Misty is the name of a 1961 film based upon Marguerite Henry's award-winning children's book Misty of Chincoteague, published in 1947. It was made with a budget of $705,000.
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... The year after the filmwas released, a winter storm, one of the worst Nor'easters to ever occur there, struck ... During the Ash Wednesday Storm of 1962, the Beebe family, the real-life owners of Misty brought her inside their home to weather the storm ... which the children named "Stormy." This prompted author Henry to write a sequel Stormy, Mistys Foal, published in 1963 ...
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“His more memorable passages are as naturally bright as gleams of sunshine in misty weather. Nature furnishes him not only with words, but with stereotyped lines and sentences from her mint.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)