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Arthur Rankin Jr.
Charles Nelson Reilly,
Polly Regan (Brittney Bomann) has a good life on the farm with her grandfather (David Warner, Time Bandits). Unfortunately, one day Polly learns that her favorite mare is suffering with a difficult pregnancy and soon dies giving birth. Heartbroken, Polly finally comes around when she sees the new foal, who incredibly is born a real live unicorn, and soon earns the love of Polly and her grandfather.
Pathetic family film with no-one will enjoy. Notable for the poor special effects and the incredibly annoying range of accents. Most amusing moment: When the plot hinges on the girl "BEING SENT TO A BOARDING SCHOOL ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE COUNTY!" Oh no! That could be at least.. a dozen miles away!! Doh! Only recommended to those who like third-rate slapstick and washed-up old actors who can't get a decent gig anywhere else (Warner, Hamilton.. I'm looking at YOU) Note to the American makers: Next time, please get our country RIGHT!! I've run out of things to say but apparently there is a ten-line minimum so.. does anyone like The Darkness?? 1/10
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