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a5c7b9f00b In 1931 Canada, Yukon trapper Johnson has a feud with a dog owner who later retaliates by publicly accusing Johnson of murder and thus triggering a police manhunt in the wilderness.
Canada 1931: The unsociable trapper Johnson lives for himself in the ice-cold mountains near the Yukon river. During a visit in the town he witnesses a dog-fight. He interrupts the game and buys one of the dogs - almost dead already - for $200 against the owner's will. When the owner Hasel complains to Mountie Sergeant Millen, he refuses to take action. But then the loathing breeder and his friends accuse Johnson of murder. So Millen, although sympathetic, has to try to take him under arrest - but Johnson defends his freedom in every way possible.
Charles Bronson and Lee Marvin - these two great actors had already starred together in Robert Aldrich&#39;s awesome hangdog war flick &quot;The Dirty Dozen&quot; and their casting alone is reason enough to watch a film. Actually, the casting of one of the two would be reason enough, but this flick happens to star both of them, as well as the wonderful Angie Dickinson. Teriffically set in the snow-covered Yukon territory of the early 1930s &quot;Death Hunt&quot; of 1981 is an atmospheric and tough-minded film that is not only recommended to my fellow Bronson fans. This film, which is (supposedly) based on a true story, is set in 1931, but in an area that still seems like late 19th century, a chillingly cold and sparsely populated mountain wasteland that is home to tough trappers, lone hermits and, mainly, people who don&#39;t put particular value on a human life.<br/><br/>The loner Albert Johnson (Bronson) saves an almost dead dog by buying it from its owner after it has been severely wounded in a dogfight. The owner (Ed Lauter) did not exactly plan to sell it, however, and even though Johnson has paid for his purchase, the owners complaint results in a manhunt. The hunt for Albert Johnson is lead by the elderly Mountie Sgt. Millen (Marvin), who, even though sympathetic towards Johnson&#39;s motives, has to do his duty, his black assistant Sundog (Carl Weathers) and rookie Mountie Alvin (Andrew Stevens)...<br/><br/>The film bares several resemblances to Michael Winner&#39;s great revenge Western &quot;Chato&#39;s Land&quot; (1972). While not quite as great as Winner&#39;s film, &quot;Death Hunt&quot; is definitely a highly recommendable manhunt-film that stands out in its tough-mindedness and menacing atmosphere. Ever since I fist saw Sergio Corbucci&#39;s Italian Western masterpiece &quot;Il Grande Silenzio&quot;, which is one of my all-time favorite movies, I have a thing for films set in snow-covered mountains, and the Yukon setting is awesome and makes you almost feel the cold of the Canadian borderland. The film&#39;s two stars, Charles Bronson and Lee Marvin are as great as one may expect, and Angie Dickinson plays a small role as Marvin&#39;s girlfriend. Ed Lauter furthermore makes a particularly sleazy and unlikable bad guy, and the supporting actors seem like they&#39;re coming straight out of 1931 Yukon territory - dirty, brutal and willing to kill everybody for money. The film has some minor flaws, but the atmosphere is menacing throughout and the photography is excellent. For Charles Bronson fans &quot;Death Hunt&quot; is a must-see, and it is also highly recommendable to everybody else!
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