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Miracle Dogs (2003)

Not Rated | | Drama, Family | TV Movie 20 July 2003
The film is based on the inspirational story of Annie, a dog who battles and beats cancer.

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Kelly Maguire
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C.W. Aldrich
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Katherine Mannion
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Dr. Elliot
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Dr. Marchant
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Charlie Logan
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Andy Malone
Dudley Swetland ...
Edward Rathbone
Patrice Moncell ...
Leeza Madison
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Louie Cardona (as Woolf Simovitch)
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Dr. Ecklin
Matt McDermott ...
Fred Thompson
Todd Holland ...
Chad Ripley
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The film is based on the inspirational story of Annie, a dog who battles and beats cancer.

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dog | cancer | doctor | See All (3) »

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Sometimes life can be littered with little miracles.

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Drama | Family

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20 July 2003 (USA)  »

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Csodakutyák  »

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Alana Austin is the only actor from this film to appear in the unrelated sequel, although as a completely different character. See more »

Goofs

When the janitor finds Annie with Katherine and leads the Springer Spaniel away, she has three legs (at around 1h 11 mins), but in the very next scene (at around 1h 11 mins) the janitor is leading a Springer Spaniel with four legs down the corridor, which would be Max, with no explanation of what he did with Annie nor how he captured Max. See more »

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Terri Logan: Now. What's going on?
Dr. Ben Logan: Looks like we're not going back to Denver after all.
Terri Logan: We're not?
Dr. Ben Logan: No. It looks like we've been reinstated, too.
Terri Logan: We have?
Dr. Ben Logan: Effective immediately.
Terri Logan: Oh, yeah? I don't know if I want to be reinstated.
Dr. Ben Logan: Why?
Terri Logan: Well... I was thinking about what you said about sometimes a mom should be at home and I think maybe this mom should be at home now... it's the right time for this mom to be home... maybe.
Dr. Ben Logan: You feeling all right?
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Nice and furry Family friendly flick
27 May 2005 | by See all my reviews

I liked this movie. It is a lot better than the Beethovin dog movies. The cast was refreshing, bringing some names to the screen we haven't seen for a while. Newcomer KC Clyde -The Best Two Years- is a very good actor and I hope to see more of him. Craig Clyde ,I assume they are related, did a very fine job with the screenplay and direction. We need more films like this for our children to enjoy. Alana Austin was adorable. Kate Jackson is still quite breathtaking. Stacy Keach showed a side to his acting we have not seen before. It was also good to see Wayne Rogers again. When I first viewed this page the part of Dr.Holdorman was mistakenly credited as the other MASH sidekick Mike Farell. But is indeed Wayne Rogers. I hope this has been corrected by the time you read this. Another great actor, Daniel Roebuck, also appears in this film. I have been seeing him everywhere lately. Oh yeah, the three legged dog, Annie, was also quite superb!


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