|Director||Gunther von Fritsch|
|Writers||Herbert Morgan (screenplay)
Margaret Suckley (original story)
|Plot||The second "Pete Smith Special" dealing with Fala, the pet dog of the late-President Franklin D. Roosevelt, who died long before the release of this short. Smith provides the commenary and narration from Fala's "diary" as the dog visits his favorite places of interest at Hyde Park, the Roosevelt family's country estate in upper New York state. Any appearance of FDR, if there is one, in this January 19, 1946-release short is Archive Footage.... search for Fala at Hyde Park on IMDb|
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