About the film
based on novel or book horse country life 19th century
Release Date: August 29, 1946
|Slogan||:||«The most beloved of all animals...in the most exciting of all adventures»|
|Production Companies||:||Edward L. Alperson Productions, 20th Century Fox|
|Producers||:||Edward L. Alperson|
|Writers||:||Lillie Hayward, Anna Sewell, Agnes Christine Johnston|
Based on Anna Sewell's novel. In rural England of the 1880's, widower Squire Wendon is rearing his young daughter Anne. Her father has forbidden her to be present when their mare, "Duchess," gives birth. Anne sneaks out to the stable, however, and is discovered by her father who forbids her ever to ride Duchess again. Despite this punishment, he gives Anne Duchess's colt because it is her birthday, and she names him "Black Beauty."