Red Dog's story continues

 
September 19th, 2016
Red Dog

The trailer for the Red Dog prequel Red Dog: True Blue was released last week. 

Australia’s favourite dog is back in  the prequel to the 2011 classic Red Dog.

Director Kriv Stenders, producer Nelson Woss and writer Daniel Taplitz reunited for the new film in the remote setting of the original – the Pilbara region of Western Australian.

Based on the 2002 short novel by Louis de Bernieres, Red Dog became one of the highest-grossing Australian films of all time, raking in $21 million at the box office. It’s also the country’s highest-selling movie on DVD.

The new film traces the origins of the lovable Kelpie who became a urban legend in Western Australia’s Pilbara region in the 1970s.

Known as “The Pilbara Wanderer”, Red Dog spent much of his life master-less and wandering through the Pilbara’s mining communities.

Check out the trailer below.


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  1. Shana Henke says:

    We have a kelpie x,and if my teenage daughter isn’t spending time with her dog..I just put on the red dog movie soundtrack…the guilt kicks in,as they look very similar…he gets her fullattention for at least an hour…lol some would call it manipulation..I call it get Sam guilty she not with her red dog,never fails,she can’t help it even when she knows what I’m up to…so thanks red dog…haha