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As a colt, Black Beauty has a relaxed life in the English countryside, owned by the kindly farmer Grey. When Black Beauty narrates the circle of his life, the fates of horses, and the people who own and command them, are revealed.
Assuming a good picture is one that transcends its own material -- pulls in a variety of people with no special interest in the subject -- then "Black Beauty" is a lumbering candidate for the glue factory.
Although already filmed three times in the sound era, Black Beauty has never been put onscreen faithfully or well, a situation partially remedied by this affecting, rather grave rendition of the children's perennial.