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THE SILENT CALL

Joe Besser's autobiography indicates that he was cast as 'Art,' the next-door-neighbor. A different actor appears in that role. If the discrepancy was due to the role being recast, Joe's book makes no mention of the change. Joe Besser does not appear in the final cut of this film.

A young boy's dog is left behind with a neighbor, when a Nevada family moves away to Los Angeles. Their 12-year-old son is heartbroken, and so is his dog Pete. Poorly treated by his new master, Pete runs away, determined to travel 600 miles to find his young owner. This family film relates the dog's adventures with the strangers he meets in rural settings and towns along the way.

 


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Featuring
Joe Besser (Solo)
Release Date
July 01, 1961
Studio
20th Century-Fox
Production Type
Feature Film
Duration
62.9 min.
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