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Horse Movies Fri May 1 Turner Classic Movies (TCM)

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  • Horse Movies Fri May 1 Turner Classic Movies (TCM)

    Turner classic movies is showing Horse Racing Movies on Friday May 1 starting at 6:00AM (EST)

    Here's a listing:

    6:00AM(EST) Sporting Blood (1931)
    A horse passes through a series of owners on the road to the Kentucky Derby.
    Cast: Clark Gable, Ernest Torrence, Madge Evans

    7:30AM Racing Lady (1937)
    A millionaire hires a lady trainer for his stables.
    Cast: Ann Dvorak, Smith Ballew, Harry Carey, Berton Churchill

    8:30AM Short Film: One Reel Wonders: Races To Remember (1956)
    An RKO horse racing short showing highlights of some of the previous ten years' best thoroughbred horse races.
    Cast: Harry Wismer BW-8 mins

    8:45AM Thoroughbreds Don't Cry (1937)
    A young jockey goes crooked to land a valuable riding job.
    Cast: Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney, Ronald Sinclair, C. Aubrey Smith

    10:15AM Pride Of The Bluegrass (1939)
    A jockey trains a blind horse for the Grand National.
    Cast: Edith Fellows, James McCallion, Gantry The Blind Horse, Granville Bates

    11:30AM Harrigan's Kid (1943)
    A disgraced jockey teaches a boy to ride and cheat.
    Cast: Bobby Readick, Frank Craven, William Gargan, J. Carrol Naish

    1:00PM Story Of Seabiscuit, The (1949)
    Fictionalized account of the legendary racehorse's training and triumphs.
    Cast: Shirley Temple, Barry Fitzgerald, Lon McCallister, Rosemary De Camp

    2:45PM Girl In Every Port, A (1952)
    Two sailors invest in a racehorse.
    Cast: Groucho Marx, Marie Wilson, William Bendix, Don DeFore

    4:19PM Short Film: One Reel Wonders: So You Want To Play The Horses (1946)
    BW-11 mins

    4:30PM Fast Company (1953)
    The heiress to a racing stable uncovers underhanded dealings.
    Cast: Howard Keel, Polly Bergen, Marjorie Main, Nina Foch

    5:39PM Short Film: One Reel Wonders: Day At Santa Anita, A (1937)
    A top thoroughbred race horse, Wonder Boy, responds well only to a child. After the girl's father is killed in an accident, she inherits Wonder Boy and becomes his owner, but child authorities threaten to take custody. A familiar story that still holds its sentimental value.
    Cast: Marcia Ralston, Sybil Jason

    6:00PM Glory (1956)
    A young woman's devotion to her racehorse creates romantic problems.
    Cast: Margaret O'Brien, Walter Brennan, Charlotte Greenwood, John Lupton

    7:41PM Short Film: One Reel Wonders: Stars On Horseback (1943)
    Master blacksmith, Georg Garfield, makes house calls to Hollywood stars' homes to pamper their horse's hooves.
    Cast: Bette Davis, Priscilla Lane, George Garfield, George Tobias Dir: Myron J. Swartz BW-7 mins

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    • #3
      What???!!!! No "Day at the Races"??? How can you do a racing day without the Marx Brothers??

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      • #4
        Originally posted by kewpalace View Post
        What???!!!! No "Day at the Races"??? How can you do a racing day without the Marx Brothers??
        Really! TCM is falling down on the job!
        I realize that I'm generalizing here, but as is often the case when I generalize, I don't care. ~ Dave Barry

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        • #5
          Originally posted by kewpalace View Post
          What???!!!! No "Day at the Races"??? How can you do a racing day without the Marx Brothers??
          DITTO!

          How about Phar Lap too?
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          • #6
            Thanks! Have every one of them to record!
            -Lindsey

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            • #7
              if someone could record them and copy them to tape or dvd, I would be eternally grateful if I could borrow them.

              and pay for the shipping and costs of course.

              I don't get TCM. I just get a lot of channels I don't want.
              A man must love a thing very much if he not only practices it without any hope of fame or money, but even practices it without any hope of doing it well.--G. K. Chesterton

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              • #8
                That last One Reel Wonders, Stars on Horseback is a sham. It mostly shows film clips of stars on horses, not stars that own horses, like James Cagney. I was a bit disappointed.

                My favorite vintage classic "horse" film is Lonely Are The Brave with Kirk Douglas. He plays a cowboy in the 50's seeing his countryside & lifestyle encroached upon by development.
                His horse is a gorgeous flaxen maned Andalusian/Paso Fino (forgive me, I mean more "type" than breed here) who almost steals the show in any scene with Kirk.
                The horse's screen name is "Whiskey".

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Windyfoot View Post
                  1:00PM Story Of Seabiscuit, The (1949)
                  Fictionalized account of the legendary racehorse's training and triumphs.
                  Cast: Shirley Temple, Barry Fitzgerald, Lon McCallister, Rosemary De Camp
                  Windyfoot thanks for posting this list.

                  Alas one of the worst racing films has to be the above flix with Shirley Temple and how the true story of Seabiscuit is reworked. If you've read the Hillenbrand book and/or seen the 2003 version with Jeff Bridges and Tobey Maguire you'd be in for shock. The actual footage used is the only upside

                  I wish that they included from 1951 "Boots Malone" with Bill Holden (as jockey agent Boots Malone) which is, in my view, one of the best done "racing" movies. The black and white film aired on Turner before was rarely seen due to Hollywood blacklisting of writer Milton Holmes who sued for Columbia Pictures for $1 million for "for not publicizing and distributing the film according to the contract."

                  Maybe someday they'll air, for fun, Richard Dryfuss in (1989) "Let It Ride"

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Glimmerglass View Post
                    I wish that they included from 1951 "Boots Malone" with Bill Holden (as jockey agent Boots Malone) which is, in my view, one of the best done "racing" movies.
                    Maybe someday they'll air, for fun, Richard Dryfuss in (1989) "Let It Ride"
                    Yeah, I loved Boots Malone, although I could enjoy watching Bill Holden snoring in a chair.
                    It was a fun day of silly horse racing films, one of the best was a horse that would only win if he heard this particular little girl's voice. Shots of her screaming from a convertible as it drove alongside the track during the big race was priceless fun!

                    Never heard of Let It Ride, but the idea of roly poly NYC Jew Dreyfuss on a horse is hilarious. Especially if it's a show horse or bronco.

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                    • #11
                      One of my patients at the SNF was watching "Story of Seabiscuit" yesterday when I picked her up for therapy. I hated asking her to turn off the TV! I will be bludgeoned with a remote control someday, I know it.

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                      • #12
                        They should have played National Velvet (or International Velvet even though it isn't a racing film) I miss watching those movies - I used to watch them every weekend

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                        • #13
                          BUMMER I missed it!
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