National Velvet

Movie • 1944 • Drama  

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Mi Taylor was a young wanderer and opportunist whose father had given him "all the roads in the Kingdom" to travel. One of the roads, and a notation in his father's journal, leads him to the quiet English country-side home of the Brown family. The youngest daughter, Velvet, has a passion for horses and when she wins the spirited steed Pie in a town lottery, Mi is encouraged to train the horse...
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The movie ends in a horse race that is famous for lots of jumping/hurdles. Several horses are filmed falling. It doesn't appear that any horses are injured. The ones filmed falling all get right back up. But this wouldn't have been filmed today.
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