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"Thoroughbred" - Canadian Horse Racing Adventure
released in 1935

The Actors: Toby Wing (Anne O'Malley), Kenne Duncan (Chick Williams), Wheeler Oakman (Duke Foster), Romeo Gaskins (Smokey Sims), Elliott Lorraine (Mike O'Malley), Eric Clavering (jockey Malone), Rupert Lucas (unknown), Richard Townrow (unknown), William McIntyre (unknown), Edward Barrett (unknown), George Young (unknown)

Sexy Siren and Sunday School Teacher

Kenneth Duncan and Toby WingMartha Virginia Wing took her stage name from a horse named Toby, and she tried mightily to have a stellar screen career . . . . But her name is probably not as familiar to you as other movie stars during the first decades of motion pictures. Toby Wing was more than a pretty face, in the pre-code days of Hollywood she was famous for her few seconds on screen dressed in next to nothing and giving out a sexy squeal and smile as the camera panned by her. She was one of the original Goldwyn Girls, touted as the girl with a face like the morning sun. Off screen she was famous for her boyfriends . . . . I think that she possibly never met a man she didn't want . . . . And it seems that all the men wanted her also. Any time she was seen in a nightclub or restaurant she was surrounded by men clamoring for her attention. Her known suitors included Franklin Roosevelt Jr., Maurice Chevalier, band leader Pinky Tomlin and one of the famous Vanderbilt men. One of her boyfriends was a famous Toronto, Canada playboy who financed this story that gave her a rare starring role. A year after this movie was made one of her boyfriends was an Army pilot who was killed in an accident, and she was so heart-broken that she determined never to fall in love again . . . . Now, you need to understand that she didn't swear off of having as many boyfriends . . . . She just didn't want to fall in love again. Many have said that promises are made to be broken, and Toby Wing broke that promise when she met famous Eastern Airlines pilot Dick Merrill. They got married and she spent the next 44 years with this one man, even becoming a Sunday School teacher in their local Episcopal church. But in this rare starring role for the precocious brunette turned blonde you can see her sunshine face and perky acting talents at their best. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

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2014 was an exciting year for me, and I want to say thank you to every visitor that enjoys these old movies as much as I do. Four years ago I found myself with the knowledge to create nice web pages, along with a stack of old public domain movies that I owned and enjoyed. I decided to share them with the world . . . I thought that the 150 or so movies that I had collected were all the public domain movies in existence, but soon discovered more, and with good research and the help of the internet I am still discovering lost classics to share. Thanks to the amazing people at the Dream Network I am able to share more than 2,000 almost forgotten classics, with many more sitting on my shelf waiting their turn to be added to this web site. In 2014 the number of friends visiting the site and enjoying the movies tripled, and I am very grateful. One day in 2014 I got an e-mail note from Sir Robert Rietty, a British actor and voice-over specialist who wanted to thank me for sharing movies featuring himself and his famous acting teacher father Victor Rietti. We became e-mail friends, and I was able to find even more of his movies that were in public domain and share them with him and you, and Sir Robert was gracious enough to share behind-the-scenes stories about some of his experiences. I have also been honored to meet and become friends with Canadian director Rex Bromfield, a longtime friend of Richard Burton. Rex shared two experiences with Burton that have never been made public before, and I shared them with you in my reviews of the 1973 Welsh productions starring Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor, Divorce His and the sequel Divorce Hers. I was also fortunate in discovering Adrian, a film collector in England, and I have been able to purchase many old British films that I, and indeed most folk outside Britain have never seen or heard of. It appears that 2015 will be the year of British Classics thanks to Adrian. I cannot describe with words how much joy I am enjoying while building this web site and sharing the movies that I love with the rest of the world. Thank you all for sharing in my journey and exploring the stories produced during the first years of motion picture history. The past four years have been an incredible journey, but I suspect that the best is yet ahead of us, so stick around and visit often . . . And don't be shy about sending me a note, I cherish every one and respond to all of them.

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