My Side of the Mountain (1969)

  • Year: 1969
  • Released: 04 Sep 1971
  • Country: United States
  • Adwords: 1 win & 1 nomination
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  • Available in: 720p, 1080p,
  • Language: English
  • MPA Rating: G
  • Genre: Adventure, Family
  • Runtime: 100 min
  • Writer: Joanna Crawford, Jean George, Jane Klove
  • Director: James B. Clark
  • Cast: Ted Eccles, Theodore Bikel, Tudi Wiggins
  • Keywords: mountain, survival, life in the woods,
71% – Critics
56% – Audience

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My Side of the Mountain Movie Reviews

Boy runs away from home to study nature

This is a wonderful and insightful film. After being told by his father, that the trip to the Mountains in Montana is being cancelled-he decides to run away from home and go to the mountains by himself.

This film would be boring except for one thing- this film is narrated by the boy, Sam (Ted Eccles). throughout the entire film, we get to listen into his thoughts or what he is writing in his journal. Ted Eccles does a GREAT job narrating this film.

The nature scenes are wonderful. After seeing this film, I have a greater appreciation for nature. Sam’s ability to interact with other animals (Including his pet raccoon) is remarkable.

I recommend this film for everyone. It will make you think, it will awe-inspire you. You will also learn a new recipe for pancakes and syrup. This film is not to be missed!

Entertaining Family Film

“My Side of the Mountain” is an entertaining family film that I enjoyed both as a teenager and as an adult.

The movie has adventure and a sense of wonder in its portrayal of a young boy intent on making his way alone in the wilderness. The lead character, Sam, does sometimes overact and can get on one’s nerves, but the supporting cast–human, mammalian, and avian–keeps the film interesting and prevents Sam from become too overbearing. Kids can learn lessons on self-reliance and interdependence from the film, in addition to enjoying San’s adventures and the beautiful scenery of the Laurentian Mountains.

Not so bad

I saw this movie when i was a kid and thought it was wonderful. i must have been about 12 or 14. It made me want to eat algae pancakes. I think it had a good lesson, and remember it made me appreciate the mountains. maybe the acting isn’t all that great, but it is a Good kid movie. i don’t remember why the title was my side of the mountain but i have thought about it over the years and i am 42 now so it must have had an impact on me to last this long. with all the bad movies they make for kids these days i don’t think you can go wrong with this one. if you go into it with low expectations you may find that is was much better than you thought it would be.