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Son of Lassie (20-Apr-1945)

Director: S. Sylvan Simon

Writer: Jeanne Bartlett

Musical Score: Herbert Stothart

Producer: Samuel Marx

Keywords: Outdoor Adventure, WWII, Dog, Lassie

Stowaway collie Laddie and his master Joe are on a reconnaissance flight over Nazi-occupied Norway when their aircraft is shot down. Joe tries to evade the Nazis but nobody has clued in the dog. First sequel to Lassie Come Home (1943), with the beautiful outdoor scenes filmed at Banff National Park in Canada.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Leon Ames
Actor
20-Jan-1902 12-Oct-1993 Character actor, a SAG founder
Nils Asther
Actor
17-Jan-1897 13-Oct-1981 The Single Standard
Nigel Bruce
Actor
14-Feb-1895 8-Oct-1953 Played Rathbone's Dr. Watson
Donald Crisp
Actor
27-Jul-1880 25-May-1974 Silent film actor, survived into talkies
Peter Lawford
Actor
7-Sep-1923 24-Dec-1984 Rat Pack member
June Lockhart
Actor
25-Jun-1925   Mom on Lassie, Lost in Space
Terry Moore
Actor
7-Jan-1929   Come Back, Little Sheba

CAST

Starring
Peter Lawford   ...   Joe Carraclough
Donald Crisp   ...   Sam Carraclough
with
June Lockhart   ...   Priscilla
Nigel Bruce   ...   Duke of Radling
William "Billy" Severn   ...   Henrik
Leon Ames   ...   Anton
Donald Curtis   ...   Sgt. Eddie Brown
Nils Asther   ...   Olav
Robert Lewis   ...   Sgt. Schmidt
Lassie   ...   Herself
Laddie   ...   Himself
Fay Helm   ...   Joanna
Peter Helmers   ...   Willi
Otto Reichow   ...   Karl
Patricia Prest   ...   Hedda
Terry Moore   ...   Thea
Leon Tyler   ...   Arne
Lotta Palfi Andor   ...   Old Woman
Eily Malyon   ...   Washwoman

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