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Lassie

- Noun

A young girl; a lass.


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    Lassie

    Lassie is a fictional character created by Eric Knight. She is a female Rough Collie dog, and is featured in a short story that was later expanded to a full-length novel called Lassie Come-Home . Knight's portrayal of Lassie bears some features in common with another fictional female collie of the same name, featured in the British writer Elizabeth Gaskell's 1859 short story "The Half Brothers." In "The Half Brothers", Lassie is loved only by her young master and guides the adults back to where two boys are lost in a snowstorm.

  • Lassie (1954 tv series)

  • Lassie (season 8)

    This is a complete Lassie. Created by Robert Maxwell, Lassie premiered on CBS on September 12, 1954, where it aired for seventeen seasons, before moving to first run syndication for its final two seasons. The final episode of the series aired on March 24, 1973. Maxwell also acted as the show's producer until 1957, when Jack Wrather purchased the production company and show. He would be the show's producer for the rest of its run. The series continued to air in rerun syndication, off and on, for another fifty years. In syndication, the episodes in which Lassie was paired with the Miller family were often aired under the name Jeff's Collie, while the years with the Martin family were sometimes aired under the name Timmy and Lassie.

  • Famous Dog Lassie

    Famous Dog Lassie

    Famous Dog Lassie (名犬ラッシー, Meiken Rasshī) is a 1996 Japanese anime series produced by Nippon Animation as the 23rd entry of the World Masterpiece Theater staple. The anime is based on the 1940 novel Lassie Come-Home by Eric Knight and also the second animated Lassie series ever produced, since Lassie's Rescue Rangers .

  • Flashy Lassie (horse)

    Flashy Lassie (horse)

    Flashy Lassie is a racing horse owned by Barry L. King. She was bred by Hugh G. King & Mrs. Hugh G. King and sired by Flashy Bull with Lemon Pop Lassie as the dam.

  • George Miller (Lassie)

    George Miller (Lassie)

    Lassie is an American television series that follows the adventures of a female Rough Collie dog named Lassie and her companions, both human and animal. The show was the creation of producer Robert Maxwell and animal trainer Rudd Weatherwax and was televised from September 12, 1954, to March 25, 1973. The fifth longest-running U.S. primetime television series after The Simpsons , Gunsmoke , Law & Order and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit , the show ran for 17 seasons on CBS before entering first-run syndication for its final two seasons. Initially filmed in black and white, the show transitioned to color in 1965.

  • Paul Martin (Lassie)

    Paul Martin (Lassie)

    Paul Martin is a fictional character on the long-running television series Lassie (1954–1973). Paul is a farmer, and the husband of Ruth, a housewife. The couple are adoptive parents of Timmy, a foster child living on a small farm in the American midwest that the couple purchase. Paul is depicted as a sober, industrious, brave, and intelligent man who attends church, is a volunteer firefighter, and a member of the Grange. In the show's fourth-season episode "The Ring", his uncle, Petrie Martin of Millvale, Pennsylvania, joins him on the farm to help with the work.

  • Challenge to Lassie

    Challenge to Lassie

    Challenge to Lassie is an American drama directed by Richard Thorpe in Technicolor and released October 31, 1949, by MGM Studios. It was the fifth feature film starring the original Lassie, a collie named Pal, and the fourth and final Lassie film starring Donald Crisp.

  • My Bonnie Lassie

    "My Bonnie Lassie" is a popular song, by Roy C. Bennett, Sid Tepper, and Marion McClurg.

  • Lassie (season 10)

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