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Francis Goes to the Races

Francis Goes to the Races
Directed by Arthur Lubin
Produced by Leonard Goldstein
Written by Robert Arthur (story)
Oscar Brodney (screenplay)
David Stern (screenplay and characters)
Starring Donald O'Connor
Piper Laurie
Cecil Kellaway
Cinematography Irving Glassberg
Release date(s) May 1, 1951
Running time 88 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Preceded by Francis
Followed by Francis Goes to West Point

Francis Goes to the Races is a 1951 comedy film about a talking mule and his human sidekick at the racetrack. It is a sequel of Francis and stars Donald O'Connor, Piper Laurie, and Cecil Kellaway.

Cast

  • Donald O'Connor as Peter Stirling
  • Piper Laurie as Frances Travers
  • Cecil Kellaway as Colonel Travers
  • Jesse White as Frank Damer
  • Barry Kelley as 'Square Deal' Mallory
  • Hayden Rorke as Rogers
  • Vaughn Taylor as Harrington
  • Larry Keating as Head Steward

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