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Little Cobras: Operation Dalmatian (1997)

| Family, Comedy, Thriller
Children's comedy about a group of 4 friends who buy a club mascot, a dalmatian named Vulcan, and inadvertently stumble across a spate of dog kidnappings, orchestrated by an uptight ... See full summary »

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(as James Ian Lifton),
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Bill Capizzi
Jay Erwin ...
Derick Thompson
Stephen Wayne Erkridge ...
Timothy
Kathren Laurents ...
Marla
Aldo Menjivar ...
Rico
Anita Morales
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Derek
Jay Richardson ...
Derek
Linda Kay Thompson
Suzanna Voltaire ...
(as Susanna Voltaire)
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(as Jeffery Wood)
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Dave Goosenberg ...
Detective Goosenberg
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Thug One
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Children's comedy about a group of 4 friends who buy a club mascot, a dalmatian named Vulcan, and inadvertently stumble across a spate of dog kidnappings, orchestrated by an uptight mastermind and his 2 hopeless henchmen. When Vulcan becomes the latest kidnapping, the 4 friends track down the inept crooks, without the expected help of the girl's divorced father, a cop working on too many cases. Written by Cynan Rees <cynanrees@hotmail.com>

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Spoofs The Silence of the Lambs (1991) See more »

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Worst movie ever!

I cant say this enough...i hated it.

The acting was beyond bad and the whole camera work was off. I don't see how this can be a family movie when I doubt any single person can watch it at all. Unbearable! The only decent thing about this movie was the dog itself. For me the villains here are worse actors than the kids in my elementary school drama class. The sad thing is I'm not trying to be insulting...but this movie really stoops that low. The kids themselves were hardly convincing. Sorry but this was a poor attempt at a film!

The Dad as well in the early parts of the movie was utterly horrendous. This was not only because he was supposed to act this way, you know, being a drunk and all. But he was downright aggressive and in no way reflected a drunkyard, but rather a disorientated hobo. It just doesn't make it plausible for him to transform into a kinder figure at the end of the movie.

One more thing, the vomit scene was absolutely hilarious because the vomit itself looked like playdo soaked in water.


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