Top 5 Dog Movies

Looking to reminisce on some of your favorite childhood movies? Here is a list of our top 5 favorite dog movies for you to rewatch or share with your kids! 

Fluke (1995)

Workaholic Thomas P. Johnson (Matthew Modine) has achieved professional success at the expense of his family life, having neglected his wife, Carol (Nancy Travis), and son, Brian (Max Pomeranc). After Johnson wrecks his car in a dangerous street race with co-worker Jeff Newman (Eric Stoltz), he finds himself watching his own funeral. Returning to Earth as a dog, Johnson finds his family and struggles to have a positive influence on their lives -- in spite of his canine form.

Old Yeller (1957)
When his younger brother adopts a frisky lop-eared stray, 15-year-old Travis (Tommy Kirk), acting like the man of the house, tries to shoo him away. But Old Yeller soon proves anything but “yellow” when he protects the family farm and saves Travis’s life. Old Yeller is a post civil war Texan based movie that is sure to move you. This 1957 American drama produced by Walt Disney was based on the Newbery Honor winning book Old Yeller.

Beethoven (1992)
Family patriarch and workaholic George Newton wants nothing to do with the St. Bernard puppy that comes stumbling into his home, but how can you resist this face? Eventually Beethoven wins the heart of George and the rest of the family as he helps them overcome some unforeseen problems.

All Dogs Go To Heaven (1989)
In this animated musical set in 1930s New Orleans, a German Shepard named Charlie dies suddenly, but he's sent straight back to earth with direction that if he can perform one more good dead, he'll be sent to heaven. Watch Charlie's attempt to rescue a young orphan to earn his wings.

Balto (1995)
Actor Kevin Bacon voices the determined Siberian husky in this film, who leads his dog sled team on a journey to save the lives of those affected by the deadly diphtheria epidemic sweeping through his community. The only serum to alleviate the disease is in Anchorage, Alaska, so Balto and his team race to save the lives of hundreds.

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