If I'm remembering Jaws correctly, there's a brief mention/scene of Scouts doing their Mile Swim. At the end of Dolphin Tale, there are Scouts in uniform acting as crowd control during the dolphin race/fund raiser.
When I was a mere Tiger Den Leader, I took OWL training, and one of the presenters was a 90 year old Scouter and he explained the importance of a good campfire story. Then he proceeded to recite "The Cremation of Sam McGee" from memory. While I found the prose to far over the heads of a group of Tigers, I think that poem's mix of an outdoor tale, humor, and the macabre is perfect for older Scouts.