In "Dolphin Tale," Winter swims with some human friends who share similar challenges. We spoke to several of them to find out more about their stories. In "Dolphin Tale," Winter swims with some human friends who share similar challenges. We spoke to several of them to find out more about their stories.
"Dolphin Tale" has splashed into theaters -- and into hearts.
An entirely new species of dolphin has been discovered in the shadows of Australian skyscrapers, scientists say.
Holoholo In spite of favorable critical reviews and audience feedback Dolphin Tale opened with a modest $20.3 according to International Business Times edged out by Moneyball , a baseball drama starring Brad Pitt, but both new releases were bested by the second week run of the re-release of The Lion King in 3-D which hauled in $22.1 million bringing its tally to $61.7 Million. read more
By James Kirley Scripps Howard News Service In 2005, scientists from Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute in Fort Pierce and other Florida marine-research facilities raced against time and long odds to save the life of an injured baby dolphin stranded and dying on a sandbar. They couldn't have known at the time that they were creating a movie star. The marine mammal plays alongside Morgan ...
The injured dolphin washed up on the Florida shoreline in 2005, barely alive and given slim chances of surviving.
A little but remarkable piece of Hollywood graced Valdosta with its presence Monday at Hanger Prosthetics and Orthotics on North Ashley Street: the actual prosthetic tail of Winter the dolphin from the movie ?Dolphin Tale? was brought by co-inventor Kevin Carroll.
By Steve Persall, Times Movie Critic Monday, September 26, 2011 This weekend, moviegoers across the country learned about Winter and her Dolphin Tale, already familiar around Tampa Bay. On Monday, local residents began learning about the movie's economic impact on Florida and Pinellas County, where it was principally filmed, through data released by the state's Office of Film & Entertainment ...
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