The Fighting Stallion (March 23, 1950)

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The Fighting Stallion
 

Released on March 23, 1950: A man who is slowly going blind discovers a rebel horse about to be killed and turns the fighting stallion into his best friend and his own seeing eye horse.

Produced by Jack Schwarz

Directed by Robert Emmett Tansey

The Actors: Bill Edwards (Lon Evans), Doris Merrick (Jeanne Barton), Forrest Taylor (Martin Evans), Don C. Harvey (Commander Patrick), Robert Carson (lawyer Tom Allen), Concha Ybarra (Nantee), Gene Alsace (Lem), Merrill McCormick (Yancy), Johnny Carpenter (Chuck), Maria Hart (Dude)

 

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A Little Better than Tarawa . . .

As this man-and-his-horse adventure begins a Navy man tells his commanding officer that he is leaving the military to return to the family ranch in Wyoming . . . His commanding officer replies that it will probably be a little better than his time on Tarawa. I don't create web sites for other people any more, as I am much too busy building my own sites like this one . . . But several years ago I was honored to create a website showcasing the definitive book about the Bloody Battle of Tarawa, and the military remains on the island today - TarawaTheAftermath.com. In the central Pacific during World War II the small atoll of Tarawa was one of the most heavily defended spots on earth, with almost 5,000 Japanese military men defending that portion of the Pacific from all comers. When the U.S. Navy with ships full of Marines decided to attack the island they had no idea that it would be a decisive turning point in the war . . . or that more U.S. military men would perish in the next 76 hours of battle than in any 76 hour period before or after. All of the mental pictures about that battle would fly through the minds of the survivors of that battle who watched this movie . . . and if you check out that web site and see the photos and read the horrors you too will know why a Wyoming ranch . . . or any other spot on earth . . . would be so much better than Tarawa . . . But would that Wyoming ranch be better for our leading man if he was blind as a bat? Lon Evans, played by Bill Edwards, is leaving the Navy and is slowly going blind . . . He is about to enter a world of darkness that will not end his life, but will give him a lifetime of confusion stumbling in his midnight world. When he gets home to the ranch he discovers that his father is ready to shoot a rebel horse named Starlight . . . A wild stallion that no one can tame . . . Until the soldier who faced doom on Tarawa, and is now facing eternal darkness . . . Arrives and forms a magical bond between two doomed souls . . . The soldier and his horse . . . Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Bill Edwards
Bill Edwards
Bill Edwards and Don C. Harvey
Bill Edwards and Don C. Harvey
Bill Edwards, Doris Merrick and Robert Carson
Bill Edwards, Doris Merrick and Robert Carson
Bill Edwards and Forrest Taylor
Bill Edwards and Forrest Taylor
Bill Edwards and Gene Alsace
Bill Edwards and Gene Alsace
Bill Edwards and Starlight the Fighting Stallion
Bill Edwards and Starlight the Fighting Stallion
Bill Edwards greets Forrest Taylor
Bill Edwards greets Forrest Taylor
Bill Edwards and Doris Merrick
Bill Edwards and Doris Merrick
Bill Edwards
Bill Edwards
Concha Ybarra and Bill Edwards
Concha Ybarra and Bill Edwards
Concha Ybarra
Concha Ybarra
Don C. Harvey
Don C. Harvey
Doris Merrick and Bill Edwards
Doris Merrick and Bill Edwards
Doris Merrick and Bill Edwards
Doris Merrick and Bill Edwards
Doris Merrick and Robert Carson
Doris Merrick and Robert Carson
Doris Merrick
Doris Merrick
Doris Merrick and Bill Edwards
Doris Merrick and Bill Edwards
Doris Merrick
Doris Merrick
Forrest Taylor and Doris Merrick
Forrest Taylor and Doris Merrick
Forrest Taylor
Forrest Taylor
Forrest Taylor
Forrest Taylor
Gene Alsace and Merrill McCormick
Gene Alsace and Merrill McCormick
Gene Alsace, Merrill McCormick and Forrest Taylor
Gene Alsace, Merrill McCormick and Forrest Taylor
Gene Alsace and Merrill McCormick
Gene Alsace and Merrill McCormick
Merrill McCormick and Forrest Taylor
Merrill McCormick and Forrest Taylor
Merrill McCormick and Gene Alsace
Merrill McCormick and Gene Alsace
Merrill McCormick, Johnny Carpenter and Gene Alsace
Merrill McCormick, Johnny Carpenter and Gene Alsace
Robert Carson and Maria Hart
Robert Carson and Maria Hart
Robert Carson and Maria Hart
Robert Carson and Maria Hart
Starlight the fighting stallion and Bill Edwards
Starlight the fighting stallion and Bill Edwards