|Directed by||Andrew Marton|
|Produced by||Sidney Franklin|
A young girl, Meg, is disheartened when her parents Frank and Em MacWade are forced to sell her favorite horse, Gypsy Colt, to a rancher. Gypsy Colt escapes several times, ultimately taking a 500-mile journey to return to her rightful owner.
According to MGM records the movie earned $721,000 in the US and Canada and $704,000 elsewhere, making a profit of $259,000.
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