Date created: April 2010
Release date 2003
Duration 141 min
Producer(s) Gary Barber, Roger Birnbaum, Robin Bissell...more
Director(s) Gary Ross...more
Writer(s) Laura Hillenbrand, Gary Ross...more
Cast David McCullough, Jeff Bridges, Paul Vincent O'Connor...more
What's all this? [motions towards pile of boxes Red is sitting on]
It's beer! From an admiring public, pretty good too, more in there. [indicates Seabiscuit's stall]
[looks in stall] Where's the horse?
[amused smile] Signing autographs.
A dream come true, walkin' you around. Hook you up to a plow, pull me around for a little while. Come on. You ever run in the money? Huh? Hey. Hey. You ever run in the money? [Horse Whinnies ]
I don't think so. Couldn't beat a human being, let alone another horse. [Scoffs ]
You goddamn sack-of-crap old plater. Probably the fastest you're gonna run in your entire life, you piece-of-shit old glue-pot. That's right.
The first time he saw Seabiscuit, the colt was walking through the fog at five in the morning. Smith would say later that the horse looked right through him. As if to say, "What the hell are you looking at? Who do you think you are?" He was a small horse, barely fifteen hands. He was hurting too. There was a limp in his walk, a wheezing when he breathed. Smith didn't pay attention to that. He was looking the horse in the eye.
[Howard is selling a new Buick at his dealership, explaining the advantages of a car over a horse]
To tell you the truth, I wouldn't spend more than five dollars on the best horse in America.
[Red is not eating his food at the dinner table]
Go ahead, eat.
I'm not that hungry.
Sure, you're not.
It's just a lot of food.
I'd rather have you strong than thin.