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A Boy, a Girl and a Dog (1946)



(1946)

Action / War

129 minutes

Directed by Herbert Kline

Cast:

Jerry Hunter as Kip
Sharyn Moffett as Button
Harry Davenport as Gramps
Charles Williams as Mr. Stone
Charlotte Treadway as Mrs. Foster
Howard Johnson as the Neighbor
John Vosper as Mr. Hamilton
Nancy Evans as Mrs. Hamilton
William 'Billy' Benedict as the Messenger Boy

Produced by W. R. Frank Productions, A Boy, a Girl and a Dog is a 1946 action war film directed by Herbert Kline.

Kip and Button are a young boy and girl living with their families in an apartment building during World War II.  When Kip finds a puppy he smuggles him into the building, where pets are not allowed.  Kip and Button, naming the dog Lucky, join forces to hide the puppy and care for it, and when a neighbor leaves on an extended trip they hide the puppy in her vacant apartment.

In the meantime Jim Allen, a young man who has returned from the fighting, has become acquainted with the families in the apartment building and has become an officer in the K-9 Corps.

When burglars break into the vacationing woman’s apartment they are set-upon by Lucky who chases them away, but the ruckus means that Lucky has been discovered.  Now a grown dog, Lucky is taken by Jim to be trained for the K-9 Corps and eventually they are shipped out to where the war action is, where Lucky becomes a hero.



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