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A film that qualifies as a Travelogue Documentary in that it contains footage of world-famous race tracks such as England's Ascot, Palermo in South America, and Churchill Downs, Jamaica, Aqueduct, Hollywood Park, Santa Anita, Belmont, Hialeah, Arlington and Saratoga in the United States, and since it begins in London in 1938, the Coronation of the King. Jock Wallace, an easy-going and rootless horse lover, is taken to task by Leslie Hale, who thinks he has swindled her Aunt Helen on the purchase of a horse. He finds out that she is engaged to Bill Van Dyke, a young diplomat, and follows her to London , entering the horse he acquired from Aunt Helen in the famed Ascot Gold Cup. Jock and Leslie fall in love and are married on a boat to South America. In Buenos Aires, Leslie is jealous of Kitty Brant, an old flame of Jock's. Leslie wants Jock to settle down on his Maryland farm to raise and sell race horses, but he has too much gypsy in his blood and wants to follow the race-track ... Written by
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Who used to fix your shirts before we were married?
oh lots of people, Lady upstairs, the lady downstairs, lady across the hall, always ready to lend a helping hand to a poor bachelor, Hey Monkey, come and tie my tie for me.
Can't you do anything
Nope, Not while I have you around
You know, sooner or later you're going to have to learn this for yourself
You talk too much
[tries to kiss her]
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I only discovered this movie recently and was very excited to have found also it helped it has the gorgeous Cornel Wilde in it. Being Irish i also like Maureen O'Hara our one and only Hollywood legend of the golden days of Hollywood. Apart from 'The Queit Man' which i like but as an Irish person find it a tad patronizing of the stereotypical Irish of that age in Hollywood which unfortunately still exists to this day 'Leap Year' jumps to mind. Anyway enough said on that only to say that apart from John Wayne and John Payne. Maureen O'Hara has the same chemistry with Cornel Wilde and it comes through in this movie. Everything about this film had me hooked from the story to the shots of international and famous race courses. I recommend this to anyone who loves horses and a bit of romance inbetween.
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