Based on a story by the famous producer Mark Hellinger, BROADWAY BILL is a movie directed by Frank Capra in 1934.
Two years ago, Dan Brooks married one of the daughters of J.L. Higgins, the mogul of Higginsville. In charge of one of the factories owned by J.L., Dan Brooks is neglecting his job. He spends his time training "Broadway Bill", a racing horse with a future.
After a board meeting with the Higgins family, Dan Brooks decides to resign and to leave the town. His wife Margaret prefers to stay with her family, hoping that Dan will come back sooner or later. Without any money left, Dan hopes to win the Derby with Broadway Bill. But the horse needs a lot of care and Dan can only offer him an humble stable. Three days before the race, Broadway Bill catches a cold and Dan is desperate. But, finally, his horse will be able to take part in the derby.
The review of this Movie prepared by Daniel Staebler