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Fluppy Dogs (1986)

TV Movie  -   -  Animation | Adventure | Family  -  27 November 1986 (USA)
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A band of dimension hopping humanoid dogs need the help of two kids to return home.

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Stanley (voice)
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Jamie Bingham (voice) (as Carl Stevens)
Cloyce Morrow ...
Mrs. Bingham (voice)
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Dink / Haimish / Attendant (voice)
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Claire (voice)
Michael Rye ...
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Susan Blu ...
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A band of humanoid dogs who are dimension hopping for adventure arrive on Earth in a North American city and into big trouble. They become separated and must hide their true nature by passing as the native dogs. Their only chance of returning home is with the help of a human boy and girl they befriend. However, a wealthy collector of rare animals is after them and the key that creates the portals necessary to travel has almost lost its power. Written by Kenneth Chisholm <kchishol@execulink.com>

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27 November 1986 (USA)  »

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Disneys sprechende Hunde  »

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Disney changed its demographics so it appealed more to boys by redesigning the Fluppies and adding the futuristic "dimension hopping" idea which did not exist in previous incarnations. See more »

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Ozzie: Can we go through?
Stanley: It's got be better than this place.
[to the others]
Stanley: Everybody in, quickly!
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Disney Pilot To Proposed T.V. Series Before It Could Even Expand Into A Series.
23 May 2011 | by (Hialeah, Florida) – See all my reviews

This was the stepping stone to a Disney animated series that unfortunately never happened. This first hit the airwaves just a few days after I was born. I first came across seeing this while visiting someone's house at one point in the mid '90s. I thought it looked good. But I only saw some of it. Over a decade later, I finally caught up on seeing it in its entirety just a couple of late nights/early mornings ago on Youtube, having thought about it again after finding info about it on Wikipedia (and learning of the special's title). I'm glad I could do both successfully. Dern the ratings and lack of support, I wish the special made it that far to become a series and it should have, and dern the t.v. network people for following the dumb follow-the-ratings rule. It should've lasted longer. I enjoyed it so much that because it's so short-lived and there are a few things that are unresolved, it's left me wanting more. This would've made for another great Disney cartoon show and it really deserved so much more than it got. Fluppy Dogs had the briefest run out of all the projects by Walt Disney Television Animation and it's horse-feathers. Count me in with all the other reviewers who love it. Another thing that I'd like to see on DVD. I read a comment on Youtube on one of the parts (and copies) of it by somebody making a comparison to Sliders. I'm not very familiar with that show, but I saw that Sliders actually came to the air nearly a decade after Fluppy Dogs. So in that case, it should be the other way around, that Sliders took some inspiration from Fluppy Dogs. I find it great that a few changes were made for this as opposed to the toy line and other merchandise, so as to appeal to a unisex audience. Fluppy Dogs is such a rarity and it's high time for a home media release. Very interesting and I recommend it on my not-to-be-skipped list.


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