Blue Fire Lady
Jenny Grey, a horse loving country girl, leaves her widowed father to move to the city after her father’s frustrations are manifested toward Jenny and her desires to ride horses. Jenny’s mother died from a horse-riding accident. Jenny finds work at a country race track and becomes obsessed with a troublesome horse called Blue Fire Lady. Blue Fire Lady shows promise in Jenny’s hands, but around everyone else she misbehaves and shows no discipline. When Blue Fire Lady is put up for auction, it is up to Jenny to either buy her or prove she can behave.
This film holds up well since it was made in the late 70’s, all except for the bell bottom blue jeans! There is nothing graphic in any way, just a bit of innuendo when a woman mentions a big-chested woman on television. The language is fairly mild and the story is interesting. If the viewer doesn’t like horses at least a little, it might not be such a great viewing experience but most people will enjoy the story and the scenery. The acting is good and the script is solid. However, due to some mild language, we recommend the film for ages 12 and over.