Misty [and] : Red Fury ; Lassie, the painted hills ; The lion who thought he was people
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Video
Language
English
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683904531124

Notes

General Note
Misty: Based on the novel "Misty of Chincoteague" by Marguerite Henry.
General Note
The Red Fury: Based on the story by Joe Elliott.
General Note
The Red Fury: Videodisc release of the 1984 motion picture.
General Note
Lassie, the painted hills: based on the novel "Shep of the painted hills" by Alexander Hull.
General Note
Lassie, the painted hills originally released as a motion picture in 1951.
General Note
Lion who thought he was people: originally released as a motion picture in 1971.
Creation/Production Credits
Misty: produced by Robert B. Radnitz ; screenplay by Ted Sherdeman ; directed by James B. Clark.
Creation/Production Credits
The Red Fury: produced by Lyman Dayton and Doug Stewart ; written by Joe Elliott, Royce Lerwick, Douglas J. Stewart ; directed by Lyman Dayton. Director of photography, Arch Bryant ; editor, T. Francis Bee ; music, Merrill Jenson.
Creation/Production Credits
Lassie, the painted hills: Producer, Chester M. Franklin ; director, Harold F. Kress.
Participants/Performers
Misty: David Ladd, Arthur O'Connell, Anne Seymour, Pam Smith.
Participants/Performers
The Red Fury: William Jordan, Katherine Cannon, Calvin Bartlett, Juan Gonzales, Alan Hale, Jr.
Participants/Performers
Lassie, the painted hills: Paul Kelly, Gary Gray, Bruce Cowling, Art Smith.
Participants/Performers
Lion who thought he was people: Starring Bill Travers, Virginia McKenna, George Adamason.
Description
Misty: Young brother and sister Paul and Maureen Beebe are determined to buy the filly of a wild Assateague mare at the annual Pony Penning Day.
Description
The Red Fury: The story of Frankie, a lost 10-year-old Indian boy who finds himself thrust into the bigotry of a turn-of-the-century white community. Only one man has the heart and courage to give him a home. Only one woman, the schoolteacher, stands up for him against the entire town.
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Lassie, the painted hills: Lassie outsmarts a band of ruthless villains who are searching for gold in Oregon's Cascade Mountains.
Description
Lion who thought he was people: This is the story of two young men who purchased a zoo-born lion cub one Christmas at Harrod's Department store. They hand-raised the cub until he grew so large they knew he had to be returned to the wilds of Africa. This story chronicles his life and the lasting and loving bond formed with his human family.
Target Audience
Misty: MPAA rating: G.
Target Audience
The Red Fury: Not Rated.
Target Audience
Lassie, the painted hills: Not Rated.
Target Audience
Lion who thought he was people: Not Rated.
System Details
DVD, Dolby digital surround.
Terms Governing Use and Reproduction
For private home use only.

Citations

APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

Stewart, D. J., Adamason, G., McKenna, V., Travers, B., Hale, A., Gonzales, J., Bartlett, C., Cannon, K., Jordan, W., Hull, A., Lerwick, R., Elliott, J., Stewart, D., Dayton, L. D., Henry, M., Seymour, A., O'Connell, A., Ladd, D., & Clark, J. B. (2010). Misty: [and] : Red Fury ; Lassie, the painted hills ; The lion who thought he was people . Mill Creek.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

Douglas J. Stewart et al.. 2010. Misty: [and] : Red Fury ; Lassie, the Painted Hills ; The Lion Who Thought He Was People. [s.l.]: Mill Creek.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities (Notes and Bibliography) Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

Douglas J. Stewart et al.. Misty: [and] : Red Fury ; Lassie, the Painted Hills ; The Lion Who Thought He Was People [s.l.]: Mill Creek, 2010.

MLA Citation, 9th Edition (style guide)

Stewart, Douglas J., et al. Misty: [and] : Red Fury ; Lassie, the Painted Hills ; The Lion Who Thought He Was People Mill Creek, 2010.

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