It Ain't Hay

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It Ain't Hay is a 1943 film about the horse of a street vendor which is replaced by a racehorse.

Directed by Erle C. Kenton. Written by Damon Runyon, Allen Boretz, and John Grant, based on the Damon Runyon story, "Princess O'Hara."
The Horse-Laughs Are Running Wild!  (taglines)

Dialogue[edit]

Grover Mockridge: Go answer the door. It might be Warner.
Wilbur Hoolihan: It won't do no good. We're all signed up with Universal.

Taglines[edit]

  • Those Super-Sleuths Go Saddle-Silly...IN A HORSEY AND BUGGY DAZE! Their NEWEST and FUNNIEST Joy-Ride!
  • 4 HIT TUNES by Harry Revel and Paul Francis Webster..."Sunbean Serenade" "Old Timer" "Glory Be" "Hang Your Troubles on a Rainbow"
  • THEY'LL GIVE YOU THE "HOARSE" LAUGH...when I give THEM the laugh-laugh! A Fun-Hit You Can Place Your Money On to Win!
  • A WHIRLAWAY OF FUN! HA-HA HEE-HEE HO-HO HA-HA HEE-HEE HO-HO
  • The Horse-Laughs Are Running Wild!

Cast[edit]

External links[edit]

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