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Dog and Pony ()


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Desperate for quick cash, Hank and Britt set out to capture escaped convict Mongo for a big chunk of reward money.

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Hank Dolworth
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Britt Pollack
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Katie Nichols
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Gretchen
Jamie Denbo ...
Maggie Lefferts
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Detective Mark Gustafson
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Barry
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Denham
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Montell
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Lauren Rivera
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Aggatha Hagglethorpe
Craig Susser ...
Reynolds
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Swift
Todd Fasen ...
Gunt
Alex Berg ...
Blodgett
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Bertram Lonner
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Vivian
Monique Fleming ...
Bradley's Wife
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Esther

Directed by

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Clark Johnson

Written by

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Ted Griffin ... (creator) (creator)
 
Shawn Ryan ... (written by) &
Jed Seidel ... (written by)
 
Leslye Headland ... (staff writer) &
Jon Worley ... (staff writer)

Produced by

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Nicolas Bradley ... co-producer
Ted Griffin ... executive producer
Marney Hochman ... co-executive producer
Ed Milkovich ... producer
Tim Minear ... executive producer
Shawn Ryan ... executive producer
Jed Seidel ... consulting producer
Phoef Sutton ... consulting producer

Music by

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Robert Duncan

Cinematography by

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Curtis Wehr ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Jordan Goldman

Editorial Department

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Brock Hammitt ... assistant editor
Amy Collier ... post-production assistant (uncredited)

Casting By

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Sharon Bialy
Sherry Thomas

Production Design by

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Bruce Alan Miller ... (as Bruce Miller)

Art Direction by

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Nigel Clinker

Set Decoration by

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Christopher Marsteller

Costume Design by

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Kathryn Morrison

Makeup Department

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Merribelle Anderson ... asst dept head hair
Breanne McNally ... key hair stylist
Julie Socash ... makeup department head
Gabby Suarez ... assistant hair stylist
Renee J. Vaca ... hair department head (as Renee Vaca)
Katie Kilkenny ... key makeup artist (uncredited)

Production Management

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Alex Espinoza ... post-production supervisor (as Alejandro Espinoza)
Ed Milkovich ... unit production manager
James E. Williams ... production supervisor (as James Williams)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Mark Hansson ... first assistant director
Dan Mulvaney ... second assistant director
Timothy Grant Engle ... second second assistant director (uncredited)

Art Department

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Gregory M. Edgar ... property master (as Gregory Edgar)
Kevin Gustavson ... construction coordinator
Jerod Johnson ... painter
Rod Leota ... leadman
Michael Poolman ... carpenter
Steven Mathew Smith ... set dresser
Sandy Summer ... buyer
Gabriel Torres ... carpenter
Peggy Johnson ... paint gang boss (uncredited)
Matt Kindelan ... props (uncredited)
Jason Kleinschmit ... construction foreman (uncredited)
Megan Soto ... art department coordinator (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Jp Borden ... sound
Peter Kelsey ... re-recording mixer
Christopher Landers ... additional re-recording mixer
Thomas O'Neil Younkman ... sound effects editor
David Rawlinson ... re-recording mixer
Rocky Reilly ... boom operator
Sean Rush ... production sound mixer
Lauren Stephens ... sound supervisor

Special Effects by

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Tommy Christian ... special effects

Visual Effects by

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Gevork Babityan ... visual effects
Tim Jacobsen ... visual effects producer
Aldo Ruggiero ... digital compositor
Alfredo Tognetti ... digital compositor
Josh Miyaji ... visual effects artist (uncredited)

Stunts

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Courtney Farnsworth ... stunt double
Eric Norris ... stunt coordinator (uncredited)
Winston West ... stunts (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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William D. Barber ... camera operator (as Bill Barber)
Justin Bernard ... electrician
Blake Collins ... camera trainee
Graeme Dickson ... rigging grip
Vernon Evans ... video playback
Justin Fisher ... rigging grip
Seth Greenwald ... key grip
Tim Hogle ... rigging electrician
Nick Kirkwood ... rigging electrician
Scott A. Kline ... electrician
Tim McCarthy ... second assistant camera
Jon Mentzer ... chief lighting technician
John Christian Patterson ... best boy electric: rigging unit
Michael Ryan Sharp ... second assistant camera
Lucas Solomon ... video playback supervisor
Tim Stronk ... best boy grip
Christopher Tamuty ... lighting technician
Spencer Combs ... steadicam operator (uncredited)
Scott Kidner ... assistant chief lighting technician (uncredited)
Keith Sorrell ... rigging gaffer (uncredited)
Brian Taylor ... rigging electrician (uncredited)
Greg Wehr ... grip (uncredited)
Michael Westby ... rig electrician (uncredited)
John Young ... first assistant (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Gohar Gazazyan ... casting associate
D. Candis Paule ... casting: San Diego
Josh Temple ... casting associate (as Joshua Temple)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Cate Adams ... costume shopper
John Patrick Doyle ... key set costumer (2010)
Trisch Rutter ... key costumer
Joyce A. Henriquez ... costumes (uncredited)

Location Management

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Maynard Mendoza ... location manager
Jason Savage ... location manager
Travis Taylor ... assistant location manager
Jason Gorman ... location assistant (uncredited)
Lisa S. Rothmuller ... key assistant location manager (uncredited)
Joe Stargensky ... key assistant location manager (uncredited)

Music Department

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Sharyn Gersh ... music editor (as Sharyn Tylk Gersh)
Evyen Klean ... music supervisor
Jennifer Reeve ... music supervisor
Sebastian Arocha Morton ... composer: additional music (uncredited)

Transportation Department

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Timothy Bateman ... transportation coordinator (as Tim Bateman)
Christopher Battley ... crew driver

Other crew

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Susan Buliavac ... script supervisor (as Sooze Buliavac)
John J. Gray ... assistant: Mr. Minear
Lisa Greenspan ... production coordinator (as Lisa Greenspan Molmud)
Veronica Kahn ... stand-in
Angela Kang ... staff writer
Jessamyn Land ... set production assistant
Josh Miyaji ... main title design
Ned Navidi ... assistant to writer
Kevin Townsley ... assistant: Mr. Ryan
Jason T. Welden ... computer/video playback
Kelly Wheeler ... assistant: Mr. Ryan/Mr. Griffin
Sherry Williams ... production accountant
Shawn Brady ... set medic (uncredited)
Glenn Camaclang ... production assistant (uncredited)
Travis Jackson ... writers production assistant (uncredited)
Annette Moreno ... key craft service (uncredited)
Matthew Nagorner ... production assistant (uncredited)
Annika Suber ... production assistant (uncredited)
Rob Wittstadt ... production assistant (uncredited)

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Plot Summary

The corrupt project developer's lawyers manage to discredit the charges, so the boys won't be paid, probably for long, and police detective Mark Gustafson takes the correct suspicion of evidence planting seriously. Desperate for a cash down-payment on his end his ex's home, Hank illegally snoops in police files and drags Britt along in search of a San Diego horse track robbery. It involves fugitive giant Mongo, whom they trap by pretending to extort his loyal girlfriend, and his half-brother, the track accountant. Meanwhile Britt's vet lover's asylum-adopted dachshund proves a joy-killer, even in bed, but he finds an alternative. Written by KGF Vissers

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Also Known As
  • Dog and Pony (United States)
Runtime
  • 44 min
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