April Love

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Released 1957

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Director:
Henry Levin
Released:
1957
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April Love tells the story of Nick Conover (Pat Boone, The Greatest Story Ever Told), a juvenile delinquent who caught joy riding. The courts decide to release him on probation under one condition: that he stay out of trouble by living with his aunt (Jeanette Nolan, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance) and uncle (Arthur O'Connell, Anatomy of a Murder) in the far-off Kentucky countryside where the only pastime is Sulky horse racing. He hates the country and longs to return to the city until he discovers a passion for training a wild, neglected horse. He also discovers the beautiful Liz (Shirley Jones, The Music Man). Through training his horse and getting to know Liz, the former juvenile delinquent realizes that there is more to life than stealing cars. The film was phenomenally popular at the time of its release -- it's title tune by Boone was number one on the Billboard Chart and nominated for an Academy Award -- and it is a movie still loved today.moreless
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