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A Boy and His Dog (1946 film)

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Genre  Short, Drama, Family
Country  United States
6.2/10 IMDb

Director  LeRoy Prinz
Music director  William Lava
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Language  English
Cast  Harry Davenport
Release date  April 4, 1946 (1946-04-04)
Writer  Samuel A. Derieux (story), Saul Elkins (screenplay)
Awards  Academy Award for Best Short Subject, Two-reel
Similar movies  The Jazz Singer (1927), Seeds of Destiny (1946), Captain Blood (1935), Star in the Night (1945), I Wont Play (1944)

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A Boy and His Dog is a 1946 American Technicolor short drama film directed by LeRoy Prinz. It won an Academy Award at the 19th Academy Awards in 1947 for Best Short Subject (Two-Reel).

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Short-story author Samuel A. Derieux who died twenty-four years earlier, in 1922, received story credit for the film, suggesting to some the expectation that he wrote a work with the title "A Boy and His Dog". However, a plot summary for the film, attributed to David Glagovsky, closely parallels Derieux's short story "The Trial in Tom Belcher's Store", suggesting the film-makers drew on the published (and once celebrated) story, but gave the film a title Derieux need not ever have considered.

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A Boy and His Dog (1946 film) Wikipedia
A Boy and His Dog (1946 film) IMDb A Boy and His Dog (1946 film) themoviedb.org


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