Cinema, Also Showing May 5, 1947

The Homestretch (20th Century-Fox) canters in Technicolor through the not particularly fascinating vicissitudes of a raffish racing man (Cornel Wilde), his Back Bay bride (Maureen O'Hara) and his somewhat Bohemian girl friend (Helen Walker). Miss O'Hara wants Wilde to settle down and stop living out of Miss Walker's pocket; she also tends to misunderstand the free-&-easy way these old friends kiss each other.

Meanwhile, three horses, one for each principal, do a lot of running, over a plethora of courses in England, South America and the U.S. They are nobly beautiful animals and interesting...

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