In 1957 Disney released his film Old Yeller based on the hit children's book just out the previous year -- it starred Fess Parker, Dorthy McGuire, Tommy Kirk and Kevin Corcoran as The Coates family
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Disney's "Old Yeller" Actor Kevin Corcoran Passes Away at 66
Kevin Corcoran, the former Disney star and youngest brother in the 1957 classic "Old Yeller" has passed away at age 66. He lost a 5 year battle with colorectal cancer in Burbank California.
Movie #9: Mars Needs Women
Welcome to Sci-Fi 100! 100 Sci-Fi movies in 100 days! "Mars Needs Women" (1967) is a made-for-TV movie written & directed by Larry Buchanan, a director that made many sic-fi & horror TV movies in his career such as "Zontar: The Thing From Venus" & "Curse of the Swamp Creature." The film stars Tommy Kirk, who starred in the 1956 "Hardy Boys" TV series as well as "Old Yeller" "The Shaggy Dog" & "The Absent Minded Professor." He did a lot of Disney movies & TV shows. The Female Lead in the film…
Old Yeller (1957)
Why it's depressing: After Old Yeller gets rabies, Travis is forced to shoot and kill his beloved dog.Why it's not a total bummer: Travis adopts Old Yeller's puppy, which he names Young Yeller. But whatever, Young Yeller will die eventually, too. Everything is terrible.
Old Yeller is a 1957 Walt Disney Productions film starring Tommy Kirk, Dorothy McGuire, and Beverly Washburn, and directed by Robert Stevenson. It is about a boy and a stray dog in post-Civil War Texas. It is based upon the 1956 Newbery Honor-winning book of the same name by Fred Gipson, who also cowrote the screenplay with William Tunberg. Its success led to a sequel, Savage Sam, adapted from another Gipson book. 1 Plot 2 Differences from the book 3 Cast 4 Gallery 5 External links During…
A Blog for the Dogs: 15 Top Dogs in TV, Film & Literature
It’s no secret around HPB Corporate that I’m a dog-lover. And luckily, the company I work for is as well. If you didn’t know, most Half Price Books stores are dog-friendly, as is our corporate offi…