- Directed by Patrick Garland
- Starring Richard Harris, Jenny Agutter, Graham Crowden, Freda Bamford
- Written by Paul Gallico, Paul Gallico
The Snow Goose (1971) -- Extremely rare and very hard to find. Never released on Video or DVD due to Mr. Gallico (The Writer) specifiying in his Will that it was not to be made commercially available. The Quality on this Disc is not all that great but it is still very watchable and the only version I can currently find. If you have a better one, please get in touch.
A simple, beautifully-filmed story about a reclusive, hunchbacked lighthouse keeper (Richard Harris) and an orphaned girl (Jenny Agutter, whose beauty shines through her masculine clothing) brought together by an injured snow goose. The story is played out against the backdrop of early Second World War England, but the primary story is about these two outcasts and how their friendship, and their care for the goose, allows them to overcome the pain the rest of the world has inflicted on them. Tragic, unforgettable, yet never mawkish, and never a false note.
The Snow Goose DVD is offered as a compact edition. This transfer is manufactured on demand and is presented on premium DVD-R with thermal disc print in a clear plastic wallet. Important: This title has been manufactured from the best-quality video master (rated 6/10) currently available and has not been remastered or restored.