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Earliest I can think is of is BBC news reader Kenneth Kendall reading the news in 2001: A Space Odyssey in 1968:


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The first movie that I saw specifically addressing this theme was "Colossus: The Forbin Project". It was made (or at least released) in 1970.


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Metropolis, 1927. There definitely wasn't any other movie like it that was well known at the time


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Rescued by Rover (1905) (IMDB entry) stars Blair, Cecil Hepworth's dog. The British silent short is about a dog who leads its master to a kidnapped baby. The Wikipedia entry on Jean, the Vitagraph dog (the second canine film star), claims Blair as the first. Whether there's an earlier animal star, though, I couldn't tell you.


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I'm providing a second answer since A Dog's Love arguably has two main characters, one of whom is human. Your Obedient Servant, 1917 This was the first film adaptation of the novel Black Beauty, whose central protagonist is a horse. It was a silent, black-and-white film. Bambi, 1942 This must be one of the most iconic and famous films with an animal ...


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I cant say whether this movie is the first, but definitely old. A Dog's Love (1914) IMDB link of this movie Source for this answer: wikipedia NOTE:If you are not satisfied with this answer, do go through the wiki source link I have provided. This might give you some insights.



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