The Big Stuffed Dog is a 1981 children's film about the adventures of a plush Snoopy.
Robert Fuest was an English film director, screenwriter, and production designer who worked mostly in the horror, fantasy and suspense genres. Robert Fuest was born in 1927 in London. He served a period of time in post-war Germany with the Royal Air Force in National Service air-lifting coal over... the Berlin Wall, after which he attended Wimbledon and Hornsey Schools of Art. For a time he lectured at Southampton College of Art. Fuest also spent time as a drummer in a warm-up band for Chris Barber and George Melly . In the early sixties he designed sets for a variety of different TV programmes including ITV Play of the Week and Armchair Theatre. It was whilst working on the first season of the new spy series The Avengers for director Peter Hammond that Fuest developed the directing bug. Fuest later admitted on a DVD commentary for The Avengers episode Game that Hammond's visual style proved a major influence and opened him up to all the stylistic possibilities of film and TV . In 1965, he contributed material to the Peter Cook and Dudley Moore comedy sketch show Not Only But Also.more