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|In 1965, a team of talented Hollywood filmmakers set out to Arizona, including director Norman Foster, star Joseph Cotten and producer Stephen Booth. The film company faced desert heat, cliffhanger trails, raging rivers, and dozens of other severe obstacles to film this loving tale of a free-spirited burro, a boy and a mountain lion hunter. Brighty runs free, until he finds a friend in Old Timer, a gold prospector. Just when their search for riches pays off, an escaping horse thief ambushes the old man and attempts to use Brighty to find a way out of the wilderness canyon with the gold. Wise little Brighty manages to escape his captor, and to reach Old Timer's friends, Uncle Jim Owen and his 10-year-old nephew, Homer. Together, the intrepid trio of man, boy and burro set out on a thrilling and dangerous wilderness journey, to bring the wicked horse thief to justice. 121 minutes.|
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