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Who Gets the Dog? (2016)

PG | | Comedy | 13 September 2016 (USA)
A couple going through a divorce squabble over custody of their beloved dog.

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Clay Lonnergan
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Olive Greene
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Glenn Hannon
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Rhett
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Libby
Devin Bethea ...
Koji
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Dr. Wendy
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Squatter Leader
Maury Cooper ...
Squatter
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Annalise Day
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Judge Hutcheon (as Felicia P. Fields)
Danny Rhodes ...
Bartholomew
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Coach
Dexter Zollicoffer ...
Doctor
Danielle Puterbaugh ...
Nurse
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A couple going through a divorce squabble over custody of their beloved dog.

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Breakups can be woof!

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Comedy

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Rated PG for language including a brief drug reference | See all certifications »
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13 September 2016 (USA)  »

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Mozart, un cane per due  »

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Scenes from this movie were filmed at the Chicago Wolves game on February 13, 2015 game where they won 1-0 over the Oklahoma City Barons. See more »

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In Love and War
Performed by David Newton and Thee Mighty Angels
Written by David Newton
Published by Bilston United Music (BMI)
Courtesy of David Newton and Thee Mighty Angels
Under license from Laurel Canon Licensing
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Entertaining and fun. Great family movie. Fun to see Alicia Silverstone back in action!
4 October 2016 | by See all my reviews

Our family very much enjoyed this movie. Great shots of Chicago. Very cute dog. Great chemistry between the lead actors. Has a "Mrs. Doubtfire" feel and good message. We liked the story line and appreciated the wholesome humor that appealed to both our kids and us as adults. Will definitely watch again. My kids loved the hockey scenes. You frequently see this category of movie made anymore. Dog lovers will love it. Funny supporting actors brought levity and humor to several scenes. Look forward to more movies like theses from these writers - did a great job of making it all funny and believable. Surprised that this movie didn't make it to theaters. Would have loved to see something non-animated that appeals to kids and adults alike.


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