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The Rogue Stallion (1990)

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After her father's death, Anna Peterson and her family move from Australia to her father's ancestral home in New Zealand. Horses have been an important part of Anna's life and she hopes to ... See full summary »

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Beth Buchanan ...
Anna Peterson
Brian Rooney ...
Wayne Garrett
Michele Fawdon ...
Rose Peterson (as Michelle Fawdon)
Andrew Shephard ...
Mike Peterson (as Andrew Shepherd)
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Gonzales (as Jose Maria Caffarel)
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John Peterson
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Garrett
Beaver ...
Jean Bailey
Jodie Rimmer ...
Ginny Garrett
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Tony Garrett
John Watson ...
George
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Emily
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Brian
Daniel Robinson ...
Warren
Kevin Barrett ...
Charlie
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After her father's death, Anna Peterson and her family move from Australia to her father's ancestral home in New Zealand. Horses have been an important part of Anna's life and she hopes to keep one at their new ranch. Upon arrival however, the local people are unfriendly and their new home is in need of much repair. Through all this, Anna is fascinated by a wild stallion which roams the countryside and is being hunted by Garrett, a neighbouring rancher. Written by Brian D. Switzer <bswitzer@uoguelph.ca>

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For mysterious reasons, Mr. Garrett is the only character in the whole film that is not revealed to have any kind of first name, instead only has a last name. He is only addressed by everybody as Garrett and Mr. Garrett, but no full name identifies the character. See more »

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Wonderful, clean entertainment!
11 July 1999 | by See all my reviews

If you want a good film for your family to see without having to worry about language, and a film that teaches great family values, then this is your movie! The beautiful New Zealand countryside and the simplicity of the lessons presented through the characters leads to a must-see film! See it to find out more!


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