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Leave It! (2002)

Story takes place in a dog obedinece school where a cast of colorful characters must get their dog to pass the class.

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Jamie
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Stuart
Natasha Figueroa ...
Kelly
Tom Fraser ...
Officer Crane (as T. Fraser)
Jeffrey Gilbert ...
Eric
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Liz
J. Heflin ...
New Age Woman
J. Maki ...
New age woman
Scott Nath ...
Reese
Lisa Nix ...
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Amy Prestas ...
Dog Trainer
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Dan
Will Sexton ...
Donnie
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Storyline

Two Seattle Officers, who take themselves very serious, are on a stake-out. The target: Disobedient Dog Owners. This time they've got one red handed! Trish lets the dog off leash and as he runs through the fields, Officers Crane and Deehan head her off at the pass! Trish reacts with disbelief and contempt, but when she is given the chance to attend dog obedience class instead of paying the hefty fine for breaking the leash law, she jumps at the chance. Sure that she will sail smoothly through this class, she comes to learn there is more to dog training then meets the eye. For example, it is a good way to impress a girl. Trish works extra hard to succeed in the class and win the heart of her beautiful classmate Kelly. Written by Anonymous

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Trish is sentenced to dog obedience school where she meets the girl of her dreams.

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Comedy | Drama | Romance | Short

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17 July 2002 (USA)  »

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$30,000 (estimated)
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Judge: Have you ever taken your dog to obedience school?
Trish: No, but he doesn't need it, he's a good dog.
Judge: Dog obedience class is more for the owner of the dog than the dog itself, dog owners are the ones in need of training.
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Massacre
Written and Performed by Dave Gloshinsk, John Gerlach and Jen Cherowas
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funny & clever
1 May 2003 | by See all my reviews

I really enjoyed this film. The characters were interesting and likeable and kept me engaged, and the writing was witty. It was also well directed, with good pacing and story telling. A very promising piece of work.


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