The fates of horses, and the people who own and command them, are revealed as Black Beauty narrates the circle of his life.
Anna Sewell's classic 1877 novel beautifully comes to life in this family drama set in England. Told from the point of view of Black Beauty himself, the story sheds light on the details surrounding the colt's birth and his perception of humans (he has various owners throughout his life). While some owners are compassionate -- none more than Joe Evans (Mark Lester), the boy who first owns the colt.
Black Beauty lives with Squire Gordon and his stable girl Jenny. Squire Gordon is forced to sell Black Beauty to a cruel society lady. He is a sweet-tempered horse who through the course of his life encounters many trying experiences. He endures through his unyielding courage and faith.
After her father dies in a horse riding accident, a displaced city girl named Cheryl is sent to live with a foster family on a farm in the country. Here she meets a magnificent horse. Cheryl learns to face her fear of horses and manages to race once again.
Based on Anna Sewell's novel. In rural England of the 1880's, widower Squire Wendon is rearing his young daughter Anne. Her father has forbidden her to be present when their mare, "Duchess," gives birth. Anne sneaks out to the stable, however, and is discovered by her father who forbids her ever to ride Duchess again. Despite this punishment, he gives Anne Duchess's colt because it is her birthday, and she names him "Black Beauty."
A modern retelling of Anna Sewell’s classic novel, Black Beauty explores the heartfelt story of 15 year-old Audry who makes the discovery of a lifetime whilst volunteering at a city animal shelter. Rescued from an abusive owner and recovering from a traumatic past, Black Beauty possesses a most unique quality of character, endearing itself to Audry and her Grandpa who adopt the horse in order to give it a second chance and perhaps even help revitalize their own family situation. Aided by dedicated trainer James and tested by the many challenges of equine life, Black Beauty has his work cut out for him as he embarks on a remarkable journey of discovery and friendship.
This heart warming adaptation of the timeless novel tells the story of the courageous stallion Black Beauty, a well-bred horse in the 19th century England
Produced by Burbank Films Australia.
Anna Sewell's "autobiography" of a horse named Black Beauty is here expanded to include the adventures of the humans who surround the horse.
Animated version of the book by Anna Sewell, which tells the story of a horse and the many hardships and tales of cruelty and kindness he encounters during his life.
Black Beauty is being trained to run in the steeplechase race, upon which the Cameron family has staked its fortune. However, the horse is injured racing for a doctor when its owner is hurt, and it looks like it won't recover in time to compete in the race.
Black Beauty is a wild horse born free in the American west. As she is rounded up and taken away from her family, her story intertwines with that of a teenager, ‘Jo Green’ , similarly grieving over the loss of her parents.The two develop a bond crafted in love, trust and healing.
Loyal, highly intelligent and courageous, the Rottweiler is often misunderstood. Black Beauty Breed is a feature length documentary that brings you closer to the dog behind the perceived intimidating image and highlights the positive abilities and character traits that make the Rottweiler an incredible dog. With stunning original film footage, Black Beauty Breed captures the soul of the Rottweiler and challenges your perception of them as vicious and unstable dogs. Intimate footage brings you closer to the real Rottweiler and their colorful heritage as a working dog that dates back to ancient Roman times. Fascinating facts about this noble breed will be revealed for the first time ever in a film and will forever change the image of the Rottweiler.
This animated version of Anna Sewell's classic novel tells the tale of a horse named Black Beauty. Told from the horse's perspective, this classic illustrates the dynamic bond between animals and their human counterparts. Black Beauty become a member of the family, but soon falls terribly ill and must be nursed back to health. Before he can fully recover, though, someone sneaks into the stables and abducts the horse. In their search for the horse, it becomes truly apparent just how important this horse was to the family, and how important they are to him. The unbreakable bonds that tie them all together must hold strong just long enough for them all to be reunited...
A young boy is given a colt to raise as his own.
A retelling of Anna Sewell's beloved classic.
The Adventures of Black Beauty is a British children's television drama series produced by London Weekend Television and shown by ITV in the United Kingdom between 1972 and 1974. It was distributed internationally by London Weekend International.
The New Adventures of Black Beauty was the title of a television drama series produced in the early 1990s.
One of the most beloved characters in children's literature returns to captivate a new generation. The New Adventures of Black Beauty is set in New Zealand's rugged wilderness, where Jenny (Stacy Dorning, reprising the character she played in the 1972 series The Adventures of Black Beauty) and her head strong stepdaughter Vicky (Amber McWilliams) have moved to start a new life. Into their lives gallops a magnificent wild horse that Vicky instantly falls in love with and names Black Beauty. Together, Jenny and Vicky face many challenges as they struggle to become a close knit family. Gradually Vicky earns Beauty's trust and Jenny struggles to be accepted by the locals as a female veterinarian. Beautiful scenery, colourful characters, and heart pounding adventures make this series a family favourite in the tradition of Little House on the Prairie.