The everyday life of Arnold, a 4th-grader in a nameless city that resembles Brooklyn, New York, who lives in a multi-racial boarding house with his grandparents and a motley assortment of neighbors and friends.
Jamil Walker Smith,
Doug and his friends find a "monster" living in the woods outside their town, but when they find the monster is actually kind of nice, they find themselves hunted by "bad guys" who want the monster. In addition, Doug has to compete for the attention of Patti Mayonnaise with a snobby 8th grader, Guy Graham. Will Doug get to take Patti to the Valentine's Day dance? Written by
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Released on the big-screen with the Disney cartoon short "Donald's Dynamite: Opera Box" in front of it. See more »
When Doug finds the newspaper article stating that the monster was destroyed, he mentions that it is 'next week's paper' but starts to feel sad because he thinks Herman's dead, despite the fact that he clearly stated it was to be 'next week's paper'. See more »
I saw this movie when I was a kid. I grew up watching the Nickeleon Doug but didn't see much of the Disney Doug.
At first I seemed to enjoyed it from the first time seeing it.
But years later I didn't felt like watching it again.
Getting the VHS was a waist of money if I didn't bother in watching it again.
This has to do with Doug and Skeeter trying to solve there monster in the Lucky Duck Lake mystery. They encounter the monster who's more friendly than it seems. They were going to show it to the public but didn't bother since the creature would get captured and imprisoned. Mr. Bluff over hears about it and has sent out agents to locate the creature, blah blah blah.
I thought it be great bu it stank. Disney ruined Doug for the last time.
Those who only like the Nickeleon Doug keep away from this movie if you dislike the Disney Doug. It just isn't the same as it was from the early 90s.
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