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Kentucky Blue Streak (May 1, 1935)

Kentucky Blue Streak
 

Released on May 1, 1935: (running time 59 minutes) A proud Kentucky horse farm widow needs to win the Kentucky Derby to save the farm, but son and jocky Johnny is in a California jail.

Produced by C.C. Burr

Directed by Bernard B. Ray

The Actors: Edward J. Nugent (Marty Marion), Frank Coghlan Jr. (Johnny Bradley), Patricia Scott (Mary Bradley), Cornelius Keefe (District Attorney Barton Pierce), Margaret Mann (Mrs. Martha Bradley), Roy D'Arcy (Harry Johnson, gangster), Ben Holmes (bellhop Holmes), Spec O'Donnell (bellhop O'Donnell), Harry Harvey (fair barker, radio announcer), Roger Williams (Curly, Deputy Sheriff), Joseph W. Girard (Prison Warden Carlson), Walter Downing (newspaper editor Bill), Roy Watson (Colonel Seymour), Ben Carter (waiter and African American octette leader), Buster Brodie (jockey), Ken Broeker (cop), C.C. Burr (old jockey saying, "I thank you, lady"), Jack Cheatham (cop at race track), Al Corporal (old Tom), David Gross (shoeshine boy), Clifford Holland (messenger), Frank Meredith (cop), Joe Schilling (hot dog attendant), Nate D. Slott (bookie), Genevieve Williams (Bradley's maid)

 

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Hot Dogs and Fast Horses

It is the first Saturday in May, and two weeks of Derby Festival are finished. It is time once again for the most famous horse race in the world, the Kentucky Derby. In this story, Derby Day is May 4, 1935, and a record sixteen horses will be running.

Pop Bradley of the famous Cloverdale Farms is dead and his widow and son and daughter try to carry on. He owned and trained many fine winners at the Kentucky Derby, but since his death the farm has gone downhill, and Mom Bradley is in danger of losing everything.

Her son Johnny, played by Frank Coghlan Jr., is a very talented jockey, but very early in our story he will be put in prison for murder. Actor Edward J. Nugent is newspaper reporter Marty Marion, who is trying to help the young jockey, but that won’t be easy.

The only hope Mom Bradley has to save the farm is to have her son ride a winning horse in the Kentucky Derby, but he is locked up in prison. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Ben Holmes and Spec O'Donnell
Ben Holmes and Spec O'Donnell
C.C. Burr
C.C. Burr
Cornelius Keefe
Cornelius Keefe
Cornelius Keefe, Roy Watson
Cornelius Keefe, Roy Watson
Cornelius Keefe
Cornelius Keefe
Cornelius Keefe
Cornelius Keefe
David Gross
David Gross
Edward J. Nugent
Edward J. Nugent
Edward J. Nugent, Frank Coghlan Jr.
Edward J. Nugent, Frank Coghlan Jr.
Edward J. Nugent, Jack Cheatham
Edward J. Nugent, Jack Cheatham
Edward J. Nugent, Patricia Scott
Edward J. Nugent, Patricia Scott
Edward J. Nugent, Jack Cheatham
Edward J. Nugent, Jack Cheatham
Frank Coghlan Jr.
Frank Coghlan Jr.
Frank Coghlan Jr., Patricia Scott
Frank Coghlan Jr., Patricia Scott
Frank Coghlan Jr.
Frank Coghlan Jr.
Frank Coghlan Jr.
Frank Coghlan Jr.
Harry Harvey
Harry Harvey
Jack Cheatham
Jack Cheatham
Joseph W. Girard
Joseph W. Girard
Joseph W. Girard
Joseph W. Girard
Margaret Mann
Margaret Mann
Margaret Mann
Margaret Mann
Nate D. Slott
Nate D. Slott
Patricia Scott
Patricia Scott
Patricia Scott, Edward J. Nugent
Patricia Scott, Edward J. Nugent
Patricia Scott, Edward J. Nugent
Patricia Scott, Edward J. Nugent
Roger Williams, Cornelius Keefe
Roger Williams, Cornelius Keefe
Roy D'Arcy
Roy D'Arcy
Roy D'Arcy, Frank Coghlan Jr.
Roy D'Arcy, Frank Coghlan Jr.
Roy D'Arcy
Roy D'Arcy
Walter Downing
Walter Downing
Walter Downing, Edward J. Nugent
Walter Downing, Edward J. Nugent