Swamp Robber (#01 in Sugar Creek Gang Series)
This is the first film in The Sugar Creek Gang series. Bill Collins' relaxing afternoon at Sugar Creek turns into more than he bargained for when Poetry stumbles upon a disguise hidden in the swamp. Reports of a bank robber...
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This is the first film in The Sugar Creek Gang series. Bill Collins' relaxing afternoon at Sugar Creek turns into more than he bargained for when Poetry stumbles upon a disguise hidden in the swamp. Reports of a bank robber on the loose soon surface, and as the gang investigates they discover a map that leads to more than just treasure. During a campout near the hollow tree the kids must survive an encounter that leaves them wondering if a nearby cabin is really abandoned. If they can piece together the clues that confront them, mystery and adventure await the gang in their own backyard! Look for the additional films in this five part series to complete your set: The Great Canoe Fish, Revivial Villains, Secret Hideout, and Teacher Trouble! DVD Features: Commentary with the Producers, Behind the Scenes Documentary, Outtakes, Deleted Scenes, Interactive Menus, Scene Access, Photo Galleries, Anamorphic Widescreen
Based on a series of popular books by Paul Hutchens, The Sugar Creek Gang movies chronicle the adventures of Bill Collins, Poetry, Circus, Dragonfly, Big Jim, Little Jim, and the rest of the residents of Sugar Creek in the 1950's. This popular DVD series consists of stories taken from the books, as well as, all-new original adventures Each episode is approximately 70 minutes in length, plus bonus features.
The late PAUL HUTCHENS, one of evangelical Christianity's most prolific authors, went to be with the Lord on January 23, 1977. Mr. Hutchens, an ordained Baptist minister, served as an evangelist and itinerant preacher for many years. Best known for his Sugar Creek Gang series, Hutchens was a 1927 graduate of Moody Bible Institute. He was the author of 19 adult novels, 36 books in the Sugar Creek Gang series, and several booklets for servicemen during World War II. Mr. Hutchens and his wife, Jane, were married 52 years. They had two children and four grandchildren.