which lassy movie is the one with the little person?
You know, he was a traveling man and had a little border terrier I thing? He did puppet shows for little kids and traveled. Lassy eventually joined him,and he was killed by like two hobos who said he was " a leperchaun" because they thought he would have money. it was very sad but It was also my favorite lassy movie, because he was nice, and i loved his little doggy.
- DeeDeeLv 78 years agoFavorite Answer
LASSIE (2006) starring Samantha Morton, Peter O’Toole, John Lynch, and Steve Pemberton -- all have prominent parts, and there are great cameos including Kelly Macdonald (Trainspotting) as an avid dog-lover and Peter Dinklage (Station Agent) as a traveling dwarf performing puppet shows.
Mom Sarah (Samantha Morton), dad Sam (John Lynch) and their son Joe (an adorable Jonathan Mason) live in an English coal town shortly before the Second World War. To put food on the table, Lassie is sold to The Duke of Rudling (Peter O'Toole) for his granddaughter, Cilla. Soon the Duke and Lassie retire to Scotland, some 500 miles away, but neither distance, status, an angry kennel man, nor bumbling dog catchers will keep Lassie from Joe. Along the roads and hills of England (with Ireland scenery subbing in), Lassie touches many folks including a lovelorn lady (Kelly MacDonald), a scientist (Edward Fox), and most notably, a traveling performer (Peter Dinklage).
It's available on Amazon.com here: http://www.amazon.com/Lassie-Widescreen-John-Lynch...Source(s): http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0431213/
- Andy WebbLv 68 years ago
There have been a few version of Lassie over the years so it may appear in others as well but that deifinitely appears in the 1943 movie "Lassie Come Home": http://www.themoviescene.co.uk/reviews/lassie-come...