Clarabel lives on a Kentucky horse farm and has a special love for the filly Glory. With the help of Chad, Clarabel can prevent Glory's sale and keep her to train her and eventually enter her for the Kentucky Derby.

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Clarabel Tilbee
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Ned Otis
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Miz Agnes Tilbee
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Chad Chadburn
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Hoppy Hollis
Lisa Davis ...
Candy Trent
Gus Schilling ...
Joe Page
Hugh Sanders ...
Sobbing Sam Cooney
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Doc Brock
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Beed Wickwire
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Vasily
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Squeaky Bob
Theron Jackson ...
Alexander
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Clarabel lives on a Kentucky horse farm and has a special love for the filly Glory. With the help of Chad, Clarabel can prevent Glory's sale and keep her to train her and eventually enter her for the Kentucky Derby.

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She's a Treat for Every Heartbeat! See more »

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11 January 1956 (USA)  »

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Sangue Selvagem  »

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In 1957, Walter Brennan and Madge Blake would be reunited on the television series The Real McCoys. See more »

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Kentucky Means Paradise
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Music by M.K. Jerome
Lyrics by Ted Koehler
Sung by Byron Palmer and Margaret O'Brien (dubbed by Norma Zimmer)
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Glory (1956)
16 January 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A perfectly dreadful film that was poorly directed especially in the comedy sequences where in the Director Butler's idea of comedy is to have his actors gesture wildly and contort themselves making the audience more nauseous than merry. Margaret O'Brien was a complete horror..I suppose some found her cute when she was small,I always found her contrived and cold..lite years away from Shirley Temple! Here she proves herself to be the consummate amateur constantly looking at the camera with the glazed look of an anvil hitting her over the head! The songs that she is armed with are certainly musical bombs altho I will admit that she has a passable voice.. I would recommend this film for friends to assist you in laughing at it's unintentional humor and throw old shoes at the screen..Pity that this was Charolette Greenwood's last performance,but not even this great lady can save this train wreck with hooves.


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