Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero
- 1hr 25m
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Some quotes are humorous, but the feature itself is true story in ye 1910's.
I love the characters and that it was based on a true story
At 75 minutes, the resulting feature is the definition of slight, but just winsome and optimistic enough to justify itself.
Much like the way that Stubby was often underestimated before he found his calling, I came into this film not expecting how much I would appreciate a more thoughtful use of animation to tell an engaging story.
Stubby hardly shies away from the tough realities of what was known as the War to End All Wars, and it feels both proficiently documented and generally credible, even if it’s hard to believe that a dog did everything you see happening on screen.
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Movie Info & Cast
- Logan Lerman
- Helena Bonham Carter
- Gérard Depardieu
- Jordan Beck
- Jim Pharr
- Jason Ezzell
- Guillaume Sentou
- Christophe Lemoine
- Nicholas Rulon
Did You Know?
- Officially endorsed by the United States World War I Centennial Commission.
- In one of the later scenes, they show an envelope that is addressed to a town in Connecticut. In that address, it shows a 5-digit ZIP Code. However, the movie is set during World War I and ZIP Codes weren't used until 1963.