Maj. Eric Knight


Life Events


Movie Clip

Gypsy Colt (1954) -- (Movie Clip) These Come Home Horses Meg (Donna Corcoran) is distraught because her horse, who used to pick her up from school, has been sold, but today he turns up, bringing her home to her parents (Ward Bond, Frances Dee), and a confrontation with the trainer (Lee Van Cleef) who works for the new owner, in MGM’s Gypsy Colt, 1954.
Gypsy Colt (1954) -- (Movie Clip) Gypsy's Been Sold Meg (Donna Corcoran) is alarmed when the title-horse Gypsy doesn’t show up to meet her after school, returning home to find out what her struggling rancher parents (Ward Bond, Frances Dee) couldn’t bring themselves to tell her, in MGM’s Gypsy Colt, 1954.
Gypsy Colt (1954) -- (Movie Clip) Like Selling A Member Of The Family Opening MGM’s very family drama, local denizens are impressed that the horse from the title is so devoted to top-billed Donna Corcoran as Meg, her parents back home (Ward Bond, Frances Dee) considering how to break some bad news, in Gypsy Colt, 1954, from a story by Lassie author Eric Knight.
Lassie Come Home (1943) -- (Movie Clip) Apply Yourself Prologue about the author, introduction of the famous collie and his young master Joe (Roddy McDowall), distracted in school, from MGM's hit Lassie Come Home, 1943, featuring Elizabeth Taylor.
Lassie Come Home (1943) -- (Movie Clip) I Only Want Lassie Young Yorkshireman Joe (Roddy McDowall) had no warning whatever that his cash-strapped parents (Donald Crisp, Elsa Lanchester) had plans to sell the collie, rushing home after school for a difficult explanation, early in the MGM hit that launched the popular series, Lassie Come Home, 1943.
Lassie Come Home (1943) -- (Movie Clip) Bid Her Stay Father and Joe (Donald Crisp, Roddy McDowall) return the star to the duke (Nigel Bruce) after a second escape, the trainer (J. Patrick O’Malley) scolded before Priscilla (Elizabeth Taylor) offers reassurance, in her first on-screen meeting with her lifelong friend (McDowall), in Lassie Come Home, 1943.
Lassie Come Home (1943) -- (Movie Clip) Was She Worth Waiting For? First appearance of young Priscilla (Elizabeth Taylor), with grandfather the Duke (Nigel Bruce), meeting his new collie, and the iffy trainer Hynes (J. Patrick O'Malley), in MGM's Lassie Come Home, 1943.