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Old YellerThe film tells a story of a 15-year-old boy Tommy Kirk who must manage the family farm without his father. One day, he angry with his younger brother because of the appearance of a frisky stray dog, however, in no time everyone loves the dog.Keywords:
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Directors of "Old Yeller"Robert StevensonBirthdate: 31 March 1905, Buxton, Derbyshire, England, UK
Creators of "Old Yeller"Fred GipsonBirthdate: 7 February 1908, Mason, Texas, USAWilliam TunbergBirthdate: 12 April 1905
Critic Reviews of "Old Yeller"TIME MagazineMarch 09, 2009
It comes from Disney's thoroughly proved mother lode: movies for the kids that adults will stay to enjoy themselves.New York TimesMarch 25, 2006
Sentimental, yes, but also sturdy as a hickory stick.Common Sense MediaDecember 26, 2010
Tearjerker is one of the best early Disney dramas.TV GuideMarch 09, 2009
Disney Studios' first and best attempt at a boy-and-his-dog film...Old School ReviewsMarch 03, 2007
Everyone sheds tears for this family dramaDVDTalk.comNovember 13, 2005
Every bit the warm, comfortable, and tragically bittersweet classic that had you sobbing like a infant the first time you saw it.Kansas City KansanDecember 28, 2004
Classic Disney tearjerker still grabs.Decent Films GuideNovember 22, 2004
What makes Old Yeller more than run-of-the-mill Disney is not only the gut-wrenching climax, but also the remarkably well-done uplift of the denouement.Movie MetropolisMay 22, 2002
Of all the boy-and-his-dog movies Hollywood's ever made, "Old Yeller" remains among the best.Filmcritic.comMay 12, 2002
In 84 minutes we'll find out what taunting wild hogs'll get ya!Internet ReviewsJanuary 01, 2000
Director Robert Stevenson understands how lightweight the first part is and never tries to make it seem more important that it is. His saves the energy and emphasis for the last act.
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