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10 Classic Movies About Animals

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The Black Stallion


1979; 118 min.

Get ready to watch a truly magical film that is a feast for the eye and the soul. In the movie's first half, a boy and a horse are shipwrecked on a desert isle, bond, and have many adventures; in the second half, they are rescued, train as jockey and racehorse, and then compete for a racing championship. Containing fine acting, a magnificent horse, and stunning cinematography, this movie is based on another classic children's book by Walter Farley.

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