The TV series “My Friend Flicka” featured a chestnut Arabian mare that was registered with the Arabian Horse Association.The first television series produced by 20th Century-Fox was filmed in color in 1955.
What is Flicka about?In Wyoming, a teenager dreams of taking over her father’s ranch one day.When she tames a mustang and names her Flicka, she finds that she and her new horse are very similar.After her father sells the horse, she tries to win it back by entering a dangerous race.
A story of a teenage girl and a wild mustang horse is set in a beautiful ranch in Wyoming.The girl is the only daughter in a long line of ranchers.
Mary O’Hara wrote a book about a sorrel filly with a mane and tail.She had a lot of blood types.
According to the American Humane Association, two horses died on the set of a movie.The deaths occurred in 2005, according to the association’s Web site.
The family decided to keep the ranch as a refuge for wild mustangs and a working ranch.The film ends with a ride across the Wyoming landscape.
Mary O’Hara wrote a novel about Ken McLaughlin, the son of a Wyoming rancher, and his horse.It was the first in a trilogy.
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Production.In Utah, the film was shot in Duck Creek, Aspen Mirror Lake, Rockville Road, Strawberry Valley, Johnson Canyon, Zion National Park, and Cedar Breaks National Monument.
There is parental guidance for the rating of “Flicka”.It has a very mild language.It’s open today nationwide.Mark Rosenthal and Lawrence Konner wrote the novel “My Friend Flicka”, which was directed by Michael Mayer.