Aces of the Turf

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Aces of the Turf
Aces of the Turf.jpg
Directed by Serge de Poligny
Written by Marc-Hély
Saint-Granier
Produced by Robert Kane
Cinematography Jacques Montéran
Music by Charles Borel-Clerc
Production
company
Distributed byLes Films Paramount
Release date
  • 24 March 1932 (1932-03-24)
Running time
86 minutes
CountryFrance
LanguageFrench

Aces of the Turf (French: Les as du turf) is a 1932 French comedy sports film directed by Serge de Poligny and starring Paul Pauley, Alexandre Dréan and Josyane. [1] It was made at Joinville Studios by the French subsidiary of Paramount Pictures. In 1935, it was released in the United States with the alternative title of Racetrack Winners.

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Synopsis

Two struggling friends go through a series of jobs including waiters, cooks and racecourse tipsters. A lucky bet leads them to gain control of a top racehorse which a gang of crooks tries to steal from them.

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  1. Oscherwitz & Higgins p.353

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