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Banjo's director, Richard Fleischer, and his wife decided to go the Brown Derby Restaurant on the night of the film's primere. The couple sat down at the bar and they were greeted by a kind old gentleman who bought them drinks. Richard mentioned that he was a film director and the old man said he used to be in the business. The elderly man was none other than legendary film director, D.W. Griffith. See more »
This is a B movie to be sure, but very interesting. Sharyn Moffet plays the orphaned Pat, who is sent to live with her Aunt in Boston after having spent all of her life on the old family farm down south. Banjo is the name of her beloved dog-a pointer. Who also accompanies Pat to Boston. Misadventures soon follow the pair. If I say anymore, then you will know how it ends. It is always a pleasure to see the unpretentious Sharyn Moffet on screen.
This film was made to appeal to juvenile audiences, but the entire family will enjoy it as well.
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