Come on George (1939)

Director
Anthony Kimmins

Main cast
George Formby; Pat Kirkwood; Joss Ambler; Meriel Forbes; Cyril Raymond

Genres
Comedy

Description
George Formby, who plays George, a stable boy. He also has the unique ability to soothe an anxious racing horse. Expectedly, George races the horse and wins


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