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Where The Red Fern Grows Parts 1 & 2 DVD Set
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Based on Wilson Rawls's novel about an Oklahoma boy's devotion to two hunting dogs during the Great Depression.
The Old Classic in a great 2-DVD Set!
Stewart Peterson is very effective as a 12-year-old, hurtling down the path toward manhood with hounds at his side.
Stewart is absoultely dying to own a set of hunting dogs. He works his really hard to earn the money for 2 red tick hounds, Old Dan and Little Ann.
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Latest Reviews for Where The Red Fern Grows - Parts 1 & 2 DVD Set
Where The Red Fern Grows - DVD – Chele W, 10/07/2012
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Where The Red Fern Grows - Part 2 - DVD – Richard and Linda D, 07/12/2012
Where the Red Fern Grows – Part 2, is a valiant effort that largely missed the sweetness of the original film. Billy comes home from the war and finds two redbones waiting for him, which he does not initially even want, as his coon days are over. Wilson, a neighbor boy, who lives "just up the road,” takes six-twelve months to finally come meet the dogs, though he loves coon hunting (I say six-twelve months, since the dogs age from pups to adults in the span of five film minutes). Toward the end of the film, when Billy takes Wilson cooning, you’ll love the church scene (the best portion of the entire film). If you get both this film, and the original (Where the Red Fern Grows), you’ll have a wonderful family film festival. This film, and WtheRFG, are especially suited for tween boys. Enjoy!
Where The Red Fern Grows - DVD – Richard and Linda D, 07/12/2012
Where the Red Fern Grows is a fairly good adaptation of the Wilson Rawls’ novel. I have read the book many times, which typically makes it harder to view an adaptation. However, the movie follows the book quite closely, only omitting details that didn’t meaningfully impact the plot. Also, the film (thank goodness) included more of a religious worldview (parents will love this), than did the novel. The acting was fine, but more time should have been spent on the redbones, with Old Dan being the klutz and Little Ann the smarty. This film is especially interesting to tween boys. Please note that the ending is very emotional, so be prepared! You might also like to get Where the Red Fern Grows 2, but WtheRFG2 is not based upon the writing of Wilson Rawls; though is a good film in its own right (and seeing both films, as your own film festival, would be quite enjoyable, over a weekend. Enjoy!
Where The Red Fern Grows - Parts 1 & 2 DVD Set
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