Great Pyrenees in Popular Culture!

 "Belle", from Cécile Aubry's novel "Belle et Sébastien" (adapted several times for film and television), is a Great Pyrenees.
    The 2004 film "Finding Neverland" used a Great Pyrenees to represent J. M. Barrie's Landseer Newfoundland dog.
    In the television series "King of Queens" a Great Pyrenees is a recurring customer of Holly the dog walker.
    In the 1965 film "Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines", a Great Pyrenees is the household dog at the Lord Rawnsley estate.
    In the Marx Brothers' "Horse Feathers", a Great Pyrenees appears in the dog catcher's wagon.
    In the Korean variety show "Happy Sunday" - "1 Night 2 Days", Sang Geun, a Great Pyrenees, is the mascot of the show and recently appointed as "Nation's Pet".
    A popular Korean singer, Hero Jaejoong from TVXQ, owns a Great Pyrenees named Vick.
    In the 2009 Disney film "Santa Buddies", a male Great Pyrenees puppy named Puppy Paws (voiced by Zachary Gordon) is the protagonist and the son of Santa Claus's dog Santa Paws (voiced by Tom Bosley), a full-grown male Great Pyrenees.
    Barry Gibb of the "Bee Gees" owned a Great Pyrenees named Barnaby who was in their television movie "Cucumber Castle" and the video for their song "Lonely Days".
    In the Jim Carrey film "Dumb and Dumber", a Great Pyrenees appears in the dogmobile.
    Webcomic artist Jeph Jacques owns a Great Pyrenees named Shelby, who has appeared in his webcomic Questionable Content on occasion. He appears almost exactly the same as Mr. Tadakichi of anime fame (see below).
    In Hanazakari no Kimitachi e, the male lead had a Great Pyrenees named "Yu Ci Lan" for a pet.
    Many Japanese manga and anime series have dogs that are either this breed or based on its appearance:
    Alexander from Fullmetal Alchemist is a large Great Pyrenees who is the pet of Shou Tucker. Alexander is  later combined with Shou's daughter Nina to form a Chimera.
    Tadakichi-san (Mr. Tadakichi in the English version), owned by Chiyo Mihama in Azumanga Daioh


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