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Megan Follows on that other Canadian TV classic: The Littlest Hobo
January 10, 2012
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A few years before she became known the world over for playing Anne of Green Gables, Megan Follows starred in an episode of The Littlest Hobo - with her parents, famous stage actors Ted Follows and Dawn Greenhalgh.

In this clip, Megan offers insight into making The Littlest Hobo and what it was like to work with her parents, who had recently divorced:

"What I remember the most, the funniest thing about The Littlest Hobo, is there were actually seven dogs: the one that could sit the best, the one that could jump the best. And the trainer would be screaming 'Sit! Sit! Jump! Lick!' and you'd be acting."

"My parents are crazy. But, you know, first and foremost, they loved, also their work, so they were always true to that."

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