Through an ancient spell, a boy changes into a sheepdog and back again. It seems to happen at inopportune times and the spell can only be broken by an act of bravery....
"I was a Teen-age boy!"
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Did You Know?
As a kind of product placement for Walt Disney
's associate publisher Dell, a character is seen reading a comic book of Uncle Scrooge 18. This issue, cover-dated June 1957, features the Carl Barks
-written adventure "Land of the Pygmy Indians." See more
The basement window is hinged at the bottom and is open at the top into the room. Then, when Shaggy/Wilby goes through the window, it is hinged at the top and opens outward on the bottom. See more
There is nothing wrong with girls; they're character building.
This film is also available in a computer colorized version, but because it was made for syndicated TV in the 1980s, it is 10 minutes shorter than the original theatrical cut. See more
Featured in The Barefoot Executive
The Shaggy Dog
Written by Hazel George
(as Gil George) and Paul J. Smith
(as Paul Smith) See more