“Dad, Get Your Horse” – Ron Howard On Directing His Father In The Film, ‘Far and Away’

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert published this video item, entitled “”Dad, Get Your Horse” – Ron Howard On Directing His Father In The Film, ‘Far and Away'” – below is their description.

Ron Howard shares a charming story about directing his father in one of the most iconic scenes of his career, the horse race in the film, ‘Far and Away,’ starring Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman. Check out Ron’s latest film, ‘Thirteen Lives,’ in theaters now and streaming on Prime Video this Friday! #Colbert #ThirteenLives #RonHoward

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