Miracle of the White Stallions (1963) - Rotten Tomatoes

Miracle of the White Stallions (1963)

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This Walt Disney production is based on the true story of the rescue of the Royal Lipizzaner horses of Vienna. Colonel Podhajsky is the instructor at a Spanish riding school. During the war, the Colonel attempts to smuggle the prized horses from Czechoslovakia and out of harm's way.

Cast

Lilli Palmer
as Vedena Podhajsky
Curd Jürgens
as Gen. Tellheim
Eddie Albert
as Rider Otto
James Franciscus
as Maj. Hoffman
John Larch
as Gen. Patton
Brigitte Horney
as Countess Arco-Valley
Philip Abbott
as Col. Reed
Douglas Fowley
as US General
Charles Regnier
as Gen. Stryker
Fritz Wepper
as Rider Hans
Gunther Haenel
as Groom Sascha
Guenther Haenel
as Groom Sascha
Hans Habietinek
as Innkeeper Hager
Philo Hauser
as Dispatcher
Michael Janisch
as Refugee Leader
Margarethe Dux
as Woman Railroad Official
Max Haufler
as Engineer
Robert Dietl
as German MP Captain
Josef Krastel
as Attendant Carl
Peter Jost
as Kreisleiter
Herbert Prikopa
as Orderly Tellheim
Erik Schumann
as German Capt. Danhoff
Michael Tellering
as Stryker's Adjutant
Hal Galili
as Brooklyn GI
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½

Beautiful horses and locations plus fine actors but it goes on too long. Robert Taylor's insistence on keeping that jet black hair as he aged led to an unfortunate resemblance to Count Dracula.

jay nixon
jay nixon

Super Reviewer

This is an exceptional live-action Walt Disney adventure-drama. The film works the family-oriented animal interest of the Lippizan horses into the framework of a dramatic and often suspenseful wartime adventure. One needn't be a horse-lover to be caught up in the story and end up caring about the animals which in this film are symbols of art, grace and beauty surviving a war-torn world. The audience is teased with glimpses of the stallions at play and in training and learns to appreciate their value so that the full-blown horse-show finale comes as a welcome joy.

Constanza Boutter
Constanza Boutter

Super Reviewer

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