|Writers||Leopold Atlas (original story)
Maurice Clark (screenplay)
Irving Fineman (screenplay)
Herbert Kline (adaptation)
|Cast||Sharyn Moffett Jerry Hunter Harry Davenport Lionel Stander Charles Williams Charlotte Treadway Howard Johnson John Vosper Nancy Evans|
|Plot||During World War II, a young boy and girl, living with their respective families in an apartment house that had restrictions against pets, adopt a lost dog and hide it in a vacant apartment, which may have been the only vacant apartment in the United States at the time this movie was being filmed. A burglar breaks in and the apartment is damaged when the dog and crook have a tussle. This blows the dog's cover, but the kids enlist him in the K-9 Corps, and the dog distinguishes himself in the WWII Italian campaign.... see A Boy, a Girl and a Dog on IMDb|
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|During World War II, Kip and Button decide to help the war effort by enlisting their beloved dog for military service. Not surprisingly, the dog becomes a hero in the K-9 corps. The kids' kindly old grandfather (Harry Davenport) helps the two during the tense time their dog is away. A cute war-time family film with a scene-stealing dog.|
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