Rocky (1948 film)
|Directed by||Phil Karlson|
|Produced by||Lindsley Parsons|
|Written by||Jack De Witt|
Its plot mainly follows a painter named John Hammond and a dog named Rocky, the latter of which is suspected for an epidemic of sheep killings.
The film was first in a series of movies McDowall agreed to make with Monogram. Filming started 10 June 1947 near Cedar City, Utah. McDowall was also associate producer. He was meant to follow it with an adaptation of Mysterious Island by Jules Verne but that was never made.
- Rocky Monthly Film Bulletin; London Vol. 15, Iss. 169, (Jan 1, 1948): 141.
- DRAMA AND FILM: Morgan 'Joan' Assured; Goddard Deal Simmers Schallert, Edwin. Los Angeles Times 3 May 1947: A5.
- Hedda Hopper: LOOKING AT HOLLYWOOD Los Angeles Times 19 May 1947: A2.
- METRO TO DO FILM ON LIFE OF MOZART: Studio Will Combine Story of Composer and Dr. Mesmer -- Robert Walker in Lead By THOMAS F. BBADY New York Times 27 May 1947: 30.
- 'Critic' Brandt Sticks Chin Out Cinematically Schallert, Edwin. Los Angeles Times 1 Aug 1947: 7.