Discover three classic movies that take place in 19th century uncharted West.
Where the Red Fern Grows: Billy Coleman is a boy growing up in the Ozarks of Oklahoma and is desperate for his own hunting dogs. He scrimps and saves to make his dream a reality, and his investment pays off when he and his dogs Old Dan and Lil' Ann win the top prize at the annual raccoon hunting contest. Apprx. 97 minutes; Rated G.
The Proud Rebel: John Chandler is travelling the country with his mute son David and their sheep dog Lance. He is searching for a doctor to help his son, but when faced with the financial cost of treatment he must make a decision: help his son or preserve the friendship between his son and his dog. Apprx. 103 minutes; Not Rated.
Seven Alone: In 1842 spring, the Sager family is travelling across the unclaimed and unexplored West in search of a new home. When both parents succumb to the untamed wilderness, it's up to their seven orphaned children to continue the journey that their parents began. Based on the true story of the Sager children on the Oregon Trail. Apprx. 96 minutes; Rated G.
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