Cinema, Also Showing Apr. 26, 1943

My Friend Flicka (20th Century-Fox) is a sun-drenched, innocent film as wholesome as graham crackers. It is mainly 89 minutes of handsome Technicolor shots of Utah landscape animated with horses. Both scenery and animals are so lustrous that they overshadow the picture's slight, demi-idyllic story about Schoolboy Ken McLaughlin (Roddy Mc-Dowall) and his nervous sorrel filly, Flicka. Young Ken trains the horse, nurses and loves her. He learns through these tasks and emotions much about the equipment he will need in adult life.


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