Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron  



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As a wild stallion travels across the frontiers of the Old West, he befriends a young human and finds true love with a mare.

Directors: Kelly Asbury, Lorna Cook.
Writer: John Fusco

Release Date: 2002-05-24
Status: Released
Run time: 83 min / 1:23
Budget: $80,000,000
Revenue: $122,563,539
Production Companies : DreamWorks Animation, DreamWorks
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 2002-05-24
Status: Released
Run time: 83 min / 1:23
Budget: $80,000,000
Revenue: $122,563,539

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Casts

Matt Damon
as Spirit (voice)
James Cromwell
as The Colonel (voice)
Daniel Studi
as Little Creek (voice)
Chopper Bernet
as Sgt. Adams (voice)
Jeff LeBeau
as Murphy / Railroad Foreman (voice)
John Rubano
as Soldier (voice)
Richard McGonagle
as Bill (voice)
Matt Levin
as Joe (voice)
Adam Paul
as Pete (voice)
Robert Cait
as Jake (voice)
Charles Napier
as Roy (voice)
Meredith Wells
as Little Indian Girl (voice)
Zahn McClarnon
as Little Crrek's Friend (voice)
Michael Horse
as Little Creek's Friend (voice)
Donald Fullilove
as Train Pull Foreman (voice)

Crew

Directing Kelly Asbury Director
Directing Lorna Cook Director
Writing John Fusco Screenplay
Production Max Howard Executive Producer
Production Jeffrey Katzenberg Producer
Production Mireille Soria Producer
Sound Hans Zimmer Original Music Composer
Editing Clare De Chenu Editor
Sound Bryan Adams Songs
Visual Effects Padraig Collins Animation
Visual Effects James Baxter Animation Supervisor
Art Luc Desmarchelier Art Direction
Directing Mick De Falco Layout
Visual Effects Robin Badr Animation
Visual Effects Jean Kalile Animation
Visual Effects Manny DeGuzman Animation
Visual Effects Simon Otto Animation
Visual Effects Jean-Francois Rey Animation
Directing Harald Kraut Layout
Directing Michael Isaak Layout
Directing Seth Engstrom Layout
Visual Effects Dave Kupczyk Animation
Visual Effects Owen Klatte Animation
Visual Effects Gabriele Zucchelli Animation Supervisor
Visual Effects Fabrice Joubert Animation

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  • Featuring songs by rock singer Bryan Adams, Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron departs from other examples of its genre in that the horse protagonists do not speak or sing; only Spirit's voice is heard as voice-over narration.

  • Many kids will like this mustang tale. Read Common Sense Media's Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron review, age rating, and parents guide.

  • Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron is an overall wonderful movie. The blending of animation types is unique, the storyline is amazing, and the music is wonderful. The drawn animation is a special thing about many animations.

  • The animals do not speak in "Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron," and I think that's important to the film's success. It elevates the story from a children's fantasy to one wider audiences can enjoy, because although the stallion's adventures are admittedly pumped-up melodrama, the hero is nevertheless a horse and not a human with four legs.

  • You play as Spirit, and you have to constantly stop the necessary tasks to rescue the other members of the herd to go and tend to Rain. It was really a huge disappointment. Loading time stinks, too.

  • Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron movie reviews & Metacritic score: The animated adventures of a wild and rambunctious mustang stallion as he journeys through...

  • Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron Blu-ray Review. DreamWorks Animation’s Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron was one of the last traditional 2D animated features to come from a major studio. It is also one of the most beautiful and entertaining to come from the studio, despite its disappointing performance at the box office ($73 million domestic gross vs. $80 million budget).