I am quoting Humphrey Bogart in the above title of this review. He was referring to a film his own production company, Santana Productions, made called "Sirocco." .
I tend not to review movies I don't like because I have no enthusiasm for them. In fact, this is the first time I have done so. Everything about this movie is inane: the performances (especially Coleen Gray's, whose idea of acting is to grin as widely as possible and sparkle her eyes. One wishes she had never gone into the business.), the silly dialogue, the phony script, etc., etc.
It only has two things going for it: A beautiful horse which is a delight to watch, though frustrating as the characters treat him so shabbily, and his mascot and pal, a darling rooster, Obviously trained to be performers, they easily outshine all their human co-actors.
Oh, and the music. Insipid, especially a song called "The Sunshine Cake." Sentimentality at its most obnoxious. Bing finally does sing "Camptown Races," but by this time you don't care.
There are better horse movies. There are much better Crosby movies. Can't think of one good reason to view this one unless you want to waste your time!