Based on Walter Farley's "Black Stallion" book series. After surviving a shipwreck together, a young boy and a horse enter the race of the century. Fine family viewing!
A boy and a horse forge a close friendship after being shipwrecked together in Africa in The Black Stallion (1979), directed by Carroll Ballard and produced by Fred Roos and Tom Sternberg.
The Black Stallion Returns -- When a beautiful stallion is stolen in exotic Morocco, his young owner must embark on a series of daring adventures to get him back in this engaging family gem.
A boy travels to the Sahara Desert to find his beloved Arabian stallion, reclaimed by its previous owner. Good sequel to "The Black Stallion"!
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Every five years the tribes of the Sahara race their finest horses. The race is a great test of stamina for both horse and rider. To the victor go the best horses from the losing tribes--bringing prestige, wealth and power. Strongest and fastest of all is the Black Stallion, who means more than anything to American teenager Alec Ramsey. The original Berber owners of the Arabian stallion have come to reclaim their champion in time for the all-important race that each of the tribes is determined to win. But there is also a rogue tribe, the Uruk, whose evil leader, Kurr, has come to stop the Black...This is the second film adapted from Walter Farley's classic 16-book series for young adults.
When a beautiful stallion is stolen in exotic Morocco, his young owner must embark on a series of daring adventures to get him back in this engaging family gem.
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