ; music by Reg Powell ; written by Earl Wallace ; produced by John Danylkiw ; directed by Jeffrey Shore.
|Cast:||Spirit Bear: Mark Rendall, Ed Begley Jr., Graham Green, Katie Stuart.
Sign of the otter: Dan Haggerty, John Christian, Rick Washburn, Jacqueline Knox, John Weiner, Ryan Washburn.
Spirit of the eagle: Dan Haggerty, Bill Smith, Jeri Arrendondo, Trever Yarrish.
Song of Hiawatha: Graham Green, David Strathairn, Litefoot.
|Target Audience:||Spirit Bear: Not rated.; Sign of the otter: Rated PG for mild historical war violence and language.; Spirit of the eagle: Rated PG.; Song of Hiawatha: Rated PG.|
|Description:||2 videodiscs (double sided, 388 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Details:||DVD; double sided.|
|Contents:||Spirit Bear (91 min.) --
Sign of the otter (90 min.) --
Spirit of the eagle (93 min) --
The song of Hiawatha (114 min.).
|Other Titles:||Spirit Bear
Sign of the otter
Spirit of the eagle
Song of Hiawatha
Sign of the otter: In his pursuit of the ruthless British commander who captured his son, Samuel Todd accepts the help of friendly, Native American chief Takhane.
Spirit of the eagle: Legendary mapmaker Big Eli McDonough roams the mountain forests on America's Northwest territories with his friend and ally, the golden eagle Lady.
Song of Hiawatha: As Hiawatha rises from his nation's youngest war chief to the People's mightiest leader, his reputation spreads across the wilderness, but the winds of change are stirring through the forest.