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Mooch Goes to Hollywood (1971)

| Comedy, Family | TV Movie
A dog named Mooch comes to Hollywood and tries to make it in show business with the help of Zsa Zsa Gabor (narrator).

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A dog named Mooch comes to Hollywood and tries to make it in show business with the help of Zsa Zsa Gabor (narrator).

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Fun Family Entertainment and for All Dog Lovers
9 November 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A cute film for preschoolers through adults. Children will love "Mooch" as she romps all over Hollywood in search of her "big break." "Mooch" is all dog as she relies on her wit and charm (and a little advice from Zza Zza Gabor) to win the heart of "Hollywood." Adults, especially the "Boomers" will enjoy the archival footage of the early 1970's Hollywood. The supporting cast includes a good variety of famous TV and film stars. Zza Zza Gabor's intermittent narration is never distracting. The film's running time of 55 minutes makes it an excellent choice for family gatherings, after-school programs, dog parties and the like.


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