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Pride of the Blue Grass(1939)

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  • Proud of James McCallion!

    • Halley DeVestern
    • 8/21/14

    My grandfather's first cousin, James McCallion, starred in this film. I had no idea it existed. Cousin James, as we call him in our family, was a prolific character actor in Hollywood for decades. Thank you TCM for bringing Cousin James' movie back to life :)

  • Pride of the Blue Grass

    • Cora
    • 1/24/14

    I was watching this movie for the first time with my 3 year old grandson, Matthew, and today asked me if this movie is on again. Please let me know when I can buy the DVD; he loved the movie so much. When is it going to be on TCM again?

  • Pride of the Blue Grass

    • Donnette Parks
    • 1/17/14

    Loved the movie. Would like to see the movie again. I would also like a copy to the movie. My grandaughter loves horses. I think she would love this movie also. We have a blind horse and he is very smart.

  • Pride of the Bluegrass

    • Irene Sterling
    • 1/17/14

    I watched this movie yesterday afternoon on TCM channel. I truly enjoyed it. I want to see it again so I recorded it. I love it!! How can I own a copy? Sam McDaniels is hilarious as Domino.

  • Pride of the Bluegrass (1939)

    • mc hauer
    • 12/28/13

    This is a great example of the original movie overshadowing all updates on the story which totally miss the mark. I was lucky to see this movie years ago and would love to see it again. I have a true passion for horses and racing as it was meant to be: a sport of horses, owners, trainers, jockeys, caretakers, officials and fans who take pride in maintaining the true sportsmanship that started Jockey Clubs around the world. This movie is high on my list of movies I would love to own so that I could share them with family and friends. Today, many of the most historic tracks closed just to be paved over with more Malls and parking, the Race Track experience has been reduced to betting parlors and Casino rooms full of TV's. This is about the only way to document what made racing great in years past.

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    • Marlene Conte
    • 3/24/10

    Me and my brothers and sisters used to gather around the TV to watchthis wonderful movie everytime it played. I would love to beable to watch it with my grandchildren. They would love it!!!

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