Jane's grandfather must sell his trotting horse farm. She falls for the business-minded young man who buys it and hopes to teach him the pleasures of trotting.

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Dean MacArdle
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Cornelia Hunt
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Morthy Witherspoon
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Jane's grandfather must sell his trotting horse farm. She falls for the business-minded young man who buys it and hopes to teach him the pleasures of trotting.

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14 February 1941 (USA)  »

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Cascos de oro  »

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A nitrate print of this film survives in the UCLA Film and Television Archives, and is not listed for preservation. See more »

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Consider Yourself in Love
Written by Walter Bullock and Harold Spina
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The corn is golden too.
9 December 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The 14 year old Jane Withers looked like a young lady even in her early teens, appearing taller than she probably was and was certainly adapting to changes more than Shirley Temple who continued the same acting styles as she reached her teens. In this rural comedy drama christened as one of many "Styx pic's", Jane is a vivacious country lass whose first love seems to be the horses she looks over. Worried about the titled horse, Withers buys him from its owner, Buddy Rogers, and strives to get her grandfather George Irving to ride him in a buggy race. But a promise that Irving made his late wife threatens to previous Golden Hoofs from riding in the race.

A sweet subplot has Withers' young black friend being injured the day of the race and is one of those rare moments where a black character had a moment like that. Real life siblings of recent Oscar winner Hattie McDaniel (Sam and Etta) appear as his kinfolk. Withers gets one song to sing and a surprise twist makes for a touching finale. Withers is less "Little Miss Fix-It" this time around, yet her sunshine personality brings about joy foe everyone surrounding her.


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