Lassie Boxset - Lassie Come Home

Lassie Boxset - Lassie Come Home
Lassie Boxset - Lassie Come Home




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Often parodied ("What's that boy? Timmy's in the well?"), or dismissed as sentimental, the original Lassie films have been rather unfairly treated over the years. Here's a chance to discover what made them so popular, beginning with the unashamedly tear-jerking (but it earns and deserves every one of those tears) Lassie Come Home, in which the faithful collie won't stand being separated from her master. See also Son of Lassie and Courage of Lassie, which take the franchise into the war years, with the latter film in particular being unexpectedly grown-up in its depiction of Lassie’s years as a combat-canine.


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Contains mild threat and violence

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