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Rusty Leads the Way (1948)

Approved  |   |  Drama  |  21 October 1948 (USA)
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Thirteen-year-old Danny Mitchell befriends Penny Waters, a little blind girl who is shy who is shy and lonely. DAnny intercedes for Penny when she is about to be sent to the State ... See full summary »

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Ted Donaldson ...
Sharyn Moffett ...
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Paula Raymond ...
Louise Adams
Peggy Converse ...
Mrs. Waters
Flame ...
Rusty, Danny's Dog
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Thirteen-year-old Danny Mitchell befriends Penny Waters, a little blind girl who is shy who is shy and lonely. DAnny intercedes for Penny when she is about to be sent to the State Institution for the Blind and she is sent to a guide-dog school. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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9 June 2007 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

Ace the Wonder Dog ended his starring career and is replaced by Flame in this continuation of the 'Rusty' series. The plot is, as always, well-meaning, concerning itself with a blind girl and her efforts to get a seeing eye dog.

The adult cast is excellent, including the ever-dependable John Litel, but the dialogue is very stiff, particularly as spoken by the child actors.

Flame has a different set of tricks from Ace. Ace was good at baring his teeth and looking menacing. Flame does a lot more capering.

While not an awful movie, there isn't really that much entertainment here, although the movie's social conscience may make it worthwhile for the concerned moviegoer.


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