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Doggie B (2013)

Doggie Boogie - Get Your Grrr On! (original title)
PG | | Family | 11 April 2013 (Sweden)
1:33 | Trailer
A devoted Bichon pup helps his teenage owner and her dog-dancing uncle unleash their potential.


Romanus Wolter


Romanus Wolter





Credited cast:
Jesse Draper ... Cassie Barbizon
Bettina Devin ... Gertrude Spinner
Jane Wiedlin ... Dottie
Patrick Alan Davis Patrick Alan Davis ... Roman Spinner
Scott Cox Scott Cox ... Peter Wolfe
Barbara Tintori Barbara Tintori ... Karen Barbizon
Erica Gerard Erica Gerard ... Rachelle
Constance Hasapopoulos Constance Hasapopoulos ... Pinkie
Judith Sims Judith Sims ... Kia Tuel
Keith Myer Keith Myer ... Mortgage Man
Chris Marsol ... Candler
Daniel Will-Harris Daniel Will-Harris ... Dr. Loren
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Anabelle Anabelle ... Anabelle
Annie Annie ... Annie
Ken Baggott Ken Baggott ... Announcer


Doggie Boogie dances into the hearts of its family audience as they cheer for a devoted Bichon pup, Pijo, who helps his owner and her dog dancing uncle achieve their dreams. Cassie's wish to become a Vet is crushed by her mother, who has become a slave to the world of personal injury law and is forcing Cassie to follow in the family legacy. Peter Wolfe, her dog-dancing Uncle, dreams of winning a national dog dance championship but is blocked by his guilt over a tragic dance accident. Gertrude Spinner, a ten-time dog dance champion and keeper of the legendary Dog Dance Bible, will do anything to stop them. Supported by a colorful cast and enchanting dogs, Pijo uses the lessons of Barkananda ("healing bliss") to provide Cassie and Peter with a fresh start as they dance through life's twists and turns. He breathes life into everyone's dreams as he dances away with their hearts. Written by Romanus Wolter

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Get Your Grrr On!!



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Rated PG for mild rude humor | See all certifications »

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Mickey Freeman's wonderful "through the mailbox" shot of Mortgage Man arriving to present the paperwork to Gertrude. See more »

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Fun Imaginative and Coming Into Ones Own Movie
15 November 2011 | by JudithdancesSee all my reviews

Great imaginative fanciful film. About coming into ones own with the help of man's best friends (Dogs). The dog dancing contest was a riot. The Doggie Yoga Shangrrrla with it's dogs and staff were a scream . The movie displays the parallel world of spiritual healers , dog dancers, with a witch like evil doing antagonist. The back drop of San Francisco , real quirky costumes, outlandish hair-dos, inventive props helps set it off well. An amusing and delightful wayout script and characters to entertain all moviegoers.Very funny uplifting with lots of heart. It has some lessons for all ages. I think the whole family will enjoy the film.

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11 April 2013 (Sweden) See more »

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Filming Locations:

San Francisco, California, USA

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1.85 : 1
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