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Huckleberry Finn : [&] The proud rebel [&] Walking Thunder.

Author: Mark TwainRobert TottenSteven NorthJean HollowayRon HowardAll authors
Publisher: La Cross, Wis. : Echo Bridge Home Entertainment, ©2012.
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HUCKLEBERRY FINN: After being kidnapped by his drunken father, Huck heads down the Mississippi with his buddy Jim and have many adventures. THE PROUD REBEL: After John Chandler's son goes mute following a tregedy, John searches for a doctor who can help him. Before he finds one, he and his family must work off a debt using their talented sheepdog, Lance. When a doctor is found, John has no money to pay for help  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Feature films
Action and adventure films
Western films
Film adaptations
Fiction films
Drama
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Twain; Robert Totten; Steven North; Jean Holloway; Ron Howard; Antonio Fargas; Donny Most; Royal Dano; Jack Elam; Merle Haggard; Michael Curtiz; James Edward Grant; Alan Ladd; Olivia De Havilland; David Ladd; Dean Jagger; Cecil Kellaway; James Westerfield; Samuel Goldwyn, Jr.; Craig Clyde; Bryce Fillmore; Ray Tremblay; James L Hennessy; James Read; David Tom; Christopher Neame; Irene Miracle; Ted Thin Elk; Robert DoQui; John Denver; ABC Circle Films.; Samuel Goldwyn Home Entertainment (Firm); Majestic Entertainment.; Sunset Hill Partners LP.; Echo Bridge Home Entertainment.
OCLC Number: 809568673
Notes: Huckleberry Finn from the novel by Mark Twain.
The proud rebel from a story by James Edward Grant.
Walking Thunder from a story by Craig Clyde & Bryce Fillmore.
"Original family film"--Container.
"Classic tales of family & fun"--Container.
Credits: Huckleberry Finn: Director of photography, Andrew Jackson ; music, Earl Robinson.
The proud rebel: Director of photography, Ted McCord ; editor, Aaron Stell ; music Jerome Moross.
Walking Thunder: Director of photography, Gary Eckert ; editor, Stephen L. Johnson ; music, John Scott ; narrated by Robert DoQoi and John Denver.
Cast: Huckleberry Finn: Ron Howard, Antonio Fargas, Donny Most, Royal Dano, Jack Elam, Merle Haggard.
The proud rebel: Alan Ladd, Olivia de Haviland, Dean Jagger, David Ladd, Cecil Kellaway, James Weterfield, Henry Hull, Dean Stanton, Thomas Pittman, Eli Mintz, John Carradine.
Walking Thunder: James Read, David Tom, Christopher Neame, Klara Irene Miracle, Chief Ted Thin Elk.
Target Audience: Huckleberry Finn: PG; for language and mild violence. The proud rebel: Not rated; Dove "family approved" for ages 12+. Walking Thunder: Not rated; Dove "family approved" for all ages.
Description: 1 videodisc : sd. col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD, full screen presentations.
Contents: Huckleberry Finn / ABC Video ; teleplay by Jean Holloway ; produced by Steven North ; illustrated and directed by Robert Totten (1975, 77 min.) --
The proud rebel / Samuel Goldwyn Company ; screenplay by Joseph Petracca & Lillie Hayward ; produced by Samuel Goldwyn, Jr. ; directed by Michael Curtiz (1958, 103 min.) --
Walking Thunder / Majestic Entertainment in association with Sunset Hill Partners LP ; screenplay by Craig Clyde & Jamaes Hennessy ; produced by Bryce Fillmore & Ray Tremblay ; directed by Craig Clyde (1994, 94 min.).
Other Titles: Proud rebel.
Walking thunder.

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HUCKLEBERRY FINN: After being kidnapped by his drunken father, Huck heads down the Mississippi with his buddy Jim and have many adventures. THE PROUD REBEL: After John Chandler's son goes mute following a tregedy, John searches for a doctor who can help him. Before he finds one, he and his family must work off a debt using their talented sheepdog, Lance. When a doctor is found, John has no money to pay for help for his son and must decide whether to sell Lance, which will devastate his son, or get the boy help. WALKING THUNDER: Fourteen year old Jacob and his family are stuck in the Rockies when a bear destroys their wagon on their way west. They meet a medicine man and a mountain man who teaches Jacob survival skills that he must use with the giant bear called Walking Thunder on the prowl.

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