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Why did Grandfather insist on Albert knowing Emilie's name before giving him the horse?
Towards the end of the film "War Horse," Albert is attempting to bid on the horse, Joey, before it is auctioned off by the military. Also present at the auction is Emilie's grandfather (unnamed), who ...
Jul 22 '12 at 5:16
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