Poochinski (1990)

TV Short  -   -  Short | Comedy
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The talking bulldog at a policeman's feet turns out to be his late partner.

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Frannie Reynolds
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Capt. Ed Martin
Courtney Barilla
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Sgt. Shriver
Tim Lawrence
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Nealla Spano
Coleby Lombardo
Alvin Alexis
Jeff Silverman
Montrose Hagins
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The talking bulldog at a policeman's feet turns out to be his late partner.

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TV gold
29 January 2010 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

I'm going to keep it short and sweet. I realise this show was supposed to be somewhat serious. It is just so funny to watch, the talking dog looks so ridiculous it's hilarious (apparently it cost a huge amount of money also), the acting is appalling but I think this has a lot to do with the almost pathetic script which is riddled with clichés, for example "you're off the case". Although it is pretty pathetic with a poor script and horrible acting I was still gagging for more and I found it more humorous than I would most actual comedy shows. For these reasons I have to say poochinski has stolen my heart.

A real shame it didn't get made.

TV gold.


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