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The Great Rupert (1950) was a Comedy - Family Film directed by Irving Pichel and produced by George Pal.

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This was the first feature length film for producer George Pal.
The stop-motion animation used in creating the illusion of a dancing squirrel (Rupert) was so realistic that director George Pal received many inquiries as to where he got a squirrel that was trained to dance.
Terry Moore's career was so hectic during this period that she claims that she didn't see this film until over 35 years later when Marjorie Durante, Jimmy's widow, ran a private print for her.
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Also directed by Irving Pichel




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Also released in 1950




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