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Glory (1956)

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
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Candy Trent
Gus Schilling ...
Joe Page
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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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YOU'LL FALL IN LOVE as she herself falls in love! See more »

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21 July 1957 (Iran)  »

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Sangue Selvagem  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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2.00 : 1
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Something of a movie comeback for nearly 19-year-old Margaret O'Brien after being away from the screen since 1952, this picture failed to garner a contemporary New York Times review. This fate was shared by her previous vehicle, Her First Romance (1951). See more »

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Glory
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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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Margaret O'Brien rules
24 February 2005 | by (Tucson,Az) – See all my reviews

Neat little film of coming of age Margaret O'Brien owning and training racehorse. The production values are nice,there's a nice bunch of character actors. Maggie looks sweet in fifties-era dresses. It's not Medea but it's a fun enough racetrack drama with some music put in. A commenter mentioned Maggie's singing, she was dubbed by the Champagne Lady herself,Norma Zimmer. Charlotte Greenwood and Walter Brennan are great as always. For some reason RKO in the fifties had the nicest color photography and it's on display here. Definitely an enjoyable movie to watch. The only complaint some viewers might have is that this film seems more like a forties film rather than a fifties. Hollywood was still trying to recycle old formulas in its attempt to keep its' head above water. Unfortunately,this film didn't lead to a grown-up career for Margaret o'Brien as it should have.


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