Joe, a trained member of the military's K-9 corps, was falsely accused of attacking his master, Sergeant Corey. Joe managed to escape before being killed and a bounty was put on his head. While Sergeant Corey tried to find him before the authorities did, Joe managed to help the people he encountered on his travels. Although Corey always came close, he never managed to find Joe. During the second season, Corey was called back to duty and Joe teamed up with Josh McCoy, a hiker, and continued on his trek while helping others.Written by
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WANTED: Male German Shepherd, Black And Tan. Answers to the name of Joe. Accused of attacking his trainer, Sgt. Will Corey. A crime he did not commit. Only Corey can prove him innocent, but he must find Joe before his pursuers track him down.
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I loved Run Joe Run! It's a little hard to remember all the details but I remember always rooting for Joe's owner to catch Joe so he could clear Joe's name & be reunified again. Alas, it never happened & we never even got a closing final episode to tie up the loose ends and...no spin off or movies were ever made. Poor Joe is still running wild out there, with many villains out to get him with his only real friend searching in vain! Come Home Joe, Come Home! :)
OK, I need to write more lines before I can submit so...I think Joe was written during the sad story line days of the mid 70's. There were so many tearjerking songs written then...remember "Wild Fire" (horse), "Shannon" (dog), "Seasons in the Sun" (guy dying), "Rocky" (girl dying), "Judy Mae" (boy's dad dying after finding his new wife & son in bed!)...I know there were many more songs about dying during that time. I wonder why? Musta been all the drugs from the 60's!
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