The Giant of Thunder Mountain


Drama / Family / Western

Plot summary

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Top cast

Cloris Leachman Photo
Cloris Leachman as Narrator / The Elder Amy
Richard Kiel Photo
Richard Kiel as Eli Weaver
Jack Elam Photo
Jack Elam as Hezekiah Crow
William Sanderson Photo
William Sanderson as Percey Crow
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867.34 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 34 min
P/S 5 / 14
1.57 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 34 min
P/S 2 / 21

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by kielfan10 / 10

One of the best family movies!

This movie is so good! Everything what a movie should have is in it: humor, drama, action... The music is very beautiful, and Richard Kiel is acting very good. And also the tiny Noley Thornton. This movie is not available anymore here in Holland, or England, and I really don't know why, because this movie should be very popular!

Reviewed by lisastampsPPL10 / 10

Warm fuzzy movie with a great message

My 6-year-old daughter said, "It's a good story. A happy story. Well, it's a little scary, then funny, then sad, then happy."

Good stuff for the whole family, though you may want to be there so the kids don't get too scared during the intense parts. It's so heartbreaking to watch people be so cruel, and to think that the same kind of garbage still happens today. But it's nice to have a way to teach my kids what it must feel like to be treated so poorly just because someone looks different from the rest!

We were trilled to learn that Eli (the Giant) wrote and produced it! It was fun to see so many people who have gone on to do other things, too! We just love the IMDb because we get to see why so many of the actors look familiar!

Reviewed by garytheroux8 / 10

Worth seeing; a fine family drama with heart and action

Anyone who thinks of Richard Kiel as simply a James Bond nemesis with metal teeth should see this, a film in which he stars as the victim of fearful people jumping to conclusions about those who are a little bit different than themselves. His tender relationship with the child Amy evokes similar scenes between the Frankenstein monster and another small but fearless little girl. This is a fine drama for kids -- well written, acted and produced -- although the ending, while moving, is a bit of a letdown. Ellen Crawford makes the most of her limited screen time; one wishes, though, her role had been bigger. Not quite sure why this film was rated PG; it's clearly a G, not unlike a lot of the best family movies of the pre-ratings era.

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