Black Beauty, a beautiful black stallion in 1870s England, recalls his life from his birth through his carefree life as a colt to the many hardships he suffered after achieving maturity. He goes through many owners, both good and bad, until he finally finds happiness and contentment.
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Did You Know?
So far, this remains as of 2009, Peter Davison
's first, last and only theatrical film release. See more
When Black Beauty is put in front of the carriage for the first time, you see Ginger raising her lip and whinnying. This lip raising is actually a (trained) Flehmen response, and horses don't do that while whinnying but while trying to better smell something. See more
Kind treatment makes good horses, Joe. Bad treatment ruins them.
Black Beauty... Docs Keepin Time, American Quarter Horse See more