Item description for Where The Red Fern Grows V2 by Jim McCullough, Wilford Brimley & Doug McKeon...
Overview Billy has returned home from World War II, embittered about the killing he saw and losing a leg. Grandpa had anticipated his state of mind and has a gift waiting for Billy: a pair of redbone hound puppies. Billy must now confront life all over again.
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Actors: Bridgestone, Wilford Brimley, Chad McQueen, Lisa Whelchel, Adam Faraizl
Directors: Jim McCullough Sr.
Format: Closed-captioned, Color, DVD, NTSC
Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
Audience Rating: G (General Audience)
Studio: Bridgestone Multimedia Group
Running Time: 92.00 minutes
Record Label Bridgestone Multimedia Group
Format Closed-captioned / Color / DVD / NTSC
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.52" Width: 5.42" Height: 0.58" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Binding DVD Video
Release Date Jun 1, 2008
Publisher Bridgestone Multimedia
ISBN 1563711583 ISBN13 9781563711589 UPC 095163881221
Availability 293 units. Availability accurate as of Jan 21, 2017 08:57.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Where The Red Fern Grows V2?
Poor excuse of a video Jan 5, 2007
I am a HUGE Wilson Rawls fan. There was no attempt to make a quality video here. The cuts throughout the video were grade-school at the least. If someone would have just taken the time to edit and make sure the sound was right, this would have been a pretty good video. Mr. Rawls is howling from his grave!
Good movie Mar 17, 2006
I bought this movie for my granddaughter who had read the book with her class at school. We bought the first movie and she wanted to see the second one as well. This movie takes up a few years after the first ends. The boy is now an adult and is coming back from war with only one of his legs. He has some issues with God and why things are happening to him. It tells a good story about human beings and how friendships can help anyone. I highly recommend both movies to all families.
Bad storyline, worse acting Dec 23, 2005
The storyline was weak, the acting was worse.
I hadn't seen part 1 since I was a kid, I ordered both the original and part 2. We watched the original Sunday and my wife an I enjoyed it. We watched Part 2 on Wednesday, and both were rolling our eyes throughout. The actor portraying Billy did a poor job. It is obvious that he is not a dog person, or was over acting.
The story line left a lot of holes, kind of like reading the back cover of a book instead of reading the book. Not many exciting moments throughout.
Overall the acting was overdone and no character really captured you attention.
Overall it was a feeble attempt to capture the basics of the first movie that clearly missed the mark.
Where the red fern grows part 2 Dec 25, 2004
The movie did not live up to the 1st movie that came out and was rather dull. They seemed to have tried to hard.
The Best Movie Ever! Aug 18, 2003
This is way better than "Where the Red Fern Grows" although slightly less risque than "Where the Red Fern Grows: Tom's third adventure". Although no man named Boris should be allowed to direct a movie about a pup named Skippy, it is still a fine piece of cinemetography. My favorite part is Wilford Brimley's duet with the dog, when they sing a touching rendition of "Together". Remember that old hit, gang? "Wherever we go- Whatever we do- We're gonna go through it together! Ruff ruff! Through thick and through thin- All out and all in- We're gonna go through it together! Meow!""Hey! Get that lousy cat otta here!"