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The Dog Who Saved Christmas (2009)

The Bannister family's new addition, Zeus (voiced by Mario Lopez of TV's SAVED BY THE BELL), the yellow Labrador, appears to be less than the dependable guard dog the family needs. However,... See full summary »

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Cast

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George Bannister
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Zeus (voice)
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Stewey McMann (as Joey Coco Diaz)
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Grandma Bannister
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Cat Lady
Lana ...
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Dog Pound Dogs (voice)
Ilana Silverman ...
Chegwee (voice)
Coley Feifer ...
Mouse 1 / Young George (voice) (as Coley Michael Feifer)
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Mouse 2 (voice)
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Perry Winkle
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The Bannister family's new addition, Zeus (voiced by Mario Lopez of TV's SAVED BY THE BELL), the yellow Labrador, appears to be less than the dependable guard dog the family needs. However, when two burglars set out to break into the Bannister's home while they're away for Christmas, Zeus seizes the chance to be a hero, proving every dog - even this one - has his day. Dean Cain (TV's LOIS & CLARK), Gary Valentine (TV's THE KING OF QUEENS), Elisa Donovan (CLUELESS, TV's SABRINA THE TEENAGE WITCH), Mindy Sterling (AUSTIN POWERS), and Adrienne Barbeau (MAUDE, CARINVALE) also lend their voices in this heart-warming animated holiday movie. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy

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Rated PG for some mild language and rude humor
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29 November 2009 (USA)  »

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The Christmas Dog  »

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Goofs

At the beginning of the movie when George was adopting Zeus at the animal shelter, the dog shown was clearly a female. See more »

Connections

Followed by The Dog Who Saved the Holidays (2012) See more »

Soundtracks

Jingle Bells
(Traditional)
Arranged by Marc Ferrari and Pete Surdoval
Performed by Marc Dauenhauer
Published by Red Engine Music (ASCAP)
Courtesy of Marc Ferrari / Mastersource
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Christmas in Conn... errr I Glendale, Ca
14 November 2010 | by (Souther California) – See all my reviews

One of the worst made for anything movies... Unless it was made by a film student at a community college, thank goodness mini DV tapes are so inexpensive. So sad to see some respectable actors making a movie such as this. The location (SoCal) chosen to represent Connecticut, couldn't have been any worse. Sun Valley, Angeles Crest Highway, representing the East Coast, really?? Palm trees (not to mention chaparral, and evergreen tree lined streets, replacing snow, just doesn't cut it, on any level. The voice over acting or should I really blame the sound editors... In the same room, one actor's voice sounding like its in a can, while the other is respectable. How about wardrobe and props. The thieves were more than dusted with flour, however they were amazingly flour free. The house which was multiple level, I'll give the viewer that, would have the actors on one level... then on another level without taking the stairs. I can't go on... I'll let the viewer get a kick out of ripping this move apart!!


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