The Littlest Horse Thieves Trailer

The Littlest Horse Thieves Trailer (1977)

11 March 1977 Drama, Family 104 mins

When the owner of a Yorkshire coal-mine decides to mechanize to increase profits, the mine's pit ponies are scheduled to be destroyed. So, three children plan to steal them to keep them safe. But when they're caught, it's up to the mine owners and the miners themselves to decide what's right

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Cast

Alastair Sim

as Lord Harrogate

Peter Barkworth

as Richard Sandman

Maurice Colbourne

as Luke Armstrong

Susan Tebbs

as Violet Armstrong

Andrew Harrison

as Dave Sadler

Chloe Franks

as Alice Sandman

Benjie Bolgar

as Tommy Sadler

Prunella Scales

as Mrs. Sandman

Leslie Sands

as Foreman Sam Carter

International Titles

Escape From the Dark Trailer

International Releases Dates

United States 11 March 1977

Production Companies

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