The Ranger Cook and a Hole in the Sky

DVD Release: November 1, 2007
The Ranger Cook and a Hole in the Sky
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Synopsis

A young ranger in the Montana wilderness discovers the great forces of nature while learning the importance of honor, trust and integrity. Legendary veteran ranger Bill Bell educates the young man and guides him toward manhood.

The year is 1919—a time when being a ranger meant more than operating expensive equipment. Forest fires were fought with guts and courage, not chemicals and airplanes. Bill Bell was the toughest ranger in an elite crew of very rugged men. A figure of heroic proportions, he was generally feared and respected by all. It was even rumored that he had at one time killed a sheep farmer, which only fueled his already enormous reputation.

The young ranger does everything to remain in the good graces of Bill Bell, the senior ranger he idolizes. Their tentative rapport grows into a friendship through an hilarious and heroic rite of passage in which the younger ranger meets the test—and the woman of his dreams.

Dove Review

In this film you will be captivated by the beautiful scenery, and it is a fun western to boot. You and your older children can enjoy this film together and you can use it as a teaching tool for friendships and how they blossom. The film incorporates the important themes of honor, trust and integrity. The young ranger learns to help the cook, despite being jealous of him in the past. The film does contain some card playing for money, cigar smoking and some alcohol is consumed. However, overall it is a wholesome film and we award “The Ranger, the Cook and a Hole in the Sky” the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for family-friendly viewing.

Content Description

Sex: Romantic kissing.
Language: None
Violence: A fight in a bar.
Drugs: A few scenes with drinking and the smoking of cigars.
Nudity: None
Other: Card playing for money.

Info

Company: Echo Bridge Home Entertainment
Writer: Robert Wayne
Genre: Adventure
Runtime: 92 min.
Industry Rating: PG
Reviewer: Debbie Satala