Song of the Road (1937)

  |  Drama, Family

Song of the Road (1937) Poster

The council whom Bill works for are turning to motor transport to replace the horse and cart. Bill, unable to accept the change, buys his horse and sets off to seek work in the country. He encounters many folk that he helps along the way.


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25 January 2019 | chrischapman-47545
| Poignant but could have been better
It's the late 1930's and internal combustion mechanisation is taking over from horsepower. This is a road trip of a man and his horse but it could have been so much better, especially the middle section of the film which contributes little. Fascinating from a rural viewpoint as horses, and workers, become obsolete but the acting is rather wooden with poor continuity - it feels as if it was staged by a team used to making silent films, often with exaggerated acting, which of course had also recently become obsolete. Its attitude towards women is also typical of the period.

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