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Below are a few of the movies and magazines that Huckzone skier Jim Franklin appears in.

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Jim Franklin (Jimmer) died Sept 14th while skiing in Las Lenas Argentina. He did not die from a reckless stunt, it was a stupid accident. We bow our heads to Jim who died representing and pushing the limits of the sport we all love.
A memorial for Jim was created the 16th of Sept and we have received so much great feedback from all around the world. I would like to thank everyone for all their kind and supportive words. Jim would want us to keep going and keep holding up the sport he loved so much. I know Jim will be there with us when the snow flies on the first chair of the season. Jim, you will always be a legend in our minds. We all wish you deep powder, steep lines, and great adventures forever.

Update... On Sept 14th 2005 John and Jay Franklin returned to the Las Lenas backcountry to pay respects to Jim and deliver a granite plaque. Read More

FREEZE and FREESKIER magazines both have a small write up in remembrance of Jim in their December issue's. and Fri Flyt New Release Kong Vinter, a Norwegian big mountain movie. They dedicate the Argentina segment of their movie to huckzone skier Jim Franklin, and have a couple clips of him ripping Las Lenas. Get the movie at
Jim was featured in a 4 sequence rail shot in this La Nacion Nieve newspaper, July 16th 2004.

One Shot LA and Fox Sports Argentina ran a couple specials about Las Lenas and show footage of Jim skiing along with an interview. "I like to bring tricks from the park to the big mountain," says Jim in one episode.
A great article from Jim's doglotion article