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Poco... Little Dog Lost (1977)

It looks like the end of the line for Poco and Kim when they are separated following a car accident. Poco's relentless search takes him through the desert. Bravely facing the odds, Poco ... See full summary »

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Dwight Brooks
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Chill Wills ... Big Burt
Michelle Ashburn Michelle Ashburn ... Kim
Muffin Muffin ... Poco
Sherry Bain ... Mrs. McKinna
Clint Ritchie ... Mr. McKinna
Ysabel MacCloskey Ysabel MacCloskey
John Steadman ... Ben Ashton
Dran Hamilton
Tom Roy Lowe Tom Roy Lowe
Jeanne Bates ... Mrs. John Ashmore
Robert Broyles Robert Broyles ... Deputy
Mikki Jamison ... Jane (as Mikki Jamison Olsen)
Jim Schlievert Jim Schlievert ... Ranger
Michael L. Harris ... Hold-Up Man (as Michael Harris)
Shannon Farnon ... Nurse
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It looks like the end of the line for Poco and Kim when they are separated following a car accident. Poco's relentless search takes him through the desert. Bravely facing the odds, Poco encounters many dangers, and makes some new friends. Written by Charles Rogan <dmert73@yahoo.com>

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yosemite | dog | independent film | See All (3) »

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The Biggest Adventure a Little Dog Ever Had See more »


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

October 1977 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Poco See more »

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Mono

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Color
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Muffin, the dog who portrayed Poco, also appeared in the television series "CHiPs" in Season 1 Episode 3 episode entitled "Dog Gone." See more »

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YUCK!
9 May 2003 | by chosen1foreverSee all my reviews

This has to be one of the cheapest and ugliest-looking films I've ever seen. While the plot is good and typical and its main star was with John Wayne, the color quality, the sound and the tracking is just incredibly awful! I've seen some of the earliest Technicolor films in their ORIGINAL PRINTS and even they don't look as dark as this does. What process did this use? Anyway, avoid this film, and I would recommend you go for 1943's Lassie Come Home, Elizabeth Taylor's first film.


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