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Director  Kenneth Hume
Music director  Mike Leander
Language  English
5.2/10 IMDb

Genre  Comedy, Musical
Duration  
Country  United Kingdom
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Writer  Ronald Chesney, Kenneth Hume, Larry Parnes, Ronald Wolfe
Release date  July 8, 1965 (1965-07-08)
Screenplay  Ronald Wolfe, Ronald Chesney
Cast  Billy Fury (Billy), Amanda Barrie (Jo), Michael Medwin (Hymie Campbell), The Bachelors, Bill Fraser (Mr Bartholemew)
Similar movies  Curtain Up (1952)

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I've Gotta Horse is Billy Fury's second hit feature film, a semi-autobiographical musical comedy that also features Amanda Barrie, Michael Medwin and Jon Pertwee and pop bands The Gamblers and The Bachelors. It also features Fury's own race horse, Anselmo, and several of his own dogs. Larry Parnes, Billy Fury's manager, co-wrote the original story and co-produced, while Kenneth Hume directed,co-produced and co-wrote the story, with musical direction by Mike Leander. This 1965 U.K. release was filmed on location at Great Yarmouth where Fury had just finished his summer season at the Royal Aquarium Theatre which was used as the theatre in the film, with shooting also taking place at Shepperton Studios. The film is also known as Wonderful Day.

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Plot

Based on the star's famous love of animals, this musical comedy portrays Billy setting out to add a sheepdog to his vast entourage of animals and coming back with an irresistible horse named Armitage instead. To his manager's horror, Billy smuggles the horse backstage during rehearsals for his big show and the horse proceeds to create havoc. Little do either of them know that Armitage is actually a thoroughbred racehorse. Then Billy's horse contracts pneumonia and Billy must choose between love of his horse and the big show.

Soundtrack

The following songs were performed in the film:

  • "I've Gotta Horse" -Written by David Heneker and John Taylor. -Performed by Billy Fury
  • "Stand by Me" -Written by David Heneker and John Taylor. -Performed by Billy Fury
  • "Do the Old Soft Shoe" -Written by Jay Taylor. -Performed by Billy Fury and Sheilla O'Neill
  • "I Cried All Night" -Written by David Heneker and John Taylor. -Performed by The Gamblers (British band)
  • "Far Far Away" -Written by Jimmy Kennedy. -Performed by The Bachelors
  • "I Like Animals" -Written by David Heneker and John Taylor. -Performed by Bill Fury
  • "Find Your Dream" -Written by John Taylor. -Performed by Billy Fury
  • "Dressed Up For a Man" -Written by David Heneker and John Taylor. -Performed by Amanda Barrie
  • "He's Got the Whole World in His Hands" -Written by Phil Raymond, Richard Gregory and Lew Griffiths -Performed by The Bachelors
  • "Won't Somebody Tell Me Why" -Written by David Heneker and John Taylor. -Performed by Billy Fury
  • "Problems" -Written by David Heneker and John Taylor. -Performed by Amanda Barrie and Michael Medwin
  • "You've Got to Look Right for the Part" -Written by David Heneker and John Taylor. -Performed by Billy Fury, Amanda Barrie and Jon Pertwee
  • "I Must Be Dreaming" -Written by Jackie De Shannon and Sharon Sheeley. -Performed by Billy Fury
  • "Like a Child"
  • "My Friend"
  • "How Can You Tell"
  • "Finale Melody" -Written by David Heneker and John Taylor. -Performed by Billy Fury
  • "Wonderful Day" -Written by Mike Leander. -Performed by the cast.
  • Billy Fury's numbers included his backing group "The Gamblers", consisting of Jim Crawford (lead guitar/vocals), Alan George (piano/organ), Andy Mac (drums), Ken Brady (sax), Tony Diamond (guitar,trumpet,vocals) and Alan Sanders (bass vocals).

    The film's soundtrack album entitled "I've Gotta Horse" was released in March 1965. It was produced by Dick Rowe for Decca Records (Decca LK 4677). It does not include four of the songs from the film: I Must Be Dreaming, Like a Child, My Friend and How Can You Tell.

    References

    I've Gotta Horse Wikipedia
    Ive Gotta Horse IMDb Ive Gotta Horse themoviedb.org


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