My Brother Talks to Horses - (NTSC) DVD

My Brother Talks to Horses - (NTSC) DVD


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ISBN: DVMBTTHFormat: NTSC (DVD) BLACK & WHITERated: GStarring: Peter Lawford, Jackie 'Butch' Jenkins, Beverly TylerRunning Time: 92 minsCountry of Origin: USADirector: Fred ZinnemanYear Published: 1947DVD Region: Region 1 (USA)Age Group: Family
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Here is a classic movie that has recently been re-mastered and brought back into print. It's one I had never seen, or even heard of, so I was really looking forward to seeing it. Gladly, I was not disappointed.

The star of the movie is the gorgous little boy who almost stole the show when he played the role of Velvet Brown's little brother Donald, in National Velvet. He was to-die-for cute in National Velvet and just as good in this one. It was also directed by the great Fred Zimmerman, who directed such movie greats as High Noon, From Here to Eternity, Oklahoma and many more.

Although it's a formula movie for the era, it's still great entertainment and one I can highly recommend for collectors. It's been really we restored too. Perhaps that reflects a little in the price, but well worth the money to have a good, clear print on a black and white, golden oldie.

Jody xxx

Product Overview

Baltimore gamblers hear of a 9-year-old boy who has a way with racehorses.

Living with his family in Baltimore, 9-year-old Lewie Penrose (Jackie 'Butch' Jenkins) claims that he can converse with horses-and also pick the winners of upcoming races. When it appears as though Lewie is telling the truth, he attracts the interest of gambler Rich Roeder (Charles Ruggles), who needs a "sure thing" in the upcoming Preakness Stakes.

Meanwhile, Lewie's older brother John (Peter Lawford) carries on a romance with the lovely Martha (Beverly Tyler).[1]

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