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The Littlest Hobo (1958)

A German Shepherd dog helps a lamb to escape the slaughter house

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Tommy (as Buddy Hart)
Wendy Stuart ...
Molly
Carlyle Mitchell ...
Governor Malloy
Howard Hoffman ...
Captain in Mission
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Mike (as Robert Kline)
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Dorothy Johnson ...
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A German Shepherd dog helps a lamb to escape the slaughter house

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He Thinks He's People!

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6 July 1958 (USA)  »

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Alarma en California  »

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In August 1958, this film was playing at many drive-in theaters on a double bill with Bullwhip (1958). See more »

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Followed by The Littlest Hobo (1963) See more »

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Road Without End
Written by Ronald Stein
Sung by Randy Sparks
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"Lassie" type movie
24 June 1999 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Nice, old time family film in B&W that follows a very smart and shrewd stray German Shepard dog which moves from town to town by hopping boxcars and freight trains (like a hobo). The dog saves a farm animal from slaughter, helps a crippled child in the process, and teaches a small farm boy about letting go of possessions.


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