The Wild Stallion

DVD Release: October 6, 2009
The Wild Stallion
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Synopsis

Hannah (Miranda Cosgrove) and her father (Fred Ward) have arrived at Matty’s (Connie Sellecca) Bear Mountain ranch that runs along the borders of Utah and Nevada. Hannah has come to photograph the mysterious wild stallions that are rumored to run across the rugged mountain terrain. But when Hannah and her new friend CJ (Danielle Churchran) discover a plan hatched by the wealthy Mr. Novak (Robert Wagner) to rid the area of the wild horses, the two girls must turn to Matty for help before it is too late!

Dove Review

Filmed in the beautiful scenery of Utah and Nevada, this is a story of the dangers to the wild horses that still roam there and keep the wild west alive. Two young girls from different backgrounds become friends in this adventure as they get to know each other and the mysterious black stallion that roams the wilds of the area.

At times the movie is comical as the ranch hands play practical jokes on each other and try to out do the joke before. But the important message of the film makes the viewer aware of the peril to the wild horses and the extent that the people that adore these magnificent animals go to in order to protect them.

This is a wonderful family film which all can enjoy. We are pleased to award our Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for all ages to “The Wild Stallion.”

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: "Judas Horse"-3, Name calling such as "idiot, stupid, nit-wit, city slicker, tree hugger"
Violence: Rustling horses; using a horse to trick other wild horses; crooked deputy; men with guns; man grabs another man by shirt; boys pulling practical pranks on one another.
Drugs: Comment about capturing wild horses and using them for drug testing.
Nudity: None
Other: Discussion regarding loss of loved ones.

Info

Company: HaleStone Distribution
Writer: Craig Clyde
Director: Craig Clyde
Producer: Bryce Fillmore
Genre: Adventure
Runtime: 86 min.
Industry Rating: G
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe