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SPIRIT OF THE EAGLE The year is 1851. In the spectacular wilds of America's Northwest territories, legendary mapmaker Big Eli McDonough (Dan Haggerty TV's The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams) roams the mountain forests accompanied by his highflying friend and ally, Lady, a majestic golden eagle. There's trouble in this paradise, however, as McDonough's ten-year-old son Little Eli has been kidnapped and sold to the Indians by the ruthless, one-eyed river pirate Hatchett (William Smith Maverick). After a fierce battle to win back his son, Big Eli, Little Eli, and Lady join forces with a beautiful Indian maiden for a final sensational showdown with Hatchett and his treacherous band of river rogues. SIGN OF THE OTTER Set against the backdrop of events that stirred the immortal works of James Fenimore Cooper's The Last of the Mohicans, Sign of the Otter recounts one wilderness family's adventures and encounters with the American Indians, the English, and French in frontier America. Starring Dan Haggerty as the leader of the American rebel forces who teaches Samuel Todd (John Christian) how to exist in a hostile environment. Sweeping vistas of rural America unfold as Samuel Todd accepts the help of a friendly Native Indian chief, Tekhane (John Weiner), in their pursuit of the ruthless British commander (Rick Washburn) who captured Todd's young son. Scaling the walls of historic Fort Niagara, Todd and his Indian friend manage to save the boy in a daring rescue, and then, with the British and their Mohawk Indian allies in hot pursuit, flee back to the American forces, culminating in a battle finale that captures the grand scale of these exciting and colorful times. SPIRIT BEAR: THE SIMON JACKSON STORY Simon Jackson is an awkward 15-year-old who lives on a planet light years away from the "in" crowd - until a life changing moment. Attacked in the British Columbia wilderness, Simon is rescued by a rare white Kermode bear. When he learns these magnificent creatures are endangered, that only 400 are in existence in a small area of northern BC, Simon turns from shy, stuttering daydreamer to political activist. Mustering his courage, he takes on the powerful forest industry and the provincial government, eventually rallying everyone from Prince William to the Backstreet Boys. Simon ultimately secures the protection of 2500 square miles of Princess Royal Island - one of the largest land protection battles ever won - and is named one of Time Magazine's "Heroes for the Planet." WHITE FANG White Fang the television series is an adaptation of Jack London's similarly titled novel, which has been heralded as one of the greatest adventure stories of all time. So well loved was the tale of a boy and his loyal wolf-dog that the story spawned a feature film, an animated series, and the TV series that is featured here. These are the exciting tales of a teenage boy, Matt Scott (Jaimz Woolvett), who is devoted to his loyal canine companion White Fang, and the breathtaking adventures they share in the untamed wilderness of the Rocky Mountains. FEATURING 4 EPISODES: Coming Home (Pilot); The Birthday; Tough Kid; Against the Current