1966 – The Ugly Dachshund

★★★☆☆ USA. 1h33m. Comedy. Directed by Norman Tokar. Written by Albert Aley (screenplay) and Gladys Bronwyn Stern (“The Ugly Dachshund”). Cinematography by Edward Colman. Edited by Robert Stafford. Music by George Bruns. Starring Dean Jones, Suzanne Pleshette, Charlies Ruggles, Kelly Thordsen, Parley Baer, Robert Kino, Mako, Charles Lane.

A story about a Great Dane who believes he is a dachshund. Produced by Walt Disney Productions, the film was based on a 1938 novel by Gladys Bronwyn Stern. It was one of several light-hearted comedies produced by the Disney Studios during the 1960s.