One of those typically brilliant Walt Disney psychological metaphors—an anxious teenager (Tommy Kirk) finds a magic ring that turns him into a big, lovable mutt, which is one way of solving your problems with acne and girls. This 1959 film was Disney's first live-action comedy; it isn't good, but it's certainly mythic. Charles Barton (Abbott and Costello's favorite) directed; with Fred MacMurray, Jean Hagen, and Annette Funicello. 104 min.
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