The Journey of Natty Gann Trailer

The Journey of Natty Gann Trailer (1985)

25 September 1985 Adventure 101 mins

Natty Gann (played by Meredith Salenger) is a twelve year old Depression era girl whose single-parent father leaves her behind in Chicago while he goes to Washington State to look for work in the timber industry. Natty runs away from the guardian she was left with to follow Dad. She befriends and is befriended by a wolf that has been abused in dog fights, hops a freight train west, and is presumed dead when her wallet is found after the train crashes. Dad gets bitter and endangers himself in his new job. Meanwhile Natty has a series of adventures and mis- adventures in various farmhouses, police stations, hobo camps, reform schools, and boxcars.

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Cast

Meredith Salenger

as Natty Gann

John Cusack

as Harry

Jed

as Wolf

Ray Wise

as Sol Gann

Crew

Dick Bush

Dick Bush Director of Photography

International Releases Dates

United States 25 September 1985

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