Where the red fern grows / Family Film Entertainment, from Doty-Dayton Productions ; screenplay by Douglas C. Stewart, Eleanor Lamb ; produced by Lyman D. Dayton ; directed by Norman Tokar.
Contributor(s): Tokar, Norman | Stewart, Douglas | Lamb, Eleanor | Dayton, Lyman D | Whitmore, James | Garland, Beverly | Peterson, Stewart | Ging, Jack | Chapman, Lonny | Williams, Andy | De Azevedo, Lex | Rawls, Wilson. Where the red fern grows | Family Film Entertainment (Firm) | Dayton Video, Inc | HaleStone Distribution LLC | Doty Dayton Productions (Firm) | Osmonds (Musical group).Material type: FilmSeries: Family classics.Publisher: [United States] : [Provo, UT] : Dayton Video, Inc. ; Distributed by HaleStone Distribution, ©2008Description: 1 videodisc (99 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.Content type: two-dimensional moving image Media type: video Carrier type: videodiscSubject(s): Hunting dogs -- Drama | Human-animal relationships -- Drama | Faith -- Drama | Faith | Human-animal relationships | Hunting dogs | Ozark Mountains -- Drama | United States -- Ozark MountainsGenre/Form: Juvenile works. | Children's films. | Coming-of-age films. | Drama. | Feature films. | Feature films. | Children's films. | Coming-of-age films.DDC classification: 791.437/2
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Based on the novel by Wilson Rawls.
Originally released as a motion picture in 1974.
Executive producer, George Ellis Doty ; director of photography, Dean Cundey ; editor, Bob Bring ; music score, Lex De Azevedo ; songs written by the Osmonds.
James Whitmore, Beverly Garland, Jack Ging, Lonnie Chapman, Stewart Peterson.
Songs sung by Andy Williams.
Dramatizes a true story of a boy growing up in the Ozarks of Oklahoma. Desperate for his own hunting dogs, Billy scrimps and saves to make his dream a reality. His investment pays off. Billy and his dogs Old Dan and Lil' Ann win the top prize at the annual raccoon hunting contest. Family film and classic story for all ages that teaches the importance of faith, honesty, loyalty and persistence.
MPAA rating: G.
DVD, all regions, 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen presentation; stereo.