Secretariat (2010)

PG   |    |  Biography, Drama, Family

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Penny Chenery Tweedy and colleagues guide her long-shot but precocious stallion to set, in 1973, the unbeaten record for winning the Triple Crown.

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  • Diane Lane and John Malkovich at an event for Secretariat (2010)
  • Diane Lane and Nelsan Ellis in Secretariat (2010)
  • Diane Lane in Secretariat (2010)
  • Diane Lane at an event for Secretariat (2010)
  • John Malkovich at an event for Secretariat (2010)
  • Ali Larter at an event for Secretariat (2010)

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Did You Know?


Penny Chenery was on-set for much of the filming. She was absent when she took an afternoon nap, but otherwise was there each morning and later in the day.


Lucien Laurin: Ronnie, don't fall off!


When they are training for the Belmont, Penny Chenery is shown to be turning towards the left to lean her back on the railing while saying her line about how Pancho thinks they are training too hard. The shot cuts to a camera on the left, and we see the whole turn again from that angle.

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It's Not How Fast, It's Not How Far
Written by
Randall Wallace and Nick Glennie-Smith
Performed by Andrew Wallace


Plot Summary


Biography | Drama | Family | History | Sport

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