The Return of October

Glenn Ford, Terry Moore, Albert Sharpe, James Gleason (starring)
Joseph H. Lewis (director)
Karen DeWolf, Connie Lee (story)
Melvin Frank, Norman Panama (screenwriters)

Culver City, CA: Columbia Pictures, 1948. Vintage studio still photograph of actress Terry Moore from the 1948 film.

Terry (Moore) thinks her horse October is the reincarnation of her Uncle Willie (James Gleason) and she is tried for insanity by her cousins to keep her from getting her Aunt Martha's (Dame May Whitty) inheritance. Top psychologist Professor Bassett (Glenn Ford) has written a book on Terry which is used against her in court. Bassett, feeling guilty and with romantic feelings for Terry helps get October in the Derby where Terry and the jury cheer October on, calling him "Uncle Willy."

Set in California, shot on location in Santa Anita Park and Racetrack.

8 x 10 inches. Very Good plus, some light creasing and 2 very small closed tears in right margin.

[Book #146604]