Banjo is a 1947 drama film directed by Richard Fleischer.


After her father dies, Patricia Warren, a girl of nine, must go from her home in Georgia to live with her wealthy but vain and egotistical aunt Elizabeth Ames in Boston. Pat insists on bringing her beloved dog Banjo, an English Setter, when she boards the train north. Since Pat does not want to leave her dog alone, she travels by Banjo's side in the baggage car, where she meets and befriends Bill, who works for the railroad.

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    contentLocation Georgia
    director Richard Fleischer
    editor Les Millbrook
    genre drama
    keywords break out english setter hunting dog young girl
    musicBy Alexander Laszlo
    producer Lillie Hayward
    publisher RKO Pictures