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The Doberman Gang (1972)

PG | | Action, Comedy, Crime | 1972 (USA)
After a failed bank robbery, an ex-con, an ex-waitress and a few of their friends train a pack of doberman dogs to rob a bank for them.

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(as Byron Ross Chudnow)

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(original story and screenplay), (original story and screenplay)
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A crook tries to train a pack of dogs how to rob a bank.

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Eddie
Hal Reed ...
Barney
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June
Simmy Bow ...
Sammy
JoJo D'Amore ...
Jojo
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Pet Shop Owner
Jay Paxton ...
Bank Manager
John Strong ...
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Diane Prior ...
Sandy
Clyde Apperson ...
Real Estate Agent
John Hogan ...
Janitor
Charles Vincent ...
Bank Guard
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After a failed bank robbery, an ex-con, an ex-waitress and a few of their friends train a pack of doberman dogs to rob a bank for them. Written by Anonymous

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bank | bank robbery | doberman | dog | kiss | See All (37) »

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Trained To Commit The Most Incredible Caper Ever Conceived

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Action | Comedy | Crime

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A Gang dos Doberman  »

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$500,000 (estimated)
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According to Season 4, episode 27 of The Dog Whisperer; Cesar Milan admits this movie is his favorite. He says it has been watched by everyone in his family, at least 100 times. See more »

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Remade as The Doberman Gang See more »

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Dog Honest Gang
by Bradford Craig & Alan Silvestri
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Great B-movie caper, with the dogs as the big stars...
6 July 2006 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Considering that the main cast are primarily television bit actors, they gel together very well. Even director Byron Chudnow's primary work was producing and editing in television, which probably goes a long way to explain why the film is so economically paced. Julie Parrish was most recognized for appearing opposite Elvis Presley in "Paradise, Hawaiian Style", and briefly in Star Trek's "The Menagerie" (part 1).

The film is notable especially for being composer Alan Sylvestri's first motion picture score (alternating between dramatic and humorous), with absolutely no prior composing experience, and a two week deadline. He would eventually be linked regularly to director Robert Zemeckis, enjoying a working relationship similar to Steven Spielberg and John Williams.

Extremely entertaining and generally a well paced film, rated GP on original theatrical prints (re-classified PG) for a couple of bloody sequences.


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