Thoroughbreds

(1944)
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Overview

Sgt. Rusty Curtis of the U.S. Cavalry is unhappy about the Army's plan to replace horses with tanks so, after a medical discharge, he tries to buy his old military mount Sireson. Unfortunately, the father of wealthy socialite Sally Crandall outbids him with plans to train Sireson for a steeplechase race. Sally and Rusty develop a rivalry because she has a favorite horse of her own, but when her horse is hurt she and Rusty declare a truce and begin a romantic relationship.

  1. George Blair

    Director

  2. Wellyn Totman

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Tom Neal

    Tom Neal

    Rusty Curtis

  2. Adele Mara

    Adele Mara

    Sally Crandall

  3. Roger Pryor

    Roger Pryor

    Harold Matthews

  4. Paul Harvey

    Paul Harvey

    John Crandall

  5. Gene Garrick

    Gene Garrick

    Jack Martin

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Thoroughbreds
Thoroughbreds

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Status Released

Release Information

  • December 23, 1944
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 0h 56m

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