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Sherlock: Undercover Dog (1994)

Billy, 10, a dreamer, wants to be taken seriously so he can live with his toy-designer father on Catalina Island. Billy's plans get seriously spoilt when Sherlock, a talking police dog, ... See full summary »
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Benjamin Eroen ...
Billy
Anthony Simmons ...
William
Cooper Cameron ...
Little Boy on Boat
Sharon Cameron ...
Mother on Boat
Donna Lynne Migliore ...
Billy's Mom
Rick Gibson-Schwob ...
Billy's Stepfather
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Rat Woman
Barry Philips ...
Mike
Allan Trapp ...
Wayne
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Tom
Jeanne Hill ...
Mrs. Bentley
Ron Eroen ...
JB
Leon Ozark ...
BJ
Christopher W. Fell ...
Captain Kean
Brynne Cameron ...
Emma
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Billy, 10, a dreamer, wants to be taken seriously so he can live with his toy-designer father on Catalina Island. Billy's plans get seriously spoilt when Sherlock, a talking police dog, demands his help to rescue his police detective handler kidnaped by smugglers. But Sherlock likes to keep his talking a closely-guarded secret. So now no one will take Billy seriously until he rescues the kidnaped detective and catches the smugglers... Written by Richard Harding Gardner <rhgca@aol.co>

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The world's first talking police dog on a mission im-paws-ible!


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21 December 1994 (USA)  »

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Sherlock Bond, a kutyanyomozó  »

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The three characters hanging off the boat at the end of the movie are obviously inflatable dolls. See more »

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Abundantly idiotic
17 July 2001 | by (Copenhagen, Denmark) – See all my reviews

Making a movie like this one should not be legal. With a cast completely devoid of talent and a story that prompts you to pinch yourself out of the nightmare this movie epitomizes the word terrible. Don't see it unless you find migraines endearing.


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