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Moondance Alexander

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Primary Audience:
Family
Genre:
Drama, Family
Length:
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Year of Release:
2007
USA Release:
October 19, 2007
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Featuring: Kay Panabaker, Don Johnson, Lori Loughlin, James Best, Sasha Cohen, Whitney Sloan, Joe Norman Shaw, Mimi Gianopulos, Aedan Tomney, Landon Liboiron, Greg Lawson, Julia Maxwell, Brian Gromoff, Jemma Blackwell, Kirk Heuser
Director: Michael Damian
Producer: Laurette Bourassa, Janeen Damian, Michael Damian, Brad Krevoy, Frank C. Muggia, Doug Steeden
Distributor: FoxFaith

“Inspired by a true story”

Here’s what the distributor says about their film: “Inspired by a true story, “Moondance Alexander” follows a spirited teen named Moondance (Kay Panabaker) living with her eccentric mother (Lori Loughlin). Moondance is faced with another uneventful summer until she discovers a lost pinto pony named Checkers who has jumped out of his paddock. Although she returns the horse to his rightful owner, the gruff and mysterious Dante Longpre (Don Johnson), Moondance is convinced that Checkers is a champion jumper in disguise and is determined to help him realize his full potential. She manages to talk Dante into training her and Checkers for the Bow Valley Classic and despite the criticism of her nemesis, Fiona (Sahsa Cohen); discovers that perseverance, loyalty and individuality can land you in the winner’s circle.”

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Positive—I took my 7 year old daughter, and we loved it. We cried and laughed. It was a good family movie. I highly recommend this film to anybody. This is a movie that everyone can enjoy if your 1 or 101.
My Ratings: Good / 5
—Gloria Currier, age 34