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Directed by  James B. Clark
Screenplay by  Ted Sherdeman
Initial release  17 March 1959
Budget  600,000 USD
7.2/10 IMDb

Produced by  Robert B. Radnitz
Based on  the novel by Ouida
Director  James B. Clark
Production company  20th Century Fox
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Starring  David Ladd Donald Crisp Theodore Bikel
Music by  Paul Sawtelle Bert Shefter Santa Cecilia Academy Orchestra and Chorus of Rome
Music director  Paul Sawtell, Bert Shefter
Cast  David Ladd, Donald Crisp, Theodore Bikel, Max Croiset, Monique Ahrens
Similar  Movies about animals, Dog movies, Family movies

A Dog of Flanders is an American film, released in 1959 by 20th Century Fox. Based on the 1872 novel of the same name by Ouida. It was directed by James B. Clark, with stars David Ladd, Donald Crisp and Theodore Bikel. The film has a happy ending for the boy and his dog. "Patrasche" is played by Spike the Mastador, best known for playing the title character in Old Yeller.

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Cast

  • David Ladd as Nello Daas
  • Donald Crisp as Jehan Daas
  • Theodore Bikel as Piet Van Gelder
  • Max Croiset as Cogez the miller
  • Monique Ahrens as Corrie
  • Siohban Taylor as Alois Cogez
  • Gijsb Tersteeg as the landlord
  • John Soer as the peddler
  • Katherine Holland as the miller's wife
  • Lo van Hensbergen as the priest
  • "Patrasche"
  • Hans Tiemeyer
  • Maxim Hamel
  • John De Freese
  • Mathieu van Eysden
  • Katja Berndsen
  • Heleen van Meurs
  • Ulla Larsen
  • Acknowledgment in end credits

    "A Dog of Flanders was filmed entirely on location in Holland and Belgium. We wish to thank all the people of those two countries whose kindness and cooperation made this possible.

    We further wish to express our sincere gratitude to Father Weleerwaarde Heer Vanheirkom for permitting us to film the interior of the Cathedral of Our Lady, Antwerp."

    Comic book adaption

  • Dell Four Color #1088 (April 1960)
  • References

    A Dog of Flanders (1959 film) Wikipedia


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