A fast-moving comedy with Billy Fury, who plays himself in the film. The story reveals his great love of animals, and it features his own racehorse, Anselmo. Also featured are several of Billy's own dogs. Watch for the dances!

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Billy Fury ...
Billy
Amanda Barrie ...
Jo
Michael Medwin ...
Hymie Campbell
Marjorie Rhodes ...
Mrs. Bartholemew
Bill Fraser ...
Mr. Bartholemew
Peter Gilmore ...
Jock
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Allan Angel ...
Dancer
Peter Ardran ...
Dancer
The Bachelors ...
Themselves
Tom Bowman ...
Trainer
Eliza Buckingham ...
Melissa
Linda Bywaters ...
Dancer
Elaine Carr ...
Dancer
Tom Carty ...
Dancer
Michael Cashman ...
Peter
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A fast-moving comedy with Billy Fury, who plays himself in the film. The story reveals his great love of animals, and it features his own racehorse, Anselmo. Also featured are several of Billy's own dogs. Watch for the dances!

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25 April 1965 (UK)  »

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Wonderful Day  »

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Won't Somebody Tell Me Why
Written by David Heneker and John Taylor
Sung by Billy Fury
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Set in England, it features a pop star, played by real life singer Billy Fury, who enters his horse in Britains most famous race, the Derby.
7 August 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a very pleasant and happy and therefore nostalgic movie. It is simply wonderful for children of about eight and upwards. There's lots of animals in the movie with some very attractive dance scenes, and although there's not much of a story line, as it features, in the lead, Billy Fury, who was, in the fifties, sixties, and seventies one of Britain's best musical stars, the music in the movie is well above average. Fury was the owner of the racehorse Anselmo so there is some basis to the story that the movie portrays: a pop star and his horse. The movie was released in 1965 and unfortunately looked dated in comparison to the Beatles' "A Hard Day's Night" to which, in comparison, it seemed antiquated, however, there is nothing offensive in "I've got a Horse" which makes it all the more endearing in this day and age. Fury passed away, from heart disease, in 1983, however, interest in him has never waned and plans are being made to film his life with Johnny Depp playing the title role.


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