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The Ugly Dachshund

DVD cover
Directed by Norman Tokar
Produced by Walt Disney
Winston Hibler
Written by Novel:
Gladys Bronwyn Stern
Screenplay:
Albert Aley
Starring Dean Jones
Suzanne Pleshette
Charlie Ruggles
Music by George Bruns
Cinematography Edward Colman
Editing by Robert Stafford
Distributed by Buena Vista Pictures
Release date(s) United States 16 February 1966
Running time 93 min.
Country United States United States
Language English

The Ugly Dachshund (1966) is a Walt Disney Productions feature film starring Dean Jones and Suzanne Pleshette in a story about a Great Dane who believes he's a dachshund. Based on a 1938 novel by Gladys Bronwyn Stern, the film was written by Albert Aley and directed by Norman Tokar. The Ugly Dachshund was one of several light-hearted comedies produced by the Disney Studios during the 1960s.

Plot and cast

Fran Garrison (Suzanne Pleshette) loves her dachshund Danke and the dog's three puppies. One day, her husband Mark (Dean Jones) brings home a Great Dane puppy—the gift of veterinarian Dr. Pruitt (Charlie Ruggles)—and Mark names the dog Brutus. The dog grows up with Fran's dachshund puppies believing he is one of them. The dachshunds are mischievous creatures and lead Brutus through a series of comic misadventures with a policeman being chased up a tree, Mark's studio being splattered with paint, and a garden party being turned topsy-turvy. Fran wants Mark to remove Brutus from the house once-and-for-all but when Brutus saves her favorite puppy Chloe she changes her mind. Mark and Fran enter their dogs in a dog show with Brutus meeting others of his breed. He finally learns to be a Great Dane. Cast includes Kelly Thordsen as Officer Carmody, Parley Baer as Mel Chadwick, Robert Kino as Mr. Toyama, Mako as Kenji, and Charles Lane as a Judge.

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