In the beginning of the XXXXXX the XXXXX XXXXXX comes across a slain XXXX XXXX mother and six XXXXXXX. The initial order is to kill the puppies so no more dire wolves exist in the XXXXXXX but the children take it as a sign since the XXXXX XXXXX emblem is a XXXX. The five XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXX get a XXXX XXX each and later a XXXXXX XXXXX is found, a XXXX, which is given to XXXX XXXX (the XXXXXXX son). Continue reading XXXX of XXXXXXX – XXXX Wolves
FX’s new series, Wilfred, starrs Elijah Wood as Ryan, Fiona Gubelmann as Ryan’s neighbor, Jenna, and Jason Gann as Jenna’s dog, Wilfred. The series starts off with Jenna in a hurry and asks Ryan (who recently lost his job and tried to kill himself the night before – too bad the pills were all placebos) to watch her dog, Wilfred, while she’s at work.
Of course, it doesn’t take that long to realize that Wilfred is not a real dog but a grown man in a dog costume. The point of the series is that Ryan is the only person who sees this, everyone else sees a normal dog (as far as we can tell). Continue reading Wilfred
The 1980’s trilogy, “Back two the Future” featured to friends, Dr. Emmet Brown (Christopher Loyd) and Marty McFly (Michael J Fox) and their adventures as they travel in time, mess things up, and then try to fix the timeline (as best as they can). Continue reading Back to the Future (Einstein and Copernicus)
In the beginning of the series the Stark family comes across a slain dire wolf mother and six puppies. The initial order is to kill the puppies so no more dire wolves exist in the kingdom but the children take it as a sign since the House Stark emblem is a wolf. The five legitemate children get a wolf pup each and later a sixth puppy is found, a runt, which is given to John Snow (the bastard son). Continue reading Game of Thrones – Dire Wolves
From 1974 to 2000 there was a series of movies starring a small yet lovable mixed breed dog named Benji. While each movie was unique, they all had a similar theme – the dog was always at the right place at the right time (to save people, set things right, and so on).
The first Benji was discovered in an animal shelter in Burbank, CA by trainer Frank Inn, named Higgins. He was allegedly a miniature poodle, miniature schnauzer, and cocker spaniel mix. When the movie was cast Higgins had already established himself as a dog actor. In the mid-1960s Higgins had roles in Petticoat Junction and Green Mile TV series. In 1971 he starred in the film, “Mooch Goes to Hollywood”. Frank Inn was convinced to bring Higgins out of retirement for the 1974 film, Benji when Higgins was 15 years old but that didn’t stop old Higins from doing all of his own stunts. Higgins died on November 11, 1975 and his ashes are buried with his owner, Frank Inn.
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