Starring “London” as Hobo
Filmed in Canada, THE LITTLEST HOBO TV series was originally broadcast in 1963 in black and white, aired for three seasons and then made a noteworthy comeback to even heavier syndication in 1979, this time in color. The show was so popular that it ran until 1985. THE LITTLEST HOBO was one of the few shows on TV to feature something other than a human regular as the star. That unique star – a profoundly intelligent stray German shepherd named Hobo (real name – London) wanders around helping people resolve their crises, and leaving them forever changed in the process. Boundless warmth, humor and suspense combine to make this 12 episode TV collection involving a captivating canine’s adventures, a remarkably touching and memorable experience for the entire family. Featuring the theme song “Road Without End”
1963 | 300 min | B&W & Color | 1.33:1/4×3 | Dolby Digital | All Region | NR
- The first three episodes in the series are available in color for the very first time!
- As a bonus, the theme song from the series, Road Without End by Ronald Stein and sung by Randy Sparks, is available as a separate selection
Herb Vigran, Keenan Wynn, Henry Gibson, Ray Ballard, Jim Davis, Harry Townes, Carol Hill, Nita Talbot, Richard Rust, Ellen CorbyDirected by