A Fuller Criterion Dept.


Criterion did it again. Namely, they rescued a movie that's been out of circulation since it was filmed: Samuel Fuller's controversial White Dog. Previously only available in (bad) import editions and (even worse) bootlegs, this didn't even make it into theaters when it was first filmed. Nifty trivia: Curtis Hanson adapted the story from Romain Gary's novel, which was based on his own experiences with a dog he picked up.


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