Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken

Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken

DVD - 1991
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Daydreams of love, adventure and stardom were the fantasies of every young girl growing up during the Great Depression, but for Sonora Webster those very same desires were her one-way ticket away from obscurity and the colorless existence of life in rural Georgia. With the stubborn confidence of a young woman determined to prove that she can do anything she sets her mind to, Sonora answers a newspaper ad for a diving horse girl -- Orphans
Publisher: [Place of production not identified] : Walt Disney Pictures, 1991.
Edition: Full screen version.
ISBN: 9780788863820
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (ca. 89 min.) :,sound, colour ;,12 cm
digital, video, surround, rda
video file, DVD, rda


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Apr 05, 2017

The death-defying act and Depression-era setting of this Disney film make for an interesting story, if you can overlook the inhumanity of horses diving from a 40-foot tower into a tank of water; there are reasons shows like this don't exist today. It's also a rare opportunity to see Michael Schoeffling, who played dreamboat (I think this is the first time I've ever used that word) Jake Ryan in Sixteen Candles. Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken was his last film before he retired from acting at age 31. Sonora Webster Carver, on whose life the movie was loosely based, wrote the book A Girl and Five Brave Horses about her experiences as a diving girl. I recommend this G-rated movie for all ages, though I think adults may like it more than children will.

Jun 23, 2014

I have yet to ride my horse off a cliff into a tank or lake of water.

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Dec 22, 2015

black_horse_499 thinks this title is suitable for All Ages


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