Big Red

Big Red
Big Red

Year

1962

Duration

86 minutes

Genres

Family

Language

English

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A classic "boy and his dog" film from Disney, this handsome Canadian-set adventure has all the requisite elements. Rene, a cute young kid, alone in the world but cheerful and self-reliant, happens upon a pedigree dog belonging to Mr Hagan, a rich landowner. The boy and dog form an immediate bond, and eventually Mr Hagan is persuaded to take Rene on to help look after Big Red. However, it is not all smooth sailing, and when Rene disagrees with Mr Hagan's training of Big Red he decides to take matters into his own hands.

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