A German Shepherd dog wanders endlessly, only stopping to do a good deed or help a person in need, before returning to his road without end.
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2   1  
1965   1964   1963  

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London the Dog ...
 Hobo (48 episodes, 1963-1965)
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A German Shepherd dog wanders endlessly, only stopping to do a good deed or help a person in need, before returning to his road without end.

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german shepherd | dog | See All (2) »

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Adventure

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24 September 1963 (Canada)  »

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Der kleine Vagabund  »

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1.33 : 1
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Three of the early episodes were shot in Ontario (being broadcast in color prior to the show moving to Vancouver when they were broadcast in black and white). See more »

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Followed by The Littlest Hobo (1979) See more »

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Road without End
Music and Lyrics by Ronald Stein
Sung by Randy Sparks
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Can't Get Enough Of The Littlest Hobo
7 August 2014 | by (Lakeside,California) – See all my reviews

We just discovered this classic series and fell in love with it. It's about a stray German Shepherd who travels from town to town getting involved in people's lives and helping them out with their problems. He just seems to know what to do. At the end of each episode he moves on to the next place. This show has a sincerity and charm that's very special and it's highly addictive. This is delightful to both kids and adults. The dog actor, London, who is the only constant from episode to episode, is beautiful and very talented. The music is also very nice, especially the theme song, "Road Without End", that's played at the beginning and ending of each episode. The more I hear it the better I like it. Check it out. You'll love it!


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