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)
Lorenzo Music ...
Ozzie (voice)
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Claire (voice)
Michael Rye ...
Wagstaff (voice)
Susan Blu ...
Bink / Tippi (voice)
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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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Wagstaff: Just as I thought: those were Fluppies!
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I have finally found this movie
14 April 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Oh those Fluppy Dogs... Whom could ever not like or remember this movie? I have gone through so many years of my life asking friends and others if they have ever seen or heard of this magical film. Rocking 80's fashioned dogs that can sniff out invisible, crystal accessed doors, how amazing!! .... No one ever could relate to the childhood wonder that i felt watching this flick. My parents old Lazy Susan, wood paneled TV had me glued when this Movie came on. No David Copperfield impressions my brother had to offer could pull my little Quarter Roy Oshkosh B'Gosh butt away from this movie!! I will, mark my words, show this to my children in hopes they too will pass on the legacy of The Fluppy Dogs. It took me years to track down a copy of this flick and i finally found it. It is offered in parts on YouTube! And there are lots of free programs that will download YouTube clips!. If anyone needs more help on obtaining there very own copy just let me know!! And may The Fluppy Dogs Live on!


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