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* MeaningfulName: In classical mythology, Diana was the goddess of hunting, the moon, and nature in general. Associated with woodlands, she particularly possessed the power to communicate with and command wild animals.

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* MeaningfulName: In classical mythology, Diana was is the goddess of hunting, the moon, and nature in general. Associated with woodlands, she particularly possessed the power to communicate with and command wild animals.


''The Moon Stallion'' is a {{fantasy}} television serial that was broadcast by TheBBC in 1978. Brian Hayles, its screenwriter, additionally authored its novelization. In terms of story-line, the serial features the experiences of a young blind girl in UsefulNotes/VictorianBritain as she comes across a mystical white horse. In terms of actors and actresses, it stars Creator/CarolineGoodall, Creator/DavidHaig, and Creator/SarahSutton.

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''The Moon Stallion'' is a {{fantasy}} television serial that was broadcast by TheBBC [[Creator/TheBBC the BBC]] in 1978. Brian Hayles, its screenwriter, additionally authored its novelization. In terms of story-line, the serial features the experiences of a young blind girl in UsefulNotes/VictorianBritain as she comes across a mystical white horse. In terms of actors and actresses, it stars Creator/CarolineGoodall, Creator/DavidHaig, and Creator/SarahSutton.


''The Moon Stallion'' is a {{fantasy}} television serial that was broadcast by the BBC in 1978. Brian Hayles, its screenwriter, additionally authored its novelization. In terms of story-line, the serial features the experiences of a young blind girl in UsefulNotes/VictorianBritain as she comes across a mystical white horse. In terms of actors and actresses, it stars Creator/CarolineGoodall, Creator/DavidHaig, and Creator/SarahSutton.

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''The Moon Stallion'' is a {{fantasy}} television serial that was broadcast by the BBC TheBBC in 1978. Brian Hayles, its screenwriter, additionally authored its novelization. In terms of story-line, the serial features the experiences of a young blind girl in UsefulNotes/VictorianBritain as she comes across a mystical white horse. In terms of actors and actresses, it stars Creator/CarolineGoodall, Creator/DavidHaig, and Creator/SarahSutton.


'''The Moon Stallion''' is a {{fantasy}} television serial that was broadcast by the BBC in 1978. Brian Hayles, its screenwriter, additionally authored its novelization. In terms of story-line, the serial features the experiences of a young blind girl in UsefulNotes/VictorianBritain as she comes across a mystical white horse. In terms of actors and actresses, it stars Creator/CarolineGoodall, Creator/DavidHaig, and Creator/SarahSutton.

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'''The ''The Moon Stallion''' Stallion'' is a {{fantasy}} television serial that was broadcast by the BBC in 1978. Brian Hayles, its screenwriter, additionally authored its novelization. In terms of story-line, the serial features the experiences of a young blind girl in UsefulNotes/VictorianBritain as she comes across a mystical white horse. In terms of actors and actresses, it stars Creator/CarolineGoodall, Creator/DavidHaig, and Creator/SarahSutton.


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'''The Moon Stallion''' is a fantasy television serial that was broadcast by the BBC in 1978. Brian Hayles, its screenwriter, additionally authored its novelization. In terms of story-line, the serial features the experiences of a young blind girl in UsefulNotes/VictorianBritain as she comes across a mystical white horse. In terms of actors and actresses, it stars Creator/CarolineGoodall, Creator/DavidHaig, and Creator/SarahSutton.

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'''The Moon Stallion''' is a fantasy {{fantasy}} television serial that was broadcast by the BBC in 1978. Brian Hayles, its screenwriter, additionally authored its novelization. In terms of story-line, the serial features the experiences of a young blind girl in UsefulNotes/VictorianBritain as she comes across a mystical white horse. In terms of actors and actresses, it stars Creator/CarolineGoodall, Creator/DavidHaig, and Creator/SarahSutton.



* BlackAndWhiteMorality: The tag-line explicitly describes it as being that sort of fantasy story.

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* BlackAndWhiteMorality: The tag-line tagline explicitly describes it as being that sort of fantasy story.



* MeaningfulName: In classical Roman mythology, Diana was the goddess of hunting, the moon, and nature in general. Associated with woodlands, she particularly possessed the power to communicate with and command wild animals.

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* MeaningfulName: In classical Roman mythology, Diana was the goddess of hunting, the moon, and nature in general. Associated with woodlands, she particularly possessed the power to communicate with and command wild animals.


"The struggle between good and evil, represented by a blind girl and a stallion warlock."
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'''The Moon Stallion''' is a fantasy television serial that was broadcast by the BBC in 1978. Brian Hayles, its screenwriter, additionally authored its novelization. In terms of story-line, the serial features the experiences of a young blind girl in [[UsefulNotes/VictorianEra Victorian Britain]] as she comes across a mystical white horse. In terms of actors and actresses, it stars Creator/CarolineGoodall, Creator/DavidHaig, and Creator/SarahSutton.

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'''The Moon Stallion''' is a fantasy television serial that was broadcast by the BBC in 1978. Brian Hayles, its screenwriter, additionally authored its novelization. In terms of story-line, the serial features the experiences of a young blind girl in [[UsefulNotes/VictorianEra Victorian Britain]] UsefulNotes/VictorianBritain as she comes across a mystical white horse. In terms of actors and actresses, it stars Creator/CarolineGoodall, Creator/DavidHaig, and Creator/SarahSutton.



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* BlackAndWhiteMorality: The tag-line explicitly describes it as being that sort of fantasy story.



* MeaningfulName: In classical Roman mythology, Diana was the goddess of hunting, the moon, and nature in general. Associated with woodlands, she particularly posessed the power to communicate with and command wild animals.

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* MeaningfulName: In classical Roman mythology, Diana was the goddess of hunting, the moon, and nature in general. Associated with woodlands, she particularly posessed possessed the power to communicate with and command wild animals.animals.
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* DisabilitySuperpower: The young girl, named Diana, has a blindness that's apparently related with a mystical 'sight' ability to sense certain things.

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* DisabilitySuperpower: The young girl, named Diana, has a blindness that's apparently related with a mystical 'sight' ability to sense certain things.things.
* MeaningfulName: In classical Roman mythology, Diana was the goddess of hunting, the moon, and nature in general. Associated with woodlands, she particularly posessed the power to communicate with and command wild animals.

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"The struggle between good and evil, represented by a blind girl and a stallion warlock."
- Official tagline

'''The Moon Stallion''' is a fantasy television serial that was broadcast by the BBC in 1978. Brian Hayles, its screenwriter, additionally authored its novelization. In terms of story-line, the serial features the experiences of a young blind girl in [[UsefulNotes/VictorianEra Victorian Britain]] as she comes across a mystical white horse. In terms of actors and actresses, it stars Creator/CarolineGoodall, Creator/DavidHaig, and Creator/SarahSutton.

The serial provides examples of:
*DisabilitySuperpower: The young girl, named Diana, has a blindness that's apparently related with a mystical 'sight' ability to sense certain things.

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