The Man from Snowy River (DVD)
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|Contributor||June Jago, David Bradshaw, Bruce Kerr, Sigrid Thornton, Kristopher Steele, Terence Donovan, Kirk Douglas, George Miller, Tony Bonner, Tom Burlinson, Chris Haywood, Tommy Dysart, Gus Mercurio, Jack Thompson See more|
|Runtime||1 hour and 40 minutes|
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Language : English
- Product Dimensions : 1.4 x 13.5 x 17 cm; 80 Grams
- Item Model Number : R-103687-9
- Director : George Miller
- Media Format : DVD
- Run time : 1 hour and 40 minutes
- Release date : 8 April 2004
- Actors : Kristopher Steele, June Jago, David Bradshaw, Bruce Kerr, Tommy Dysart
- Studio : Roadshow Entertainment
- ASIN : B000CCRP9A
- Country of origin : Australia
- Number of discs : 2
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A story about Jim Craig and 18 year old who has recently lost his father in trying to capture 'the colt from Old Regret' has to win the respect from the men of the high country to run his fathers farm located near Mt. Kosciusko. After his father's death he is forced to work on the low lands for Harrison whose brother is good friends of Jims. While working on the farm Jim falls in love with Harrison's daughter Jessica. After Harrisons's prize colt has disappeared a roundup of the brumbies in the highlands is going to be conducted with Clancy of the Overflow in the lead.
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It was fast paced and well filmed, and gave me great pleasure. Our family will watch this on many occasions.
You need to download apps to watch which cost you more money.
Asked for a refund but they said If I pay and send back to USA which would cost more than the DVD.
ended up down loading from Amazon Prime which was cheaper and instant.
Not about the money but not being honest !!!!
This is the story of a boy becoming a man; Jim loses his father in an accident for which he feels guilty. Needing money to keep his place in the mountains he comes down to low country and discovers his future, a girl, a secret that has been kept for 20 years and a horse that unites them. A good story, well told with breathtaking scenery and some of the most fantastic riding on film. Better yet it has some good acting, particularly by Kirk Douglas in two roles, one very much his "type" and one very much not.