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Hollywood, It's a Dog's Life (2004)
"Big Chuck, Little Chuck" (original title)

 -  Family | Comedy  -  2004 (USA)
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Hank O'Hara is a former stuntman turned dog and horse trainer. In the opening we see one of his dogs acting in a movie. Hank's widowed daughter and her daughter return to Hank's place, and ... See full summary »

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Cast

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Dr. Montoya
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Miss Connors
Brent Davis ...
The Director
Bob Havice ...
Jim (as Robert Havice)
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Hank O'Hara
Tonjua Swann ...
Patricia
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Carly Simmons
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Robbie Williams
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Mary Kate Simmons
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Liz
Mayf Nutter ...
Coop
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Will Henderson
Robert F. Hoy ...
Robert Hoy (as Robert Hoy)
Jack Williams ...
Jack Williams
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Tomas
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Hank O'Hara is a former stuntman turned dog and horse trainer. In the opening we see one of his dogs acting in a movie. Hank's widowed daughter and her daughter return to Hank's place, and the 11 year old granddaughter turns out to be a talented dog trainer. We follow Hank and his family, human as well as equine and canine, as the animals act in several movies and a commercial, and we meet many interesting personalities on the way. "Big Chuck" is the older, experienced dog, and "Little Chuck", also called "Junior", is the younger dog, just learning his job. Written by M E Ranch

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The dogs trained and used in this film were all rescued from area animal shelters. See more »

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Wendy Norwood: That was incredible! It seemed so real!
Coop: Well, you just have to have the right talent.
Hank O'Hara: I think she was referring to the dog.
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