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Bless the Beasts & Children(1971)

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Brief Synopsis

Troubled children on a dude ranch set out to save a buffalo herd.

Cast & Crew

Stanley Kramer Director
Bill Mumy [Lawrence] Teft
Barry Robins [John] Cotton
Miles Chapin [Sammy] Shecker
Darel Glaser [Gerald] Goodenow
Bob Kramer [Steve] Lally 1
Marc Vahanian [Billy] Lally 2
Jesse White Sid Shecker
Ken Swofford Wheaties
Dave Ketchum Camp director
Elaine Devry Cotton's mother
Bruce Glover Hustler
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Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  GP Premiere Info:  not available
Release Date:  1971 Production Date:  A Stanley Kramer Production
AFI-DVD*; UCLA has 16 & 35 prints
Color/B&W:  Color (Technicolor) Distributions Co:  Columbia Pictures
Sound:  Mono Production Co:  Columbia Pictures
Duration(mins):  100-101, 106 or 109 Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  not available    
Duration(reels):  not available    

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  • different endings

    voiceover 2012-02-24

    This would have made more sense (and soothed Roger Ebert) if Kramer had stuck to the original ending -- Cotton drives the jeep through the fence &... MORE>

  • Better than most newer coming of age movies!

    DannyO 2009-05-09

    This movie has remained one of my all time favorite "coming of age" movies. I rank it up there with "Teach your children well" and the... MORE>

  • A Good Coming-Of-Age Film

    peggyyax 2008-05-31

    This film was a mainstay for the nineth grade classes at my high school. Like the classes before mine, we saw this movie after reading the book for our... MORE>