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Hound-Dog Man (1959)

 -  Comedy | Drama  -  November 1959 (USA)
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Clint McKinney
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Blackie Scantling
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Dony Wallace
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Aaron McKinney
Dodie Stevens ...
Nita Stringer
Betty Field ...
Cora McKinney
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Fiddling Tom Waller
Margo Moore ...
Susie Bell Payson
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Hog Peyson
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Doc Cole
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Grandma Wilson
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Dave Wilson
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Amy Waller
Dennis Holmes ...
Spud McKinney
Rachel Stephens ...
Rachel Wilson
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Written by Robert P. Marcucci and Peter De Angelis
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Country fun
17 July 2010 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This is really just some good old country fun, pretty well done. Hound dog refers to a real dog that they took out hunting, and a young fellow wanted to do that when he grew up. You have romantic tangles with Carol Lynley and young Dodie Stevens, who had a hit with Pink Shoelaces at the time. Pleny of singin and dancin, including a rollicking enjoyable barn dance scene. Fabian sings and so does Dodie. The title song was made into a good rock and roll hit, written by the famous Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman. Not all the songs are great and I have no idea why This Friendly World got any attention. The picture was wide Cinemascope, but full-screen on TV.


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