Based on the legendary true story of the Red Dog who united a disparate local community while roaming the Australian outback in search of his long lost master.

[last lines]
Nancy: [to Red Dog] You stay, boy. You stay here. You're home now.
Vanno: The world is a funny place, no? Sometimes you pick your dog. Sometimes your dog picks you.
John Grant: [to his bus passengers] Did you see that?
Vanno: Red Dog...
John Grant: Well, he almost got run over.
Peeto: Nah. He was hitchhiking, mate.
Vanno: Once you picked him up, he remembers, and thinks it's his right to demand a ride anytime.
Peeto: Pushy bloke. No doubt about it.
John Grant: He only does that to people he knows?
Jocko: Of course not. Just the ones he likes.
Peeto: What makes you think that the girl wants a skinny yank like you when us real blokes are here?
John Grant: I bathe.
Mrs. Cribbage: [having answered a knock at the door]
Mr. Cribbage: Who was it?
Mrs. Cribbage: Everyone.
Peeto: We've had a vote on it, and the shop steward agrees, that if you mention Bruzzi
Vanno: Abruzzi
Peeto: again, the ski patrol has permission to slit your throat.
Jack: [beginning his tale] Back in the mean old days when men were men, dogs were dogs - rougher, harder, brighter, redder...

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