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Where the red fern grows

A young Oklahoma boy uses his own savings to buy two hunting dogs, which he grows to love.

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  • "Disney Educational Productions presents"@en
  • "Where the red fern grows : parts 1 & 2"
  • "Where the red fern grows"

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  • "A young Oklahoma boy uses his own savings to buy two hunting dogs, which he grows to love."
  • "A young Oklahoma boy uses his own savings to buy two hunting dogs, which he grows to love."@en
  • "Billy saves until he has enough to buy the pair of hunting dogs he wants more than anything else. He teaches them to hunt and they become the best in the state. Hard work and determination help him to realize a dream and endure a heartbreak."@en
  • "Heartwarming tale of a young boy whose hard work and determination help him to realize the dream of having a pair of hunting dogs, and help him to endure a heartbreak. Based on the book by Wilson Rawls, and starring James Whitmore."@en
  • "A heartwarming tale of a young boy whose hard work and determination help him to realize a dream and endure a heartbreak. More than anything else, Billy Coleman wanted a pair of hunting dogs. Following his grandfather's (James Whitmore) advice, Billy scrimped and saved until he had enough money to purchase the two redbone hounds he longed for. Named for lovers carved in a tree, "Dan and Ann" immediately win the hearts of the entire family. Billy patiently trains them in the local sport of "coon" hunting, and they soon become the best in the state. But being "best" is not always enough - it is love given and returned that forms the basis of true caring and courage. --container."@en
  • "1 DVD; Video recording; 108 minutes; Color."@en
  • "A boy raises and trains two hunting dogs and finds the meaning of love, caring and courage."@en
  • "The story of a young boy's love for two hunting dogs and his coming of age in Oklahoma in the 1930's."
  • "Where the red fern gorws -- The story of a boy who longed to have his own hunting dogs."
  • "A young boy living in the Ozarks achieves his heart's desire when he becomes the owner of two redbone hounds and teaches them to be champion hunters."@en
  • "A young boy living in the Ozarks achieves his heart's desire when he becomes the owner of two redbone hounds and teaches them to be champion hunters."
  • "A heartwarming and adventurous tale for all ages about a young boy and his quest for his own red-bone hound hunting dogs. Set in the Ozark Mountains during the Great Depression, Billy Coleman works hard and saves his earnings for 2 years to achieve his dream of buying two coonhound pups. He develops a new trust in God as he faces overwhelming challenges in adventure and tragedy roaming the river bottoms of Cherokee country with "Old Dan" and "Little Ann." Through these adventures Billy realizes the meaning of true friendship, loyalty, integrity and heroics, in this timeless and poignant coming of age story."@en
  • "Recounts the adventures of Billy Coleman (Petersen) and the two hunting dogs he raised in the Depression-era Oklahoma Ozarks."@en
  • "Captures the story by Wilson Rawls about a young boy on an Oklahoma farm who perseveres in his goal to own the two best hunting dogs in the valley. Designed to develop an understanding of the values of dedication and perseverance and to encourage students to read the story."
  • "The best-selling children's book comes to life as a new Disney classic about a boy and his best friends: two remarkable hunting dogs who teach him about life, loyalty and trust against a wild, woodland backdrop where adventure awaits."@en
  • "Wilson Rawls's novel about an Oklahoma boy's devotion to his two hunting dogs during the Great Depression."@en
  • "More than anything else, Billy Coleman wanted a pair of hunting dogs. Following his grandfather's advice, Billy saved until he had enough money to buy them. Billy patiently trains them to hunt and they become the best in the state. Being best, however, is not always enough as love given and returned form the basis of true caring and courage."@en
  • "A resource kit designed to help teach this major work of literature."
  • "More than anything else, Billy Coleman wanted a pair of hunting dogs. Following his grandfather's advice, Billy saved until he had enough money to buy them. Billy patiently trains them to hunt and they become the best in the state. Being best, however, is not always enough as love given and returned form the basis of true caring and courage."
  • "Set in the Ozarks of Oklahoma in 1930, this story centers on young Billy Colman's ambition to have two hunting dogs. Spurred on by his grandfather's wisdom, Billy works hard to save enough money to buy his Redbone hounds. Combining adventure, suspense and tragedy, the film captures the devotion that can develop between a boy and his dogs. Billy trains the animals to be the best coonhounds in the county. (Circulates)."
  • "Part two is a continuation of the classic novel. In Red fern II, Billy Coleman returns from WWII to his grandfather's house and tries to readjust to civilian life. The war has made Billy crippled and bitter. Grandpa anticipated this and has a gift waiting for him : a pair of Redbone hound puppies - just like the ones he had as a boy. In addition, Billy befriends a young neighbor boy, Wilson, who reminds him of himself. Together the hounds and Wilson help Billy to rediscover the gift of giving - and ultimately rediscovering himself."
  • "Billy trains his two dogs in the dark hills and river bottoms of Cherokee country to be the finest hunting team in the valley proving loyalty and bravery in the face of danger."
  • "Set in the wilds of the Ozarks during the Great Depression, this award-winning story describes the adventures of Billy Coleman and his loyal dogs, Old Dan and Little Ann. Dan and Ann teach Billy about loyalty, courage and perseverance. Billy works hard to save up enough money to buy the pair of redbone hound pups and trains them to be the top hunting dogs in the valley. Billy almost decides to give up hunting, however, when he is present at a hunting expedition that ends in another boy's death. At Grandpa's insistence, Billy enters the dogs in a championship hunting competition. On the final night of the contest, the dogs abandon three coons in a tree to find Grandpa, who is seriously hurt. To Billy's surprise and delight, the winner of the contest concedes the trophy and prize money to Billy and his dedicated dogs. Back at home, their lives take a tragic turn when Billy and the dogs encounter a mountain lion in the woods. The cougar kills Dan, and Ann later dies of a broken heart. Billy buries the dogs next to each other. As Billy visits the gravesite, he discovers a mythical red fern between the graves, as in the Cherokee myth of the two children who could not bear to be separated after their deaths."
  • "A young boy living in the Ozarks achieves his heart's desire when he becomes the owner of two redbone hounds and teaches them to be champion hunters. Billy, Old Dan and Little Ann range the hills and river bottoms of Cherokee County. Old Dan has the brawn, Little Ann has the brains -- and Billy has the will to train them to be the finest hunting team in the valley. Glory and victory are coming to them, but sadness waits, too."@en
  • "The story of a young Oklahoma boy and the love he has for the two hunting dogs he bought with his own savings."
  • "Set in the Ozarks during the Depression, the movie is the story of Billy who yearns for pet dogs and how he gets them."@en
  • "Tells the story of Billy Coleman and the two coon dogs he raised in the depression-era Oklahoma Ozarks."
  • "A story of a boy's struggle to own and train the best pair of hounds for hunting racoons in the Ozark Mountains of Oklahoma."@en
  • "Includes Where The Red Fern Grows and Where The Red Fern Grows - Part Two."
  • "WHERE THE RED FERN GROWS is the heartwarming tale of a young boy whose hard work and determination help him to realize a dream and endure a heartbreak. More than anything else, Billy Coleman wanted a pair of hunting dogs. Following his grandfather's (James Whitmore) advice, Billy scrimped and saved until he had enough money to purchase the two redbone hounds he longed for. Named for lovers carved in a tree, "Dan and Ann" immediately win the hearts of the entire family. Billy patiently trains them in the local sport of "coon" hunting, and they soon become the best in the state. But being "best" is not always enough - it is love given and returned that forms the basis of true caring and courage. --container."@en
  • "After two long years of hard work, ten year old Billy Coleman saves up enough money to buy a pair of redbone hound pups, and it's love at first sight!"@en
  • "Billy faces adventure, suspense, and tragedy to realize his dream."
  • "A boy yearns for two redbone coon hounds, which his parents can't afford during the hard times of the Depression in the Ozarks."@en
  • "A boy yearns for two redbone coon hounds, which his parents can't afford during the hard times of the Depression in the Ozarks."
  • "The tale of a boy and his best friends: two remarkable hunting dogs who teach him about life, loyaty and trust against a wild woodland backdrip where adventure waits just around the bend."@en
  • "The tale of a boy and his best friends: two remarkable hunting dogs who teach him about life, loyaty and trust against a wild woodland backdrip where adventure waits just around the bend."
  • "Captures the story by Wilson Rawls about a young boy on an Ozark Mountains farm who perseveres in his goal to own the two best hunting dogs in the valley. Designed to develop an understanding of the values of dedication and perseverance and to encourage students to read the story."@en
  • "Where the red fern grows : part 2 -- Billy Coleman returns from World War II embittered by his experience; but Grandpa, anticipating Billy's state of mind, has a therapeutic gift waiting for him: a pair of Redbone hound puppies-- just like the ones he had as a boy."
  • "The story of a boy who longed to have his own hunting dogs."@en
  • "Dramatizes a true story of a boy growing up in the Ozarks of Oklahoma. Desperate for his own hunting dogs, Billy scrimps and saves to make his dream a reality. His investment pays off. Billy and his dogs Old Dan and Lil' Ann win the top prize at the annual raccoon hunting contest. Family film and classic story for all ages that teaches the importance of faith, honesty, loyalty and persistence."@en
  • "Part one, two beloved Redbone hounds teach Billy Coleman about loyalty and love as their sacrifice repays his devotion. Growing up in the Ozarks of Oklahoma, Billy yearns for his own pair of hunting dogs. His wise grandfather counsels him that praying for the dogs isn't enough without his own hard work and effort."@en
  • "The tale of a young boy whose hard work and determination help him to realize a dream and endure a heartbreak. More than anything else, Billy Coleman wanted a pair of hunting dogs. Following his grandfather's advice, Billy scrimped and saved until he had enough money to purchase the two redbone hounds he longed for. Named for lovers carved in a tree, "Dan and Ann" immediately win the hearts of the entire family. Billy patiently trains them in the local sport of "coon" hunting, and they soon become the best in the state. But being "best" is not always enough - it is love given and returned that forms the basis of true caring and courage."@en

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