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The BEST Oklahoma Family Movie since Where the Red Fern Grows
I wasn't sure what this movie would be like but I knew at the very beginning I was going to be sorry i didn't take tissues! Very good storyline! As the granddaughter of a REAL COWBOY who ran a Ranch, I related well!!! Well done to all involved. The stunt girls that I ran into after the premier were soo excited that in their words "IT IS REAL IT IS RELEASED" Thanks to K95.5 for the movie pass, without I would have waited until the movie came out on DVD. My husband even thought it was a well produced movie. What made it even more interesting was that it was based right here in OKLAHOMA! Used real local cities & Ranches in the Oklahoma/Kansas Arena!
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