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Family Dog 

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The twisted adventures of the Binsford family's dog. A spin-off from an "Amazing Stories" episode.
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Complete series cast summary:
Martin Mull ...  Skip Binsford 10 episodes, 1993
Molly Cheek ...  Bev Binsford 10 episodes, 1993
Danny Mann Danny Mann ...  Family Dog 10 episodes, 1993
Zak Huxtable Epstein Zak Huxtable Epstein ...  Billy Binsford 10 episodes, 1993
Cassie Cole Cassie Cole ...  Buffy Binsford 10 episodes, 1993
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The twisted adventures of the Binsford family's dog. A spin-off from an "Amazing Stories" episode.

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dog | surrealism | cartoon dog | See All (3) »

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In a dog eat dog world, it's every mutt for himself. See more »


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TV-Y
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Canada | USA

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English

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1993 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

A kutyánk See more »

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Stereo

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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Brad Bird didn't participate in making the show because he believed the premise would not work as a weekly television series. See more »

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Take it for what it is - you'll enjoy it much more.
3 February 2005 | by ginadubelSee all my reviews

This is a short, 30 minute film about a family dog. I don't think it should be dissected and analyzed - otherwise, you'll totally miss the fun and laughs it was intended for. If you ignore the big names associated with this film like Stephen Spielberg, and just watch it when you're in the mood for something silly, which most of us do when watching cartoons/animation anyway, you will enjoy this film as much as I did. I grew up with small dogs in my household all my life, and can identify with the humor. There were many places of subtle humor as well, which I enjoyed very much. I consider myself a movie buff (with over 300 movies in my collection) and some you just can't take too seriously in order to enjoy. If you do, you may miss out on the little films like this to make you laugh.


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