Animal Attraction

by Ed_Jones_XLIX2 | created - 08 Oct 2018 | updated - 09 Oct 2018 | Public

This Poll has No People! It has Actors though! Famous Cinematic Animals have pages too. Who is your favorite Animal Actor/Actress? After voting, please discuss here.

1. Terry

Actress | The Wizard of Oz

Without question, the most known dog in movie history. Many dogs tried to eclipse Toto's success, most recently, The Men In Black dog. Most don't know that Toto has an autobiography that's available in most stores. She almost lost her life when she broke her foot in The Wizard of Oz. Toto (Terry) ...

"I'll get you my pretty, and your little dog too" Toto from The Wizard of Oz.

2. Madison

Lost

Madison was born in November 1999 in Hawaii, USA. She is an actress, known for Lost (2004) and Lost: Missing Pieces (2007).

TV Show Lost

3. Bruno The Bear

Actor | The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean

Bruno The Bear was born in 1962 in White Lake, Wisconsin, USA. He was an actor, known for The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean (1972), Gentle Ben (1967) and Mara of the Wilderness (1965). He died in 1981 in Acton, California, USA.

Gentle Ben Fame

4. Mister Ed

Self | Mister Ed

Mister Ed was born in El Monte, California, and his real name was Bamboo Harvester. He was a palomino show horse that had his own show. On the Mr. Ed show, he played a talking horse that only spoke to his owner Wilber. Bamboo Harvester actually had a stunt double who stepped in often. He died in ...

5. Moose

Actor | My Dog Skip

Moose was the youngest of a litter of four, yet was also the biggest, hence his name. Hyper and destructive as a pup, he eventually found his way to Birds & Animals Unlimited, where he got his job playing Eddie on 'Frasier', before going on to act in the film My Dog Skip (2000), along with his son,...

Eddie on TV Show Frasier

6. Enzo

Actor | My Dog Skip

Enzo was also used as a stand-in for his father in the popular sitcom Frasier (1993), as the role of Eddie Crane. Enzo was one of a few puppies bred specifically as possible replacements for Moose, as it became clear that Frasier was a hit and would enjoy a long run. A daughter, Miko, was ...

From the movie My Dog Skip

7. Happy

Actress | 7th Heaven

Happy is played by a thirty-pound mixed terrier whose real name is Happy. What are the chances?!? In real life, she was rescued from a California dog pound by animal trainer Shawn Webber. Happy auditioned for the role as the Camdens' dog after attending Boone's Animals for Hollywood. This is her ...

From the TV Show 7th Heaven

8. Buck

Actor | Married with Children

Buck was born on April 26, 1983 as Michael. He was an actor, known for Married... with Children (1987) and Backstage with the Bundys (1992). He died on May 28, 1996.

From the TV Show Married with Children

9. Trigger

Actor | Hollywood Canteen

Trigger, Roy Rogers' beautiful Golden Palomino stallion, and co-star with Roy in many of his movies and Roy's TV show, was often billed as "the smartest horse in the movies".

The two of them appeared in dozens of westerns in the 1930s and 40s, always chasing and thwarting the bad guys, and working ...

Roy Rogers Horse

10. J. Fred Muggs

Actor | Tom Corbett, Space Cadet

J. Fred Muggs was born on March 14, 1952 in French Cameroon. He is an actor, known for Tom Corbett, Space Cadet (1950), The Mike Douglas Show (1961) and Make the Connection (1955).

11. Molly

Actress | Francis Covers the Big Town

Though she was best known as Francis the Talking Horse, her real name was Molly. Molly was known for Francis Goes to the Races (1951), Francis (1950) and Francis Goes to West Point (1952). Molly won a prestigious award In 1951, when she became the very first animal to win the coveted Picture Animal...

Frances the Talking Horse Fame

12. Keiko

Actor | Keiko en peligro

Keiko, a Genus Orca whale, was born in 1976 and captured off the coast of Iceland in 1979. He was sold to the marine park industry, and in 1985 he arrived to Reino Aventura in Mexico City where and lived a normal life for a captive whale until 1993. In that year, he was cast as "Willy" in the movie...

Free Willy Fame

13. Flipper

Actor | Flipper

Flipper was played by five female dolphins; Susie, Patty, Squirt, Scotty and Kathy. The five dolphins performed all of Flipper's scenes except the famous tail walk, a trick they were unable to master completely. A male dolphin named Clown was brought in for scenes involving the tail walk. The ...

14. Rin Tin Tin

Actor | While London Sleeps

The first 'Rin Tin Tin', who along with his heirs starred in numerous films and television series, was discovered during World War I, September 15, 1918, by US Air Corporal Lee Duncan and his battalion in Lorraine, France. At a bombed out dog kennel, Duncan found a mother Shepherd Dog and her ...

15. Lala the Cockatoo

Baretta

Lala the Cockatoo is an actor, known for Baretta (1975).

Baretta's Cockatoo Fred An interesting note; Lala was still alive just a few years ago at over 100 years young! Google it!

16. Sam the Dog

Actor | Lethal Weapon

Sam the Dog is an actor, known for Lethal Weapon (1987) and Lethal Weapon 2 (1989).

Lethal Weapon I & II

17. Uggie

Actor | The Artist

Uggie is a Jack Russell terrier, born in 2002.

He was rescued from being sent to a dog pound by Omar Von Muller, animal trainer. His career included touring with a dog talent show in the United States and South America and starring in commercials.

His most famous movie roles are in Water for ...

The Artist as The Dog

18. Chris

Actor | Beethoven

Chris is an actor, known for Beethoven (1992).

Beethoven As Beethoven

19. Orangey

Actor | Breakfast at Tiffany's

Orangey the Cat is the only feline double-winner of the Patsy Award, the animal kingdom's equivalent of the Oscar. The Patsy Award is given out by the American Humane Association's Hollywood branch and stands for Picture Animal Top Star of the Year. Orangey won his first Patsy for his cinema debut ...

At first named "Orangey," and later named "Minerva," this orange tabby cat was trained by veteran animal handler Frank Inn. The cat won a Patsy award (the animal equivalent of an Oscar award) for its role in the film Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961). It also appeared in Our Miss Brooks (1952) and Gigot (1962). 18 Credits total! Garfield who?



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