While surfing on YouTube, which I tend to do once, or twice every second hour, I came across this golden moment of Canadian film-making, which marked the return of Jim Davis to Canada, to star in a dog show project. This time, a 1963 episode of the original "Littlest Hobo" series, entitled 'Double Cross'.

Arthur Gottlieb and his group may not have been involved specifically with the making of the series. Doubtlessly there would be crew members involved who worked with Gottlieb on "Last Of The Mohicans', as at the time, the film-making pool in Canada was relatively small.

I have added links to all three parts of the half-hour episode, which I hope you find as funny as I do. I have to remark on the resemblance of the 'Double Cross' bad guy to Joe Flaherty's SCTV character "Big Jim McBob", of the Farm Film Celebrity Blow-Up segments. Besides the dog, Davis is clearly the best actor in the piece. The storyline is very Wolf Dog-like and the over-acting (something stage-trained Canadian thespians were especially prone to) is typical for the time.

Please let me know if you found this entertaining and if you find any more interesting online links to do with Wolf Dog, don't hesitate to let me know! Keep on keeping on and Happy Wolf Dogging!