This movie is rated #1 by an IMDb user for the ten best B-movies ever. There are some humorous elements of this film. It was created about 2 years before “Blair Camera All Over The Place” so it’s a good film to study regarding some basics in steady watchable film making, angles, dialog, plot, sound effects. In the film Wally’s dog is abducted by “gangsters” that believe that Wally robbed them. Wally does what it takes to track down and find his dog. There are some quirky twists and elements of surprise. There’s no computer graphics so the plot relies on good story telling and imagery. It’s a pretty rough quality and certainly dated and amateurish by today’s standards but it’s worth a look.
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