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Return to Snowy River

Return to Snowy River ★★★1988 (PG)

Continues the love story of the former ranch hand and the rancher's daughter in Australia's Victoria Alps that began in “The Man From Snowy River.” Dennehy takes over from Kirk Douglas as the father who aims to keep the lovers apart. The photography of horses and the scenery is spectacular, making the whole film worthwhile. 99m/C VHS, DVD . AU Tom Burlinson, Sigrid Thornton, Brian Dennehy, Nicholas Eadie, Mark Hembrow, Bryan Marshall; D: Geoff Burrowes; W: Geoff Burrowes.

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