List of Movies Made With German Shepherd Dogs in Them Below...and there were/are a LOT MADE!
So you think you have a Star, one that could be in Movies, the next Rin Tin Tin, a beautiful dog that could be posing for Advertisements, or doing Commercials on Television. You might. But in "the business" you really have to prove yourself and your dog. Your dog has to be like an Actor or Actress in the past where they had to be able to sing and dance and play musical instruments and most of all look good....I miss THOSE type of Actors and Actresses!
In other words, pick up a thick Trick Book. After your dog can perform every trick inside that book very well, find an Agent.
German Shepherd Dogs (GSD or GSDs) were especially popular after WWI. In the 1950's and 1960's many American's owned GSDs, so Companies took advantage of this and used GSD photos and drawings in their advertisements. I am sure that many, Many, MANY, GSD owners like me, think that their dogs are smart enough, gorgeous enough, trained well enough, to become Stars....in commercials, movies, you name it. The problem is today, it is not as easy to break the barriers. Now days they tell you that you and your pet must have an agent. Agents are not inexpensive and most have too many clients. Many are just out after the buck and do not even campaign your dog for you. So before you run off and hire an agent for your dog, or other pets, do your homework. Talk to other clients of that agent you are thinking about hiring. There is still a lot of that "who you know", and "in the right place at the right time".
One way to make your dog a Star is to make your own video and post it on the Internet. Let people know it is there and enjoy all the "hits" and nice comments you will receive.
Roy Roger trained his own dog, Bullet, who starred in more than just his Movies and TV Show. Bullet Shown Here in this video of an old Gaines Dog Food Television Commercial. Bullet was also in Coloring and Comic Books as well as his shape was made into toys.
Did you know? Roy Rogers trained his own horses and dogs to do the Trick Work they did. Roy Rogers was a Recorded Singer, Actor, Trainer, Stunt Man. He met Dale Evans while working on a Movie.
In our modern times we had/have Whiplash the Border Collie and the Monkey the Rodeo Entertainment that were seen in Taco John's TV Commercial.
I do not know this dog or monkeys names, in this old photo shown here, but you can see the old, "Nothing is new under the sun." Saying recorded being said by Solomon, from the Old Testament in the Holy Bible.
This is the fist of what we hope becomes many of our own GSD Dogs in a little video. They are just less than 13 weeks old here. We had had a Blizzard the week before and then rain, rain, rain, and more rain. Deron actually carried me, the props, the camera and the chair we set the camera up on, over to the ONE dry area we have on 161 acres! The puppies were a bit distracted since we had not worked them outside in a while, and had not worked them on or with the Hoop, Tunnel or Tires for well over a week. But it was time to get it all on film, well, not all, they actually do a few more little tricks but were a bit too distracted. We hope you will <click> "like" our video.
THIS IS A (partial, I am sure) LIST OF MANY OF THE MOVIES THAT GERMAN SHEPHERD DOGS STAR OR HAVE PARTS IN
A DOG'S BEST FRIEND: 1960 A DOG'S TALE: 1999 ACE OF HEARTS: 2008 ADVENTURES OF RUSTY: 1945 ATTA GIRL KELLY!: 1967 ATOMIC DOG: 1998 AZIT, THE PARATROOPER DOG: 1972 BABY REX: 1997 BEVERLY HILLS CHIHUAHUA: 2008 BEVERLY HILLS CHIHUAHUA 2: 2010 BAD MOON: 1996 BRING HIM HOME: 2000 BUCK AND THE MAGIC BRACELET: 1997 CALL OF THE YUKON: 1938 CALL OF THE WILD: 1993 CHIPS THE WAR DOG: 1993 COURAGE OF THE NORTH: 1935 DANNY BOY: 1946 DEVIL DOG: 2007 DEVIL DOG; THE HOUND OF HELL: 1978 DOGBOYS: 1998 EYES OF THE NIGHT: 1942 FANGS OF THE ARCTIC: 1953 FINDING RIN TIN TIN: 2007 FIVE AND THE SPIES: 1969 HIS MASTER'S VOICE: 1925 HOW WONG FEI HUNG VANQUISHED THE FEROCIOUS DOG IN SHAMIAN: 1956 I AM LEGEND: 2007 INSIDE INFORMATION: 1934 JAWS OF JUSTICE 1933 K-9: 1989 K-9000: 1989 K-9: P.I.: 2002 K-911: 1999 KAZAN: 1949 KAZAN: 1995 KELLY AND ME: 1957 KLONDIKE FEVER: 1980 LAW OF THE WOLF: 1939 LEGEND OF THE NORTHWEST: 1964 LIONS FOR BREAKFAST: 1974 LONE WOLF: 1972 LOVE LEADS THE WAY: 1984 MOONWOLF: 1959 MY DOG BUDDY: 1960 MY DOG SHEP: 1946 MY PAL WOLF: 1944 NORTHWEST TERRITORY: 1951 POLICE DOG: 1955 POLICE DOG STORY: 1961 ORPHANS OF THE STREET: 1938 RADIO FLYER: 1992 RAIN: 2001 RED RIDING HOOD: 1987 RUSTY LEADS THE WAY: 1948 SCENT OF DANGER: 2002 SHEP COMES HOME: 1949 SIGN OF THE WOLF: 1941 SMOKE: 1970 SPOILERS OF THE PLAINS: 1951 THE BIG CAT: 1949 THE BILLION DOLLAR HOBO: 1974 THE BRAIN FROM THE PLANET AROUS: 1957 THE BREED: 2006 THE CALL OF THE WILD: 1972 THE CALL OF THE WILDERNESS: 1926 THE COURAGE OF RIN TIN TIN: 1957 THE COURAGE OF KAVIK THE WOLF DOG: 1980 THE FLAMING SIGNAL 1933 THE GREAT ADVENTURE: 1975 THE HILLS HAVE EYES: 2006 THE LAW'S LASH: 1928 THE LITTLEST HOBO: 1958 THE PARIS CONSPIRACY: 1991 THE RETURN OF GREY WOLF: 1926 THE RETURN OF RIN TIN TIN: 1947 THE SIGN OF THE CLAW: 1926 THE SILENT CALL: 1921 THE TEST: 1935 THE PACK: 1977 THE RETURN OF BOSTON BLACKIE: 1927 THE YOUNG THE BRAVE: 1963 TORCHY GETS HER MAN: 1938 TOPA TOPA: 1937 TRACKED: 1928 TRACKED BY THE POLICE: 1927 TRAILING THE KILLER: 1932 UNDERDOG: 2007 UNDER THE BLACK EAGLE: 1928 WAR DOGS: 1942 WE THINK THE WORLD OF YOU: 1988 WHEN LIGHTING STRIKES: 1934 WHERE THE NORTH BEGINS: 1923 WHITE DOG: 1982 WHITE FANG: 1936 WHITE FANG: 1973 WILDERNESS: 2006 WOLF DOG: 1958 WOLFHEART'S REVENGE: 1925 WON TON TON, THE DOG WHO SAVED HOLLYWOOD: 1976
MORE MOVIE GSDs ARE IN COMING SOOOOOONNNN....start looking for these movies to watch with your own GSD and Popcorn! WHILE MY LIST IS PROBABLY INCOMPLETE WE HOPE YOU ENJOY 'POURING OVER IT'.
TV SHOWS THAT GERMAN SHEPHERD DOGS HAD/HAVE PARTS IN
HOGANS HEROES: KELLY: ROY ROGERS AND DALE EVENS: HAD THEIR GSD, BULLET, ON THEIR TV SHOW WEEKLY (Roy did ALL of his own animal training) RIN TIN TIN: THE LITTLE'S HOBO: Canadian
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-- The Working German Shepherd Dogs Team Mon, 16 Sep 2013 12:14:29 -0400
Get out with your dog. GSD are great backpacking dogs, but should not be overpacked. Keep their loads down to about 12% of their body weight. You will not find a better \trail mate\ than a GSD that loves you! You will also be safer in camp with your GSD along on your trip.