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"Secret of the Andes": Diana wants to help her father find the missing piece of an ancient relic, but when she gets mixed up with the locals and their magic, she only reinforces her parents' decision to send her away. "Hollywood Safari": The Johnson family has made a business out of their love for animals by training them for movies. But while transporting their mild-mannered female lion, Kensho, to a set, the animal escapes into the Hollywood Hills. "Lassie: Painted Hills": In this beloved and unforgettable classic - the last of MGM's seven Lassie adventures - Jonathan Harvey strikes gold and returns home after years of prospecting to learn that his former partner passed away, orphaning his young son, Tommy. To keep the boy company while he and his new partner sort out their gold findings, Jonathan leaves Tommy in the care of his loyal collie Shep (Lassie). "River's End": Teenager Clay doesn't seem to mesh with his small Texas town. After one too many times in trouble, his grandfather, Sheriff Buster Watkins, is ready to teach Clay a lesson for good with a solitary canoe trip into the wilderness. No iPod, no TV, no opportunity for mischief. Just Clay and the land. "The Proud Rebel": After his son, David, goes mute following a tragedy, John Chandler combs the country in search of a doctor who can help him speak again. But when John must repay a debt to a female farmer, the Chandlers' trip is put on hold as they work in the fields alongside their talented and loyal sheep dog, Lance. "Sign of the Otter": Based on events that stirred the 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 a grand, exciting and colorful time: frontier America. "Simon and the Spirit Bear": Rescued by a rare white Kermode bear from a wilderness attack, a shy fifteen-year-old finds the courage to fight for Spirit Bear's habitat in one of the largest land battles in history. "Owd Bob": Widower Adam MacAdam passes his lonely days with his prized sheepdog, Zac, by his side. When his orphaned grandson, David, visits for the summer, he's pulled into the decades-old feud between Adam and his neighbor, Keith Moore - years of fierce sheepherding competition have driven the men apart. "Spirit of the Eagle": The year is 1851. In the spectacular wilds of America's Northwest territories, legendary mapmaker Big Eli McDonough roams the mountain forests accompanied by his high-flying friend, Lady, a majestic golden eagle... but trouble hits paradise when Big Eli's son is kidnapped. "Jungle Book": The original and grandest version of this well-known tale paints an exotic world of primitive peasant villages; dense, dark jungles; and alluring lagoons - all of which compose the surroundings of Mowgli, a boy raised by wolves.
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