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Treasure: In Search of the Golden Horse (1984)

 -  Mystery | Family | Fantasy
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Narrator (voice)
Dory Dean ...
The Girl (Amanda Knutsen)
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Mr. Maps
Galahas ...
Treasure
Brittany Koury ...
The Child (young Amanda Knutsen)
John Melanson ...
Knutsen, The Blacksmith
Yasumasa Adachi ...
The Sushi Master
Herman Sherman ...
Mr. Night Music
Ellen Bauer ...
The Dream Dancers
Jean-Michel Lazzarelli ...
The Dream Dancers
Victoria Gobler ...
The Rabbit
David P. Graves ...
The Waiter
Sandra Hawthorne ...
The Ghost Party
Roberta Whiteside ...
The Ghost Party
Donald Strauss ...
The Ghost Party
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Coleco is credited with creating a Colecovision follow-up, but they backed out after a silver horse was buried somewhere in Oregon. According to Renan, the horse is still there, probably being broken down by the elements, since a puzzle to find it was never written. See more »

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This film is dedicated to Louise and the first Treasure... and to recovering lost childhoods. See more »

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Referenced in Labyrinth (1986) See more »

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2 January 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This brings back so many childhood memories... I had read the book as a child and tried to decipher it. But in my youth, the book ended up getting trashed after hearing that the puzzle was solved. It had been so many years and I had forgotten the name. Finally, after many searches and online purchases, I got the title right.

I found a copy of the book and I just discovered that they made a movie. I never knew. The illustrations in the book are just beautiful and I am dying to find out how they portrayed these illustrations onto video. I am interested in finding a copy. Does anybody know where I can go? HELP?


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