An air-traffic reporter discovers that his partner--a St. Bernard dog--has accidentally swiped a priceless necklace from a jewel-smuggling gang.

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Jack Crandall
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Kim Lawrence
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Mrs. Formby
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P.J. Applegate
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George Travell
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Foley
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McClure
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Dog Catcher
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The Bernardiner Noel ...
Barabbas. Bernhardiner
Jason Fithian
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Mr. Pfeiffer
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Lieutenant Burrows
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Helicopter mechanic
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An air-traffic reporter discovers that his partner--a St. Bernard dog--has accidentally swiped a priceless necklace from a jewel-smuggling gang.

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21 September 1969 (USA)  »

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Originally shown in two parts on "Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color". See more »

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Cute 60s movie from the Wonderful World of Disney
19 September 2009 | by (Charlotte, NC USA) – See all my reviews

It's a very cute Wonderful World of Disney Television movie from the early sixties. Produced by Ron Miller in 1963 before Walt died but after he gave control of it's TV movie departments over to others. It still has that Disney touch, but not in the same way as Norman Tokar movies of an earlier period.

It's generally about a traffic reporter who ends up with a thieving St. Bernard who gets into trouble. Two bumbling thieves and a jewel heist. It's actually got a lot of charm and cute jokes in it. It has that Disney feel of that time period, a bit corny, but in our world who can't use sweet charm and humor?

For anyone who grew up watching television in the early seventies, The Actor who Played Doby Gillis is in it, as well as a few background actors from other series such as Bewitched, Star Trek, and other seventies series.


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