Timber the Treasure Dog
Life on his family's Montana ranch provides a world of fun for 12-year-old Mikey, but the fun's about to end when a local baddie threatens to buy them out. Luckily for Mikey, Timber, an Alaskan husky, shows up to lead the hunt for buried treasure.
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- Ari Novak
- Children & Family
PGParental guidance suggested. Some material may not be suitable for children.
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Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Timber the Treasure Dog is an Indiana Jones-style feature that puts kids at center stage in a quest to find a grandfather's buried treasure on their Montana ranch just in time to prevent foreclosure on their home. They face mild peril as they negotiate the woods and a dark mine with the help of their fearless dogs, but most of the danger is played for comedy. Offscreen, a man is killed when a blast caves in a mine. The bad guys get shocked with the cattle prod they've used to threaten everyone else. Rocks fall from the mine ceiling. Bad guys dynamite a cave open. Bats swarm out of a cave. Although their intentions are good, children disobey their father and venture alone into dangerous areas. Someone passes gas.
- Offscreen, a man is killed when a blast caves in a mine. Dogs attack a bad guy, but everyone laughs. The bad guys get shocked with the cattle prod they've used to threaten everyone else. Rocks fall from the mine ceiling. Bad guys dynamite a cave open. Bats swarm out of a cave.
- Someone passes gas.
- Social Behavior
- Success in life isn't measured by the gold we have but by the people we love. Doers do. Hope is around the corner. Keep your eyes and mind wide open.
- Not applicable
- Drugs / Tobacco / Alcohol
- Not applicable
- Age appropriate
- Not an issue
- Depends on your kid and your family
- Not appropriate for kids of the age most likely to want to see it