Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color: Season 10, Episode 15

Bristle Face: Part 1 (26 Jan. 1964)
"Disneyland" Bristle Face: Part 1 (original title)

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Jace Landers
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Sheriff Rad Toler
Jeff Donnell ...
Mrs. Jarkey
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Bert Fogerty
Wallace Ford ...
Emory Packer
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Lue Swank
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Hermie Chadron
Robert McQuain ...
Sud Pribble
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Newt Pribble
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Justice Mackley
Paul E. Burns ...
Bailiff
Barbara Eiler ...
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Disney TV movie about a boy and his ugly hound dog, during the 1920's
28 July 2000 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Nicely done Disney TV movie. Disney always did these "boy and his dog" stories with care and emotion; this one is no exception. The performances are fine, and the comedy scenes are fun. Sharp location shooting; the film has the feel of a movie shot for the theaters, but released to television - Disney often did this with features that they felt weren't strong enough for theatrical release. Old-fashioned, to be sure, and welcome for that quality.


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