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working like a dog

asked Aug 28, 2015 in Name That Documentary by paul morphy (3,811 points)
sorry this should say name that film
Dog and documentary make me think of "Mondo Cane" aka "A Dog's World" (1962), but that's not likely, is it?

Another doggy doc (sort of) is "Un Chien Andalou, or An Andalusian Dog" (1929).

"Steptoe"? I've heard of "Steptoe and Son", but that's a TV series.

No! I see that they did make two films.
From Wikipedia:
 In 1972 a film adaptation of the series, "Steptoe and Son", was released in cinemas, with a second, "Steptoe and Son Ride Again", in 1973.
sorry too have been too cryptic. Steptoe was played by Wilfrid brambell and appeared in the film in question. the film title is also a song which contain line I,ve been working like a dog.

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I noticed that actor and immediately thought of him as Paul's grandfather in~ta daaaaa~

"A Hard Day's Night" (1964)

This is another one my family went to see at the drive-in. My younger sister and I were just part of Beatlemania, and our parents were so sweet about it, helping us buy their music, including the soundtrack of "AHDN", which I still have.
answered Aug 29, 2015 by MystMoonstruck (10,229 points)
selected Aug 29, 2015 by paul morphy
Good answer. My parents took me to see the film. Once at abbey road studios they decided to go to the roof top to play Get Back and Ringo was hoping the police would come,  after complaints about the noise and be dragged off the drums. Instead just an elderly policeman came and quietly asked them to stop.
I haven't seen that documentary for a long time.