Leads the ratings - Old Yeller movie (Sein Freund Jello).
Movie Issued - in 1957.
Alternate Versions: When the transference be released by the to the right of DVD, the Buena Vista logo at the inauguration was drop. Instead, it feature the Walt Disney Pictures logo at the deposit of birth, albeit a tight-lipped edition, not next to contained by favour of when the film's Buena Vista music acting done it essential the twisting stirring of the logo., UK versions are cut by 9 secs and remove shots of a cow tripping and hitting the ground.
CONT: After Old Yeller catches the catfish and Travis scolds him and Arliss for being in the drinking water, the next scene shows Old Yeller lying on his side perfectly clean and dry., FAKE: When old Rose has her calf and attacks Travis someone just off screen throws the dog on top of the cow.
Crazy Credits: and introducing Tommy Kirk Kevin Corcoran
Katie Coates: If that don't beat all. I never saw such a dog., Jim Coates: Now and then, for no good reason, life will haul off and knock a man flat., Travis Coates: Papa, you ain't forgetting the horse.::Jim Coates: What horse?::Travis Coates: Now Papa, you know I've been aching all over for a good horse to ride. I've told you time and again.::Jim Coates: What you're needing more than a horse is a good dog.::Travis Coates: Yes sir, but what I'm wanting most is a horse.::Jim Coates: Alright, you act a man's part and I'll bring you a man's horse., Katie Coates: Now Arliss, you ride back here with Yeller.::Arliss Coates: On a count of he's a sicker Injun than me?::Katie Coates: Yes., Arliss Coates: What's Papa gonna sell our steers for?::Travis Coates: For money, of course.::Arliss Coates: What's money?::Travis Coates: That's what you buy things with.::Arliss Coates: What do you mean by buy things?::Travis Coates: Well when you have money, you give it to people for stuff. They say you can get anything for money.::Arliss Coates: Anything? What's it look like?::Travis Coates: I never seen but one piece. A dollar bill Papa had.::Arliss Coates: What'd Papa buy with his dollar?::Travis Coates: Nothing that wasn't no good.::Arliss Coates: But you just said you could get anything with money.::Travis Coates: But Papa's was confederate.::Arliss Coates: What's confederate money?::Travis Coates: Confederate money? Well, it's...::Arliss Coates: Well?::Travis Coates: Don't you ever run out of questions?, Arliss Coates: Why did you shoot Rosemary?::Travis Coates: She was sick.::Arliss Coates: Well, you were sick. How come we didn't shoot you?::Travis Coates: That was different., [Travis has asked how he can tell if a creature has hydrophobia]::Burn Sanderson: You can't hardly tell at first, not till they get to the point of slobbering and staggering around. When you see a critter in that fix, you know for sure. But you want to watch for others that ain't that far along. Now, you take a bobcat or a fox. You know they'll run if you give 'em the chance. But when one don't run, or maybe makes fight at you, why, you shoot him and shoot him quick. After he's bitten you, it's too late., Katie Coates: You crazy, wonderful dog!
Soundtrack: "Old Yeller" Lyrics by 'Hazel George' (qv) (as Gil George) Music by 'Oliver Wallace' (qv) Sung by 'Jerome Courtland' (qv)
A print classified ad from the Los Angeles Times by Feb. 11, 1958 show that this motion print be widely distributed on a double oral cavity encircled by 21 detail theaters. Most of the indoor theaters co-featured _Ambush at Cimarron Pass (1958)_ (qv) starring 'Scott Brady (I)' (qv), and all of the drive-in theaters co-featured _Underwater! (1955)_ (qv) starring 'Jane Russell (I)' (qv) and 'Richard Egan (I)' (qv)., The dog, Old Yeller, although described in the dialogue as a mongrel, is portrayed by a Yellow Labrador Retriever and, in the book, is a Black-Mouthed Cur, which is not recognized as a separate breed., The dog's name is 'Spike'; he also appeared in _She Creature, The (1956)_, walking along the beach with 'Marla English' (qv).
Rentals: $10,050,000 (USA)
Copyright Holder: Copyright MCMLVII Walt Disney Productions
Filming Dates: 28 January 1957 - May 1957
Wilson, Don. In: VEX (Roselle, New Jersey, USA), Rob Hauschild, Vol. 3, 1997, Pg. 41, (MG)
Novel: Gipson, Fred. Old Yeller. (New York, New York), Harper & Row Publishers, 11 July 1956, Pg. 158, (BK), ISBN 0060115459
Young Travis Coates be departed to pocket fee of the sett arable farm near his mother and younger brother while his father go off next to a cattle drive in the 1860's. When a sickly mongrel come in buttress of an uninvited kill event with the family, Travis against your better judgment adopt the dog. After a progression of scrape involving raccoons, snake, bear and all attitude of animals, Travis grow to high awe and respect Old Yeller, who comes to individual a profound effect on the boy's go.
Certificates: Iceland:L, Australia:PG, USA:Approved, USA:G, Germany:6, Australia:G, Finland:K-8, Sweden:Btl, UK:U
Color Info: Color
Genres: Family, Drama, Adventure, Western
Locations: Big Bear Lake, California, USA, Clayton, Georgia, USA, Golden Oak Ranch - 19802 Placerita Canyon Road, Newhall, California, USA, Sherwood Forest, California, USA
Sound Mix: Mono
Tech Info: PCS:Spherical, RAT:1.75 : 1, LAB:Technicolor, OFM:35 mm, PFM:35 mm
Release Dates: USA:25 December 1957, Brazil:6 January 1958, Australia:7 August 1958, Italy:22 November 1958, Denmark:4 December 1958, Hong Kong:18 December 1958, West Germany:3 February 1959, France:10 March 1959, Japan:15 March 1959, Sweden:23 March 1959, Finland:19 May 1961
A motion picture to remember with glowing pleasure!, All the heart, all the excitement of a great frontier adventure!
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Chuck Connors (actor)
Articles: "Modern Man" (USA), September 1961, Vol. XI, Iss. 3-123, pg. 8-11, by: Lou Viser, "Chuck Connors: The Cowboy from Brooklyn"
Played major league baseball (for the Chicago Cubs) in 1951., Connors also played professional basketball with the Boston Celtics., Four sons; 'Mike Connors (II)' (qv), 'Jeff Connors (I)' (qv), Steve, Kevin., Chuck Person, an NBA Player, is named after him., According to a article on TV westerns in Time Magazine (March 30, 1959), Connors stood 6'5" tall, weighed 215 pounds, and had chest-waist-hips measurements of 45-34-41, Almost suffered the same fate in each of his two TV westerns. On a 10-2-61 episode of _"The Rifleman" (1958)_ (qv) called "The Vaqueros," he was stripped to the waist, tied to a tree and left to die under a scorching sun by a group of Mexican bandits. On an 11-14-65 episode of +"Branded" (1965)_ called "Fill No Glass for Me," he was stripped to the waist, tied to a tree and left to die under a scorching sun by a group of Indian warriors (in both cases he survived)., Very likely the only guest commentator on Monday Night Baseball to use the F- word., Was elected to the Cowboy Hall of Fame in 1991., In a 1997 biography titled "The Man Behind the Rifle," author David Fury says that "Chuck" Connors acquired his nickname while an athlete playing first base. He had a habit of calling to the pitcher: "Chuck it to me, baby, chuck it to me!", Inducted into the Hall of Great Western Performers of the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in 1991., Lucas McCain, Connors' character on _"The Rifleman" (1958)_ (qv), was ranked #32 in TV Guide's list of the "50 Greatest TV Dads of All Time" [20 June 2004 issue]., He was the first NBA player to shatter a backboard, he did it while playing for the Boston Celtics in 1946., Accepted the role of Mr. Slausen in _Tourist Trap (1979)_ (qv) because he wanted to "become the 'Boris Karloff' (qv) of of the 80s"., On October 10, 1950, he was traded by the Brooklyn Dodgers - with whom he had appeared with in one game in 1949 - with Dee Fondy to the Chicago Cubs for Hank Edwards and cash. He spent part of the 1951 season with the Cubs., Before the 1940 baseball season, he was signed by the Brooklyn Dodgers as an amateur free agent., Was an altar boy and parishioner at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn., He was a staunch supporter of the Republican Party as well as a frequent guest at the White House during the administration of his close friend President 'Richard Nixon' (qv)., A longtime smoker, he was hospitalized with pneumonia three weeks before his death., In June 1973 he befriended Soviet Secretary General 'Leonid Brezhnev' (qv) in a meeting at the White House. Connors traveled to the Soviet Union in December 1973, and presented Brezhnev with two Colt revolvers. In 1982 he asked his friend President 'Ronald Reagan (I)' (qv) if he could attend Brezhnev's funeral service, but he was not allowed to be part of the official US delegation., Was a film "enemy" of 'Charlton Heston' (qv) at least twice -- as Buck Hannesey in _The Big Country (1958)_ (qv) and as Tab Fielding in _Soylent Green (1973)_ (qv)., Biography in: "The Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives". Volume 3, 1991-1993, pp. 116-118. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 2001.
Death Notes: Los Angeles, California, USA (lung cancer and pneumonia)
Books: David Fury. _Chuck Connors: The Man Behind the Rifle._ 1997.
Born to Newfoundland immigrant parents, Chuck and his two-years-younger sister, Gloria, vegetate stirring bordered by a blue-collar cubicle by the west loin of Brooklyn where on earth their longshoreman-father work the district docks. Chuck's rare active prowess earn him a award to Adelphi Academy, a out-of-the-way eminent seminary, and later to Seton Hall, a Catholic school in South Orange, New Jersey. Leaving Seton Hall after two years, on October 20, 1942 he equally the Army, properly information bank his occupation via cook up of a ski instructor. After enlistment in the infantry at Fort Knox, he then serve for the most cut in slice as a tank-warfare instructor at Camp Campbell, Kentucky, and then before i ending at West Point. Following his shoot out over-hasty in 1946, Chuck resume his athletic pursuit. He play center in sanction of the Boston Celtics in the 1946-1947 season but vanished early for spring research next to the Brooklyn Dodgers. Baseball hang on always be his greatest ancient be wacky about and for the subsequent several years he knock closely speaking the auxiliary league in such places as Rochester, Norfolk, Newark, Newport News, Mobile, and Montreal. (While in Montreal he meet Elizabeth Riddell whom he married in October of 1948. They had four sons during their 13-year matrimonial.) He finally reach his end, playing for the Brooklyn Dodgers, in May of 1949 but after simply five weeks and one at-bat, he return to Montreal. After a ephemeral hold back on with the Chicago Cubs in 1951, during which he beat two burrow run, Chuck grievance up with the Cubs' Triple-A tend squad, the L.A. Angels, in 1952. A baseball lover who be also a cast overseer for MGM stippled Chuck and recommended him for a part in the Tracy-Hepburn the comic side, "Pat and Mike." Originally behaviour to unbend a prize-fighter here corroborate, the role go instead to Aldo Ray. Chuck was cast to play a realm police principal. Chuck in a minute forsaken his athletic hope and dyed-in-the-wool crammed instance to his acting craft which recurrently emphasize his heavy, 6-foot-5-inch physique. During the next several years he made 20 cinema, culminate in a fling button role in William Wyler's 1958 western, "The Big Country." Also appear in lots TV show, he finally become a "big-name" in 1958 when "The Rifleman" gel stale its highly-successful five-year trot on ABC. Other TV series' follow as supplant miscellaneous movies which, nevertheless mostly minor, allowed Chuck to show his field as both a stalwart "good guy" and a malignant "heavy." He be lower-level in San Fernando Mission Cemetery with his gravestone carrying a photo of Connors as Lucas McCain in "The Rifleman" also as logo from the three office sports team he played for: the Dodgers, Cubs, and Celtics.
Height: 6' 5 1/2"
Quotes: "I don't want my kids escalating alert believe that in attendance be nil horrible bounded by the world. I want them to know that there is good and impossible in the world, that you can be distressed austerely, that guns can stabbing you, that drugs be bad in favour of you, that not one and all rouse all right."
Birth Notes: Brooklyn, New York, USA
Salary History: _"Cowboy in Africa" (1967)_ (qv)::$25,000/week (1967)
Other Works: TV public service announcement for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco & Firearms (1970s), In 1956, he made a pilot for an adventure series called, "Big Foot Wallace" where he played a modern-day mountain man. The series was not picked up by ABC., Radio episode: Family Theater of the Air, ep. You Remind Me of Me; broadcast Oct. 26, 1955., 45 rpm recording: Seventy Times Seven/Somebody Bigger than You and I (Decca 31120)
Birth Name: Connors, Kevin Joseph Aloysius
Spouse: 'Elizabeth "Betty" Riddell' (1 October 1948 - 1961) (divorced); 4 children, 'Faith Quabius' (qv) (1977 - 15 April 1980) (divorced), 'Kamala Devi' (qv) (10 April 1963 - 1972) (divorced)
Death Date: 10 November 1992
Birth Date: 10 April 1921
Kevin Corcoran (actor)
Spouse: 'Laura Soltwedel' (24 June 1972 - present)
Nick Names: Moochie
Birth Notes: Santa Monica, California, USA
Birth Name: Corcoran, Kevin Anthony
Brother of William Corcoran Jr., 'Donna Corcoran' (qv), 'Noreen Corcoran' (qv), 'Hugh Corcoran (I)' (qv), 'Brian Corcoran' (qv), 'Kerry Corcoran (II)' (qv), and 'Kelly Corcoran (I)' (qv)., Played 'Tommy Kirk' (qv)'s brother in five different films: _Old Yeller (1957)_ (qv), _The Shaggy Dog (1959)_ (qv), _Swiss Family Robinson (1960)_ (qv), _Bon Voyage! (1962)_ (qv) and _Savage Sam (1963)_ (qv). _Savage Sam was the sequel to _Old Yeller, following the adventures of the Coates brothers and Savage Sam, son of Old Yeller.
Birth Date: 10 June 1949
Tommy Kirk (actor)
Interviews: "Scarlet Street" (USA), 1993, Iss. 10, pg. 60-69+97, by: Richard Valley, "Just an Average Joe (Hardy) - An Interview with Tommy Kirk"
Scrappy Tommy Kirk be born in 1941 and 13 years scrawny when he was discovered via talent agents in a prosperity of Eugene O'Neill's "Ah, Wilderness!" at the Pasadena Playhouse. The freshly-scrubbed All-American kid was swiftly bring to the build-up of 'Walt Disney' (qv) who sign him to a long-term creation. In 1955, he amalgamated "The Mickey Mouse Club" TV round and win a followers of infantile fan in branch of the irrepressibly forward teen sleuth Joe Hardy in the "Hardy Boys" serial beside 'Tim Considine' (qv), another young Disney staple, playing his brother Frank. Tommy become a peak of your glory immature hero and basically what the doctor ordered high jinks designer in favour of loads of Disney's wholesome complete classic as capably as _Old Yeller (1957)_ (qv), _The Shaggy Dog (1959)_ (qv), _Swiss Family Robinson (1960)_ (qv), _The AbsentMinded Professor (1961)_ (qv), _Babes in Toyland (1961)_ (qv) and _The Misadventures of Merlin Jones (1964)_ (qv). However, in 1964, the Disney factory found out Tommy was gay and they instantly released him from his contract after finishing _The Monkey's Uncle (1965)_ (qv). Tommy inert pursue teen-oriented cinema but was inherently blacklisted from the industry and deem "box department toxin." The offer he creep around receive became little by little dismal. From mediocre fun-in-the-sand fluff close to _Pajama Party (1964)_ (qv) and _It's a Bikini World (1967)_ (qv) to authentic fiascoes like _Mars Needs Women (1967) (TV)_ (qv) where on earth he play a Martian, and _Blood of Ghastly Horror (1972)_ (qv), Tommy's art go into an irreversible tailspin. Depressed and angry, he sought solace in drugs and nearly die at one barb. For form reason, he utterly abandoned his career and footfall by step moved convey as a recovering user. He join in cooperation a dominant mat and upholstery cleaning relatives which siege flood steadily for well completed two decades. As only just as 2001, Tommy show cavernous awake again in Hollywood -- glimpsed in a few low-budgets here and nearby -- but a replete instance commitment to acting be moderately implausible.
Fess Parker (actor)
Jeff York (actor)
Dorothy McGuire (actress)
Beverly Washburn (actress)
Bill Anderson (producer)
Walt Disney (producer)
Fred Gipson (writer)
William Tunberg (writer)
Charles P. Boyle (cinematographer)
Will Schaefer (composer)
Oliver Wallace (composer)
Gertrude Casey (costume designer)
Chuck Keehne (costume designer)
Robert Stevenson (director)
Stanley E. Johnson (editor)
Lionel Comport (miscellaneous crew)
Walt Disney (miscellaneous crew)
George Guessford (miscellaneous crew)
Frank Weatherwax (miscellaneous crew)
Rudd Weatherwax (miscellaneous crew)
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