10 stories of cute puppies on the small screen

10 stories of cute puppies on the small screen
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Following the list of movies made with the subject of the favorite dog will be the movie called Isle of Dogs by Wes Anderson.

As the most loyal and intimate animal to humans, dogs are often chosen as the main characters in movies. And if you are a dog lover, you can feel the love your puppies have when loved and protected.

Here is a list of 10 cute puppies that can not be melted. If you love the cute puppies do not ignore these movies offline!

10 stories of cute puppies on the small screen

1. Lady and the Tramp (1950)

Famous for spaghetti pasta.

Escaping from a house after an event, her petty doggy meets the wandering dog. Dog love continues to be challenged by street troubles.

Although it became a box office phenomenon when it debuted in 1950, Lady and the Tramp was criticized by contemporary critics. But they have misjudged the vitality and influence of the film.

Today, Lady and the Tramp is one of only two animated films, along with Beauty and the Beast, to reach the American Film Institute’s 100 Best Films. In particular, the pair of puppies kissing unexpected kisses while eating spaghetti became one of the romantic moments on the silver screen.

2. 101 Dalmations (1961)

Puppies Watch TV for the First Time

Although Cruella De Vil starred in the 1996 live-action film Cruella De Vil, the version worthy of mention was the original 1961 animated film.

In the film, the villain famous to steal 101 mottled dog skinned as a gown. With the help of animal friends, the Pongo and Perdita puppies led the puppies through a spectacular escape.

3. The Fox and the Hound (1981)

The Fox and the Hound is another Disney pearl that has been tested for some time. The film tells the story of Tod and the dog Copper playing himself since childhood. Separated for a while, the two meet again in the face of a misunderstanding. Will friendship in the past help them overcome challenges?

Not just a touching animated film, The Fox and the Hound is a controversial allegory about the prejudice of society that has made people of different races and classes hate each other in consciousness.

4. White Fang (1991)

Trailer White Fang.

White Fang is the name of the wolf hybrids in the Jack London classic of the same name. In the film version, actor Ethan Hawke plays Weedon Scott, an explorer during the rush to find gold.

By love, he tamed White Fawn and saved him from many mortal battles. In return, Scott received the absolute loyalty of the wild dog.

5. Air Bud (1997)

The film tells the boy Josh shy, do not dare to play with friends in the basketball team has become familiar with the golden dog Buddy. The talent and patience of a special friend has inspired Josh.

When Buddy was kidnapped by the evil old owner, Josh had to find a way to rescue his dear friend.

6. Marley & Me (2008)

Marley was adopted

Based on the memoir by John Grogan of The New York Times, the film tells the story of a Marley dog ​​adopted by a couple. Although extremely mischievous and cause a lot of trouble, Marley has linked family members through the ups and downs in life.

Not only remind us of the role of animal friends in the family, the end of Marley & Me also make the audience is not touched and just want to hug tight dog to his heart.

7. Hachi: A Dog’s Tale (2009)

The scene in Hachi: A Dog’s Tale.

The true story of the dog Hachiko loyal to the master even when he was dead, the whole of Japan shakes and was re-screened on the big screen. In 2009, Americans remake this work with Richard Gere as a professor of love.

One day, on the way home, he caught a puppy like Japanese home and decided to bring home. He named his uncle Hachi – symbolized by the number 8 on the neck. Since then, every day, Hachi sent him away to work at the station and waited until he came back in the afternoon.

Until one day, I do not see the familiar shadow of the boss anymore. But the strange thing is that Hachi patiently waited, day after day, year after year, steadfastly at that position at the station.

8. Frankenweenie (2012)

Trailer Frankenweenie.

Tim Burton’s third animated film, inspired by Frankenstein, features a unique storyline. Featuring Burton’s freakish gothic style, Frankenweenie is both creepy and cute and convey a lot of meaning.

After the death of his dog, Sparky, Victor Frankenstein determined to revive his loyal friend. The secret was revealed after Sparky fled the house, leading to much trouble for Victor.

9. The Secret Life of Pets (2016)

Trailer The Secret Life of Pets

Illumination’s animated cartoon exploits the pet’s delightful world after owners leave home. The story center is Max – the puppy must learn to live with his new dirty Duke.

After being caught by the animal control team, Max and Duke are rescued by Snowball – the rabbit leading an abandoned “pet” army is preparing for a revolt. The two brothers must find a way out of their blood. In the meantime, good friends from neighboring countries are also looking for the missing ones.

10. Isle of Dogs (2018)

Trailer Isle of Dogs.

Second cartoon after Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009) and the return movie after the success of The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014), Isle of Dogs is a highly anticipated work by director Wes Anderson.

Set in the post-apocalyptic Japan, the Isle of Dogs revolves around five Chief Dogs, Rex, Boss, Duke and King living on isolated islands after a “dog flu” outbreak. They are bored with life until the boy Atari Kobayashi arrived here looking for the dog Spots.

The film opens at the Berlin Film Festival on March 23rd.

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