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Miracle Dogs Too (2006)

Not Rated | | Drama, Family | Video 1 April 2006
Zack, a young boy, finds two cocker spaniels caged in the woods and takes them home. The animals, Sissy and Buddy, have magical healing powers that change the people of a small town.

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Richard Gabai

Writer:

Leland Douglas
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Janine Turner ... Paula Wells
Patrick Muldoon ... Dr. Jeff
Dustin Hunter Evans ... Zack Wells
Lesley Ann Warren ... Nurse Bleaker
Jaleel White ... Leo
Jonathon Trent ... Francis
Casey Evans ... Sarah Wells
Preston Jones ... Josh
Charles Durning ... Capt. Pete Weaver
David Keith ... Mr. Mulvaney
Alana Austin ... Natalie
Frances P. Evans Frances P. Evans ... Nurse Frances
Ed Young Ed Young ... John Moore
Dorothy Deavers Dorothy Deavers ... Elizabeth
James Trow James Trow ... Mr. Parker
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Zack, a young boy, finds two cocker spaniels caged in the woods and takes them home. The animals, Sissy and Buddy, have magical healing powers that change the people of a small town.

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An Inspirational Tail.

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Drama | Family

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Not Rated | See all certifications »
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Official Sites:

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 April 2006 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

2 Wunder Hunde See more »

Filming Locations:

Dallas, Texas, USA See more »

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Budget:

$600,000 (estimated)
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (HDCAM)| Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Alana Austin is the only actor from the first film to appear in this one, although as a completely different character. See more »

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When the 2 guys in the beginning of the movie steal the SUV, the front license plate is different then the back license plate. See more »

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Follows Miracle Dogs (2003) See more »

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All Alone
Written by Richard Gabai
Performed by Richard Gabai
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Miracle Dogs Too.
6 February 2009 | by Azu_KalamazooSee all my reviews

This movie sucked balls. It's about this kid who has always wanted a dog but can't have one because of his sister's dog phobia (who wears big sunglasses to hide a tiny scar from a dog bite that she claims to have completely deformed her) and he ends up finding these dogs that have magical powers and then at the end they all get puppies.

These two teenagers steal a car (the stereotypical shady guitar-playing kid convinces the nice-guy-with-good-intentions-but-finds-himself-in-a-bad-crowd Steve Urkel to "borrow" it with him) and they find the two miracle dogs in the back seat. The wannabe grunge kid tells Urkel to throw the dogs in a river or something, but Urkel just puts the cage in the middle of the woods instead.

A bunch of crap happens with some old people that I don't remember and then the kid that wants a dog but can't have one because of his sister's dog phobia conveniently finds the dogs in the woods and lets them out of the cage. He's surprised why they would follow him home. He's smart. He hides the dogs from his mom in his tree house. I think. I don't remember. Wait, no, it was in that retirement home with a bunch of ugly nearly-dead people. The dogs lick their crotches and the old people all danced.

The best/dumbest part of the movie happens when the sister character is in the backyard, dancing and singing to obnoxious techno music. When I say "dancing", I mean she was randomly fidgeting around, and when I say "singing", I really mean she was yelling "WOO!" every few seconds. Of course, the preppy blond neighbor boy (complete opposite to her stereotypical rebel/punk/whatever thing she has going on) next door hears her, and gos over to where he hears it. The stupid bitch is completely surprised that anyone would hear her, and acts shocked and embarrassed.

The shady grunge kid and Urkel then try to steal the dogs back so they can use their miracle healing powers to exploit the sick and profit from their need for help. Shame on you. Shame. On. You. Urkel does the right thing and they get the dogs back and everyone lives happily ever after.


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