The Great Dan Patch
The Great Dan Patch is a 1949 American film directed by Joseph M. Newman about the trotting horse Dan Patch. The film is also known as Ride a Reckless Mile (American reissue title), and Dan Patch.
In the last decade of the 19th century, chemist David Palmer returns to Oxford, Indiana, after living in Chicago for a few years. The return is brought on by his upcoming marriage to school teacher Ruth Treadwell.
|author||John Taintor Foote|
|director||Joseph M. Newman|
|events||horse horse racing|
|keywords||19th century county fair dying father horse trainer injured married couple new job race against time race track school teacher social life teenage daughter|
|producer||Edward Dein John Taintor Foote|
|productionCompany||W. R. Frank Productions|