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"Butch" Jenkins (as Lewie Penrose) is a boy who can communicate with horses. He lives with his brother Peter Lawford (as John) and a group of eccentrics. A trip to the racetrack results in the inevitable: Young Mr. Jenkins talks to the races horses, and accurately picks winners; of course, this attracts the unsavory...
The focus, and pace, of "My Brother Talks to Horses" is very weak. By far, the most appealing characters are the ones played by Jenkins and Ernest Whitman (as Mordecai). However appealing the other elements are (and, stuff like the edible beer bottle is appealing), they distract from, rather than compliment, the film. During the film's downtime, you have to wonder what Rod Serling or Alfred Hitchcock could have done with Jenkins and his horse sense.
*** My Brother Talks to Horses (2/4/47) Fred Zinnemann ~ Jackie 'Butch' Jenkins, Peter Lawford, Ernest Whitman
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