Courage of Lassie

Overview

This is the one where Lassie plays a war veteran with amnesia. Actually Lassie isn't even Lassie, but a male collie named Bill at least he isn't asked to appear "in drag" like all the other cinematic Lassies. Raised from a pup by adolescent Elizabeth Taylor, the doggy hero becomes a sheep collie on rancher Frank Morgan's spread. Lassie--er, Bill--loses his memory when hit by a car. Later on, the dog finds himself in the K-9 corps, where he is trained to kill Japs Lassie a racist? No, no, not that! The dog returns...
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Overview

This is the one where Lassie plays a war veteran with amnesia. Actually Lassie isn't even Lassie, but a male collie named Bill at least he isn't asked to appear "in drag" like all the other cinematic Lassies. Raised from a pup by adolescent Elizabeth Taylor, the doggy hero becomes a sheep collie on rancher Frank Morgan's spread. Lassie--er, Bill--loses his memory when hit by a car. Later on, the dog finds himself in the K-9 corps, where he is trained to kill Japs Lassie a racist? No, no, not that! The dog returns home shell-shocked and ready to tear apart anyone who crosses his path. But the love of Elizabeth Taylor conquers all in the lachrymose Technicolor finale.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 12/9/2014
  • UPC: 888574105563
  • Original Release: 1946
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  • Source: Warner Archives
  • Time: 1:33:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 71,874

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Elizabeth Taylor Kathie Merrick
Frank Morgan Harry McBain
Tom Drake Sergeant Smitty
Selena Royle Mrs. Merrick
Harry Davenport Judge Payson
George Cleveland Old Man
Catherine McLeod Alice Merrick
Morris Ankrum Farmer Crews
Mitchell Lewis Gil Elson
Jane Green Mrs. Ellison
David Holt Peter Merrick
Minor Watson Sheriff Ed Grayson
Donald Curtis Charlie
Clancy Cooper Casey
Carl "Alfalfa" Switzer First Youth
Conrad Binyon Second Youth
Windy Cook Youth
Douglas Cowan Sgt. Lewis
James Flavin Lt. Arnold
Byron Foulger Dr. Coleman
Lassie the Dog Bill
Robert E. O'Connor Deputy
William "Bill" Phillips Sgt. Tyler
Addison Richards Officer
Arthur Space Officer
Charles Sullivan Officer Instructor
Arthur Walsh Freddie Crews
Bill Wallace Sergeant Mac
Technical Credits
Fred Wilcox Director
Scott Bradley Score Composer
Cedric Gibbons Art Director
Lionel Houser Screenwriter
Paul Huldschinsky Set Decoration/Design
Bronislau Kaper Score Composer
Conrad A. Nervig Editor
Irene Sharaff Costumes/Costume Designer
Robert Sisk Producer
Leonard Smith Cinematographer
Edwin B. Willis Set Decoration/Design
Basil Wrangell Consultant/advisor
Paul Youngblood Art Director
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