Big Red (1962)


Dog owner James Haggin buys “Big Red,” an Irish setter, for a large sum in hopes of making him a champion show dog. However, Big Red is unruly and does not take to being handled. At this point, Haggin meets Rene, an orphan boy who needs work, and makes him Big Red’s trainer. The two get along so well that Haggin fears the dog will not listen to anyone else. He tries to separate them, but the bond between Rene and Big Red has become too strong.

Director: Norman Tokar.
Writers: Jim Kjelgaard (novel), Louis Pelletier.
Stars: Walter Pidgeon, Gilles Payant, Émile Genest, Janette Bertrand, Georges Bouvier, Doris Lussier, Rolland Bédard, Teddy Burns Goulet.


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One Comment

  1. John Easterling
    December 11, 2022

    This is a film depicting a kind and gentle salut to a time when there was a code of honesty and a desire to work hard. It was heart warming and beautiful. Et comme je peux comprendre le francais de plus, c’est vraiment super.

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