Secretariat

Secretariat

Director: Randall Wallace Cast: Diane Lane, John Malkovich, Dylan Walsh
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Overview

Secretariat

A housewife with little knowledge of horse-racing fosters one of the greatest race horses of all time as the story of the 1973 Triple Crown winner comes to the screen in this inspirational underdog drama based on the novel Secretariat: The Making of a Champion by William Nack and starring Diane Lane and John Malkovich. Penny Chenery (Lane) is a devoted mother and housewife whose ailing father is the proprietor of Meadow Stables in Virginia. When her father becomes too ill to tend to his horses, Penny agrees to take over the stables despite her inexperience. Desperate, she turns to veteran horse trainer Lucien Laurin (Malkovich) to help show her the ropes. Up to this point, horse racing has been a decidedly male-dominated sport. But with Lucien's help, Penny prepares to prove that gender has no bearing on one's ability to breed a fast race horse. As Secretariat blasts out of the gates to leave his competition in the dust, the whole world watches in amazement, and a legend is born.

Product Details

Release Date: 01/25/2011
UPC: 0786936810622
Original Release: 2010
Rating: PG
Source: Walt Disney Video
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 2:03:00
Sales rank: 2,362

Special Features

Heart Of A Champion - An Inside Look at Secretariat, One Of The Most Famous Thoroughbred Horses Ever Known; 3 Deleted Scenes; Music Videos - AJ Michalka "It's Who You Are"

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Diane Lane Penny Chenery
John Malkovich Lucien Laurin
Dylan Walsh Jack Tweedy
Dylan Baker Hollis Chenery
Margo Martindale Miss Ham
Nelsan Ellis Eddie Sweat
Otto Thorwarth Ronnie Turcotte
Fred Dalton Thompson Bull Hancock
James Cromwell Ogden Phillips
Scott Glenn Chris Chenery
Mike Harding E.V. Benjamin
Richard Fullerton Robert Kleburg
Tim Ware John Galbreath
Nestor Serrano Pancho Martin
Keith Austin Lafitte Pincay
Kevin Connolly Bill Nack
Eric Lange Andy Beyer
Drew Roy Seth Hancock
Carissa Capobianco Sarah Tweedy
AJ Michalka Kate Tweedy
Sean Cunningham Chris Tweedy
Jacob Rhodes John Tweedy
Graham McTavish Earl Jansen
Tom Foley Jimmy Gaffney
Grant Whitacre Paul Feliciano
Forry Smith Obnoxious Owner
Tom Clark CBS Anchor
Ken Strunk Dr. Manuel Gilman
Jazz Undy Fan #1
Michael Guthrie Fan #2
Cullen Wallace Che Wannabe
Mike Battaglia Derby Official
Tony Renaud Reporter #1
Jennifer Trier Receptionist
Wynn Reichert Pastor
Tim Layden Reporter #2
William Nack Reporter #3
Pamela Pryor Waitress
Kate Ward Belmont Guest
Andrew Wallace Belmont Singer
Rusty Hendrickson Burger Joint Cook
Michael Boyd Golfer #1
Michael Mills Golfer #2
Albert Duhon Berated Stable Hand
Audrey Scott 6-Year-Old Penny
Salid Parker New York Taxi Driver
Joe Chrest Sports Desk Anchor
Jason Schwartz Spectator
Reid Cherner Hack Pack
Hank Goldberg Hack Pack
Dick Jerardi Hack Pack
John McClain Hack Pack
Jay Privman Hack Pack

Technical Credits
Randall Wallace Director
Jayne Armstrong Associate Producer
Beau Borders Sound Mixer
Michael T. Boyd Costumes/Costume Designer
Mark Ciardi Producer
Benjamin Cook Sound/Sound Designer
Nick Glennie-Smith Score Composer
Gordon Gray Producer
John Wright Editor
Bill Johnson Executive Producer
Bill Johnson Executive Producer
William R. Johnson Executive Producer
Paul Lombardi Special Effects Supervisor
Naaman Marshall Art Director
Alex McCarroll Set Decoration/Design
Kevin O'Connell Sound Mixer
Mike Rich Executive Producer,Screenwriter
Tom Sanders Production Designer
Melizah Anguiano Schmidt Makeup
Dean Semler Cinematographer
Andrew Wallace Associate Producer
Julie Weiss Costumes/Costume Designer
Darrell L. Wight Set Decoration/Design
Kim Winther Asst. Director,Co-producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Secretariat
1. Meditation [1:46]
2. Coming Home [7:58]
3. Staying On [8:28]
4. Coin Toss [6:12]
5. Big Red [7:36]
6. Finding Their Stride [7:24]
7. Horse Of The Year [8:32]
8. A Real Gamble [10:40]
9. No Regrets [8:28]
10. Losing Faith [9:46]
11. Sham [6:21]
12. Kentucky Derby [4:53]
13. Preakness Stakes [3:52]
14. Nerves [6:08]
15. Belmont Stakes [8:57]
16. Epilogue [6:56]

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Secretariat 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 19 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This movie and Hildago are great horse movie. I can watched them over and over again. I did not really care for Seabiscuit or the black stallion.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great movie, a new favorite! I'm not a fan of horse racing, but this movie was amazing. I liked how they had those verses from Job in the beginning and than brought them up again at the best part in the end. It made it really epic! I recommend it to all ages. There was only on spot that was questionable, ATT moms with kids that see everything: At one point, the main character is talking on the phone with her "teen" daughter who is at a hippie rally, in the background (and thankfully out of focus) an inappropriately dressed girl walks by. It's only a split second, and I didn't notice it the first time. but still...
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What a wonderful story! I remember the actual Triple Crown in 1973 and the excitement that Secretariat created in the country. He was more than a horse...he took the USA by storm and everyone LOVED HIM. The movie is a favorite and I have watched it numerous times, each time with tears! Highly recommended for all ages.
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I rarely watch movies about horses, but what drive me to watch this movie is Diane Lane itself! Indeed, she has surpass my expectations on this movie. This is one of her best performances in all of her movies. In addition, John Malkovich did a wonderful job as well the other members of the cast. In the end, you will all love horses and of course BIG RED--the star of the movie!
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I guess I've been spoiled by quality horsey movies like Seabiscut, The Black Stallion and Hildago. This movie wasn't so much about the greatest champion ever but about the people. It was slow and boring except for the too few times it actually had something to do with Secretariat. Save your money and pass on it.