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"Red-dog" a.k.a. "Red Dog" is a 2011 Australian family film directed by Kriv Stenders and produced by Nelson Woss and Julie Ryan. The film is based on a true story from the novel Red Dog by Louis de Bernieres about Red Dog. At the 2011 Inside Film Awards, Red Dog was nominated in nine categories and won seven, including best feature film. The film was also nominated for seven AACTA Awards and won for Best Film.
- also known as 紅狗背包客
- country: Australia
- languages: English Language, Serbian language, Italian Language, Polish Language, Russian Language
- producers: Nelson Woss & Julie Ryan
- executive producers: Su Armstrong & Aaron Ryder
- production design by Ian Gracie
- art direction by Tuesday Stone
- written by Louis de Bernières & Daniel Taplitz
- based on a story by Louis de Bernières
- Josh Lucas as John
- Rachael Taylor as Nancy
- Noah Taylor as Jack
- Keisha Castle-Hughes as Rose
- Luke Ford as Thomas
- John Batchelor as Peeto
- Tiffany Lyndall-Knight as Patsy
- Eamon Farren as Dave
- Rohan Nichol as Jocko
- Arthur Angel as Vanno
- Loene Carmen as Maureen
- Costa Ronin as Dzambaski
- Shingo Usami as Ray
- Yure Covich as Sandanski
- John Leary as Barry
- Brett Heath as Sam-man
- Koko as Red Dog
- casting by Christine King
- cinematography by Geoffrey Hall
- edited by Jill Bilcock
- music by Cezary Skubiszewski
- costume design by Marriott Kerr
- genres: Family, Comedy, Drama
- rating: PG (USA)
- released in (4 years ago)
- AACTA Award for Best Direction nomination for Kriv Stenders
- AFI Members' Choice Award nomination for Nelson Woss & Julie Ryan
- AACTA Award for Best Film nomination for Julie Ryan & Nelson Woss
- AACTA Award for Best Adapted Screenplay nomination for Daniel Taplitz
- AACTA Award for Best Cinematography nomination for Geoffrey Hall
- AACTA Award for Best Editing nomination for Jill Bilcock
- AACTA Award for Best Original Music Score nomination for Cezary Skubiszewski
- AACTA Award for Best Production Design nomination for Ian Gracie
- AFI Members' Choice Award, received by Nelson Woss & Julie Ryan
- AACTA Award for Best Film, received by Nelson Woss & Julie Ryan
- official website: www.reddogmovie.com
- "Red-dog" a.k.a. "Red Dog" is a short novel by Louis de Bernières charting the life of a popular dog, a "Red Cloud Kelpie" nicknamed Red Dog, in Karratha, Western Australia. A movie based on the novel was filmed in Australia in 2011.
- language: English Language
- genre: Fiction
- released in (14 years ago)
- "Red-dog" a.k.a. "Red Dog" is a Mowgli story by Rudyard Kipling.
- "Red-dog" a.k.a. "Red Dog" is a short story by Nancy Gillespie and a collection of anecdotes and poetry written by several people of the Pilbara region, chronicling the life and travels of the Red Dog. Colonel Cummings is documented as the Red Dog's original owner, and later John Stazzonelli took ownership before dying in a motorcycle accident. The Red Dog, not knowing that Stazzonelli had died, went looking for him across Western Australia's Pilbara region. Gillespie channelled part of the sales of this book to The Karratha Rotary Club to say thank-you for their help in making the book possible. Pictures of the Red Dog are featured in the book, including a map charting the many places the Red Dog had visited.
- language: English Language
- author: Patrick Lane
- genre: Non-fiction
- released in (32 years ago)
- "Red-dog" a.k.a. "RED DOG" is a book by Bill Wallace.
- Red-dog a.k.a. Red Dog is a fictional character from the 2011 film Red Dog.
- Red-dog a.k.a. Red Dog is a fictional character from the 1975 film Shampoo.
- Red-dog a.k.a. Red Dog is a character from the G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero toyline, comic books and cartoon series of the 1980s.
- "Red-dog" a.k.a. "Red Dog" is a musical single of Damon Wilber.
- released in (20 years ago)
- "Red-dog" a.k.a. "Red Dog" is a musical album of Dingle.
- Red-dog a.k.a. Ed White was an actor.
- Red-dog a.k.a. Jim Muir is a skateboarder.
Red-dog a.k.a. Red Dog, California: Red Dog was a California gold rush mining town located in the Gold Country in south-central Nevada County, California, United States, 6 mi northeast of Chicago Park. Red Dog Hill, a mine and campsite, was founded by three men all under the age of 22, and was named by their youngest, a 15-year-old prospector. As mining operations grew, the campsite became a settlement, and then a town with a population of 2,000 residents, before it was eventually abandoned. Still considered important today, Red Dog Townsite is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Red Dog has been noted for its unusual place name.
- Red-dog a.k.a. The dhole is a canid native to Central and Southeast Asia. Although genetically close to dogs of the genus Canis, it is morphologically distinguished by its distinctive skull and teeth. During the Pleistocene, the dhole ranged throughout Asia, Europe and North America, but became restricted to its historical range 12,000-18,000 years ago.
- also known as Asiatic Dog, Red Dog, Indian Wild Dog, Asiatic Wild Dog
- Red-dog a.k.a. Red Dog was a Kelpie/cattle dog cross that was well known for his travels through Western Australia's Pilbara region. There is a statue in his memory in Dampier, which is one of the towns to which he often returned. He is frequently referred to as a "Red Kelpie" or a "Red Cloud Kelpie".
- Red-dog a.k.a. Red dog, also known as red dog poker or yablon, is a game of chance played with cards. It is a variation of acey-deucey or in-between. While found in some land casinos, its popularity has declined, although it is featured at many casinos online. Confusingly, there are other card-based games of chance by the same name that are unrelated to the rules described here.
- Red-dog a.k.a. Red Dog is a beer produced by the Miller Brewing Company and is part of their Plank Road Brewery Family. The beer contains 4.8% Alcohol by volume. Red Dog was introduced in 1994 and is brewed with two barley malts and five varieties of American hops. "Plank Road Brewery" was the name of Frederick Miller's first brewhouse in the 19th century. The Plank Road name was resurrected in the 1990s to sell Icehouse and Red Dog as a more premium beer under a different name, so as not to directly associate them with Miller Brewing. Although popular during the mid-to-late 1990s, Red Dog faded into near-obscurity after the turn of the 21st century. However, since 2005 it has been returning to stores in a current price segment between Miller High Life and Milwaukee's Best.
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