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The only feature film Tommy Kirk and Tim Considine appeared in together, although they did co-star as the Hardy Boys in a 1956 television series.
There is nothing wrong with girls; they're character building.
The inscription in the ring reads "In canis corpore transmuto", which is supposed to mean "I transmute into a dog's body" in Latin. That is, however, a grammatical mistake, because the correct Latin sentence should read "... in canis corpus..." (in the accusative case) instead of "... in canis corpore..." (which is the ablative case).
This film is also available in a computer colorized version, but because it was made for syndicated TV in the 1980s, it is 10 minutes shorter than the original theatrical cut.
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