A married couple who have a song-and-dance act in vaudeville are in trouble. Their struggling act is going nowhere, they're almost broke and they have to do something to get them back on ... See full summary »
Independently wealthy American Jack Forbes has just arrived in Paris. Because of his wealth, he can have any woman on his arms. Currently that role is filled by Marcelle Dubrey, but Jack ... See full summary »
The wealthy von Wellingens are shocked when the father of their son Fred's fiancée Lia juggles desserts at a formal dinner. They encourage Fred to break the engagement. Lia goes to Berlin ... See full summary »
The original motion picture that later spawned 2 TV versions, including the long running 1978 Canadian version that featured many Canadian actors, including Mike Myers in an episode. This movie is like a proto-pilot for the later versions. See more »
essentially Route 66 with a dog instead of two guys
I saw this movie in a theater in Nebraska when I was a child. Don't recall much about the movie itself this many years later, but I've never forgotten that day. It was my first brush with celebrity. The dog star of the movie (we were told it was THE dog) made a personal appearance at the theater. The dog performed a number of tricks on stage, even typing on a typewriter. I came away with a paw-printed glossy photo of the dog, which I kept for years. I wonder if anybody else out there got to meet The Littlest Hobo in "person." I've never seen the film since, and didn't know till I looked it up on IMDb that there had been a television version. It remains among the most lively of my black and white memories.
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