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My Dog Shep/Shep Comes Home [DVD]

Release Date:03/10/2015
These two classic 1940s tales directed by Ford Beebe show just how much a dog can mean to a boy in need. In My Dog Shep, an unwanted orphan boy befriends a stray dog while on a long journey. Shep Comes Home deals with the death of a boy's father in World War II, prompting him to run away from home in search of his father's dog.

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    My Dog Shep
    An unwanted orphan decides to run away with his dog, but later becomes the goal of an urgent quest when his relatives discover that he has inherited a fortune. ~ John Bush, Rovi

    Shep Comes Home
    Shep Comes Home was the belated sequel to Screen Guild's My Dog Shep (1946). The title pooch is played by "Flame" (who also starred in Columbia's "Rusty" series), while his orphaned master Larry is portrayed by Billy Kimberly. Escaping from an orphanage, Larry and Shep hit the road, with a sympathetic old sheriff (J. Farrell McDonald) in pursuit. The boy and his dog come to the rescue of an innocent emigrant (Martin Garralaga) who has been blamed for the perfidy of a two-bit crook (Sheldon Leonard). Thankfully, the film's inherent sentiment never gets too gooey. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    Cast & Crew

    • William Farnum
      William Farnum
    • Tom Neal
      Tom Neal
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      Lanny Rees
    • Al St. John
      Al St. John
    • Grady Sutton
      Grady Sutton

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