Across the Great Divide (film) facts for kids
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|Directed by||Stewart Raffill|
|Produced by||Arthur R. Dubs|
|Written by||Stewart Raffill|
George Buck Flower
|Music by||Gene Kauer
|Editing by||R. Hansel Brown
Frank C. Decot (credited as Frank Decot)
|Distributed by||Pacific International Enterprises|
|Release date(s)||December 20, 1976|
|Running time||100 minutes|
Across the Great Divide is a 1976 American western-adventure film directed by Stewart Raffill and starring Robert Logan, Heather Rattray, and George Buck Flower. The film was shot on location in Utah and Canada.
In 1876, two orphans, Holly and Jason, travel across the Rocky Mountains to claim their inheritance at the end of the Oregon Trail. They run into Zachariah Coop, a gambler on the run from a group of angry men. Coop tries to join the two kids, but at first they don't know whether to trust him. The trio shows unyielding courage in the face of hardship, adventure and danger as they travel across the Great Divide to reach their dream.
- Robert Logan ... Zachariah Coop
- Heather Rattray ... Holly Smith
- Mark Edward Hall ... Jason Smith
- George Buck Flower ... Ben
- Hal Bokar ... Sternface
- Frank Salsedo ... Mosa (as Frank F. Salsedo)
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