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While traveling with his father, young Alec becomes fascinated by a mysterious Arabian stallion who is brought on board and stabled in the ship he is sailing on. When it tragically sinks ... See full summary »
The main double was Fae Jur, the spirited horse from California that Carroll Ballard had once considered for the role of the Black. He is the horse in the memorable scene where Alec tempts the stallion with seaweed on the beach. Fae Jur's naturally independent nature made his approaches and retreats very believable. He loved fake-fighting and also was used in the sequences where the Black stamps on a cobra and where the high-strung stallion strikes out at another horse just before the big race.
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.
The blanket can be seen in Mother's hand while she is thanking horse after she has already put it on Alex.
The 1998 VHS release plasters the 1976 United Artists logo with the 1994 United Artists logo.
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