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The best of Lassie

Author: Jon ProvostJune LockhartHugh ReillyHollingsworth MorseHarold ShumateAll authors
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Golden Books Family Entertainment ; N.Y. [i.e. New York], N.Y. : Sony Wonder, [1997]
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : English
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The Whopper: Mrs. Martin worries about the "tall tales" Timmy has been telling and explains the damage that can be caused by seemingly harmless "whoppers." Timmy promises to stop telling "big ones." The very next day, however, he and Lassie discover a neighbors' house on fire and no one will believe him. Lassie manages to convince the grownups that there really is danger as the story comes to an exciting climax.
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Genre/Form: Drama
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Jon Provost; June Lockhart; Hugh Reilly; Hollingsworth Morse; Harold Shumate; Robert Golden, producer.; William Beaudine; Joanne Court; Lassie Programs, Inc.; Golden Books Family Entertainment (Firm); Sony Wonder (Firm)
OCLC Number: 37366427
Notes: Videocassette release of 2 c1959 episodes from the television series Lassie "never before released on video."
Credits: Director of photography, Kenneth Peach (1st work), Charles Van Enger (2nd work) ; film editor, Monica Collingwood (both works).
Cast: Jon Provost, June Lockhart, Hugh Reilly.
Description: 1 videocassette (approximately 55 min.) : sd., black and white ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS (extended play).
Contents: The whopper / directed by Hollingsworth Morse ; written by Harold Shumate --
The eagle / directed by William Beaudine ; written by Joanne Court.
Other Titles: Lassie (Television program)
Responsibility: produced by Robert Golden ; a Jack Wrather production ; Lassie Programs, Inc.

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The Whopper: Mrs. Martin worries about the "tall tales" Timmy has been telling and explains the damage that can be caused by seemingly harmless "whoppers." Timmy promises to stop telling "big ones." The very next day, however, he and Lassie discover a neighbors' house on fire and no one will believe him. Lassie manages to convince the grownups that there really is danger as the story comes to an exciting climax.

The eagle: Lassie and Timmy take a hand in helping nature when they see a man steal an egg from an eagle's nest and replace it with a goose egg, which the eagle hatches. When the eagle can't teach her gosling to fly, Timmy and Lassie take it back to the Martin farm. How the eagle hovers protectively over thte Martin farm to supervise the raising of her gosling by the real mother provides a thrilling series of events.

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