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Ping! (2000)

PG | | Comedy | 4 September 2001 (USA)
Ping is a chihuahua rescued from the pound by nearsighted Ethel, who thinks he's a cat. When a pair of bumbling thieves try to break into Ethel's house to steal the money they think she has stashed away, only Ping can foil their plans.

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Credited cast:
... Louie
... Stu
... Ethel Jeffries
... Dog Catcher
... Old Man
... Agent Bruce Mechanic
Ted Garcia ... TV Reporter
Brooke Winn ... Haley Jeffries
Megan Austin Oberle ... Lucretia (as Megan A. Oberle)
Eric Kushnick ... Drac
Michelle Mar ... Agent Ellen
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Tammy Coburn ... TV Reporter
... Ping! the dog (voice)
... Karate Master
... (voice)
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Ping is a chihuahua rescued from the pound by nearsighted Ethel, who thinks he's a cat. When a pair of bumbling thieves try to break into Ethel's house to steal the money they think she has stashed away, only Ping can foil their plans.

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Every dog has it's day!

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Rated PG for comic violence, mild language, some sensuality and crude humor | See all certifications »
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Mi perro adoptivo  »

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An unabashed rip-off of "Home Alone", poorly done!
2 March 2002 | by See all my reviews

The stars (?) - Jones, Reinhold, and Howard must have been in dire need of new swimming pool liners to allow themselves to appear in this per- fectly dreadful and shameful rip-off of the Home Alone series. Even the voice-overs for the animals are off-character. The gag stunts, which are the raison d'etre of this genre, are pathetically uninventive and, for the most part, unfunny. Entertainment folk must eat like everyone else, but surely the people associated with this debacle could find some other means by which to fill their bellies than to empty those of unsuspecting viewers.


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