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Banjo (1947)

 -  Drama | Family  -  15 May 1947 (USA)
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Sharyn Moffett ...
Pat Warren
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Elizabeth Ames
Walter Reed ...
Dr. Robert M. 'Bob' Hartley
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Harriet
Herbert Evans ...
Jeffries, the Chauffeur-Butler
Louise Beavers ...
Lindy
Ernest Whitman ...
Uncle Jasper
Lanny Rees ...
Ned
Theron Jackson ...
Exodus
Howard McNeeley ...
Genesis
Banjo the Dog ...
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Drama | Family

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15 May 1947 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

'Banjo' - historien om en hund  »

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A wonderful film about a girl and her dog!
27 September 2002 | by (Fairfax, Va.) – See all my reviews

This splendid family film is rarely seen of tv, I of course was able to make a tape of it years ago at the dawn of the VCR age and saved it for my children to view. They loved it. Why isn't this film readily available on home video. Why must good films like this be forced to remain unknown to today's young film watchers? If you have read some of my other Sharyn Moffet film comments-you know that I consider her one of the most underrated child actresses. She doesn't ooze with the sappy charm too often seen by little girls in films. Instead she seems more natural and plays the role of a child as a child-not like some overly professionally trained kid who comes off sounding like a miniature adult. See it and you shall be glad.

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