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Echo Bridge Original Family Classics Triple Feature

Discover three classic movies that take place in 19th century uncharted West.
  • Where the Red Fern Grows: Billy Coleman is a boy growing up in the Ozarks of Oklahoma and is desperate for his own hunting dogs. He scrimps and saves to make his dream a reality, and his investment pays off when he and his dogs Old Dan and Lil' Ann win the top prize at the annual raccoon hunting contest. Apprx. 97 minutes; Rated G.
  • The Proud Rebel: John Chandler is travelling the country with his mute son David and their sheep dog Lance. He is searching for a doctor to help his son, but when faced with the financial cost of treatment he must make a decision: help his son or preserve the friendship between his son and his dog. Apprx. 103 minutes; Not Rated.
  • Seven Alone: In 1842 spring, the Sager family is travelling across the unclaimed and unexplored West in search of a new home. When both parents succumb to the untamed wilderness, it's up to their seven orphaned children to continue the journey that their parents began. Based on the true story of the Sager children on the Oregon Trail. Apprx. 96 minutes; Rated G.
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2 out of 367%customers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Original Family Classics Triple Feature
Review 1 for Original Family Classics Triple Feature
Overall Rating: 
5 out of 5
5 out of 5

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Date:December 19, 2013
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Sue Navratil
Location:Arizona
Gender:female
This is a Xmas gift. I am familiar with one of the films. Based on CBD's high quality films, I expect all three to be quite satisfactory.
One note, all three movies do not take place in 19th century. "Red Fern" is 20th Century:)
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Review 2 for Original Family Classics Triple Feature
Overall Rating: 
4 out of 5
4 out of 5

Good Movies

Date:October 24, 2013
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Larryboy
Location:Whitney, Tx
Age:Over 65
Gender:male
Quality: 
4 out of 5
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5 out of 5
These movies are very good and present a good moral message to children as well as adults
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Review 3 for Original Family Classics Triple Feature
Overall Rating: 
2 out of 5
2 out of 5

average to less than average

Date:February 24, 2013
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James
Location:Albany,NY
Age:45-54
Gender:male
Quality: 
3 out of 5
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2 out of 5
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2 out of 5
2 out of 5
the 'red fern' is a good story, caution for an accidental death. Young boy fights poverty and raises his hounds, with a Southern legend in the script (hence,'the red fern' title). / The 'proud rebel' is the old style western, the hero is forced into a gun fight with ruthless cattle baron (and unruly sons, the apple don't fall far from the tree), to save the widows land, with his son's loss of speach due to trauma as a parallel plot. Did'nt know it was a shoot em' up movie, looked more like the son was full focus. / 'seven alone' depicts a true, but not attractive story of the seven Sager children that lose their parents while travelling West in the 19th century. The oldest boy, who is rebellious and harsh towards everybody, leads them to safety somehow. I believe this film probably lost something in the translation of the book, which was written by one of the girls who survived the trial. Would'nt buy it a second time. But that's the description. no comedy here, all drama, and some of it very harsh.
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