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A Film for the Family Goodbye My Lady


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Feature films selected for the occasion - at home with the family - this week starring
Walter Brennan , Brandon de Wilde with Phil Harris , Sidney Poitier
A young orphan, living with his uncle in the Mississippi swamp-land, trains a dog he finds running wild .and discovers that it is a rare African hunting dog called a Basenji.
Screenplay by SID FLEISCHMAN
Based on the novel by JAMES STREET Directed by WILLIAM A. WELLMAN


Unknown: Walter Brennan
Unknown: Brandon de Wilde
Unknown: Phil Harris
Unknown: Sidney Poitier
Play By: Sid Fleischman
Novel By: James Street
Directed By: William A. Wellman
Uncle Jesse: Walter Brennan
Skeeter: Brandon de Wilde
Cash Evans: Phil Harris
Gates: Sidney Poitier
Grover: William Hopper
Bonnie Dew: Louise Beavers

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A Film for the Family Goodbye My Lady

BBC One London, 4 January 1970 14.30

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