Animated version of the book by Anna Sewell, which tells the story of a horse and the many hardships and tales of cruelty and kindness he encounters during his life.

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Complete credited cast:
David Gregory ...
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Farmer Grey / Squire Douglas Gordon / Pipe Smoking Stable Owner (voice)
Michael Evans ...
(voice) (as Mike Evans)
Colin Hamilton ...
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Barbara French ...
(voice) (as Barbara Stevens)
Patricia Sigris ...
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Cameron Young ...
(voice) (as Cam Young)
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Narrator / Black Beauty / Nicholas Skinner (voice)
Cathleen Cordell ...
(voice)
David Comfort ...
(voice) (as David Comford)
Alan Dinehart ...
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David Gregory ...
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Animated version of the book by Anna Sewell, which tells the story of a horse and the many hardships and tales of cruelty and kindness he encounters during his life.

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hay | meadow | rifle | hunter | rabbit | See All (42) »


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28 October 1978 (USA)  »

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Inspiring
2 November 2011 | by (Hamilton, Ontario, Canada) – See all my reviews

If there had been any movie that had gave me inspiration in fighting animal abuse, this title would be it. I have seen a number of Black Beauty versions, but to this day, this one remains my favorite for the lasting impression it had given me when I saw it when I wast about five years old. I am fickle when it comes to Hanna-Barbara animation, but I have to say, it worked well here. The backgrounds are simple and yet beautiful, watercolour like. In my eyes, this goes to prove, one doesn't need 3D to tell a good, solid story.

A neat little tidbit, Alan Young voices Black Beauty here, and in the 1994 version!


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