MGM/ United Artists 1978 movie
called "International Velvet" continued the saga based on the original story author Enid Bagnold. Tatum O'Neal starred as "Sarah", the niece of Velvet Brown who seeks to become an Olympic Equestian rider.
(actor / screenplay script-writer novelist / director)
His novel has more information about the making of the movie and the horse of course. Forbes was born in London, England, UK and studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, London, making his debut in 1942. He acted on stage and in films in Britain and the USA (1948--60), then formed Beaver Films with Sir Richard Attenborough in 1959. He wrote and produced many films,
Elizabeth Taylor was "Velvet Brown"
in the original starring role of the 1949 movie version made from the well
known book by national by Enid
Bagnold published in the 1920's.
Lori Martin was "Velvet" in the TV
series. The program aired on NBC, the real name of the horse was Blaze
Kenner toy company made in 1978 the "Arizona Pie" Horse
also the International Velvet Doll.
The original movie sound track record by Francis Lai.
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