Greyfriars Bobby

Greyfriars Bobby


Reviewed by: JessPeeps (aged four)

Bobby the doggy is my favourite. I went to the big cinema in Edinburgh (the one with Giraffes outside) and we walked in on a red carpet and some people took pictures of us. Then we went in and sat down and lots of other boys and girls and people in suits were there. Then Bobby came in and sat near us. He was lovely and very well behaved!

We all watched the film and Bobby was great in the film, too! He was really clever and made the cow go back into its bed! A little boy helped look after Bobby, especially when his owner went away and was buried in the church.

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THEN they sent Bobby to Dunbar, but he came back through the mountains and was frightened by some salmon when he was crossing the river. All the people in the film except two nasty men loved Bobby and visited him at the churchyard, especially on Sundays.

It was lovely to see the film, but it was a bit loud for me and I covered my ears up lots! I want to get the DVD so I can see it again.

Reviewed on: 11 Feb 2006
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Story of the little dog with the big heart.
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Director: John Henderson

Writer: John Henderson, Richard Matthews, Neville Watchurst

Starring: Oliver Golding, James Cosmo, Greg Wise, Gina McKee, Ardal O'Hanlon, Kirsty Mitchell, Christopher Lee, Sean Pertwee

Year: 2005

Runtime: 104 minutes

BBFC: PG - Parental Guidance

Country: UK


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