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A show horseman, Jeff Keane (Mark Stevens), loses his prize stallion, Jubilee (Sun's Red Shadow), as a result of a train wreck in Colorado, and enlists the aid of rancher Joan Hartley (Colleen Gray) in tracking the horse. Jubilee responds wildly to freedom and presents problems to those who capture and treat it badly. By the time Jeff locates Jubilee there is the fear it may have turned killer.Written by
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I saw this movie when I was 18 years old, that was some time back, and I remember bits and pieces of this movie. The horse named "Jubilee" and he turned outlaw after the train wreck. Stevens spent a long time trying to find his stallion and would find information from people who caught glimpses of the horse from time to time. In one scene the horse tried to kill his owner after running wild and before being captured by Rory Calhoun and used as a bucking horse in rodeos before finally being united with his owner played by Mark Stevens. I am hoping someone can tell me how to get a copy of that movie as I have exhausted all of my means. I would recommend this movie for anyone who loves horses and the scenery is outstanding.
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