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A Boy and His Dog

A Boy and His Dog(1974)

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  • LQ Jones

    • TGLyons63
    • 9/16/13

    Been a fan of LQ for years as an actor but never knew of his writing and directing ventures.

  • A Classic, Quirky movie

    • Jody
    • 9/13/13

    This is one of the most unusual movies I've ever seen. The thought that an entire society could evolve underground after a nuclear holocaust is intriguing. Seeing Don Johnson just before he gained fame in Miami Vice is wonderful. I knew the moment I saw him in this film that he had something special. I'm not sure if it is intended, but the film has some rather funny moments. Perhaps the idea of a society that has lost it's ability to reproduce is at fault for that, but it works none the less. One of my all time favorites and it is rarely broadcast. Take advantage and watch this wonderful movie. It will stay in your mind for sure.

  • A Boy and His Dog (1975)

    • James Higgins
    • 4/15/10

    Imaginative sci-fi story, rather quirky and unusual. The admire the creativity involved in it's production and story. It could have been a little more creative on the feel for the future though, there is no question the hairstyles and clothing are very mid 1970's. The cast does well. Worth watching once anyway.

  • ME, AND A BOY AND HIS DOG

    • JJD
    • 2/18/09

    I SAW THIS FILM AT AN ART HOUSE FOR RARE MOVIES, AND IT AMAZED ME, IT WAS SO SURREAL. SEEING A YOUNG DON JOHNSON IN A CONTRASTING PART TO HIS ROLE IN MIAMI VICE---A BOY TALKING TO HIS DOG! AND THE ENTICING GIRL IS HOT....OF COURSE, BUT THE UNDERGROUND PEOPLE ARE LIKE THE MOLE PEOPLE.

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    • pat
    • 11/21/07

    I have to say that it was fun being in a film as a highschool student. we were in the high school band who were used as the marching band and alot of the extras in the park. most of us were unable to see the film when it came out because they were underage for the R rate ing it was given. the Stars were very Nice to us kids and it took most of the Night to film (as we were rookies). park was in Ventura. Calif. and the band was Camarillo High School with the 1973 award winning group. that my brother and I were a proud part of. I have only seen this movie once because it is very hard to find. this film was fun!

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