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Smoky (1946) DVD

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Smoky (1946)


Louis King


Lillie Hayward (screenplay), Dwight Cummins (screenplay)


Fred MacMurray, Anne Baxter, Bruce Cabot
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.  

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  1. great movie love the story 4 Star Review

    Posted by on May 18th 2021

    love the story of smoky

  2. gator review 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Apr 27th 2016

    good horse movie a little sad, but has a good ending
    dvd in excellent shape.

  3. Interesting low-key western based on a classic novel 3 Star Review

    Posted by on Jun 4th 2015

    SMOKY, the movie, is an adaptation of the Will James novel SMOKY THE COWHORSE. It stars Fred MacMurray as a horsebreaker with a mysterious and possibly criminal past. There is a very subdued romance incorporated, but the main attractions are the scenery and the very slow, gentle process used in taming Smoky. Too slowly paced for younger audiences.

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