Bombshell. (USA 1933) Blonde bombshell Lola Burns (Jean Harlow) is a famous movie star, but she doesn't have it easy. First, her freeloading, drunken father and her rowdy brother are always embarrassing her by making public spectacles of themselves...
Director: Victor Fleming. Cast: Jean Harlow, Lee Tracy, Frank Morgan etc. 95 min, b/w.
The Shaggy Dog. (USA 1959) Filled with impossible situations and hilarious gags, this comic allegory follows the adventures of Wilby Daniels (Tommy Kirk) after he finds an ancient mysterious ring and unintentionally casts a hex on himself and turns into a huge sheepdog...
Director: Charles Barton. Cast: Fred MacMurray, Jean Hagen, Tommy Kirk, Annette Funicello etc. 104 min, b/w and color..

Please Don't Eat the Daisies. (USA 1960) In this delightful comedy, New York theater critic Lawrence Mackay has his hands full when he puts the bright lights of Broadway behind him and moves to a country house...
Director: Charles Walters. Cast: Doris Day, David Niven, Jansi Paige etc. 111min, color..

Billie. (USA 1965): Duke at the height of her TV cuteness stars as an natural athlete. But in the days before there was a WNBA to root for, she gets nothing but grief from beaus and parents just because she's better than the boys...
Director: Don Weis. Cast: Patty Duke, Jim Backus, Jane Greer etc. 87 min, color.

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (USA 1968): Van Dyke's charming as a daydreaming inventor who fixes up an old jalopy and, with the vivid imaginations of his two children and a lady friend, it is transformed into a flying, floating wonder car that carries them to a magical kingdom... (OES Edison).
Director: Ken Hughes. Cast: Dick Van Dyke, Sally Ann Howes, Lionel Jeffries etc. 148 min, color.

Serpico. (USA 1973) Shot on location on New York’s energetic and crime-filled streets, Sidney Lumet’s SERPICO, based on Peter Maas's book, is a rousing portrait of courage in the face of insidious corruption, initiating a motif that Lumet would continue to mine in PRINCE OF THE CITY...
Director: Sidney Lumet. Cast: Al Pacino, Tony Roberts, John Randolph etc. 129 min, color.

Digby - The Biggest Dog in the World. (UK 1974) After his already enormous sheepdog laps up a bowl filled with a secret growth formula, the animal's hapless owner really has his hands full... (OES Digby).
Director: Joseph McGrath. Cast: Jim Dale, Spike Milligan, Milo O'Shea etc. 88 min, color.

The Shaggy D.A. (USA 1976) Wilby Daniels is running for district attorney. Unfortunately, Wilby is also the victim of a strange ancient curse that transforms him into a fluffy sheepdog at the worst possible times...
Director: Robert Stevenson. Cast: Dean Jones, Suzanne Pleshette, Tim Conway, George Kirby as Dog Character Voice, etc. 91 min, color.

Gator. (USA 1976) Action-packed sequel to the popular film, "White Lightning." Now Gator is working with the authorities in their attempt to nab some corrupt politicians...
Director: Burt Reynolds.Cast: Burt Reynolds, Jack Weston, Lauren Hutton etc. 116 min, color.

Private Benjamin. (USA 1980) After Judy Benjamin's husband dies on their wedding night, the ditzy Jewish American Princess decides to enlist in the army...
Director: Howard Zieff. Cast: Goldie Hawn, Eileen Brennan, Armand Assante etc. 100 min, color.

Il Bisbetico domato. (Italy 1980) Comedy. History of the forty-year farmer - the obstinate bachelor avoiding not only technical innovations, but also a fine floor and nevertheless got under charms of a beauty Louise.
Director: Castellano and Pipolo. Cast: Adriano Celentano, Ornella Muti, Edith Peters etc. 95 min, color.

Labyrinth. (USA 1986) This modern-day fairy tale examines a girl's coming-of-age after her terrible wish comes true...and she is forced to set matters right again...
Director: Jim 'The Muppets' Henson. Cast: David Bowie, Jennifer Connelly, Toby Froud etc. 101 min, color.

The Return of the Shaggy Dog. (USA 1987) TV-ver. - The Shaggy D.A.
Director: Stuart Gillard. Cast: Gary Kroeger, Todd Waring, Michelle Little etc. 100 min, color.

The Little Mermaid. (USA 1989). Is Disney's animated version of the Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale about a mermaid who falls in love with a handsome ...
107 min, color.

Hook. (USA 1991) Story of Captain Hook and Piter Pan.
Director: Steven Spielberg. Cast: Dustin Hoffman, Robin Williams, Julia Roberts etc.144 min, color.

The Naked Gun 2 1/2: The Smell of Fear. (USA 1991) Comedy from Lt. Frank Drebin...
Director: David Zucker. Cast: Leslie Nielsen, Priscilla Presley, O.J. Simpson etc. 85 min, color.

HouseSitter. (USA 1992) Romantic comedy about New England architect who meets energic woman who moves into the dream home he'd intended for another woman and starts acting as Mrs. The OES is a pet of architect and wanders around now and then.
Director: Frank Oz.Cast: Steve Martin, Goldie Hawn, Dana Delany etc. 102 min, color.

The Shaggy Dog. (USA 1994, TV) Remake film 1959. 
Director: Dennis Dugan. Cast: Ed Begley Jr., Sharon Lawrence, Jon Polito etc. 95 min, color.

Speechless. (USA 1994) Romantic comedy about a couple who falls in love without knowing that they work for opposite political candidates in senate race.
Director: Ron Underwood. Cast: Michael Keaton, Geena Davis, Christopher Reeve etc. 98 min, color.

North. (USA 1994) Not so highly valued drama about a eleven-year-old boy who's convinced his folks don't appreciate him, goes to court and wins the right to choose new parents. Finally boy finds ideal mom and dad, who have an OES (of course, how else it could be an "ideal" home as a pet.
Director: Rob Reiner. Cast: Elijah Wood, Bruce Willis (Narrator), Jason Alexander, Julia Louis-Dreyfus etc. 88 min, color.

101 Dalmatians. (USA 1996). Remake comedy about famous W. Disney animation with live actors. There is also (animated) OES in the original animation film One Hundred and One Dalmatians (USA 1961), having more important/sympathetic role as in this new one.
Director: Stephen Herek. Cast: Glenn Close, Jeff Daniels etc. 103 min, color.

Cats and Dogs. (USA 2001). Whereas, while humanity sitting nearly the fireplace with a cat in they lap or playing on a lawn in front of they hous with dogs, as it proved for a long time they (dogs and cats) wage the very true war for the world domination.
Director: Laurence Guterman. 103 min, color.

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