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All Creatures Great And Small (1975)
Starring: Lisa Harrow, Anthony Hopkins, Simon Ward, Brian Stirner
Director: Claude Whatham
Category: Drama, Foreign
Studio: Anchor Bay
91 mins



In this acclaimed adaptation of James Herriot's best-selling memoir, Simon Ward stars as the young veterinarian whose courage, warmth and humor have captured the hearts of readers all over the world.

The year is 1937...Herriot arrives in a rural English village to work as an assistant to the eccentric local vet Siegried Farnon (Anthony Hopkins).But then he's faced with the skepticism of the local farmers, the young doctor must prove himself with the close-knit community while learning about compassion, mercy, friendship and love.

Filmed on location in the stunning Yorkshire countryside, where James Herriot actually lived and worked, this classic tale continues to inspire animal lovers of all ages while launching the heartwarming true adventures of one of the most beloved storytellers of our time.