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26 May 2003 (USA) See more »
Part Dog. Part Machine. All Best Friend.
When Rex, a good-natured Golden Retriever, is given bionic super powers by an eccentric scientist, he becomes the target of an evil genius determined to possess the new technology at any cost. | Add synopsis »
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The six million dollar canine? Yes, and this film is great for families! See more (7 total) »


  (in credits order)

Judd Nelson ... Alex

Ryan Cooley ... Nino

Michelle Nolden ... Juliet

Paulina Mielech ... Erica
Tonio Arango ... Temple

Joe Pingue ... Max

Pedro Salvín ... Rubio
Khafre Armatrading ... Kyle (as Kafre Armatrading)
Bryon Bully ... Bully #1
Ian Bradley-Perrin ... Bully #2
Maureen Kirkpatrick ... Nurse
Marie Beath Badian ... Policewoman
David Young ... Policeman

Directed by
George Miller 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Kevin Commins 
Gerald Sanford 

Produced by
Paco Alvarez .... co-producer
Martin J. Barab .... executive producer
Paul Barkin .... line producer
Alain Bordiec .... executive producer
Georges Campana .... executive producer
Lewis Chesler .... producer (as Lewis B. Chesler)
Chris Chrisafis .... co-executive producer
Kevin Commins .... co-producer
Frank Hübner .... producer
Peter Paulich .... executive producer
David Perlmutter .... producer (as David M. Perlmutter)
Andrew Somper .... co-executive producer
Robert Vaughn .... co-executive producer
J. David Williams .... executive producer
Original Music by
Christian Henson 
Cinematography by
Russ Goozee 
Film Editing by
Ron Wisman 
Casting by
Claudia Smith 
Production Design by
David Hackl 
Art Direction by
John Welbanks 
Set Decoration by
Rob Hepburn 
Costume Design by
Shelley Mansell 
Makeup Department
Rachel Affolter .... assistant makeup artist
Tracy Bentley .... makeup artist
Stephanie Ingram .... assistant hair stylist
Leanne Morrison .... hair stylist
Production Management
Paul Barkin .... production manager
Michael Frenschkowski .... executive in charge of production: Europe
Reinhild Gräber .... production supervisor: ApolloMedia
Rudolf Kurz .... production supervisor: ApolloMedia
Marvin Lawrence .... post-production supervisor
Karin Schockweiler .... production executive: Screensaver
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Derby Crewe .... second unit director
Shawn Flynn .... trainee assistant director: dgc splinter unit
Jenny Murray .... third assistant director
Pazz Neglia .... second assistant director
Elizabeth Parker .... dgc trainee assistant director
Howard Rothschild .... first assistant director
Art Department
Man Lan Chan .... third assistant art director
Linda Cheung .... set dresser
Robin E. Eecloo .... assistant props (as Robin Eecloo)
Craig Grant .... property master
Rod James .... painter
Mark Jaworski .... lead dresser
Peter Karmazsin .... on set dresser
Janet Macleod .... sets buyer
Ian Patrick McAllister .... second assistant art director
Luke Moretti .... set dresser
Dan Mucka .... head carpenter
Carlos Subercaseaux .... construction coordinator
John Welbanks .... first assistant art director
Sound Department
Stuart Bagshaw .... assistant dubbing mixer
Paula Boram .... foley artist
Terry Brown .... tracklay: effects
Edward Bulman .... foley recordist & editor
Gianluca Buttari .... assistant foley recordist
Peter Clements .... sound recordist
Melissa Lake .... foley artist
Paul McGlashan .... boom operator
Graeme Stoten .... dubbing mixer
Special Effects by
Brock Jolliffe .... special effects coordinator
Visual Effects by
Alison Middaugh Barger .... digital artist (as Alison Middaugh)
John Furniotis .... visual effects supervisor
Jamie Hallett .... digital compositor
Dave Salter .... digital compositor
Dan Belley .... stunt key
Marco Bianco .... stunt coordinator
Wayne Downer .... stunt double: Alex
Kevin Rushton .... stunt double: Max
Jennifer Vey .... stunt double: Erica
Camera and Electrical Department
Ian Anderson .... second assistant: c camera
Eric Berger .... key grip
Phillippe Champion .... a camera first assistant
Joseph Chan .... second assistant: c camera
Michael Fylyshtan .... Steadicam operator
Michael Gibson .... still photographer
Michael Hall .... camera operator: "a" camera (as Mike Hall)
Frank Hardin .... genny operator
Paul Hildebrand .... grip
Paul Howden .... best boy grip
Jeremy Hudspith .... gaffer
Andy Jakebsons .... c camera first assistant
Melanie Jeffrey .... b camera second assistant
J. Joly .... electrician (as Jason Joly)
J.P. Locherer .... b camera operator
J.P. Locherer .... director of photography: second unit
John MacLean .... grip
Kaelin McCowan .... first assistant camera: "c" camera
Mitch Ness .... camera c operator
Derek Porter .... electrician
Carl Savage .... dolly grip
Eric Sherping .... a camera: trainee
Kerry Smart .... b camera first assistant
Benjamin Smith .... a camera second assistant
James Tamblyn .... 24 frame video operator
Scott Tremblay .... electrician
David Watts .... best boy electric
Jaclyn Young .... second assistant: c camera
Casting Department
Krisztina M. Neglia .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Trina Gismondi .... assistant costume designer
Crystal Silden .... set supervisor
Kafi Wilson .... seamstress
Editorial Department
James C. Christie .... assistant editor
Anna Cliff .... edit assistant
Aoibhinn Dinnigan .... telecine assistant
Colin Peters .... colorist
Monty Walden .... post-production coordinator
Music Department
Kevin Commins .... music supervisor
Adam Evans .... musician: electric guitar
Christian Henson .... written and performed by: Cybermutt song
Joe Henson .... musician: bass guitar
Jay Hickman .... lyrics and vocals: Cybermutt song
Tom Leader .... re-recording and song mixing
Hilary Skewes .... orchestral contractor
Robert Vaughn .... lyrics: Cybermutt song
Transportation Department
Bob Arsenault .... head driver (as Bob Arsenault)
Joe Chircop .... driver
Scott Clarke .... transportation coordinator
Glen Cresswell .... driver
Richard Hooper .... driver
Dion Kelsie .... driver
Brian Marwick .... honeywagon driver
Tom Pobrislo .... driver
DeeDee Scruton .... captain
Other crew
Cynthia Amsden .... unit publicist
Rachel Archer .... truck assistant
Monica Babic .... trainee accountant
Jessica Barnes .... stand-in
Thomas Becker .... legal affairs: ApolloMedia
John 'Frenchie' Berger .... armorer
Stephanie Lee Berger .... weapons handler
Laurie Biderman .... assistant coordinator
Heenan Blaikie .... legal services: Canada
Laurel Bresnahan .... education liaison
Ralph Bruzzese .... location security
Christina Buchli .... legal services: Canada
Angela Clarke .... first assistant accountant: accounts payable (as Angela 'Mega' Clarke)
Jane Conway .... animal coordinator
Jane Conway .... animal trainer
Michael Cote .... financial controller
Birthe Danielsen .... assistant: Mr. Felscher
David Dant .... shortfall insurance
Jim Desroches .... assistant: Mr. Alvarez (as Jim DesRoches)
James Duffy .... location production assistant
David Farant .... stand-in
Sean M. Fawcett .... legal services: L.A.
Thorsten Felscher .... financial advisor: ApolloMedia
Judy Fess .... dog trainer
Alice Wickwire Foster .... production coordinator
Roberta Harron .... executive administrator
Angie Howard .... assistant: Mr. Chester
Peter Kennedy .... location security
Ron Kennell .... receptionist
Marco Kyris .... stand-in
Matt Lawford .... shortfall insurance
Gaille Ledrew .... contract administrator
Sylvia Lee .... receptionist
Amy Lennie .... clearances
Robin Litwack .... craft service
Chris MacDonald .... office production assistant
Rob Mader .... post-production accountant
Garry Maher .... assistant: Mr. Chesler (as Garry 'Gerhart' Maher)
Samia Mainz .... assistant: Mr. Huebner
Francesca Mauri .... office production assistant
Patsy McVicars .... tutor
Stephanie Miller .... script supervisor
Rachel Oldfield .... assistant craft service
Wayne Pells .... script supervisor second unit
Lorraine Proctor .... second assistant accountant
Michelle Ramez .... first assistant accountant payroll
Nadine Schäfer .... assistant: Mr. Westerkamp and Mr. Becker
David Steinberg .... legal services: Canada
David Steinberg .... legal
John Stephenson .... location security
Warner Strauss .... assistant location manager
Taylore Turzanzki .... key accountant
Dani Vicuna .... assistant: Mr. Alvarez
Monty Walden .... assistant: Mr. Vaughn
Marvin Waxman .... medical
Jörg Westerkamp .... legal affairs: ApolloMedia
Eardley Wilmot .... location manager

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Rated PG for action/peril, some mild sensuality, language and thematic elements
95 min
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Did You Know?

The scene with Rex crossing a concrete bridge with a railway trestle in the background should be familiar to many fans of the Canadian rock group The Stampeders, as the bridge is where they posed for their "Carryin' On" 1971 album cover. Exact location is unknown.See more »
Errors made by characters (possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): When Alex explains to Erica how Rex is going to catch the ball in the lab, he estimates the time, from when he hits the ball to when Rex catches it, is "5.2 seconds." It then takes almost twice that long for the experiment to take place.See more »
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Referenced in Leisure Suit Larry: Magna Cum Laude (2004) (VG)See more »


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2 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
The six million dollar canine? Yes, and this film is great for families!, 4 December 2006
Author: Amy Adler from Toledo, Ohio

Juliet's tweenager son, Nino, is having a difficult time dealing with the death of his father to cancer. Nino has no friends, except his beloved dog, Rex, and he is being bullied in school, too. One day, when Juliet and Nino are out in a park, walking Rex, they meet a doctor named Alex (Judd Nelson). Alex is testing a robotic contraption and Nino is fascinated. Unexpectedly, a car comes toward them all and Rex jumps to push Dr. Alex out of the way. Rex is very seriously hurt. Dr. Alex insists that he can keep Rex alive and make him better than new, if they take him to his laboratory. Rex, with the help of Alex and his fellow doctor-fiancé, does indeed make it. Nino's retriever now has the most superior powers of a bionic dog. Yet, trouble is brewing. There may be someone out to kidnap Rex. Will Rex be snatched away from the boy who loves him? This is a nice movie for families, especially those who are partial to animal flicks. Nelson is charming as the rumpled but golden-hearted scientist. The rest of the cast is also nice, with Michelle Nolden giving a sweet performance as Juliet. Rex is a lovable and talented dog who will melt hearts as he goes from near death to superdog. The production values and costumes are fine as well. For those who love films that embrace family values, while producing chuckles and excitement, this is a great choice. Children will love the boy and his dog theme while adults will appreciate the quiet love story that emerges, too.

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