Old Yeller: 2 Movie Collection

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Overview

Based on the novel by Fred Gipson, the story is set in Texas in 1869. While his father is away on a cattle drive, 15-year-old Tommy Kirk takes over management of the family farm. Adopting a "strictly business" policy, Kirk is irritated when younger brother Moochie Corcoran adopts a frisky stray dog. But soon Kirk is as fond of the dog as everyone else in the family; moreover, "Old Yeller" is an excellent watchdog. But while fighting off a mad wolf, Yeller is infected with rabies. Though Yeller seems unaffected at...
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Overview

Based on the novel by Fred Gipson, the story is set in Texas in 1869. While his father is away on a cattle drive, 15-year-old Tommy Kirk takes over management of the family farm. Adopting a "strictly business" policy, Kirk is irritated when younger brother Moochie Corcoran adopts a frisky stray dog. But soon Kirk is as fond of the dog as everyone else in the family; moreover, "Old Yeller" is an excellent watchdog. But while fighting off a mad wolf, Yeller is infected with rabies. Though Yeller seems unaffected at first, he eventually behaves so viciously that the disheartened Kirk has no choice but to shoot the dog. A heart-to-heart talk between Kirk and his returning father Fess Parker, coupled with the adoption of a new pup, paves the way to an emotional but reasonably happy ending. Earning $8 million domestically on its first release, Old Yeller convinced Walt Disney to devote more and more time to live-action films and less time to animation-which at the time was a sagacious business move. In 1963, Disney released a lesser sequel to Old Yeller titled Savage Sam.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Original theatrical animated short "Bone Trouble"; "Old Yeller: Remembering a Classic"; Conversations with Tommy Kirk; "Dogs!"; Lost Treasures - "Ranch of the Golden Oak"
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/15/2005
  • UPC: 786936283945
  • Source: Walt Disney Video
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 3:08:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 8,404

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Tommy Kirk Travis Coates
Kevin Corcoran Arliss Coates
Dorothy McGuire Katie Coates
Fess Parker Jim Coates
Technical Credits
Robert Stevenson Direction
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Old Yeller/Savage Sam
1. Opening Credits/"Old Yeller" [2:26]
2. Cash Money [4:18]
3. That Old Stray [3:22]
4. "Looks Like We've Got Us a Dog" [7:24]
5. Old Yeller and the Bear [7:02]
6. Mr. Searcy and Elizabeth Visit [10:14]
7. A New Calf [4:51]
8. Mr. Sanderson's Dog [7:31]
9. Hog Tracks [10:17]
10. On the Mend [5:36]
11. A Mad Wolf [6:25]
12. "He Was My Dog" [5:54]
13. It's Not a Thing You Can Forget [6:10]
14. Young Yeller [2:13]
1. Opening Credits/Bacon & Mush [11:14]
2. Uncle Beck [13:20]
3. "A Mite o' Company" [11:41]
4. Captured! [6:27]
5. Where's 'Ol Jumper? [9:30]
6. The Cavalry [6:55]
7. Travis Escapes [5:28]
8. "Come On, Sam" [9:46]
9. A Tail [7:53]
10. The Other Side of the Hill [7:36]
11. The Rescue [5:13]
12. Back at the Ranch/End Credits [8:18]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Old Yeller/Savage Sam
   Old Yeller: Play
   Old Yeller: Scene Selection
   Savage Sam: Play
   Savage Sam: Scene Selection
   Set Up
      Audio Options
         English
         French - Old Yeller Only
         Spanish
      Captions & Subtitles
         Captions: English for the Hearing Impaired
         Subtitles: French - Savage Sam Only
         Subtitles: None
      Register Your DVD
   Sneak Peeks
      Play All
      Lady and the Tramp
      Antarctica: The Journey Home - Glory Road
      Toy Story 2
      Valiant
Disc #2 -- Old Yeller/Savage Sam: Special Features
   Bone Trouble
   Old Yeller: Remembering a Classic
   Dogs!
   Lost Treasures
   Disney Studio Album
   Conversations With Tommy Kirk
   Old Yeller Production Archive
      Production Gallery
      Galleries
         Production Stills
         Publishing
         Biographies
            Chuck Connors
            Beverly Washburn
            Tommy Kirk
            Kevin Corcoran
            Dorothy McGuire
            Fess Parker
         Documents
            Fan Letters
            Invitations
            Pressbook
         Screenplay Excerpt
      Advertising
         Lobby Cards
         Posters
         Merchandise
         Radio Spots
            #1 Spot
            #2 Spot
            #3 Spot
            #4 Spot
            #5 Spot
         Trailers & TV Spots
      News Segment: Old Yeller Memorial
      Audio Archives
         Sound Studio: Travis Meets Yeller
            A1: Final Composite
            A2: Dialogue
            A3: Effects
            A4: Music
         Sound Studio: Bear Attack!
            A1: Final Composite
            A2: Dialogue
            A3: Effects
            A4: Music
         Foley Demonstration
         Story Album
      Best Doggone Dog in the World
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