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Nine Dog Christmas (2004)

Not Rated | | Animation, Family | Video 5 October 2004
Nine stray dogs (Snowplow, Tank, Q.T,,, Frenchie, Ceech, Chester, Fetch, MacGregor and No-Name) are recruited as reindeers to help Santa bring Christmas to the world.

Director:

Kamoon Song (as Ka Moon Song)

Writers:

Roy Wilson (concept), Carter Crocker | 1 more credit »
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Credited cast:
James Earl Jones ... Narrator (voice)
Scott Hamilton ... Buzz (voice)
Russi Taylor ... Agnes Anne (voice)
Randy Rice Randy Rice ... Pierre / Tiny / Chester / Snowplow (voice)
Mitch Urban Mitch Urban ... Tank / Frenchie / No Name (voice)
Jeanine DiTomasso Jeanine DiTomasso ... Q-T (voice)
Keith Silverstein ... Cheech / Desk Sergeant (voice)
Thomas Garner Thomas Garner ... McGregor / Fetch (voice) (as Tom Garner)
Pat Fraley ... Santa / Number 2 Elf (voice)
Gil Ellis Gil Ellis ... Butcher (voice) (as Gill Ellis)
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Christy Lynn Christy Lynn ... Additional Character Voices (voice)
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Nine stray dogs (Snowplow, Tank, Q.T,,, Frenchie, Ceech, Chester, Fetch, MacGregor and No-Name) are recruited as reindeers to help Santa bring Christmas to the world.

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Animation | Family

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 October 2004 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

I nove cani di Babbo Natale See more »

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Hey, hey, dog lovers of all ages will get a kick out of this!
17 December 2006 | by FrostyHornyPieSee all my reviews

Sure, it's for kids, but I'm no kid...well maybe an over=grown one or a kid at heart. Anyway, I liked this because the dogs were well characterized as individuals albeit stereotyped ones. The animation is standard and while nothing outstanding, it's sure adequate.James Earl Jones of course added his own sympathetic tones to the narration. It has a reasonably complicated enough plot for those at all age levels, so even if you're adult and feel silly watching something like this, grab a kid and watch it with him or her..he or she will love it and especially if you're a dog lover, you'll like it too, whether you want to admit it or not. Ho, ho, ho!


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