Bushwhacked

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Overview

Poor Max Grabelski doesn't have any luck at all. What little he had runs out when local racketeers set the bungling delivery man up to take the fall for their money-laundering schemes. Sure enough, when the government agents arrive, he is found holding a package filled with loot. Not only that, but the Feds think he is the one who killed a notorious gambler/con artist. Max flees and ends up being mistaken, by six Boy Scouts, for the veteran mountain guide who is supposed to take them into the wilderness for a ...
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Overview

Poor Max Grabelski doesn't have any luck at all. What little he had runs out when local racketeers set the bungling delivery man up to take the fall for their money-laundering schemes. Sure enough, when the government agents arrive, he is found holding a package filled with loot. Not only that, but the Feds think he is the one who killed a notorious gambler/con artist. Max flees and ends up being mistaken, by six Boy Scouts, for the veteran mountain guide who is supposed to take them into the wilderness for a weekend campout. This slapstick comedy chronicles his crazy adventures as the lifelong city dweller tries to survive in the rugged new environment after he leads the trusting troop down the wrong trail to Devil's Peak. Comic mayhem ensues, but in the end, the young men and their new leader learn valuable lessons about themselves.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/3/1998
  • UPC: 086162889837
  • Original Release: 1995
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  • Source: 20th Century Fox
  • Format: VHS

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Daniel Stern Max Grabelski
Jon Polito Agent Palmer
Brad Sullivan Scout Master Jack "Spider" Erickson
Ann Dowd Mrs. Abby Patterson
Anthony Heald Bragdon
Tom Wood Agent McMurrey
Blake Bashoff Gordy
Michael P. Byrne Mr. Fishman
Corey Carrier Ralph
Christopher Curry Trooper
Robert Donley Proprietor
Art Evans Marty
Michael Galeota Dana
Max Goldblatt Barnhill
Kenneth Johnson State Patrolman
Kenny Johnson State Patrolman
Jane Morris Beth Jordan
Michael O'Neill Jon Jordan
Technical Credits
Greg Beeman Director
Ross Albert Editor
John Brace Casting
Bill Conti Score Composer, Songwriter
Tim Cooney Musical Direction/Supervision
Danny Costa Stunts
Bruce Crone Art Director
Kerrie Cullen Stunts
Tom Davies Asst. Director
Michael Goldberg Asst. Director, Screenwriter
John Jordan Screenwriter
Linda Lowy Casting
Mark Mansbridge Production Designer
Joe Mitchell Set Decoration/Design
John Richardson Special Effects Supervisor
Lori Lynn Ross Stunts
Paul Schiff Producer
Daniel Stern Executive Producer
Tommy Swerdlow Asst. Director, Screenwriter
Theo Van de Sande Cinematographer
Sandy Veneziano Production Designer
Charles B. Wessler Producer
David Wisnievitz Co-producer
Mary Zophres Costumes/Costume Designer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 25, 2003

    An American comedic cult classic

    Set in the deep forests surrounding the timeless beauty of Lake Tahoe.....comes an unappreciated comdey starring Daniel Stern. An American cult comedic classic in my mind. I love this movie ever since my younger and golden days. Janna Michaels who played Kelsey Jordan was my first crush and I'm still a fan after watching her in Dr. Quinn. All in all, this is a great and humorous film which displays the golden days in American cinema comedies.

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