Shiloh

Shiloh
Shiloh

Year

1996

Duration

87 minutes

Genres

Family

Language

English

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Synopsis

Shiloh is an adorable beagle puppy - and young Marty Preston thinks so too when the good-hearted pooch follows him home one day. Despite the obvious bond between boy and dog, however, Marty's father won't let him keep Shiloh as he knows he belongs to a mean-spirited local hunter. But when it becomes clear that his owner is mistreating the luckless beagle, Marty decides he must do everything he can to come to Shiloh's rescue. A warm and stirring tale for anyone with a soft spot for man's best friend!

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