At the start of his career, Billy Fury's love of animals proved a constant source of embarrassment to his management, who were trying to mould him into a surly rock'n'roller. By 1965, Fury had broadened into a lukewarm entertainer, and this effort, which desperately plugged his affection for his four-legged friends, was a misguided attempt to (a) widen his appeal to mums, and (b) to regain some of the fans that he and other solo artists had lost since the advent of groupmania in 1963. The film slipped by unnoticed.
I've Gotta Horse
Cast and crew
|Screenwriter:||Ronald Chesney, Ronald Wolfe|