The Return of October

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Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Released 1948

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Director:
Joseph H. Lewis
Released:
1948
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The Return of October (1948) is a comedy that stars Glen Ford, Terry Moore, and Albert Sharpe. The film is directed by Joseph H. Lewis. Terry Ramsey (Terry Moore) is an eighteen-year-old heiress who is on trial to decide whether she is insane or not. Terry believes that the horse she recently purchased, with the help of Professor Bentley Bassett, Jr. (Glen Ford), is her Uncle Willie (James Gleason) reincarnated. Prior to living with her Aunt Martha (Dame May Whitty) and greedy cousins, Terry was raised from infancy by her Uncle Willie until his untimely death. Her Uncle Willie's two great loves in life are his niece Terry and his horse Sunset. Uncle Willie enters Sunset in a race and beats all his money on it. Unfortunately, Sunset loses and Uncle Willie collapses at the racetrack. On his deathbed, Terry hears Uncle Willie state that if he comes back again it will be as a race horse so that he can win the Kentucky Derby. In order to keep her inheritance, Terry must prove that her conviction is right. She finds an unlikely ally in Professor Bentley, who seeks to help prove her sanity.moreless
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