Skeeter has found this dog and discovers no one knows what kind of dog it is. Discussing the matter with his uncle the desire to keep and train the dog for bird hunting after finding the dog has super senseing ability but does not bark. He "yoddles" or laughs as some would say. However the real owner William Hoppers character wants him back due to the rarity of the breed. A very sensitive and moving film especially for fans of Walter Brennan and any dog lover.
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A PICTURE FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY TO ENJOY! (original print ad - all caps)
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Did You Know?
When not filming with the thirteen-year-old De Wilde, My Lady (full registered name: My Lady of the Congo) spent all her time with him. My Lady was six months old when she was brought over from England, along with other Basenjis to act as stand-ins. In the agreement to supply the dog, it was written into the contract that My Lady would belong to De Wilde after filming was completed. See more
When Skeeter goes to blow out the flame on the oil lamp before going to bed, the light in the room goes out, but there's a slight delay before the light coming through the window is brought up. See more
That's a lot of money.
That's a lot of dog.
When Your Boy Becomes a Man
Lyrics by Moris Erby
Music by Don Powell
Sung over main title by Howard Keel See more