Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero

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Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero
Sgt. Stubby, An American Hero.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed byRichard Lanni
Written by
  • Richard Lanni
  • Mike Stokey
Produced by
  • Emily Cantrill
  • Laurent Rodon
Edited byMark Solomon
Music byPatrick Doyle
Distributed byFun Academy Motion Pictures
Release dates
  • March 27, 2018 (2018-03-27) (Los Angeles)
  • April 13, 2018 (2018-04-13) (United States and Canada)
Running time
84 minutes
  • United States
  • Ireland
  • Canada
  • France
Budget$25 million[1]
Box office$4.9 million[2]

Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero is a 2018 computer-animated adventure film centering on the real-life Sergeant Stubby, a stray Boston Terrier.[3][4] Directed and co-written by Richard Lanni, it features the voices of Logan Lerman, Helena Bonham Carter and Gérard Depardieu. The film was released in North America on April 13, 2018, by Fun Academy Motion Pictures.[5] It received generally positive reviews from critics, who praised it for its "sensitivity and charm",[6] but was a box office bomb, grossing less than $5 million against its $25 million budget.


With World War I looming, young U.S. Army doughboy Robert Conroy (Logan Lerman) has his life forever changed when a Boston Terrier puppy with a stubby tail wanders into camp, as the men of the 102nd Infantry Regiment, 26th Infantry Division train on the parade grounds of Yale University. Conroy gives his new friend a name, a family, and a chance to embark on the adventure that would define a century.[7]

Despite lacking formal military working dog training, Stubby and his human companions find themselves in the trenches of the Western Front in France and on the path to history. French poilu Gaston Baptiste (Gérard Depardieu) befriends the duo, and accompanies them along their epic journey through harsh conditions and incredible acts of courage.

As narrated by Robert's sister Margaret (Helena Bonham Carter), Stubby's combat service includes sniffing incoming gas attacks, finding wounded allies in No Man's Land, and even catching a German infiltrator in the trenches. Back home, Stubby's exploits are retold in newspapers across the country.[8]

For his valorous actions, Stubby is still recognized as the most decorated dog in American history and the first canine ever promoted to the rank of Sergeant in the United States Army.



On November 8, 2016, it was announced that Fun Academy Media Group, Ltd. – a new family entertainment production company headquartered in Kinsale, County Cork, Ireland – would produce an animated film based on the life of the World War I dog, Sergeant Stubby, and would self-distribute in North America through Columbus, Georgia-based subsidiary Fun Academy Motion Pictures.[10] The film was animated by Mikros Image in Montreal and Paris,[1] was directed by Richard Lanni, and written by Lanni with Mike Stokey II. The film involved Bibo Bergeron as head of story,[5] and featured an original score composed by Patrick Doyle.[11]

Sgt. Stubby himself does not speak, as the filmmakers wanted to maintain as much historical accuracy as possible while still making the film's portrayal of World War I accessible to children.[12]


The film was released in United States and North America on April 13, 2018 by Fun Academy Motion Pictures.[13] On June 15, 2017, Fun Academy Motion Pictures released a teaser trailer for the film on their YouTube channel.[9] On December 1, 2017, the first theatrical teaser trailer was released in theaters across North America and full trailer released on February 27, 2018.[14][15][16]

Knowing the challenges a comparatively low-budget animated feature would have against studios who regularly spend hundreds of millions in marketing alone, Fun Academy's release strategy relied heavily on the real Stubby's existing fame by engaging cause-related groups, non-profits, military veterans, and educational organizations to establish a grassroots support base. The film was endorsed by the Humane Society of the United States, American Legion, Armed Services YMCA, and the United States World War One Centennial Commission.[17][18][19][20] The filmmakers also adopted a dog, "Stubs" (originally "Barnaby"), from partner shelter Dallas Pets Alive[21] to appear at events and serve as a "spokesdog" for shelter animals.[22][23]

Logan Lerman and Dean Collins at the Sgt. Stubby World Premiere, 27 March 2018

Sgt. Stubby's world premiere occurred on March 27, 2018, at the Regal L.A. LIVE in downtown Los Angeles. The premiere was co-sponsored by Variety, the Children's Charity and benefitting the Boys & Girls Club of Boyle Heights, with 15 additional locations across the U.S. and Canada hosting free screenings for children in their communities on the following day.[24][25]

On April 8, 2018, Sgt. Stubby hosted a second premiere in Sgt. Stubby's hometown of New Haven, Connecticut at the Bow Tie Cinemas, located only a few blocks away from the actual location Stubby was found in 1917.[26][27] The event was hosted by the Connecticut State Library and National Guard Association of Connecticut, with hundreds of Connecticut National Guard soldiers and their families – including current members of Sgt. Stubby's 102nd Infantry Regiment – in attendance.[28][29] A third and final premiere event was held on April 11, 2018, for Fun Academy Motion Pictures' U.S. headquarters at the National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center in Columbus, Georgia.[30]

The film's wide opening on April 13, 2018, was originally slated behind Rampage (original release date: April 20) and Avengers: Infinity War (original release date: May 4). On March 1, 2018, Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures announced a surprise release date change for Avengers, moving it up by one week to April 27.[31] Rampage's distributor, Warner Bros., then announced that Rampage would also shift up by a week, landing their Dwayne Johnson-starring blockbuster on top of Sgt. Stubby's April 13 release date.[32] That same weekend, independent filmmaker Wes Anderson's stop motion feature Isle of Dogs expanded into wide release in over 1,900 locations after having opened limited on March 23 and amassing solid critical buzz.[33]

The combination of competing blockbusters' massive marketing budgets and another, better-known indie animation about dogs was more than first-time distributor Fun Academy could overcome; as a result, Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero opened on 1,633 theaters across the U.S. and Canada at No. 16 for the weekend and was pulled by most locations the following week to clear room for Avengers: Infinity War.

In a Reddit AMA in December 2018, one of the film's producers and voice actors, Jordan Beck, delivered this response to a question about the film being a box office bomb:

Imagine the pitch for a movie like Stubby, “We’re going to make a kids movie about The Great War, but there’s a dog that gets wounded, but he’s okay in the end.” This was always going to be a risky undertaking and we knew we would have challenges, but it was an experiment to prove that there was an appetite for a different type of content.

In this modern era, Box Office is only one of the revenue streams, there’s home media, Pay and non Pay TV, SVOD, airlines, foreign territories. Yes, our box office was not good, but that was not because we had a bad movie; it was because our release strategy was wrong and we didn’t have the big bucks to compete with the major studios, especially after Disney moved "The Avengers: Infinity War" up by a week and caused Warner Bros. to move "Rampage" onto our release date.

All in all, for a first effort, we are happy where we are going as Stubby begins to expand around the world, Paramount have come onboard for home media and we have kept all our TV and SVOD rights.[34]

Home media[edit]

The movie was released DVD, Blu-Ray, Digital, and VOD in the United States and Canada by Paramount Home Media Distribution and Fun Academy Media Group on December 11, 2018. On February 11, 2019, Fun Academy released Sgt. Stubby: An Unlikely Hero on DVD and Blu-ray in the United Kingdom and Ireland, with Digital and VOD through Sky TV. The film also premiered on HBO in the U.S. on July 1, 2019.[35]


Box office[edit]

In the United States and Canada, Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero was released alongside the openings of Truth or Dare and Rampage, and the wide expansion of Isle of Dogs, and was projected to gross around $2 million from 1,633 theaters in its opening weekend.[36] However, due to very little marketing done on the film, It made $350,000 on its first day and $1.3 million over its opening weekend, finishing 16th.[37]

Critical response[edit]

On review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds an approval rating of 89%, based on 46 reviews, and an average rating of 6.8/10. The website's critical consensus reads, "Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero opens a vibrantly animated window into history with the surprisingly true – and poignant – tale of a distinguished canine combat veteran."[38] On Metacritic, the film has a weighted average score of 58 out of 100, based on 14 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews."[39] Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "A" on an A+ to F scale.[37]


Sgt. Stubby has received numerous awards, endorsements, and festival laurels. The film was also awarded the Parents' Choice Gold Award and The Dove Foundation's All Ages Seal of Approval – despite not containing any explicitly faith-based messaging – as well as top honors from the National Parenting Center, the Hot Diggity Awards, and the Tillywig Toy & Media Awards.[40][41][42][43][44]

Award Date of ceremony Location Category Recipient(s) Result Ref.
American Filmatic Arts Awards December 7, 2018 Brooklyn Heights, NY Best Animation Feature Richard Lanni Won [45]
Anaheim International Film Festival December 8, 2019 Anaheim, CA Gold Award – Best Animated Film Fun Academy Motion Pictures Won [46]
Animation Studio Festival May 2, 2018 Los Angeles, CA Best Feature Fun Academy Motion Pictures Won [47]
Antakya International Film Festival December 29, 2018 Antakya, Turkey Best Narrative Feature Fun Academy Motion Pictures Nominated [48]
Best Director – Narrative Feature Richard Lanni Won
Around International Film Festival (ARFF) Barcelona April 1, 2018 Barcelona, Spain Best Animation Richard Lanni Won [49]
Austin Under the Stars Film Festival October 18, 2019 Austin, TX Best Feature Richard Lanni Nominated [50]
Borderscene Film Festival October 7, 2018 Las Cruces, NM Best Animation Fun Academy Motion Pictures Won [51][52]
Best U.S. Military Won
Catskill International Film Festival September 9, 2018 Callicoon, NY Official Selection Richard Lanni Nominated [53]
Family Film Festival July 21, 2018 Provo, UT Best Animation Fun Academy Motion Pictures Won [54]
Festival Audiovisual Infantil y Juvenil December 29, 2018 Mérida, Venezuela Official Selection Fun Academy Motion Pictures Nominated [55]
G.I. Film Festival October 3, 2018 San Diego, CA Best Film Made By or Starring Veterans or Military Richard Lanni, Jordan Beck Nominated [56]
Gold Movie Awards January 10, 2019 London, UK Best Animation Richard Lanni Won [57][58]
Hollywood Divine International Film Festival October 13, 2018 Camp Hill, PA Best Animated Feature Fun Academy Motion Pictures Won [59]
IndieFEST Film Awards November 5, 2019 La Jolla, CA Best in Show Richard Lanni Won [60]
International Film Festival Manhattan October 17, 2018 New York City, NY Best Feature (USA) Richard Lanni Nominated [61]
International Kids Film Festival November 18, 2018 Bangalore, India Official Selection – Feature Film Richard Lanni Nominated [62]
International Sound & Music Festival October 22, 2018 Pula, Croatia Best Original Score, Feature Film Patrick Doyle Nominated [63]
Interrobang Film Festival June 24, 2018 Des Moines, IA Official Selection Fun Academy Motion Pictures Nominated [64]
JellyFEST Film Festival June 10, 2018 North Hollywood, CA Best Animated Feature Richard Lanni Won [65]
JuniorFest: International Film Festival for Children and Youth November 11, 2018 Dobřany, Czech Republic Best Animated Feature Film for Children 5-12 Years Richard Lanni Nominated [66]
KIDS FIRST! Film Festival April 30, 2018 Nationwide Approved Film: Ages 6–12 Richard Lanni Won [67][68]
Macon Film Festival August 18, 2019 Macon, GA Karen Black Audience Award – Narrative Feature Richard Lanni Won [69]
Mediterranean Film Festival Cannes November 30, 2018 Cannes, France Best Animation Richard Lanni Won [70][71]
Miami Independent Film Festival September 28, 2019 Miami, FL Best Feature Film Richard Lanni Won [72]
Mid Tenn Film Fest June 16, 2018 Smyrna, TN Best Animated Feature Fun Academy Motion Pictures Won [73]
Montana International Film Festival September 15, 2018 Billings, MT Official Selection (Animation Feature) Richard Lanni Nominated [74]
Montreal International Animation Festival August 17, 2018 Montreal, QC Official Selection Fun Academy Motion Pictures Nominated [75]
Moving Parts Film Festival September 15, 2018 Los Angeles, CA Official Selection Fun Academy Motion Pictures Nominated [76]
Napa Valley Film Festival November 11, 2018 Yountville, CA Special Presentation: Veterans Day Centennial Screening Fun Academy Motion Pictures Nominated [77]
National Film Awards March 27, 2019 London, UK Best Animation Film Fun Academy Motion Pictures Nominated [78]
Best Performance in an Animation Film Helena Bonham Carter Nominated
North Beach American Film Festival June 24, 2018 North Beach, MD Official Selection Fun Academy Motion Pictures Nominated [79]
North Europe International Film Festival February 23, 2019 London, UK Best Film Richard Lanni, Laurent Rodon, Jordan Beck Nominated [80]
Best Animation or Animated Sequence Richard Lanni, Laurent Rodon, Jordan Beck Nominated [81]
Best Original Score Patrick Doyle Nominated [82]
Best Sound Design Christian Rivest Nominated [83]
Open World Toronto Film Festival October 21, 2018 Toronto, ON Best Animation Richard Lanni Won [84]
Palm Springs International Animation Festival & Expo December 13, 2018 Palm Springs, CA Best Animated Feature Richard Lanni, Jordan Beck Won [85][86]
Park City International Film Festival June 16, 2018 Park City, UT Official Selection Fun Academy Motion Pictures Nominated [87]
Paris Art & Movie Awards June 25, 2018 Paris, France Best Feature Film Richard Lanni Nominated [88]
Reel East Texas Film Festival November 18, 2018 Kilgore, TX Best Animated Feature Fun Academy Motion Pictures Won [89][90]
Regina International Film Festival and Awards August 18, 2018 Regina, SK Official Selection Fun Academy Motion Pictures Nominated [91]
Rendezvous Film Festival September 20, 2018 Amelia Island, FL Official Selection Fun Academy Motion Pictures Nominated [92]
Rhode Island International Film Festival August 12, 2018 Providence, RI Best Children's Animation Richard Lanni Won [93]
Rome International Film Festival (RIFF) November 9, 2019 Rome, GA Best Animated Feature Richard Lanni Won [94]
Royal Starr Film Festival October 14, 2018 Birmingham, MI Official Selection Richard Lanni Nominated [95]
Scruffy City Film & Music Festival July 29, 2018 Knoxville, TN Best Original Score Patrick Doyle Won [96]
Molly Davis Animal Advocacy Award Richard Lanni, Jordan Beck Won
Silver State Film Festival September 9, 2018 Las Vegas, NV Grand Prize – Best Animated Feature Fun Academy Motion Pictures Won [97]
Spark Animation 2018 October 28, 2018 Vancouver, BC Official Selection Fun Academy Motion Pictures Nominated [98]
Tri-Cities International Film Festival October 22, 2018 Richland, WA Best Feature Film – Animation/Sci-Fi & Fantasy Richard Lanni Won [99]
Trinity International Film Festival August 12, 2018 Detroit, MI Best Animated Film Richard Lanni Won [100]
Veterans Film Festival November 3, 2018 Canberra, Australia Best Animation Fun Academy Motion Pictures Won [101][102]
Western New York Film, Art & Music Event (F.A.M.E.) August 12, 2018 Batavia, NY Official Selection Fun Academy Motion Pictures Nominated [103]
Will Rogers Motion Picture Festival November 2, 2019 Claremore, OK Best Narrative Feature Richard Lanni, Jordan Beck Won [104]

Sequels and spin-offs[edit]

Fun Academy has announced a slate of follow-up media including two planned feature film sequels following Stubby's return home, as well as a prequel television series.[105]

The Stubby Squad[edit]

On November 21, 2019, Fun Academy announced a new membership service, The Stubby Squad, a hybrid over-the-top channel and crowdfunding platform offering original streaming programming, downloadable crafts, and forum/blogs to interact with the filmmakers behind the scenes as they develop their announced slate which includes two additional Sgt. Stubby features and a prequel television series.

The Stubby Squad's available members-only content at launch included an original documentary series called In the Pawprints of History with writer/director Richard Lanni traveling to the real locations visited by Stubby and the 102nd Infantry Regiment across France, as well as a graphic novel cookbook Cooking with Gaston, featuring the character voiced in the film by Gérard Depardieu as he introduces kid-friendly French recipes and gardening tips.

Stubby & Friends[edit]

Stubby & Friends is a free web comic written by Scott Christian Sava (Animal Crackers, The Dreamland Chronicles, Spider-Man) and illustrated by Tracy Bailey (The Dreamland Chronicles, Kung Fu Panda). The first printed anthology was released in October 2020.

Stubby: The Series[edit]

An animated television series is in development, which would act as a prequel to the film and focus on Stubby's life as a street dog in New Haven, Connecticut circa 1915–1917. The filmmakers have stated Charlie Chaplin's The Kid as a source of inspiration to tell the story of kids and animals living on the outskirts of an industrial capitol of the early 20th century through a series of comedic misadventures.[106] The series is currently being developed by writers Scott Christian Sava, Audry Taylor (Pet Robots), and David Wise (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Batman: The Animated Series).[107]

Film Sequels[edit]

After the war, the real Sgt. Stubby was featured in parades and events, including the first American Legion convention in 1919. He also met three sitting presidents – Woodrow Wilson, Warren G. Harding, and Calvin Coolidge – and visited the White House twice. In 1919, Stubby was offered a contract by New Haven-based vaudeville impresario Sylvester Z. Poli for a series of engagements.[108] In 1921, General John J. Pershing awarded Stubby a medal from the Humane Education Society at a White House ceremony that received national print coverage. That same year, he became the mascot for the Georgetown Hoyas and is credited as inventing the halftime show as he performed tricks during football games, while Conroy juggled his studies at Georgetown Law with his job as a special agent of the Bureau of Investigation (precursor to the FBI).

Fun Academy has announced Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero as the first chapter of a planned cinematic trilogy, with the second film dealing with vaudeville, the entertainment industry and the challenges faced by soldiers returning from WWI, while the third film would feature Conroy and Stubby fighting crime during Prohibition.[109]


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