A young farmboy who can't seem to communicate with his father develops an attachment to a young red pony.

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A young farmboy who can't seem to communicate with his father develops an attachment to a young red pony.

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18 March 1973 (USA)  »

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O Potro Vermelho  »

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This was Maureen O'Hara's last acting role before she retired. She would not act again until Only the Lonely (1991). See more »

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Ruth Tiflin: and you sold the old cows, you bought a pony, you had a few drinks somewhere along the way. You ran into Jess Taylor and you and he got in a fight together ah I'd say you had quite a day
Carl Tiflin: Wait a minute, me and Jess didn't fight one another
Ruth Tiflin: I didn't say that, you never do, it just that he seems to bring out the worse in you and you bring out in him, someone else always catches it all I can say is thank god for small favors Your home
Carl Tiflin: You sure are Pretty
Ruth Tiflin: Thank you sir, and so are you. For a big ...
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Version of The Red Pony (1949) See more »

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Well Done Hallmark Remake
14 January 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a well done television remake of The Red Pony that stars Henry Fonda and Maureen O'Hara. It is well acted and well photographed and is easily accessible on infinity television. The chemistry and professionalism between Fonda and O'Hara is present and palpable and makes this for must see viewing for classic movie stars. The supporting cast is full of reliable supporting actors such as Ben Johnson, Jack Elam and Richard Jaeckel. Also, a young Clint Howard is the young boy in the tale and does a very nice job. This television movie also won two Emmy for Sound Editing and Music Composition and was well deserved. Check this out if you see on television.


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