A collection of film clips profiling animal actors.

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Flipper (archive footage)
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Lassie (archive footage) (as Lassie)
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A collection of film clips profiling animal actors.

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Documentary

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April 1976 (USA)  »

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Crazy Animals  »

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The longest continuous clip is from National Velvet (1944). See more »

Crazy Credits

Many of these films were made before the American Humane Association began its efforts to prevent injury or death to animal performers. Today, stunts are done with caution and the risk of injury has been seriously minimized... thanks to the role of the American Humane Association. See more »

Connections

References Tiger Rose (1929) See more »

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Flipper
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Written by Henry Vars and 'By' Dunham
Performed by chorus in clip from Flipper (1963)
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All the numerous clips & Cameos are a delight of Humor to me!
11 August 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I am sure that everyone else would do a "Thumb Down" as if he and she were "Arthur Fonzarelli" of "Happy Days", in the 1970's. I like to watch the clips & try to figure out which movies, they originally come from. I like the scenes of "Lassie, Come Home", Flipper", "Daisy" ("Blondie & Dagwood Bumstead's Dog). Arthur Lake portrayed "Dagwood" & Penny Singleton portrayed "Blondie", in the numerous & humorous (to me) movies. Two old scenes, I would like to find out are; when the chimpanzee dropped a coconut on an elephant & the elephant got its revenge, by getting a trunk of water & spraying the troublesome chimpanzee! & the scene of when a dog was brought to a house, it saw the "husband's wife" with a 'terribly dirty' look, frightening it away, in a hurry! There are too many to title & try remembering the scenes.

BELIEVE IT OR NOT: If it is available, I would like to purchase it on a prerecorded DVD! 63x927is58401.


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