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Nello Daas (Character)
from A Dog of Flanders (1999)

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Alternate Names:
Baby Nello / Nello / Young Nello

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  1. A Dog of Flanders (1999) Played by Jeremy James Kissner (as Nello) / Ariana Porcu (as Baby Nello) / Jesse James (as Young Nello)

  2. A Dog of Flanders (1959) Played by David Ladd

  3. A Dog of Flanders (1935) Played by Frankie Thomas

  4. A Boy of Flanders (1924) Played by Jackie Coogan (as Nello)

  5. A Dog of Flanders (1914) Played by Marguerite Snow (as Nello)

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From A Dog of Flanders (1999)
Nicholas Cogez: [calling out] Aloise! Aloise! Aloise! Answer me! Aloise!
[Aloise wakes up at the circus grounds, Nicholas spots her and runs up to her]
Nicholas Cogez: Oh thank God!
[he hugs her]
Aloise: [as she hugs her father] I'm sorry, Papa. I fell asleep.
Nello: Master Cogez it was all my fault. I wanted to paint her picture...
Nicholas Cogez: Do you have even idea how worried we've been, Nello? That's all that matters. If you have any idea.
[Nello hands him the picture]
Aloise: Papa, you know it was my fault!
Nicholas Cogez: I'll deal with you later. There's one thing I want you to remember, Nello and remember it well. Aloise is our child and not yours and you have no right to keep her out this late. I don't want her anywhere near you as far as today.
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