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Rin Tin Tin: K-9 Cop 

Katts and Dog (original title)
"Katts and Dog" is about the life of Canine Officer Hank Katts and his partner, Rudy; how they fight crime and the forces of evil. The show starts off with Hank just finishing up Police ... See full summary »
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1993   1992   1991   1990   1989   1988  
3 nominations. See more awards »

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Jesse Collins ...
Andrew Bednarski ...
 Stevie Katts 106 episodes, 1988-1993
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Rudolph Von Holstein III ...
Denise Virieux ...
 Officer Renee Daumier 80 episodes, 1989-1993
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 Sergeant O.C. Phillips 63 episodes, 1988-1993
Denis Akiyama ...
 Ron Nakemura 48 episodes, 1988-1992
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 Sergeant Callahan 44 episodes, 1988-1989
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"Katts and Dog" is about the life of Canine Officer Hank Katts and his partner, Rudy; how they fight crime and the forces of evil. The show starts off with Hank just finishing up Police Academy. It goes on to show the first meeting of Katts and Rudy. It also shows the life of Hank's nephew, Stevie; through the death of his mother and his adoption by Officer Katts. Written by Shannon Chenoweth

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17 September 1988 (Canada)  »

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Rin Tin Tin: K-9 Cop  »

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For American audiences, this series was presented as a revival of The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin (1954) and was retitled "Rin Tin Tin: K-9 Cop". All mentions of "Rudy" were dubbed over with "Rinty". See more »

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Hank Katts: [Often said through out the series] Go get 'em, Rudy!
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Follows The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin (1954) See more »

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Bring on the re-runs and/or DVD syndication
18 March 2006 | by See all my reviews

I thoroughly enjoyed watching this series growing up. It was one that if I was going to miss it, I'd set the record timer so that I'd have it. My mom new better than to interrupt me while this show was playing. Besides the fact that Andrew Bednarski was a heart throb of his time, the show dealt with a lot of great family oriented topics. It was moralistic, enthusiastic and dealt with everyday issues. I was surprised to find it on TV in Canada 7 years ago while driving through, but have never found it on re-runs in the U.S. With all the shows of the past hitting the tube, I think that this one should make that list as well. You can't even find anything on Ebay for it, it is almost like it never really existed...just dropped off the planet.

SEND THIS SHOW BACK INTO SYNDICATION, you'd be doing families a favor, what with all the immoralistic shows out there for our kids to watch, it would be nice to have a show with values to watch.


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