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The Black Stallion
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  • Rated: G
  • Genre: Adventure, Action, Family
  • Year: 1979
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The Black Stallion
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  • Rated: G
  • Genre: Adventure, Action, Family
  • Year: 1979
Audio
English DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1, Spanish DTS-HD Master Audio 1.0, French DTS-HD Master Audio 1.0
Subtitles:
English SDH, Spanish, French

Synopsis

From its turbulent beginning in a storm-swept sea to its unforgettable horse race finale, The Black Stallion is a modern-day movie landmark. One of the most highly praised productions of 1979,it is "a wonderful experience...for adults and for kids" (Roger Ebert). When a shipwreck leaves Alec (Kelly Reno)a courageous young boyand The Blacka wild Arabian stallion 'stranded on a desolate island, the two share a frightening adventure of survival that forges a lasting bond of friendship between them. Upon their rescue, Alec and the magnificent horse continue their adventures when they join forces with ex-jockey and horse trainer Henry Dailey (Mickey Rooney). Recognizing the winning combination of The Black's remarkable spirit and Alec's unwavering devotion tohis friend, Dailey takes both under his wing and prepares them to go head to head with the world's best thoroughbreds in "the race of the century."

Cast & Crew

Kelly Reno ... Alec Ramsey
Mickey Rooney ... Henry Dailey
Teri Garr ... Alec's Mother
Clarence Muse ... Snoe
Hoyt Axton ... Alec's Father
Michael Higgins ... Neville
Ed McNamara ... Jake

Reviews

Variety Staff Variety | December 11, 2007

Carroll Ballard's feature debut is rich in adventure, suspense and mythical elements and marks the prize-winning short-subjects director as a major talent.

Michael Booth Denver Post | May 11, 2007

Deepens into a far more powerful entertainment through matchless cinematography and talented supporting players.

Time Out | February 09, 2006

A magnificently well-crafted movie.

Dave Kehr Chicago Reader | January 01, 2000

The film represents a studied, sophisticated approach to instinctual emotions: it's carefully, calculatingly naive, and amazingly it works.

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