Director Andrew Marton
Music director Rudolph G. Kopp
Country United States
Genre Drama, Family, Western
Running time 1h 12m
Screenplay Martin Berkeley
|Release date 1954|
Writer Eric Knight (story), Martin Berkeley
Cast Donna Corcoran (Meg MacWade), Ward Bond (Frank MacWade), Frances Dee (Em MacWade), Larry Keating (Wade Y. Gerald), Lee Van Cleef (Hank), Robert Hyatt (Phil Gerald (as Bobby Hyatt))
Similar movies Marnie, Dreamer: Inspired By a True Story, The Story of Seabiscuit, Black Gold, Hidalgo, Tangled
Tagline With the fury of a Wild Animal, Gypsy Colt conquers dangers of the west!
Gypsy colt original trailer
Gypsy Colt is a 1954 Ansco Color film about an eponymous horse. The films basic plot was taken from Lassie Come Home.
A 60-minute version of Gypsy Colt was made available in 1967 as part of the weekly TV anthology Off to See the Wizard.
A young girl, Meg (Donna Corcoran), is disheartened when her parents Frank (Ward Bond) and Em MacWade (Frances Dee) are forced to sell her favorite horse, Gypsy Colt, to a rancher. Gypsy Colt escapes several times, ultimately taking a 500-mile journey to return to his rightful owner.
According to MGM records the movie earned $721,000 in the US and Canada and $704,000 elsewhere, making a profit of $259,000.
Comic book adaption
ReferencesGypsy Colt Wikipedia
Gypsy Colt IMDb Gypsy Colt themoviedb.org