Misty (1961) 1080p YIFY Movie

Misty (1961) 1080p

Every year the Chincoteague fire department rounds up the wild ponies of Assateague Island, and then auctions off the colts and yearlings to thin out the herd. A young brother and sister, Paul and Maureen Beebe, have set their hearts on owning one particular wild three-year-old pony, The Phantom. Only they have to earn the money, the Phantom has to be captured in the roundup (which she never has), and then they have to outbid everyone else for her in the auction. And even the Phantom herself has a surprise for Paul and Maureen: a foal named Misty. —Kathy Li

IMDB: 6.50 Likes

  • Genre: Drama | Family
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.54G
  • Resolution: 1424*1072 / 24 fpsfps
  • Language: English 2.0  
  • Run Time: 91
  • IMDB Rating: 6.5/10 
  • MPR:
  • Peers/Seeds: 6 / 9

The Synopsis for Misty (1961) 1080p

Every year the Chincoteague fire department rounds up the wild ponies of Assateague Island, and then auctions off the colts and yearlings to thin out the herd. A young brother and sister, Paul and Maureen Beebe, have set their hearts on owning one particular wild three-year-old pony, The Phantom. Only they have to earn the money, the Phantom has to be captured in the roundup (which she never has), and then they have to outbid everyone else for her in the auction. And even the Phantom herself has a surprise for Paul and Maureen: a foal named Misty. —Kathy Li


The Director and Players for Misty (1961) 1080p

[Director]James B. Clark
[Role:]David Ladd
[Role:]Arthur O'Connell
[Role:]Pam Smith


The Reviews for Misty (1961) 1080p


A time capsule and loving homageReviewed bysithichVote: 8/10

As a Marylander, this film is clearly a loving homage to the islands of Chincoteague and Assateague. A darling film, with a cast containing many locals, and actual Beebe family members (and their accents), this film has heart. Had to be a labor of love, or they would have brought in professional actors for it all, and left the look and feel of the locals on the cutting room floor. Instead we get a time capsule of a Mayberry style life, that was unique to the nation. You can still go to the pony crossing, and you can still buy ponies, but after some folk thought they could put the foals in their car trunks for the ride home, things changed, and they cost a lot more than they did then.

My 9-year-old daughter is sitting next to me, here in 2012, transfixed by this 1961 film. A must see.

Very SweetReviewed bylaurabethaVote: 8/10

This is very sweet film! As a child I fell in love the novel about "Misty". I was fortunate to traveling to Virginia and witness the Pony Penning event. The horses were awesome and the film was actually shot on location and seemed very authentic! I viewed the film while on vacation and happened to run across it last night on television. I think I liked it even better this time around!

It has its charm, but it looks like the budget was about $49.95Reviewed byMartinHaferVote: 3/10

When I was a kid, my family went on vacation year after year to Chincoteague Island (off the Virginia Coast). It was a nice quiet place with sort of a Mayberry charm, though, like most places, it's not exactly the same any more. One of the old memories I have of the island was their adoration of the book and movie about Misty. Everywhere you went, shops sold the books as well as horse souvenirs. And, oddly, the local movie theater was STILL showing the movie MISTY--years after it first debuted. Up through the 1970s, they STILL were showing the film (in addition to other films, thank goodness). The reason? Well, the original title of the book was "Misty of Chincoteague" and was about one of the many wild ponies roaming this and nearby Assateague Island. And wow did everyone seem to love it, though not being an especially great horse lover, I didn't see what all the fuss was about and never saw the film when I visited the island.

Years later, I decided to finally give the film a look--after all, maybe I was missing something. After seeing it, I really don't think I was missing anything. If you adore horses, then you'll no doubt be able to look past the pathetic acting and bare-bones budget. If you aren't a fan of horse films, then the films many, many short-comings will seem even more apparent. The bottom line is that I felt the film was incredibly dull and the print looked as if it was filmed with a Super 8mm camera. The only things that interested me were scenes of the island before it became a tourist mecca--THAT was interesting.

So if you see the movie, you'll need to ask yourself, "am I a rabid fan of the books or of ponies?". If so, then by all means see this film. Otherwise, don't say I didn't warn you--it's really bad.

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