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My Brother Talks to Horses
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1hr 33min
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1946
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Warner Bros. Digital Distribution
Synopsis: In later years, director Fred Zinneman seldom referred to My Brother Talks to Horses as one of his career highpoints. Even so, this leisurely period comedy has its moments, most of them delivered by precocious Jackie "Butch" Jenkins as the title character. Living with his family in Baltimore, 9-year-old Lewie Penrose (Jenkins) claims that he can converse with horses-and also pick the winners of upcoming races. When it appears as though Lewie is telling the truth, he attracts the interest of gambler ... Full Synopsis
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A bit muddled, My Brother Talks to Horses is nonetheless a moderately entertaining little film and will be especially well received by children, who will delight in the film's titular premise. Brother would be a stronger film if it had constrained its story to that promised by the title, a fantasy tale about a child who has the gift of gabbing with nags. Unfortunately, the powers that be at some point ... Read Review
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John S. Penrose
Mr. Bledsoe
Richard Pennington Roeder
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