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White DogThe film centers on Julie Sawyer and her white dog. After the dog prevents a criminal from killing her, she uncovers that her dog is trained to attack black skin. Will the trainer can change the dog?Keywords:
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Directors of "White Dog"Samuel FullerBirthdate: 12 August 1912, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA
Creators of "White Dog"Romain GaryBirthdate: 8 May 1914, Vilna, Russian Empire [now Vilnius, Lithuania]Samuel FullerBirthdate: 12 August 1912, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA
Critic Reviews of "White Dog"David Keyes Cinemaphile.orgDecember 22, 2014
The central motive of the movie plays like a tragic melody.Ryan Gilbey New StatesmanApril 03, 2014
The film has a TV-movie cheesiness overruled by Fuller's expert deployment of the camera, brisk pacing and committed performances.Brian Juergens CampBlood.orgMarch 26, 2010
A misunderstood masterpiece - not just a poignant movie about racism, but also a stellar example of how genre film can be effectively used to address a society's ills.Paul Brenner Filmcritic.comDecember 31, 2008
one film that will never make it into the Animal Planet lineup.Fernando F. Croce Slant MagazineDecember 12, 2008
Hate is a dog from hell in White Dog, Samuel Fuller's abused and abandoned late-career masterpiece about homegrown racism.Rob Gonsalves eFilmCritic.comApril 09, 2007
A simply told story that says more about racism than many NAACP-approved films.Dennis Schwartz Ozus' World Movie ReviewsOctober 12, 2006
Compelling oddball thriller about a racist dog who only attacks blacks is directed by the always interesting Sam Fuller.Phil Hall Film ThreatJune 16, 2006
As they say in Arkansas: this dog don't hunt.Doug Cummings FilmjourneyMay 14, 2005
A powerful, inspired critique of racism, tapping into the relationship between humans and animals in a way that places it within the ranks of cinematic masterpieces...Jeffrey M. Anderson Combustible CelluloidMay 22, 2004
There is no excitement to these scenes -- which is as it should be. The filming is sparse, with no clutter.Shane Burridge rec.arts.movies.reviewsMay 17, 2004
Sat on the shelf at Paramount for ten years... and was not shown in U.S. cinemas until it received retrospective festival screenings.
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