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Smoky (1946)






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Smoky is a Technicolor adaptation of Will James' beloved horse story, first filmed in 1933. Fred MacMurray plays a cowboy who is intrigued by a wild black stallion which refuses to be tamed. MacMurray ropes the stallion and determines to train it. "Smoky" responds to MacMurray, and horse and man form a strong bond; both are mavericks in a sense, and neither wants to be tied down to responsibility. During a cattle raid, Smoky is stolen and sold to various cruel owners. MacMurray finally catches up with his horse during a parade, in which Smoky breaks free from the junk cart he's been forced to pull. A third version starring Fess Parker was filmed in 1966.more
Rating: PG
Genre: Western, Drama, Action & Adventure, Kids & Family
Directed By:
Written By: Dorothy Yost, Lillie Hayward, Dwight Cummins
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20th Century Fox Film Corporation


Fred MacMurray
as Clint Barkley
Anne Baxter
as Julie Richards
Bob Adler
as Scrubby
Guy Beach
as Sheriff
Bud Geary
as Peters
Robert Alder
as Scrubby
Victor Kilian
as Junk Man
Herbert Heywood
as Livery Stable Propri...
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