The Best Horses In Screen/TV History

The Best Horses In Screen/TV History

Steven Spielberg's War Horse (above) is about to trot into theaters, and lordy is that a beautiful creature!

I like the horse, too.

Anyway, here are some of my other favorite equine stars from Hollywood history.

National Velvet, with the beauteous Liz Taylor
National Velvet, with the beauteous Liz Taylor
Secretariat, with the lovely Diane Lane
Secretariat, with the lovely Diane Lane
Seabiscuit, with spunky Tobey Maguire
Seabiscuit, with spunky Tobey Maguire
The original version with Shirley Temple
The original version with Shirley Temple
My Friend Flicka, with Roddy McDowall, who grew up to be hung like a ... you know
My Friend Flicka, with Roddy McDowall, who grew up to be hung like a ... you know
Francis the talking mule -- which is related to a horse -- with Donald O'Connor
Francis the talking mule -- which is related to a horse -- with Donald O'Connor
"Hello, horse face!" The Horse Whisperer had ScarJo bonding with some hairy pals.
"Hello, horse face!" The Horse Whisperer had ScarJo bonding with some hairy pals.
Buck is this year's Oscar-shortlisted doc about the real-life horse whisperer and his stable of stable dwellers.
Buck is this year's Oscar-shortlisted doc about the real-life horse whisperer and his stable of stable dwellers.

But don't anyone mention Equus, if you don't mind.

That overwrought, pretentiously boring movie smells like a stable!

To paraphrase Ruth Roman in the cult classic The Baby, it's just so much horseshit.

Oh, all right, here it is. But get it to the glue factory pronto.

The Best Horses In Screen/TV History

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