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I am Legend and All Dogs Go To Heaven 1 & 2 are my favorites.

I like The Hills Have Eyes, unfortunately one of the GSDs gets killed but the other one survives and attacks the bad guys.

I also liked K9 and Bolt.

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"The dog" (1976), i think in USA was "A dog called vengeance". I saw this one many years ago and i was totally impressed with the dog determination. I dont know how it would be nowadays

The other one is a beautiful story: "My dog Tullip"


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All the K-9 movies especially k-911 although the first k-9 and k-9 PI were great. Wow not a GSD but I love Balto. I loved Rin Tin Tin series from the 80's. Hate it when any dog dies in a movie and that is why I've only watched the first 20 to 25 minutes of I am Legend.
I realize most GSDs dont live up to Hollywood scripts but I still love Lassie and Homeward Bound and the one where the kid is shipwrecked w/ his lab and the kid gets rescued but has to to leave the dog behind and somehow the pup makes it home. Yea I know totally unrealistic but dang I love ones where the dog lives.

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There was a dog in Radio Flyer? Wow. I don't even remember the dog but it was a strange unsettling movie.

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There was a dog in Radio Flyer? Wow. I don't even remember the dog but it was a strange unsettling movie.
He was a major character of the show. Constantly loyal to the children protecting them from local bullies and alcholic step father. One point he looked dead and the children thought so top very upsetting. Just before Robby was about to take off "The King" came by to beat them up. Fortunately, Shane attacked the bad guy and saved the day. Then robby tooknoff never to be seen again. Although would send postcards.
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Yesterday i saw this one: "Red dog". Itīs based on an Australian leyend.
not a GSD, but a very beautiful story for dog lovers.



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Yesterday i saw this one: "Red dog". Itīs based on an Australian leyend.
not a GSD, but a very beautiful story for dog lovers.

Yupp I know that movie. Such a moving story. Marley & Me is also a very good movie. Cried both while watching the movie and reading the book. I don't know about gsd movies though. Never watched one centered around it.

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