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  • Horse in the Gray Flannel Suit..

    I FINALLY got the movie for my birthday from hubby. (actually go a gift card)

    With the WIHS coming up I have seen the title for that movie SEVERAL times, and glad that I bought it. I need to fix my dvd, or go down to my mom's to watch it.
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    It's a fabulous movie, you'll love it if you've never seen it before!!
    Originally posted by barka.lounger
    u get big old crop and bust that nags ass the next time it even slow down.

    we see u in gp ring in no time.

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    • #3
      Agree! This is the most entertaining horse movie ever.

      Enjoy!

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        #4
        I actaully had seen it when I was much younger. I could NEVER find it on video tape anywhere. Well last year someone on here told me about it, and I bugged my mom since I am always on the lookuot for in-expenisve gifts she can get me. She had forgotten about getting it for me for Xmas.

        SO..I got it for myself.
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        • #5
          It's such a good movie! The automatic releases you see are awesome!
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          • #6
            I love the show clothes! The navy blazer with canary breeches is gorgeous.
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            • #7
              Oh Lord I watched that movie about a billion times when I was younger! have fun watching it - it's a great movie to settle in to with some popcorn and a wine cooler!
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              • #8
                I haven't seen it since I was kid..can you easily get it on DVD?
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                • #9
                  I love that movie! The canary breeches, the auto release, the little roadster pulling the horse trailer!

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                  • #10
                    ...and man! What a horse trailer!
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                    Winston Churchill

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by paulosey View Post
                      I haven't seen it since I was kid..can you easily get it on DVD?
                      Yes you can. I got it off of Amazon.com. $13.00. I love it!

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                      • #12
                        Netflix has it too, for those of you who are into that.

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                        • #13
                          The roadster doesn't pull the trailer...

                          Originally posted by MissintheSouth View Post
                          I love that movie! The canary breeches, the auto release, the little roadster pulling the horse trailer!
                          The roadster is driven by Kurt Russell and the trailer is pulled by a station wagon I believe...
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                          • #14
                            Yes, but ...

                            Originally posted by grandprixjump View Post
                            The roadster is driven by Kurt Russell and the trailer is pulled by a station wagon I believe...
                            Kurt's little roadster also pulls a trailer -- as he explains, the only way he could get the car is if he hauled his sister to shows.

                            Geez, are we dangerously deep in our obsession with this movie?

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                            • #15
                              When I was a kid I was rummaging around a book store's sale bin, always looking for a horse book of course! I came across a small book called "Year of the Horse" by Eric Hatch. Loved that little book and was so happy when it came out as a movie-"Horse in the Gray Flannel Suit"!

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                              • #16
                                One of my favorites, too. I just got to thinking about the actors when you were all talking about Kurt Russell. I was wondering what ever happened to the girl who played the daughter. Things did not turn out well for her at all.

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                                • #17
                                  Loved the movie. But watch how the grey horse "changes colors" throughout the movie!

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                                  • #18
                                    I love the costs of the horses--$2,000 for a top jumper! And I bought my DVD at Walmart on the regular shelf on sale.
                                    How awful about the girl that played the daughter.
                                    You can't fix stupid-Ron White

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                                    • #19
                                      Originally posted by Frank B View Post
                                      ...and man! What a horse trailer!
                                      you need to meet my husband! when we were shopping for a horse trailer, that trailer was all my non-horsey husband could talk about!

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                                      • #20
                                        What's not to love about the movie? It's fantastic.

                                        I will say I finally read the book recently, and didn't care for it too much. The dad seemed like a much bigger jerk in the book to me.

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