Where the Red Fern Grows 2

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This sequel to the 1974 family film Where the Red Fern Grows tells the story of a man named Billy Coleman Doug McKeon, who returns from duty in WWII to the home of his crotchety grandfather Wilford Brimley. Hidden deep in the Louisiana woods, the home provides a place for Billy to readjust to a normal life, raise a litter of puppies, and reconnect with the things in life that he fought so hard to save.
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This sequel to the 1974 family film Where the Red Fern Grows tells the story of a man named Billy Coleman Doug McKeon, who returns from duty in WWII to the home of his crotchety grandfather Wilford Brimley. Hidden deep in the Louisiana woods, the home provides a place for Billy to readjust to a normal life, raise a litter of puppies, and reconnect with the things in life that he fought so hard to save.
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Special Features

Trailers; Photo gallery
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/25/2008
  • UPC: 089859020124
  • Original Release: 1992
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  • Source: Vci Video
  • Region Code: 0
  • Time: 1:36:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Doug McKeon Billy Coleman
Wilford Brimley Grandpa
Adam Faraizl Wilson
Chad McQueen
Lisa Whelchel
Karen Carlson
Jessie Turner
Tom Bertins
Devin Payne
Technical Credits
Jim McCullough Sr. Director, Producer
Samuel Bradford Producer, Screenwriter
William J. Immerman Executive Producer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Where the Red Fern Grows, Part II: The Classic Continues
1. Intro [6:50]
2. Home to See Grandpa [8:03]
3. Suprise in the Barn [4:55]
4. Training Ann and Dan [9:00]
5. Saying Sorry [7:01]
6. Meeting Wilson [4:07]
7. Going Hunting [11:05]
8. Disrupting Church [8:14]
9. Hunting Without Dan [15:47]
10. Dan Is Hurt [6:59]
11. Funeral [5:17]
12. Credits [3:28]
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Disc #1 -- Where the Red Fern Grows, Part II: The Classic Continues
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   Chapters
   Extras
      Behind the Scenes Photo Gallery
      Trailers: Legend of the Northwest
      Trailers: The Brave One
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    How it went

    The book 'Where the Red Fern Grows' is a very good book ,and I think people of all ages would like it. It is a story about the bond of a young boy and his dogs. They do everything togeather and thats what makes it even better. But, in the end you would under stand how close they really were ,and how a dog is mans best friend.

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    Posted August 2, 2010

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