G | | Adventure, Family, Sport
The Black was portrayed by a champion Arabian stallion from Texas named Cass-Ole; his friend, the old white horse named Napoleon, was portrayed by Junior - who had previously appeared in National Lampoon's National Lampoon's Animal House (1978) as Trooper, Neidermeyer's horse.
Dad... you know what I saw? It's the most fantastic thing... come look!
Mr. Ramsey: My son.
Mr. Ramsey: Hey! Look, son, I'll tell you, I'm really busy, but... I'll tell you what I do need. I need some good luck.
As the horse runs down Alec's street with Alec chasing him, after the red car pulls over, a contemporary (i.e. black with white background) "Speed Limit 25" sign can be seen. Most speed limit signs then were black background with white lettering and would have read something like "Speed Limit 25 Miles".
The Blu-ray releases plaster the 1976 United Artists logo with both the 2008 MGM logo (with the 2001 roar) and the 2001 United Artists logo. However, while the United Artists logo is high-pitched on the 2014 MGM Blu-ray, the logo itself is reverted to its original normal pitch on The Criterion Collection Blu-ray released over one year later as well as current digital printings.
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