Illuminati are really fond of horses. If it had been up to the producers of the major studios of Hollywood’s golden age, all movies would have been starring horses. Since this would have had little commercial viability, the savvy Hollywood producers decided to put a rider on the horse, and thus set out to produce films starring men on horseback. This genre was called “western” to distinguish it from the “eastern” genre in which riders rode ostriches instead of horses. There is no genre in Hollywood history with such a profusion of films as the Western. This is due on the one hand to the Illuminati’s fondness for horses and, on the other hand, to the difficulty of placing horses in other genres such as romantic comedy, gangster, science fiction, musicals, drama, etc. It’s well known that Jack Warner attempted to set a racehorse named ‘Black Pearl’ up for the leading masculine role in Michael Curtiz’s film “Casablanca”. Curtiz objected but, given Jack Warner’s power at Warner Bros., proposed a compromise solution: His candidate (Humphrey Bogart) would compete for the role against Black Pearl in a racetrack. The extravagant race was held in secret at Hollywood Park (whose chairman was Jack Warner). Bogart ran barefoot and Black Pearl without a jockey on its back. According to the few witnesses, the race was a startling upset. Despite his initial position at the back of the track, Bogart’s outstanding finish earned him the victory by a nose in an epic sprint.
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This is awesome. Gave me a giggle.