12. So the Last Shall Be First: Mount St. Helens, Washington, 9,677' and 8,363'
Epilogue: The Sirens' Call.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
The Naked Mountaineer recounts a series of solo journeys to some of the world's most exotic peaks in places such as Switzerland, Japan, and Borneo. However, it is far from the typical heroic mountain-expedition book. Although Steve Sieberson did reach many summits, in most cases his travels were more memorable for what he encountered along the way than for the actual climbing. His real adventures involved peculiar people, strange foods, and tropical diseases, rather than pitons, ice axes, and carabiners. On the Matterhorn he met an English alpinist who reveled in naked selfies, he stumbled into a cockfight in a Balinese village, and on a volcano in Italy he was mistaken for a famous singer by an insistent fan. The Naked Mountaineer offers mountain-themed travel stories with a wide-eyed view of the world, while presenting irreverent commentary on climbers and their peculiar sport. These are rollicking tales, filled with the unexpected. (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Beverly Hills, Calif. : Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, 2007.
Video — 1 videodisc (ca. 173 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
Side A. Hangman's house
side B. 3 bad men.
Hangman's house: Forced by her mean-spirited father, Lord Chief Justice James O'Brien (Hobart Bosworth), to marry a man she doesn't love.
3 bad men: When a trio of bandits discovers a young woman (Olive Borden) whose father was murdered by a ruthless gang, the "Three Bad Men" go from being partners in crime to comrades in chivalry.