The Pet Tree House - Where Pets Are Family Too : Cujo, and the Not-Typecast Breed The Pet Tree House - Where Pets Are Family Too : Cujo, and the Not-Typecast Breed

Saturday, August 22, 2020

Cujo, and the Not-Typecast Breed


We have to think it was the movie that made Saint Bernard owners cringe. Possibly the only positive thing to come out of “Cujo,” the 1983 thriller about a rabid St. Bernard who traps a mother and a child in their car was to see impressively trained stunt dogs at work – well that, and the $21,156,152 the movie grossed domestically.

Author Stephen King will remember Cujo for all the things he doesn’t remember. Written at a time he was struggling with alcohol and drug addictions, King later said, ““[There’s] one novel, Cujo, that I barely remember writing at all. I don’t say that with pride or shame, only with a vague sense of sorrow and loss. I like that book. I wish I could remember enjoying the good parts as I put them down on the page.”

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