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Superb movie which demonstrates the beauty and skill of the wonderful Lippizan horses.
I saw this movie numerous times in the 1950's and in later years on the late-night movies and on PBS a few times. I have watched for years to see if it might be released on VHS. This is a wonderful movie and one that you won't likely forget once you have seen it. If you have ever seen Lippizan horses perform you know of their beauty, power and grace. If you haven't seen them, they are a sight to behold. This movie does an incredible job of portraying that. It has a great storyline and wonderful music as well. If anyone out there has a copy of this film, I would love to know about it.
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