A Day at the Races (11-Jun-1937)|
Director: Sam Wood
Writers: Robert Pirosh; George Seaton; George Oppenheimer
Music by: Bronislau Kaper; Walter Jurmann
Keywords: Comedy, Horse Racing
Mrs. Standish's sanitarium is in danger of bank foreclosure as gambling interests wish to convert it into a casino. A wealthy patient, Mrs. Upjohn, requests a doctor; brought in is her old doctor from Florida, Dr. Hugo Z. Hackenbush, in reality a veterinarian, and he is appointed Chief of Staff. Meanwhile Mrs. Standish's husband has spent their life savings buying Hi-Hat, a race horse. Received an Oscar nomination for Best Dance Direction.
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