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Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Kelly Reno Alec Ramsey Mickey Rooney Henry Dailey Teri Garr Alec's Mother Clarence Muse Snoe Hoyt Axton Alec's Father Michael Higgins Neville Ed McNamara Jake Larbi Doghmi Arab as Dogmi Larbi John Burton Jockey 1 John Buchanan Jockey 2 Kristen Vigard Becky Fausto Tozzi Rescue Captain John Karlsen Archeologist as John Karlson Leopoldo Trieste Priest Frank Cousins Edit Storyline While traveling with his father, young Alec becomes fascinated by a mysterious Arabian stallion who is brought on board and stabled in the ship he is sailing on.
Edit Did You Know? Goofs When Alec first befriends the Black on the beach using dried seaweed, he runs away from the Black so the Black will chase him, and in alternating scenes during the chase he is sometimes carrying a handful of seaweed and sometimes not carrying any.
Quotes [ first lines ] Alec Ramsey : Dad It's the most fantastic thing Satan - the Black's first colt, all black with a white diamond on his forehead.
He is at first a dangerous, brutal colt, and nearly kills Alec. Henry eventually tames Satan, turning him into a racing legend. Ultimately Satan and Henry develop a close bond.
Bonfire - the Black Stallion's second colt in the books The Blood Bay Colt and The Black Stallion's Sulky Colt. He competes in the famed Hambletonian race.
Black Minx - the Black's first filly is all black and has issues from poor handling and a sensitive temperament. Purchased at an auction by Henry, who has trained many horses but not actually owned one, he overcomes her quirks, even fashioning her a false tail to replace her docked one, lost in an accident, to boost her confidence.
Henry trains her as a racehorse and with Alec in the saddle, they go on to win the Kentucky Derby. She is slightly lazy and lacks the drive for racing, and also develops what appears to be an obsession with a rival colt, Wintertime, which ultimately leads to her retirement.
Walter Farley felt that the Black's first daughter needed the perfect name, and so he turned to his readers with the prize of a filly if their name for the Black's first daughter was selected in a contest.
He is big, strong, and bold. He is a worthy rival to The Black. She becomes the dam of The Black's first foal, Satan. Flame - the chestnut stallion found on Azul Island by Steve Duncan.
Flame strongly resembles an Arabian, though much larger - similar to The Black. He equals the Black Stallion in a match race. Wintertime - a small, quick, blood-bay stallion, a rival to Black Minx.
He is retired after an injury on the track, and becomes Black Minx's mate. Eclipse - a dark brown colt with a white blaze, initially beaten by Black Minx, who soon matures into a powerful contender who takes on older, more experienced horses and becomes almost an equal to the Black's fame and speed.
Casey - an experienced, winning chestnut horse whose speed and skilled jockey tests the Black and Alec in a three-way race that includes Eclipse.
Sun Raider and Cyclone - the first two champion horses that the Black competes against and ultimately beats in a match race billed as "the race of the century.
The Ghost - a beautiful light grey mare, a liberty dressage superstar, featured in The Black Stallion's Ghost. The eerie tale culminates when Alec is obsessed to purchase this mare and breed her to The Black.
Her foal with the Black is never seen in the books that are written by Walter Farley, but his son Steven Farley invents the foal as a steeplechaser race horse named Black Storm.
Black Sand - Son of Satan, a promising young colt and favorite of Pam Athena, who must overcome fears linked to abuse by a previous owner.
The eponymous first novel of the series, The Black Stallion , won the Young Reader's Choice Award. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Life Magazine : 59— The Black eventually wins by two lengths. Cass Ole , a champion Arabian stallion, was featured in most of the movie's scenes, with Fae Jur, another black Arabian stallion, being his main double.
Fae Jur's main scene is the one where Alec is trying to gain the trust of the Black on the beach. Two other stunt doubles were used for running, fighting and swimming scenes.
El Mokhtar , an Egyptian Arabian racehorse, was the producers' first choice to portray the Black, but they were unable to secure his services for the film from his owners, who declined any offers.
He does appear in The Black Stallion Returns , alongside Cass Ole, by which time the studio bought out the syndicate of owners in order to secure El Mokhtar's services.
Napoleon was portrayed by Junior, who previously appeared in National Lampoon's Animal House as Trooper, Niedermeyer's horse. The film received two nominations for the Academy Awards :.
In addition, Alan Splet was awarded with a Special Achievement Award for sound editing. Carmine Coppola was nominated for Best Original Score at the Golden Globe Awards.
He later won the award in this category for his score of Apocalypse Now. Caleb Deschanel was nominated for Best Cinematography by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards.
The film received two awards from the Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards for Best Cinematography Caleb Deschanel and Best Music Carmine Coppola.
The film also won the National Society of Film Critics award for Best Cinematography. In , it was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".
Also, the film is recognized by American Film Institute :. The film was followed in by a sequel, The Black Stallion Returns , which also starred Reno.
There was also a television series called The Adventures of the Black Stallion which aired from to and starred Mickey Rooney and Richard Ian Cox.
In , a minute prequel called The Young Black Stallion , was shot and released for IMAX theaters. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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American Zoetrope. Release date. Running time. Kelly Reno as Alec Ramsay Mickey Rooney as Henry Dailey Teri Garr as Mrs.
Ramsay, Alec's mother Hoyt Axton as Mr. Ramsay, Alec's father Clarence Muse as Snoe Michael Higgins as Jim Neville Ed McNamara as Jake Doghmi Larbi as Arab John Burton as Jockey No.
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