Baker’s Hawk (1976) Rated G

A young boy nurses an injured hawk back to health, and along the way, he gains courage. Starring Clint Walker, Burl Ives, and Diane Baker.

This is a classic film that is great for families to watch together. Everyone has problems that they are trying to overcome. Then, you have the boy and the town hermit who become friends while nursing the hawk back to health. The main focus of the film is a lesson on taking the law into your own hands, and the consequences when doing so. The production value is low, and the performances have their moments. The cinematography is representative of its time, but it does bring the year 1876 to life. I enjoyed this film as a family-oriented movie, making it worth a watch.

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