Ping is a chihuahua rescued from the pound by nearsighted Ethel, who thinks he's a cat. When a pair of bumbling thieves try to break into Ethel's house to steal the money they think she has stashed away, only Ping can foil their plans.

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Ping is a chihuahua rescued from the pound by nearsighted Ethel, who thinks he's a cat. When a pair of bumbling thieves try to break into Ethel's house to steal the money they think she has stashed away, only Ping can foil their plans.

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Every dog has it's day!

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Rated PG for comic violence, mild language, some sensuality and crude humor | See all certifications »
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4 September 2001 (USA)  »

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Mi perro adoptivo  »

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Well, it's not Shakespeare - but if you have a Chihuahua . . .
26 December 2003 | by (Houston, Texas) – See all my reviews

OK, I will admit that this movie is a take-off on Home-Alone. I will even admit that the movie will never ever win an Oscar. BUT - if you are a dog owner, and especially a Chihuahua dog owner like I am - this movie ROCKS! It is a cute - WAY over the top movie about a hero Chihuahua who thinks it is a cat. But that isn't even the funny parts. The funny parts are when Ping "becomes" Macaulay Culkin (who named that kid anyway) and beats up on the bad guys. It is a stupid movie for most, but for us Chihuahua owners, it is a wonderful alternative to the Legally Blondes (those folks should be arrested for dressing that poor little dog - only kidding). Anyway, Ping! is a delightful movie if all you want to do is smile and giggle a few times. I myself am an action movie guy, but I do love my little Chihuahua (Dimples) so I guess you could call me soft for enjoying this flick. If it makes me smile, even once, it isn't a waste of celluloid. Laughter is a hard commodity to come by today and this flick produces a small amount of it. I own it, but then, I also own a Chihuahua - so go figure.


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