Calvin Campbell is a veterinarian, who is also the parent to his sister Kimmy. Now Calvin though not very bright and confident is very nice. Now Amos Ferguson his neighbor wants to buy his ... See full summary »
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Jack Lester ...
 McDuff (voice)
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Johnnie Collins III ...
 Squeaky Ferguson
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 Amos Ferguson
Monty Margetts ...
 Mrs. Osgood
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 Kimmy
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 Calvin Campbell
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Calvin Campbell is a veterinarian, who is also the parent to his sister Kimmy. Now Calvin though not very bright and confident is very nice. Now Amos Ferguson his neighbor wants to buy his property but Calvin refuses so Ferguson is always coming with a new scheme to get Calvin to sell and he almost succeeds. But fortunately for McDuff, a ghost dog who apparently has been watching Calvin's family for generations is there to thwart Ferguson. And McDuff is also a talking dog. But everybody thinks something's wrong with Calvin because they always walk in on him talking to himself cause McDuff only reveals himself to Calvin. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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Family | Fantasy

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11 September 1976 (USA)  »

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20 August 2002 | by (Toronto, Canada) – See all my reviews

Gee, why not do a 70's version of Mr. Ed, but instead of a horse, get a talking dog? Make it obvious, as in close-ups, where the talking dog is a puppet, with only the mouth moving! Put a young Broadway star, never mind if he doesn't sing here and he's so uncomfortable, his acting ability questionable? Finally, put in an old reliable, Gordon Jump (pre-WKRP), and make sure he always gets his comeuppance (Jump is the bad guy here) by landing on water (sometimes with his lackey). Watched this as a kid, and despite my tolerance level, it still sucked.


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