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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

Hound-Dog Man (1959) DVD-R

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Quick Overview

Starring Fabian, Stuart Whitman, Carol Lynley, Arthur O'Connell, Dodie

Stevens, Betty Field, Claude Akins, Edgar Buchanan

Directed by Don Siegel



Print: color

Runtime: 87 min.

Genre: drama

Print Quality: B



A rustic drama set in the early 20th century, Hound Dog Man is the simple

story of a young man, Spud Kinney (Dennis Holmes) constantly in hot

water for disobeying his mother (Betty Field). The lad should be watching

the family farm, but he falls in with his older brother, Clint (pop music's

teen heartthrob Fabian), and his reckless buddy Blackie Scantling (Stuart

Whitman) who take him hunting in hillbilly country. The boy falls in love

with a beautiful mountain girl (Carol Lynley), while Blackie has his own

fling with another attractive hillbilly maiden, Nita Stringer (Dodie

Stevens), and then becomes mixed up with an older, married woman,

Sussie Bell (Margo Moore). Not much else happens, but perhaps not

much else is needed. This leisurely little film represents the film debut of

Fabian, who not unexpectedly sings several songs (some written by

another teen idol, Frankie Avalon). Lynley and Whitman would team up

again several years later for the much underrated Shock Treatment.

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Starring Fabian, Stuart Whitman, Carol Lynley, Arthur O'Connell, Dodie
Stevens, Betty Field, Claude Akins, Edgar Buchanan
Directed by Don Siegel

Print: color
Runtime: 87 min.
Genre: drama
Print Quality: B

A rustic drama set in the early 20th century, Hound Dog Man is the simple
story of a young man, Spud Kinney (Dennis Holmes) constantly in hot
water for disobeying his mother (Betty Field). The lad should be watching
the family farm, but he falls in with his older brother, Clint (pop music's
teen heartthrob Fabian), and his reckless buddy Blackie Scantling (Stuart
Whitman) who take him hunting in hillbilly country. The boy falls in love
with a beautiful mountain girl (Carol Lynley), while Blackie has his own
fling with another attractive hillbilly maiden, Nita Stringer (Dodie
Stevens), and then becomes mixed up with an older, married woman,
Sussie Bell (Margo Moore). Not much else happens, but perhaps not
much else is needed. This leisurely little film represents the film debut of
Fabian, who not unexpectedly sings several songs (some written by
another teen idol, Frankie Avalon). Lynley and Whitman would team up
again several years later for the much underrated Shock Treatment.

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