||Brownie the bear, Sunny Howard and Laddie the dog.
Frame enlargement: Silent Era image collection.
Also known as A Bear, A Boy and A Dog in the USA
B&W : Two reels
Directed by Bert Van Tuyle + [Nell Shipman]
Cast: Sunny Howard [Henry, the boy], Margaret Mann [his mother], [?] ? [his aunt], [?] ? [Cousin Willie], [?] ? [Judge Stowell], [?] ? [the neighbor lady], [?] ? [the animal keeper], Nell Shipman [the woman with the dog reward], Brownie the bear [Brownie], Laddie the dog
Nell Shipman Productions, Incorporated, production; distributed by F.B. Warren Corporation. / Produced by W.H. Clune. Scenario by Nell Shipman, from a screen story by Nell Shipman. Photography (cinematography) by J.B. Walker (Joseph Walker). Intertitles by [?] Nell Shipman? Edited by Nell Shipman. Presented by W.H. Clune. / © 25 September 1921 (as A Bear, A Boy and A Dog) by W.H. Clune [LP17006]. Released [?] late 1920, 11 or 25 September 1921? / Standard 35mm spherical 1.33:1 format. / The production was shot at Sycamore Grove Park, California. The film was rereleased as A Bear, A Boy and A Dog by the F.B. Warren Corporation on 11 September 1921.
Survival status: Print exists in the Library of Congress film archive (American Film Institute collection).
Current rights holder: Public domain.
Keywords: Animals: Bears, Dogs - Children - Criminals: Thieves - USA: California: Sycamore Grove Park
Listing updated: 10 April 2011.
References: Film credits, film viewing : LoC-MoPic-2 p. 50; Shipman-Silent p. 196 : Website-IMDb : with additional information provided by D.J. Turner.
Home video: DVD.