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Denise Elwyn McKenzie 13 days ago
Australian classic. Based on the poem by A.B. Patterson.
Don Lathrop 11 months ago
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Sam Bell over 8 years ago
The Man from Snowy River is a 1982 Australian drama film based on the Banjo Paterson poem The Man from Snowy River. The film had a cast including Kirk Douglas in a dual role as the brothers Harrison (a character who appeared frequently in Patterson's poems) and Spur, a prospector, Jack Thompson as Clancy, Tom Burlinson as "Jim Craig" (The Man), Sigrid Thornton as Harrison's daughter Jessica, Terence Donovan as Jim's father Henry Craig, and Chris Haywood as Curly. Both Tom Burlinson and Sigrid Thornton later reprised their roles in the 1988 sequel, The Man from Snowy River II, which was released by Walt Disney Pictures. The film opens with young Jim Craig (Burlinson) and his father Henry (Donovan) discussing their finances. A herd of wild horses called The Brumby Mob passes by and disturbs their mare Bess. Henry wants to shoot the 20-year-old black stallion which leads the Brumbys at first. But they need money, and Jim convinces his father to capture them to sell them. The next morning...
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