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Coyote Summer (1996)

G | | Action, Adventure
Callie Carpenter's mom must travel to England for work, and she decides that it would be best for her hard-to-handle daughter Callie to spend the summer at her aunt and uncles horse ranch, rather than travel abroad with her.

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Matias Alvarez

Writer:

Karen Krenis
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Vinessa Shaw ... Callie Carpenter
Adam Beach ... Rafe Acuna
Bruce Weitz ... Snapper
Cindy Pickett ... Maggie Foster
Ed Lauter ... Mitchell Foster
Michelle St. John ... Rachel
Gordon Tootoosis ... Mopeah
Susan Damante ... Helen Carpenter (as Susan Shaw)
Dennis Saylor Dennis Saylor ... Enforcer
Darren Cooper Darren Cooper ... Jacob
Kimberly Fay ... Lynn
Frank Gerrish ... Cabbie
Tom Proctor ... Little Max
William 'Bus' Riley William 'Bus' Riley ... Veterinarian (as Bus Riley)
Matthew L. Batala Matthew L. Batala ... Jimmy
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Callie Carpenter's mom must travel to England for work, and she decides that it would be best for her hard-to-handle daughter Callie to spend the summer at her aunt and uncles horse ranch, rather than travel abroad with her.

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Action | Adventure

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Also Known As:

Amor a Galope See more »

Filming Locations:

Salt Lake City, Utah, USA See more »

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$19,496
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Ultra Stereo

Color:

Color
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One With The Wind
Written & Performed by Mary Beth Gelbuda
Arranged by Larry Herbstritt
Produced by Steve Dorff
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Another mixed-up-teen-turns-into-a-winner story, a fine one
19 October 2006 | by inkblot11See all my reviews

Teenage Callie has a wild streak. When her mother goes to London on business, she sends Callie to her sister's ranch for a dose of hard work and responsibility. Callie is sullen, at first, naturally, but perks up at the sight of a beautiful but wild black horse. When she overhears of the horse's destruction, due to his inability to be tamed, she arranges to steal the horse with a fellow ranch hand named Rafe. In hiding, the two begin to calm the horse and start his training. It works. But, will their hideaway be discovered? This is a nice story for teenagers with beautiful scenery. Callie's fast track to being a great rider is not too believable, but her determination to better herself and the lovely horse are genuine. All of the supporting actors, including Adam Beach as Rafe, are an added bonus. If you have teenage children or want to show a worthy movie to a group of teenagers with some character building ingredients, this is not a bad choice at all. It's lovely setting and storyline of empowering teens will be welcomed by all.


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