Hot to Trot

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Released 1988

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Director:
Michael Dinner
Released:
1988
Rating:
PG
Hot to Trot is a Warner Brothers film from 1988 which bills itself as the funniest movie about a talking horse. Fred Chaney (Bobcat Goldthwait) inherits a horse named Don (John Candy) after his mother's death. Fred quickly discovers that Don is not only capable of speaking to humans and other animals, but that he is also strangely successful in playing the stock market. Fred uses Don's incredible gift to land a job as a stockbroker with his stepfather Walter Sawyer (Dabney Coleman), and along the way Don falls in love with another horse name Satin Doll. However, their get-rich-quick scheme goes south as the two stumble into a series of misfortunate investments. With no money left, Fred and Don must make a dangerous gamble to win back their riches. With an original score by Danny Elfman and direction by Michael Dinner, Hot to Trot is sure to make you laugh yourself hoarse.
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