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I watched for it on TV for many years, hoping it would be shown; for a while I thought my mother had made it up :-) Imagine my great pleasure when it aired on TV (over 25 years ago--long before VCRs, if you can imagine). It was just as good as she had said; Robert Young was so handsome, and Florian was far better than Flicka or Trigger.
"Florian" might not have been on the same level as, say, Lassie Come-Home, or Smokey (with Fred McMurray), but it was a good horse movie nevertheless.
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