The Journey of Natty Gann

Movie • 1985 • Adventure  

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America is in the depths of the Great Depression. Families drift apart when faraway jobs beckon. In this masterful, atmospheric adventure, a courageous young girl (Meredith Salenger) confronts overwhelming odds when she embarks on a cross-country search for her father. During her extraordinary odyssey, she forms a close bond with two diverse traveling companions: a magnificent, protective wolf, and a hardened drifter (John Cusack). A brilliant, moving tapestry, woven of courage and perseverance.
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Does the dog die?
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GordonCalhoun
A dog dies in a dog fight scene.
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pizzapi
male driver picks up hitchhiking protagonist, attempts assault, but the wolf attacks the man and saves the girl
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Does a cat die?
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Does a pet die?
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Were animals harmed in the making?
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Is there pedophilia?
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Is a minor sexualized?
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Is there eye mutilation?
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Does someone vomit?
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Is there excessive gore?
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Is a child abused?
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several non-parent adults hit or a rough with the protagonist, the landlady is also verbally abusive
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Does an animal die?
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From 26:27 to 28:42 there is a dogfight
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Are animals abused?
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GordonCalhoun
There is a dog fight scene about 30 minutes into the movie. One dog does die.
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pizzapi
about 38 mins into the movie, there is a rabbit that the wolfdog had killed. the protagonist is shown cutting it and then roasting it on a spit.
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