Nature-loving New Englander Cam Calloway (Brian Keith) has always envisioned creating a home for migrating geese by a pristine lake near where he lives. But developers have their eye on this special parcel of land and won’t let anyone stand in the way of what they deem to be progress. So, when Cam and his son set up a cabin on the property, things get ugly. Linda Evans, Vera Miles and Tom Skerritt co-star.
Norman Tokar (November 25, 1919 in Newark, New Jersey – April 6, 1979 in Hollywood) was a prolific director (and occasionally writer and producer) of serial television and feature films, who directed many of the early episodes of Leave it to Beaver, and found his greatest success directing over a dozen films for Walt Disney Productions, spanning the 1950s to the 1970s.
After a career as an actor on Broadway in the early 1940s, Tokar moved into television direction on such sitcoms as The Bob Cummings Show and The Donna Reed Show, and the drama Naked City.
In the early 1960s, Tokar’s success working with the juvenile actors on 93 episodes of the TV sitcom Leave it to Beaver encouraged Walt Disney to hire him to direct family features for his studio, which frequently used children in key roles. His first feature film assignment was the Western Big Red (1962), followed by the Old Yeller sequel Savage Sam (1963) and Those Calloways (1965). After directing the… read more