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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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Kim Hamilton ...
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Grace Albertson ...
Lady with Cat
Jay Jostyn ...
Man with Duck
Lynne Lipton ...
Voice of Mooch
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James Harding ...
Dr. Hackett
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Mooch (as Higgins the Dog)
Frank Inn ...
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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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Hallelujah Chorus
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from "The Messiah"
Music by George Frideric Handel
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Mr. Magoo's Satyricon
26 January 2008 | by (Bigtown, Montana USA) – See all my reviews

This bottom-of-the-barrel excuse for a film would be right at home on a double-bill with 'Reefer Madness.' I caught it while surfing through Pat Robertson's dreadful 'Family Network.' Being a student of the macabre, I was immediately sucked in. Surely the only family that would be delighted at this dreck would be the Addams Family. However, if you are a boomer, you'll be amazed at the number of 1970s TV and movie 'names' who make (mostly cameo) appearances. (Since most are at a 'Hollywood Party', one gets the impression that a real party was somehow arranged. What sinister secrets did Jim Backus have on all these people? Some kind of Scientologist voodoo?) Beware: Anyone who would show this to their children should not be surprised if they grow up to be John Waters.


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