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Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero is out on Blu-ray TODAY! If you haven’t seen this movie yet, then pick yourself up a copy because you’re going to love it. To celebrate the release the studio sent over this fun little package AND let me share an awesome Sgt. Stubby printable activity book packed with great stuff.
About Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero
SGT. STUBBY: AN AMERICAN HERO depicts the little-known true story of the unbreakable bond between a young soldier and a stray dog on the brink of America’s entry into World War I. For his valorous feats, Stubby is still recognized today as the first dog promoted to the rank of Sergeant in the U.S. Army and the most decorated dog in American history. He is also widely considered the forerunner to the U.S. Army’s working dog program. The delightful animated film shows the world that the greatest heroes can come from the unlikeliest places.
The SGT. STUBBY: AN AMERICAN HERO Blu-ray and DVD both include a digital copy along with a behind-the-scenes featurette with cast interviews, a documentary short about the real Sgt. Stubby, never-before-seen production art and a historic photo gallery of the early 20th century world as depicted in the film.
When I asked about this movie on our Facebook page a while ago I was excited to see how many of you had seen it and loved it! It’s definitely a great film to watch with the whole family. Chance was especially excited for our lastest movie night 😉
Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero Printable Activity Pack
Here is a free printable activity pack you can print out for the kids to check out either during or after you see the film. It has a maze, word search, a puppet, origami, a maze, coloring pages, a mask, a quiz, and awesome facts about Sgt. Stubby. Facts like:
- Stubby was a real dog whose special coat and medals are preserved by the Smithsonian Institution and are currently on display at the National Museum of American History, Washington D.C.
- Stubby would run on to the battlefield to find wounded soldiers and bark to alert the medics of their whereabouts.
Stubby was able to smell gas before his human counterparts and would raise the alarm for imminent attacks.
Print the entire pack or just the individual pages.