The Fighting Stallion

(1950) WWII Marine hero Lon Evans is told he's going blind. On his ranch in Wyoming he finds a beautiful white stallion, Starlight. Lon tames and trains the stallion to become his 'seeing eye' animal.
Robert Emmett Tansey
Bill EdwardsDoris Merrick
English [CC]
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Roo_ted1961Reviewed in the United States on December 19, 2011
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The Fighting Stallion - Bill Edwards
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The Story line to this movie is not bad, but the acting would better classed as C-Grade performances. Bill Edwards acting the part as a blind man was so poor, even his so-called falling scene left a lot to be desired. Quality is very average to say the least. It's only a poor quality video at that, transfered to a DVD-R disc. The video quality has several scrolls, cuts and very jittery in many parts. It is a very cheap shoe string budget made movie, with many fight scenes between stallions, just re-run over and over in sequences. If you love horses, then this movie is ideal for your collection, but not at the $15.00 price tag that i paid, i would wait for a remastered or restored release become available. There's plenty better horse movies around.
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