Black Beauty. The complete mini-series [DVD videorecording] / NBC Universal ; produced by Benjamin Bishop ; directed by Daniel Haller ; written by Peter S. Fischer.

Contributor(s): Haller, Daniel, 1926- [drt] | Bishop, Benjamin [pro] | Fischer, Peter S [aus] | Albert, Edward, 1951-2006 [act] | Breck, Peter [act] | Brennan, Eileen [act] | Curtis, Ken, 1916-1991 [act] | Devane, William, 1939- [act] | Elam, Jack, 1920-2003 [act] | Ferrer, Mel [act] | Granger, Farley [act] | Johnson, Van, 1916-2008 [act] | Ladd, Diane [act] | Milner, Martin, 1927- [act] | Mitchell, Cameron, 1918-1994 [act] | Muldaur, Diana [act] | O'Connor, Glynnis [act] | Peters, Brock [act] | Tucker, Forrest, 1919-1986 [act] | Wayne, David, 1914-1995 [act] | Sewell, Anna, 1820-1878. Black Beauty | NBC Universal Television | Timeless Media Group
Material type: FilmFilmPublisher: Eugene, OR : Timeless Media Group, 2010, c1978Edition: Full screen edDescription: 3 videodiscs (337 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 inISBN: 0741126907 (set); 9780741126900 (set); 0741128993 (v. 1); 9780741128997 (v. 1); 0741129019 (v. 3); 9780741129017 (v. 3)Uniform titles: Black Beauty (Television program) Subject(s): Black Beauty (Fictitious character) -- Drama | Horses -- Drama | Maryland -- DramaGenre/Form: DVDs. | Historical television programs. | Television mini-series.
Production Credits: Directors of photography, John J. Jones, Terry K. Meade ; film editor, Skip Lusk ; music, John Addison.
Cast: Edward Albert, Peter Breck, Eileen Brennan, Ken Curtis, William Devane, Jack Elam, Mel Ferrer, Farley Granger, Van Johnson, Diane Ladd, Martin Milner, Cameron Mitchell, Diana Muldaur, Glynnis O'Connor, Brock Peters, Forrest Tucker, David Wayne.Summary: Part one. Black Beauty is born on the Maryland farm of Tom Gray. Part two. After the saving the life of his squire, Black Beuaty comes close to death in a fire, and is later sold to Enos Sutter. Part three. Black Beauty throws an abusive groom to his death and is sold to a man who doesn't understand horses. Part four. Beauty's new owner, heartsick at the lost of his loved one sells Beauty to a Baltimore cab owner. Part five. After fifteen years, Black Beauty is reunited with the Gray family.
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Edward Albert, Peter Breck, Eileen Brennan, Ken Curtis, William Devane, Jack Elam, Mel Ferrer, Farley Granger, Van Johnson, Diane Ladd, Martin Milner, Cameron Mitchell, Diana Muldaur, Glynnis O'Connor, Brock Peters, Forrest Tucker, David Wayne.

Based on the novel by Anna Sewell.

Directors of photography, John J. Jones, Terry K. Meade ; film editor, Skip Lusk ; music, John Addison.

Part one. Black Beauty is born on the Maryland farm of Tom Gray. Part two. After the saving the life of his squire, Black Beuaty comes close to death in a fire, and is later sold to Enos Sutter. Part three. Black Beauty throws an abusive groom to his death and is sold to a man who doesn't understand horses. Part four. Beauty's new owner, heartsick at the lost of his loved one sells Beauty to a Baltimore cab owner. Part five. After fifteen years, Black Beauty is reunited with the Gray family.

Bonus feature: A conversation with Petrine Day Mitchum, author of "Hollywood hoofbeats: trails blazed across the silver screen" the behind-the-scenes story of the horse as an actor.

Filmed on location in Kentucy.

Not rated.

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