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Dog Jack

During the era of the American Civil War the 14-year-old slave Jed manages to escape the plantation he grew up on, along with his dog Jack. He travels up north with the intention of joining the Union Army, while being pursued by ruthless slave-catchers. But Jed's trials and tribulations do not end when he enlists in the army. His extraordinary journey leads to a face-to-face confrontation, on the battlefield, with his former slave master. The film is adapted from the eponymous novel written by Florence W. Biros, based on true events. A powerful story that features the act of forgiveness through the power of God.
Movie details
Drama, War
Shane Kenyon, Kenneth Craig, Jeannette Blackwell, John Corcoran, Stephen Schuch, Eddie Staver, Gregory Winston, Eddie Huchro, Frank Kasy, Benjamin Gardner, Joe Gandurski, Paul Jaquith, Jeffrey Boehm, Kevin Holmen, Louis Gossett Jr.
Edward T. McDougal
Release date
113 min
Verenigd Koninkrijk

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