IMDb Polls

Poll: Dead Dogs Can Be Fun?

Dead dogs may not be as cuddly or cute as when they were alive but they do need love and attention like living dogs. So which of the following dead dogs would you adopt if you could?

Discuss your ghoulishly caring answer here!

Make Your Choice

  1. Vote!

    Frankenweenie (2012)

    I prefer my dead dogs resurrected through illicit and immoral scientific means like Frankenweenie!
  2. Vote!

    Tabloid (2010)

    I prefer to fondly remember my favorite canine friend by scientific reboot. I'll spare no expense by commissioning scientists to clone my favorite pooch after he/she passes to the great backyard in the sky.
  3. Vote!

    Peter O'Toole in Dean Spanley (2008)

    I prefer my beloved dead dog to have transmigrated his/her soul into a nearby human's body. As suggested by Cocoken.
  4. Vote!

    Corpse Bride (2005)

    I prefer my dead dogs to be no skins but just bones like Scraps!
  5. Vote!

    The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)

    I prefer my dead dogs to be ghostly apparitions like Zero (who must be camera shy. Image not found).
  6. Vote!

    Burt Reynolds and Dom DeLuise in All Dogs Go to Heaven (1989)

    I prefer my dead dogs in full corporeal form where the dog comes back to the physical world to fulfill an important task like vengeance like Charlie B Barker.
  7. Vote!

    Pet Sematary (1989)

    I'm not a dead dog person. I prefer dead cats.
  8. Vote!

    Danny Pintauro in Cujo (1983)

    I prefer my dogs rabid rather then dead. Dogs with a taste for blood! Like Cujo! :-D
  9. Vote!

    Doona Bae and Sung-Jae Lee in Barking Dogs Never Bite (2000)

    I am not a dog person (dogs live or dead). They are nosy, dirty, disgusting nuisances. The only good dog is a dead dog.
  10. Vote!

    Gates of Heaven (1978)

    Let dead dogs lie. I prefer to fondly remember my favorite canine friend but have no intention of bringing him back to life no matter the means.
  11. Vote!


    I prefer my dead dog to be stuffed and preserved like Rowdy from Scrubs.