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Where the Red Fern Grows II: The Classic Continues

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Where The Red Fern Grows II is a continuation of the classic novel, a story as magical as the original. The haunting richness of the Louisiana woods, the innocent joy we find in Old Dan and Little Ann, and the loving wisdom of Grandpa Coleman combine to touch the hearts of young and old alike. In Red Fern II, Billy Coleman (Doug McKeon) returns from WWII to his grandfather's (Wilford Brimley) home in Louisiana and tries to readjust to civilian life. But the killing he witnessed in the war, along with the fact that he has lost a leg to an enemy bullet, has embittered him. Grandpa had anticipated Billy's state of mind and has a therapeutic gift waiting for him: a pair of Redbone hound puppies - just like the ones he had as a boy. In addition to the puppies, Billy befriends a young neighborhood boy, Wilson (Adam Frazil), who reminds him of himself. Wilson and the hounds become closest friends and together they help Billy to rediscover the gift of giving - ultimately rediscovering himself. Bonus Features: </> Scene Selection| Trailers| Photo Gallery Specs: </> 1-DVD9; Dolby Digital; 96 minutes; Color; 1.33:1 Aspect Ratio; MPAA - NR; Year - 1992; SRP - $14.99

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Product Details

  • Actors: Wilford Brimley, Doug McKeon, Chad McQueen, Lisa Whelchel, Adam Faraizl
  • Directors: Jim McCullough
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: VCI Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: March 25, 2008
  • Run Time: 96 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
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  • ASIN: B0013K1AIM
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #162,162 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Where the Red Fern Grows II: The Classic Continues" on IMDb

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I found this to be a good sequel to the original story. Two new dogs and new actors and actresses as well, but you would expect that because it is now 1945 and the war has ended. If I had to make a choice the first movie is far the better of the two, but don't take me wrong, this is a good movie too.
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VCI Entertainment presents "WHERE THE RED FERN GROWS PART TWO" (The Classic Continues) (1992) (96 mins/Color) (Dolby digitally remastered)

Under the production staff of:
Jim McCullough Sr. - Director
Samuel Bradford - Screenwriter
Samuel Bradford - Producer
William J. Immerman - Executive Producer
Jim McCullough Sr.- Producer
Robert Sprayberry - Composer
Joseph M. Wilcots - Cinematographer
Gilbert Carreras - Editor

The story line and plot, Grandpa Will (Wilford Brimley) helps his grandson Billy Coleman (Doug McKeon) readjust by giving him two hound dog puppies to care for --- Coleman is a WWII veteran returning to his grandfather's home in the deep Louisiana woods --- Embittered about the killing he saw and losing a leg --- Billy must now confront life all over again and reconnect with the ideas and the liberty he fought very hard to keep safe --- A sequel to the 1974 film "Where the Red Fern Grows" which received rave reviews is all in all great family entertainment.

the cast includes:
Doug McKeon ... Billy Coleman
Wilford Brimley ... Grandpa Will
Chad McQueen ... Rainie Pritchard
Lisa Whelchel ... Coleman, Sara
Adam Faraizl ... Wilson
Jesse Turner
Karen Carlson
Maggie McCullough
Tenikki Abbott ... Church member
Amy Mills
Betty Roberson ... Sister Lucille
Colvin Roberson ... Church Member

BIOS:
1. Wilford Brimley
Date of Birth: 27 September 1934 - Salt Lake City, Utah
Date of Death: Still Living

2. Doug McKeon
Date of Birth: 10 June 1966 - Pompton Plains, New Jersey
Deate of Death: Still Living

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This is a great classic movie. It is a movie with values. It shows that honor and hard work can make dreams come through. It is refreshing to watch. If kids today watched these kind of movies they wouldn't be out killing kids in school. They would know that guns are for hunting and it is really wonderful to do the right thing. Thank you Amazon.com for selling us this movie.
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Bought this movie because I have the first one and was hoping that it would be just as good. Unfortunately the second movie lacked interest in the character unlike the first one. The second movie both my husband and I were dissappointed and we wish we had just skipped this one. But we have it and will remain with the first movie as a set. This is a don't mess with perfection thing. It should have just been ended after the first movie.
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This is a classic story my kids watched. I replace the VHS with a CD for my grandkids. The VHS was wearing out. It is a good movie to watch when staying at Grandma's house. My grandkids had a lot of questions. Be prepared to answer them.
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AN ALL TIME CLASSIC THAT NEVER GROWS OLD OR OUT OF DATE. MY 4 YEAR OLD GRANDDAUGHTER ACTUALLY SET STILL TO WATCH THIS!! RECOMMEND HIGHLY.
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Wasnt as food as the first original movie but got here quickly.
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