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The Wild Stallion (2009)

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A story about two girls, CJ and Hanna. CJ lives on a ranch, Hanna comes to visit and decides to photograph wild horses for a school project. The girls become great friends and learn of a plot that might jeopardize the mustangs.

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Matty
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Frank
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Hannah
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CJ (as Danielle Chuchran)
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Morg
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Dallas
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Ty
Michael Lawson ...
Alvin
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Ellie (as Rae Ann Christensen)
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Kyle
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Samantha
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Lilly (as Carli Studer)
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Driver (as Scotty Meeks)
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Novak
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Workaholic widower Frank arranges for his daughter Hanna, who loves photography and horses, to send a summer month on the ranch of his study friend Matty, who instructs her tomcat daughter CJ to act as her friend. The site is one of the locations rumored to harbor the legendary last truly wild mustang stallion, who keeps joining and helping roaming herds. Industrialist Novak hired locals, lead by mean deputy Morgan, to catch wild horses for experiments. Written by KGF Vissers

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Where dreams lead, adventure follows

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Drama | Family

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6 October 2009 (USA)  »

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A legendás musztáng  »

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The camera Hanah is using has a 50mm lense. Hardly a zoom lense. Wildlife photography tequires a zoom of at least 300mm to 500mm. 50mm is used for portraits, not wildlife. See more »

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Despite being told cattle were no longer on the ranch, they can be heard throughout the movie. See more »

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Referenced in Psych: Neil Simon's Lover's Retreat (2011) See more »

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Don't Waste Your Time Or Money
19 April 2013 | by See all my reviews

Pretty much everyone else has already said it all. The acting was downright embarrassing. The adults were the worst, especially the bad guys. Even Connie Sellica was awful. The kids were much better actors than the adults.

The "black" Stallion is really brown. That's actually an insult to the viewer. Just how stupid do the producers think we are, that we're going to buy in that the horse is really black? Were you really so hard up you couldn't find a black horse anywhere to use for the film? Couldn't you have least used dye, or doctored up the film to make the horse look black? I wouldn't be surprised if it wasn't even a stallion, or even a male horse.

I still have this on, but am only paying half attention to it now. I hate stopping a show before seeing it through to the end. That's why I'm warning future viewers to not even bother starting the movie at all.


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