Two youngsters set out with a newly-rescued polar bear cub to find their pilot father, whose plane went down while flying medical supplies to remote settlements in Alaska’s vast wilderness. Along the way, the brother-sister-bear team must face not only hazards of Mother Nature, but a vengeful poacher who wants his bear cub back.
A widowed father of two teens takes a job as a bush pilot. When his plane goes down in a ferocious storm, the kids go after him. Aided by a Polar Bear cub they rescued from Bad old poacher, Chuck Heston, the children survive one adventure after another. Breathtaking scenery and photography helps the lame, predictable and often ludicrous script. Still, it’s fun for kids and not too painful for accompanying adults.