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Preciding during the premiere of this film in the movie theater in the
province was the popular writer of numerous books about true and honest
country people who took up the fight to preserve ownership of the old
family farm. 'The red Horses' was the first of a successful line of
nostalgic recaptures of these run of the mill novels, and with more
than half of the nations population attending the local cinemas seeing
this film the foundation for a genre industry lasting more than two
decades was founded. Alice O'Frederics put her best effort into this,
and it also secured her career as a director henceforth. The film was
actually very good, lending its believability to the naive and
goodhearted approach to life that still lingered in the minds of people
in the early Fifties. Even then the picture painted of the rural
landscape was on its way out being replaced by more industry like and
less romantic approaches to farm production. People knew that but
craved the revival of the nostalgic old days when society worked as it
should with humanity and social togetherness opposing the evils
threatening the local community
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