The Man from Snowy River

The Man from Snowy River

  • Director: George Miller
  • Writer: A.B. 'Banjo' Paterson,John Dixon,Cul Cullen
  • Countries of origin: Australia
  • Language: English
  • Release date: November 5, 1982
  • Runtime: 1 hour 42 minutes
  • Sound mix: Dolby
  • Aspect ratio: 2.35 : 1
  • Also known as: Snowy River
  • The Man from Snowy River is an adventure film directed by George Miller and starring Kirk Douglas and Tom Burlingson.
    The film tells the story of a man from Xuehe who became a true hero in people's minds.


    • Release date November 5, 1982
    • Filming locations Mansfield, Victoria, Australia
    • Production companies Cambridge Productions, Michael Edgley International, Snowy River Investment Pty. Ltd.

    Box office


    $3,500,000 (estimated)

    Gross US & Canada


    Opening weekend US & Canada


    Gross worldwide


    Movie reviews

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    • By Kayla 2022-10-24 23:26:05

      "The Man from the Snow River" movie script

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      Snow Burrows fell in love with the mountains and grazing grasslands of southeastern Australia, where the climate is changing rapidly, and the horse herders are hard-working and brave. They felt that only the famous poem "The Man from the Snowy River" by Patterson, the great Australian folk songwriter and founder of the Australian Jungle Legend, could express their feelings, so they came up with this poem as the end of the film to conceive the previous story. The idea...

    • By Hugh 2022-10-24 18:21:57

      A Review of < The Man from Snowy River >

      The film recreates the life of Australia's pioneers, as well as the natural beauty of the Australian alpine jungle and the hero of the herdsmen. There is no doubt that this movie has its drawbacks as well as merits.
             There is one more point, one of my most memorable moments is when the leading riders looked in awe at the herds of wild horses descending the steep slopes. Any slip meant death, and everyone understood that. Clearly, the wild horse won again. Jim was the last to...

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    • By Robb 2022-10-27 07:28:22

      The heroine is very thunderous... The film chosen by...

    • By Rey 2022-10-24 23:38:10

      The scenery is very good, the natural scenery of the Australian alpine jungle, the galloping wild horses, the courage and courage of the Wranglers, it is worth...

    • By Dwight 2022-10-24 20:30:55

      [NORMTEAM subtitle group] [Mandarin] The person from...

    • By Glenna 2022-10-24 19:12:33

      Fast forward to see it, it's boring, I don't know what the theme is, isn't it pitiful for the Mustang... Two stars for the beautiful...

    • By Green 2022-10-24 17:17:41

      TUC105FL, anti-wolf girlfriend Jessica, put it at home and rest assured, when the eyes meet, the audience is inevitably a little...

    Movie plot

    In Australia at the end of the 19th century, in a mountainous area far from town, young Jim and his father lived by raising horses. Like other boys, Jim loved horses from a young age and fantasized about being a hero on a steed. At that time, a group of purebred wild horses often haunted the woods near Jim's house. Many horse lovers tried to bring them back to domestication, but all failed. One day, the wild horses attacked the forest...
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    Movie quotes

    • Moss: [rising in bed with his shotgun as Curly advances on Jim with a broken bottle] Curly - lose the bottle!

      Moss: [cocks the shotgun as Curly stops and stares] I did it before... and so help me, I'll do it again.

      [Curly drops the bottle]

    • Jim Craig: I'm not hiding beneath the skirts of a bunch of women.

    • Jessica Harrison: [viewing from horseback, after Jim saves Jessica and they kiss, a change coming in the Aussie mountain weather] It changes so suddenly. One moment it's like paradise, the next it's trying to kill you.

      Jim Craig: Yep, that's how it can be up here. But, uh, if it was easy to get to know it, there'd be no challenge. You've got to treat the mountains like a high-spirited horse; never take them for granted.

      Jessica Harrison: It's the same with people, too.