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Digby, the Biggest Dog in the World (1973)





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The exploits of the title sheepdog provide the basis of this family-oriented comedy fantasy. Digby started out as an ordinary puppy but then one day got in to a bowl full of Project X, a special formula meant to grow larger vegetables. As he galumphs along in the countryside causing all kinds of trouble, the Army decides to blow the big woofer to kingdom come. Fortunately for Digby, his devoted owner is frantically searching for the serum that will save him. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi


Dinsdale Landen
as Col. Masters
Victor Spinetti
as Prof. Ribart
Harry Towb
as Ringmaster
Bob Todd
as The Great Manzini
Victor Maddern
as Dog-Home Manager
Frank Thornton
as Estate Agent
Bob Stewart
as Train Driver
Henry McGee
as TV Announcer
Milo O'Shea
as Dr. Jameson
Richard Beaumont
as Billy White
Sandra Caron
as General's Aide
Edward Underdown
as Grandfather
Ben Aris
as Army Captain
Sheila Steafel
as Control Operator
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Audience Reviews for Digby, the Biggest Dog in the World

A great family film about a loveable sheepdog called Digsby who mistakenly eats some special growth potion and becomes the biggest dog in the world. Films like this are not made anymore, full of innocence and happiness and it would make sense that this film gets remade because seeing the huge Digby is pretty well done, even for an old film, and would be great in 3D for the kids. As it is this reminds me that 3D is ot the saviour for movies as sometimes the classics are simply better.

Ian Walker
Ian Walker

Super Reviewer


Good family entertainment.

Anthony Valletta
Anthony Valletta

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