Synopsis by Hal Erickson
The Blue-Eyed Horse is an hour-long farce starring Joan Blondell as an inveterate horse player and Ernest Borgnine as her beleaguered husband. The film opens with Borgnine standing before judge Paul Lynde, trying to explain why his wife has disappeared. The police suspect foul play, offering as evidence the strained relationship of the couple and the debts incurred by Blondell's gambling. Only Borgnine knows (or thinks he knows) the incredible truth: wife Blondell has been magically transformed into a horse! The Blue-Eyed Horse was originally telecast on November 23, 1966, on the NBC anthology The Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre.
false-accusation, investigation, racehorse, transformation, wish, court [law], husband, murder, racer, suspect, wife