Son of Lassie

Synopsis: Laddie (Son of Lassie !) and his master are trapped in Norway during WW2 - has he inherited his mothers famous courage ?
Director(s): S. Sylvan Simon
102 min

Hey, come here!

- Are you hurt?

- Look at him!

Let go! Let go!

You tiger!

Let go!

Your papa's drawers! Stop him! Stop him!


Oh, my present.

- What is it?

- Well, it- It was a cake.

My first.

You baked it?

With my own fair hands. Look at them.

Still, it- It was worth it.

I've been trying to get

into this position for months.

- Sorry.

- Oh, Joe.

What am I going to do about you?

I'm sorry. Laddie ran off with my father's

drawers, and I tried to stop him.

Are you going to talk

about your father's drawers or me?

- You do like me, don't you?

- I...

- Of course I do.

- Then why don't you say it?

A man doesn't say everything he feels,

does he?

Yes, in wartimes,

and when he's going away.

- But I'm only off to school, and besides-

- "Besides" what?

Well, it wouldn't be proper.

"Proper is proper," as my father says.

Ask your grandfather.

Grandfather's 60,

and he's not going to risk his life.

You're 17, and you are going to risk yours.

So it's your right to decide.

Will you leave that dog alone?

Laddie, lie down!


I suppose he's trained to do that?

No, Priscilla. He's mixed up.

It's clever of him, but it's my fault...

...because one day he was chewing at my

trousers, and I told him to L-I-E D-O-W-N.

L- I-A-R!

Please, Priscilla, pull it up.


For pity's sake! Bloomers start rumors!

I was just showing Joe what fine,

straight legs his children are going to have.

Hang their little legs!

Pull your skirt up. Be quick about it.

Hello? A military car.

At last, I'm called up!

Must have been that last letter

I wrote to the prime minister.

- Good morning, I'm the Duke of Rudling.

- Major Ellison. This is Captain Graves.

- How do you do? This is a happy day.

- Thank you, sir.

Among your letters, we find

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