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  • Old Yeller

    45 36.00%
  • Little Dan & Little Ann

    30 24.00%
  • Marley

    11 8.80%
  • Sam (I am legend)

    5 4.00%
  • Jack Russel (Fraiser)

    4 3.20%
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    30 24.00%
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Thread: Best dog movie, or character played by a dog...

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    Default Best dog movie, or character played by a dog...

    My daughter is doing a project at school and needs to take a poll from people. I told her I know that right place. So what movie (or dog) is your favorite? Marley & Me, Little Dan and Little Ann (Where the red fern grows,) Ole' Yeller, "Sam" Will Smith's dog in I am Legend (who really was the co-star in that movie) The little Jack Russel That was on Fraiser (Cant remember his name) etc etc....

    Like Bill Murray said in Stripes "I cryed my eyes out when Old Yellar died at the end of the movie" So what do ya say, can ya help a 8th grader out?
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    I didn't see the movie, actually didn't know there was a movie made from "Where The Red Fern Grows", but though it is a major tear jerker (even worse than Old Yeller), WTRFG's is one of the best books I have ever read.

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    Never saw old yeller but did cry at the end of the book.

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    Underworld, rise of the lycans followed very closely by Reservoir Dogs are top on my dog movie list.
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    My Dog Skip, as a JRT owner I could only watch it once

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    The Biscuit Eater..................the orginial!

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    The movie versions of most dog stories ussually aren't very good but Where the Red Fern Grows is still one of my favorite books.

    Oh, and it's Old Dan and Little Ann.

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    [QUOTE=Eric Fryer;1078125] The little Jack Russel That was on Fraiser (Cant remember his name) etc etc....
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    His name was Eddie and he was a large JRT, he was at a Vet convention in KC several years back and you could have your picture taken with him, he was there for hours and the lines were long but always posed when it was time, I tried to make eye contact with him for 15 or 20 minutes but never succeeded.

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    Ole' Yellar!!! I don't care to associate with anyone who can watch that movie with dry eyes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dpate View Post
    The movie versions of most dog stories ussually aren't very good but Where the Red Fern Grows is still one of my favorite books.

    Oh, and it's Old Dan and Little Ann.
    You are right, I stand corrected...

    Quote Originally Posted by Quackwacker View Post
    The Biscuit Eater..................the orginial!
    Yes I was trying to remember that one and could not quite place it. I saw it once as a kid when I was 11 or 12.
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