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Scott County PL - Lexington 00566 L (Text) 35830801896340 DVD Available -

Record details

  • Physical Description: 2 videodiscs (724 min.) : sound, color; 4 3/4 in.
  • Publisher: [S.1.] : Echo Bridge Home Entertainment, [2013]

Content descriptions

Formatted Contents Note:
[Disc 1.] Legend of Ruby Silver (93 min.) -- Walking Thunder (94 min.) -- Long road home (91 min.) - Kansas (94 min.) [Disc 2] the trackers (74 min.) -- The legend of Wolf Mountain (94 min.) -- Time of the wolf (88 min.) -- Pony Express rider (96 min.).
Participant or Performer Note:
Legend of Wolf Mountain: Bo Hopkins, Robert Z'Dar, David Shark, Don Shanks and Vivian Schilling - Walking Thunder: James Read, David Tom, Christopher Neame, Klara Irene Miracle - the Trackers: Sammy Davis Jr., Ernest Borgnine, Julie Adams - Long road home: Michael Ansara, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, T.J. Lowther - Time of the Wolf: Burt Reynolds, Marthe Keller, Devin Douglas Drewitz, Jason Priestly and John Neville - Pony Express rider: Stewart Petersen, Henry Wilcozon, Buck Taylor, Maureen McCormick, Ken Curtis, Joan Caulfield.
Summary, etc.:
Legend of Wolf Mountain: After being kidnapped by a couple of ex-cons, three kids are left to fend for themselves in the wilderness.
Walking Thunder: In 1850 a 14-year-old boy learns the lay of the land from a mountain man. His new survival skills will be put to good use -- especially with a giant bear on the prowl.
The Trackers: When Sam Paxton's daughter is kidnapped, he will have to put his faith in a man he barely knows if he wants to get her back.
Kansas: When her father has a heart attack, Virginia Farley returns home to Kansas to see to the family farm.
Legend of Ruby Silver: A mother and son are hired to lend a a hand at a mining site. But when it doesn't produce as they expected, the dangers become more and more real.
Long Road Home: On a rural Utah ranch, a 12-year-old boy and his hardened grandfather must team up to protect the livestock from a rogue grizzly bear.
Time of the Wolf: A young boy's bond with an injured wolf becomes very important to protecting both their lives.
Pony Express Rider: In this rousing Western adventure with a touching coming-of-age story at its heart, a young man joins the Pony Express mail service to track his father's killer.
System Details Note:
Subject: Human-animal relationships > Drama.
Genre: Feature films.
Animal films.

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