War of the Worlds Inspired Dog Names

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Introduction

The first “War of the Worlds” was written by H.G. Wells in 1898, made into a film in 1953, and then again, another film was made in 2005 starring Tom Cruise and Dakota Fanning. In 1938, Orson Welles broadcasted an adaptation of the original “War of the Worlds” on the radio and caused panic to those listening. All of these adaptations of this story are based on an invasion of alien beings from Mars who abduct and kill hundreds of thousands of people around the world. Even with all of the world’s weapons, they were unable to defeat the aliens, but they ended up being defeated by nature as the natural bacteria on Earth killed them off.

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War of the Worlds Inspired Dog Name Considerations

There's really nothing more exciting than picking out your new furever friend, and when you have chosen your new canine kid, you will also need to get some things that will make them feel right at home. For example, your new pupster would love to have their own comfy bed to sleep in, a new leash and collar to take walks with you, crunchy bones for keeping teeth clean and healthy, fun toys to play with, and some delicious food and treats. You’ll also need to find them a good veterinary professional and a name that fits them perfectly.

Naming your newest fur buddy does not need to be difficult though. In fact, all you have to do is play with them and observe them to see what kinds of habits and quirks they may have that can give you a good idea for a moniker. For example, Diva would be awesome for the dog who thinks she is a princess and Venus would be perfect for a lovable pooch. In addition, Chewbacca would make a great name for a big, furry brown dog and Pluto is a fun name for a petite pup. Here are some more of our favorites. 

Male War of the Worlds Inspired Dog Names

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Tom
Tom Cruise as Ray Ferrier, the male lead in the “War of the Worlds”
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Justin
Justin Chatwin as Robbie, Ray’s son
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Tim
Tim Robbins as Harlan Ogilvy, the man who helps Ray and Rachel hide out
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Rick
Rick Gonzalez plays Vincent, one of Ray’s best friends
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Yul
Yul Vazquez plays Julio, one of Ray’s best friends
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Lenny
Lenny Venito plays Manny the Mechanic, one of Ray’s best friends
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Michael
Michael Brownlee plays Osaka the television reporter
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David
David Alan Basche plays Tim, the kids’ stepfather
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John
John Eddins plays Mike, the news van driver
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Peter
Peter Gerety as the load manager and hatch boss
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Harbour
David Harbour plays John the dock worker
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Morgan
Morgan Freeman narrated some of “War of the Worlds”
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Orson
Orson Welles did a radio spoof on “War of the Worlds” in 1938
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Wells
H.G. Wells wrote the original “War of the Worlds” in 1898
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Marvin
Marvin the Martian, a cute little Looney Tunes cartoon
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Gutenberg
“War of the Worlds” was part of Project Gutenberg
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Steven
Steven Spielberg was the producer of “War of the Worlds”
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Mars
The fourth planet from the sun and great for a red dog
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Ziegfeld
“War of the Worlds” premiered at the Ziegfeld Theatre on June 23, 2005
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Clayton
Dr. Clayton Forrester was the lead character in the 1953 “War of the Worlds”
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Gene
Gene Barry played the part of Dr. Clayton Foster
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Spock
The smart, pointy-eared Vulcan on “Star Trek”
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Chewbacca
The sidekick in Star Wars and great for a big furry dog
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Groot
The talking tree alien in “Guardians of the Galaxy”
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Whorf
The Klingon on “Star Trek”
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Alf
The hairy alien from Melmacia on “Alf”
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Matrix
The alien show starring Keanu Reeves
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Astro
The popular Great Dane on “The Jetsons”
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Yuri
The first human to go into outer space
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Pluto
A dwarf planet and a perfect name for a small pooch

Female War of the Worlds Inspired Dog Names

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Dakota
Dakota Fanning played Ray’s daughter, Rachel Ferrier
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Rachel
The lead female role was Rachel Ferrier, Ray's daughter
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Miranda
Miranda Otto played Mary Ann Ferrier
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Mary
Mary Ann Ferrier is Ray’s ex-wife
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Lisa
Lisa Ann Walter as Lisa the bartender
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Ann
Ann Robinson plays the kids’ grandmother
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Roz
Roz Abrams as herself, a Manhattan television anchor and reporter
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Camillia
Camillia Monet plays Roz Abrams’ producer
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January
January LaVoy plays the Brazilian neighbor's wife
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Bayonne
Ray’s house was filmed in Bayonne, New Jersey
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Virginia
Much of “War of the Worlds” was filmed in Virginia
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Cali
Some of “War of the Worlds” was shot in California
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Jersey
Parts of “War of the Worlds” was filmed in New Jersey
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Brooklyn
Mary Ann’s parents’ house was shot in Brooklyn
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Paris
The film shows scenes that are supposed to be in Paris
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London
The aliens set up force fields in some places including London
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Boston
Ray decides to take his kids back to their mom in Boston
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Decca
The soundtrack album was released by Decca Records
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Sylvia
Sylvia van Buren was the female lead in “War of the Worlds”
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Linda
The alien craft in the 1953 “War of the Worlds” crashed in Linda Rosa
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Ripley
The survivor of the movies “Alien” and “Aliens”
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Diva
The blue-haired singer in “The Fifth Element”
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Eros
The alien from “Plan 9 from Outer Space”
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Sil
The female alien in the movie “Species”
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Leeloo
The female alien in “The Fifth Element”
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Stitch
The adorable alien on “Lilo and Stitch”
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Centauri
The aliens on “The Last Starfighter”
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Venus
The astral goddess of love
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Saturn
The ringed planet is sixth from the Sun
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Jupiter
The fifth planet from the Sun

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