A Boy And His Dog Movie Review

In the future, your dog will tell you how to survive. Or at least, Don Johnson's dog will, in this camp, cult, sci-fi classic (which takes place after World War IV). While it's still a bit racy, it's tame enough now for the whole family!

Cast & Crew

Director : L.Q. Jones

Producer :

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A Boy And His Dog Rating

" Good "

Rating: R, 1975

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