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The Amazing Dobermans (1976)

An ex-con man and his five trained Dobermans help a Treasury Dept. agent stop a racketeer and his gang.

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(as Byron Ross Chudnow)

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Daniel Hughes
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Lucky
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Justine
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Solly Kramer
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Samson
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Septimus, Circus Owner
James Almanzar ...
Slager
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Professor
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
William Hawkes ...
Tom
Hanny Landman ...
Sally
Roger Pancake ...
Tex
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Armored Car Driver
Jamie Reidy ...
Perry
Montana Smoyer ...
Irene Morgan, Waitress
Bob Yerkes ...
Vic
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An ex-con man and his five trained Dobermans help a Treasury Dept. agent stop a racketeer and his gang.

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Family | Comedy | Crime

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24 November 1976 (USA)  »

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Lucky  »

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1.85 : 1
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This movie picks up where the first one, "The Doberman Gang" left off. It begins with the Doberman dogs robbing the bank, and then running off with the money. See more »

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Follows The Doberman Gang (1972) See more »

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Mr. Song-and-Dance, Jeannie, and Miscellaneous team up with dogs and go after the bad guys
9 May 2005 | by (Portland, Oregon, USA) – See all my reviews

We all expect Fred Astaire to dance around with Ginger Rogers, we all expect Barbara Eden to dress like an Arabian harem and blink things out of thin air, and we all expect James Franciscus...okay, he's not noted for anything. But in "The Amazing Dobermans", Astaire owns a group of Dobermans whom he controls through a device that sends out sound waves. He uses this to help Franciscus escape some gangsters, while Franciscus and Eden get acquainted at the circus.

Obviously, the whole thing seems a little outlandish, but it's not hurting anything. Certainly not like anything that anyone would usually anticipate.


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