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In 1961, the horse diver, Sonora Webster Carver, wrote a memoir about her life entitled A Girl and Five Brave Horses. 30 years later, Disney released a film based on the memoir entitled Wild Hearts Can’t Be Broken. Fortunately, Mrs. Carver was still alive at the time to see the film (she lived a very long life dying in 2003 at the age of 99). I personally hadn’t heard of this film at all until I decided to watch it for this blog. Did it break my heart? Read on to find out!
And remember, SPOILERS AHEAD!
Well, readers, I’m back from my vacation and just wanted to let everyone know that this month is my 4-year anniversary for this blog! I honestly never thought I’d have enough support and interest to be watching and reviewing these live-action Disney films for 4 years! Thank you all for reading and I hope you’ll stick around for as many more years as it takes to complete this project!