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Staffordshire bull terriers in popular culture

Discussion in 'Staffordshire Bull Terriers' started by manitasdeplomo, Aug 10, 2013.

  1. malcom

    malcom Pup

    indeed he was
  2. malcom

    malcom Pup

    thats cos he peddle the arse outa everything,he didnt breed,he peddle dogs and birds, made good money outa staffords at the time
  3. jacko

    jacko CH Dog

    there are also 2 versions (not animated) watch them both and see what you think . one is better than the other lol
  4. Well that's useful information :facepalm: lol
  5. mixed-grill

    mixed-grill Big Dog

    Had the lovely pet name of 'Belsen'...the director of oliver twist was so taken with the dog he kept him...think he ended up getting run over...the program 'BLUEBULL' is on about was 'Howards way' (boring sunday night tv after bullseye) it was a red nose bitch called 'Daisy' owned by Mike Homan...there was a couple of cracking brindle Staff's in the video to UB40's red red wine...shit band.crap song...nice looking dogs
  6. They are indeed good looking Staffs! I've never really been into UB40 so I'd never seen it.
  7. theres also a staff in channel 4s first series of topboy and the video for the streets song dry your eyes mate
  8. jacko

    jacko CH Dog

    there was also a stafford called Cracker on Brookside lol.
    i met his owner who was a chef in a hotel in Borrowdale Cumbria.


    Was howards way set in edwardian times..??????????????the show i was on a-bout was set in modern times,there was a show going on in a empty high-rise car-park...the actor jumps over the p-wall and grab's one of the dogs and leg's it....if it's called howards way,then that's it/?????????


    Yep think your right mix-grill.....tanx...... H-way was set in modern times.....
  11. I've found that scene from Howard's Way: [video=youtube;xfLr9VHYqp0]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xfLr9VHYqp0[/video]
    The dogs are visible from about 2min20sec into the clip for those interested.


    Yep i think that's the one.....taught it was a bit more gritty back then...lol.lol...nice one..mant;;;;;o....there was a movie with dogs(pits) on a mill think burt reyonlds could have stared ,,smokey+the bandit type off film..the old man sitting on his lounger while dog is running on the mill...any-body know the name off this film...??????/????//
  13. toom

    toom Big Dog

    I think that was GATOR,,,,,they let burt of of jail to track down his brothers killers.That was a good movie and your right the scene with the pit was like the old days when only real dogmen owned pitbulls and everybody else never even heard of the breed.
  14. Swiper

    Swiper Pup

    Not certain if crocodile hunters dog was a staffy?
    She was tough. Gored through the eyeball while hunting boar.
  15. Sherman

    Sherman Big Dog

    Suey... She was a staffy.
  16. Nogz

    Nogz Pup

    no he was a cartoon character
  17. gunman2376

    gunman2376 Big Dog

    there is a movie called Damaged goods but i didnt saw it


    Nice old bull's on that dog's life......nice one...z-west....
  19. kitchener

    kitchener Pup

    Spotted this unanswered question in an older thread. The 1986 live-action, South African film Jock Of The Bushveld was a fantastic film -- one of the best dog movies I've ever seen, and the red SBT used in the film was very impressive. Check it out if you can find it (maybe Netflix or YouTube?).
  20. oldtymer

    oldtymer Top Dog

    I'm pretty sure it was Brookside.

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