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Zeb vs. Paprika (1924)

 -  Short | Comedy  -  16 March 1924 (USA)
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Dippy Donawho
James Finlayson ...
His trainer Major Glanders Botts
Ena Gregory
George Rowe ...
Rival jockey
Eddie Baker ...
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Jack Ackroyd
Mildred Booth
Sammy Brooks
Billy Engle
Al Forbes
Dick Gilbert
William Gillespie
Helen Gilmore
Charlie Hall
Fred Karno Jr.
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seabiscuit
12 May 2004 | by See all my reviews

Very good short. stylish. it's the story of a challenge, a big named horse (Zed) versus an understimate european one (Paprika). the first part is about the training! the owner of Paprika (Jimmy Fin of course!) force his -too tall- jockey to recover his good form. naturally the jockey is a wild Stan with an enormous hat who is dragged all around like an horse. It's good to see how fun is the way he dress up to disguise his personal trainers and finally eat something. the second part is all about the race: the little Paprika against the bigger Zeb with George Rowe stick on. It's an hard fight with a good final and if the second part reminds me of the true story of Seabiscuit in some way, the final is adaptable to a Disney comic with Uncle Scrooge chasing the poor Donald Duck!


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