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The Red Fury (1984)

PG | | Drama
The Red Fury is an inspiring story of three people, their unlikely friendship, and the wild stallion that changes their lives forever. Frankie, a lost Indian boy is rejected by the local ... See full summary »

Director:

Lyman Dayton (as Lyman D. Dayton)

Writers:

Joe Elliott (screenplay), Joe Elliott (story) | 2 more credits »
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Will Jordan Will Jordan ... John (as William Jordan)
Katherine Cannon ... Amelia
Cal Bartlett ... Bill (as Calvin Bartlett)
Alan Hale Jr. ... Doc Kaminsky
Jason Wingreen ... Mr. Taylor
Diane McBain ... Mrs. French
Alexander Hanson Alexander Hanson ... The Sheriff (as Al Hansen)
Cindy Roberts Cindy Roberts ... Marcey
Wendy Lynne Wendy Lynne ... Mary
Christopher Johnston Christopher Johnston ... Homer
Juan Gonzales Juan Gonzales ... Frankie (as Juan Gonzalez)
Mary Ethel Gregory Mary Ethel Gregory ... Mrs. Taylor
Addie Marsden Addie Marsden ... Henrietta
Paul Staheli Paul Staheli ... Homer's Father
Ronald Hatch Ronald Hatch ... Frankie's Father
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The Red Fury is an inspiring story of three people, their unlikely friendship, and the wild stallion that changes their lives forever. Frankie, a lost Indian boy is rejected by the local community. But when a crisis hits the area, the strength of Frankie and Red Fury's unbreakable bond will be a courageous inspiration for all. Written by J Rice

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Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Also Known As:

Czerwony gniew See more »

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Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Follows the classical mythological theme of life, death, resurrection.
17 August 2003 | by forestpark-1See all my reviews

This is an excellent film for family viewing because it embodies the "old fashioned" values of honor, honesty, duty, fearlessness,and standing tall. It follows the mythological storyline of life, death and rebirth or resurrection. A young Indian boy sacrifices the thing he loves the most, his horse Fury, so new life may be born into the world, and in so doing he kills the prejudice surrounding him, opening the eyes and heart of his greatest enemy. I happened to attend the opening of this film in Salt Lake City. The theater was filled with children and their parents. There were not many dry eyes when the film was over. The film is slow paced like an old fashioned novel, but as you come to know and care for the characters you become a part of their story. There is one swear word in the film "s**t." It was added because the producers wanted a "PG" rate not a "G".


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