Saving Shiloh, a Dale Rosenbloom/Carl Borack production ; produced by Carl Borack, Dale Rosenbloom ; screenplay by Dale Rosenbloom ; directed by Sandy Tung
The work Saving Shiloh, a Dale Rosenbloom/Carl Borack production ; produced by Carl Borack, Dale Rosenbloom ; screenplay by Dale Rosenbloom ; directed by Sandy Tung represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Portland Public Library.

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  • mI_bV9v-Fu8
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  • True
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  • Saving Shiloh, a Dale Rosenbloom/Carl Borack production ; produced by Carl Borack, Dale Rosenbloom ; screenplay by Dale Rosenbloom ; directed by Sandy Tung
Main title
  • Saving Shiloh
Responsibility statement
  • a Dale Rosenbloom/Carl Borack production ; produced by Carl Borack, Dale Rosenbloom ; screenplay by Dale Rosenbloom ; directed by Sandy Tung
Language
  • eng
Summary
  • This is the third in a series of films about a boy and his dog, his family, and the mean man next door who isn't so mean, if you get to know him. When an abandoned car is discovered and the driver is reported missing, people immediately begin to suspect that Judd had something to do with it. Later, when the missing driver turns up dead--he was last seen arguing with Judd in a bar--most of the townspeople are ready to convict Judd on general principles. Marty believes in him, and his dad backs him up: Judd is a troubled man, but certainly not a killer. Can a bad person truly change, as long as people give him a chance to do so?
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  • videorecording
Intended audience
  • MPAA rating: Rated PG for thematic elements and mild peril
OCLC Number
  • 69660701
Runtime
  • 90
Table of contents
  • Credits -- Judd's gift -- Abandoned car -- Returning the favor -- Shiloh's discovery -- Right thing to do -- Judd's memories -- Grandma's memories -- Missing overnight -- Murder suspect -- Being neighborly -- Good find deed -- How much people mean -- Robberies and gossip -- Disturbances after dark -- Fugitive hideout -- Captured -- Judd's misstep -- Different side of Judd -- Rescuing Dara Lynn -- Saving Shiloh -- Bridge crossed -- End credits
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  • general
Technique
  • live action
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