Dog Of Flanders

Theatrical Release: August 27, 1999
DVD Release: August 27, 1999
Dog Of Flanders
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Synopsis

A slight retooling of the Ouida classic novella (here, we get a happy ending), about a 19th century artistic boy raised by his grandfather when his husband less mother dies.

Dove Review

Life-lessons abound in this boy-and-his-dog tale, including: never underestimate the power of love; never hate; your talents are God-given; and always reach for the stars. The dog is a bit of a dud, but the film really isn’t about him, but rather about the boy discovering that despite life’s challenges, love is ultimately undefeated. This well-told story presents some touching moments and a respect for God. I found it most enjoyable.

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Info

Company: Warner Brothers
Writer: Kevin Brodie
Director: Kevin Brodie Brodie
Producer: Frank Yablans
Genre: Drama
Reviewer: Phil Boatwright