Hambone and Hillie

Hambone and Hillie is a 1983 American comedy-drama film about a dog (Hambone) separated from his owner (Hillie). The dog treks from New York to Los Angeles, meeting a host of helpers along the way. It was directed by Roy Watts, and starred Lillian Gish, Timothy Bottoms, Candy Clark, and O. J. Simpson.


A dog treks a long, arduous journey from New York City to Los Angeles to be reunited with his owner, Hillie (Lillian Gish), meeting a lot of helpers along the way.