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Hacksaw (1971)

TV-PG | | Family | TV Movie 26 September 1971
A girl captures a white stallion to compete in a contest.

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A girl goes on vacation to the mountains where she finds a wild horse named Hacksaw. With a little help she captures the stud and it doesn't take long until the man who helped her starts wagon racing, since Hacksaw refuses to have any man or woman on his back. Written by indogen

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A Walt Disney made-for-TV movie, set in the foothills of the Canadian Rockies, near Calgary, Alberta. See more »

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Inoffensive, but very forgettable
14 June 2017 | by (Victoria, BC) – See all my reviews

It's interesting to compare the family movies the Disney company made decades ago with what they typically put out nowadays. A movie like "Hacksaw" would almost certainly never be made today. It's missing a juvenile touch for the most part, for one thing - its tone is pretty sober and serious, and seems more aimed at adult viewers instead of children. (There are also no child characters, at least with any dialogue.) But its more mature viewpoint comes at a price, that price being that the movie is kind of slow and dull for most of the running time. None of the characters have to face really challenging (and essential) tasks - if they were to fail at what they have to tackle, you can see that they would just shrug off the experience and move on. Naturally because of this, it's kind of hard to get involved with the lead characters. The movie is never slow or dull enough to be really painful to watch, but there's also no particular reason to watch it. If you do, the memory of watching it will quickly evaporate from your mind not long after it reaches its end.


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