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Doggie B (2012)





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When aspiring vet Cassie finds out that her Uncle Peter's dog dancing studio is in danger of closing, she enters her devoted pup Pijo in the Dog Dancing Championships. Standing between the grand prize and the glory is ten-time champion Gertrude and her dancing canine Chaos, who will stop at nothing to win. With the help of family and friends, Cassie and Pijo lace up all six dancing shoes, raise the woof, and take on the competition tail on. -- (C) Phase 4more
Rating: PG (for mild rude humor)
Genre: Comedy
Directed By:
Written By: Romanus Wolter
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On DVD: Nov 27, 2012
Phase 4 Films - Official Site

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Jesse Draper
as Cassie Barbizon
Scott E. Cox
as Peter Wolfe
Bettina Devin
as Gertrude Spinner
Patrick Davis
as Roman Spinner
Barbara Tintori
as Karen Barbizon
Erica Gerard
as Rachelle
Judith Sims
as Kia Tuel
Keith Myer
as Mortgage Man
Chris Marsol
as Candler
Robin Griffin
as Dognositist
as Pijo
Ken Baggott
as Announcer 1
Linden King
as Announcer 2
Michael Sean Roads
as Taxi Driver
Bob Vickers
as Judge 1
Dr. Hal
as Judge 4
Ronkat Spearman
as Judge 1 Nationals
Gabby La La
as Judge 2 Nationals
Evelyn Taft
as Judge 3 Nationals
Caleb Hessing
as Bongo Player
Peter Suter
as Bongo Player
Shelah Barr
as Dog Masseuse
Erin Shredder
as Hula Hooper
Gregangelo Herrera
as Whirling Dervish Per...
Carles Sanchez
as Security Guard
Andrew R. Swan
as Security Guard
Olivia Sellers
as Background Extra
Eva Grady
as Elvis' Girlfriend #1
Beverly Ulbrich
as Dognosis Student
Margaret Hahn
as Dognosis Student
Katy Massey
as Gertrude's Double
Judy Gamet
as Peter's Double
Anna Griffith
as Judge Double
Bella Nickel
as Young Cassie
Alyssa Ferrari
as Young Karen
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Critic Reviews for Doggie B

All Critics (1)

Quirky dog-show comedy overdoes the eccentricity.

Full Review… | April 26, 2013
Common Sense Media

Audience Reviews for Doggie B

Unlike many films that claim to be "family films", Doggie B actually delivers. Little kids will enjoy happy, dancing canines and tweens and teens will enjoy the slightly rebellious Cassie and her burgeoning, chaste romance with Roman (nephew of the evil Gertrude). Adults will appreciate that in every frame it is obvious that writer/director Romanus Wolter is a true lover of movies. From the obvious homages to films like The Wizard of Oz,101 Dalmatians, and Technicolor films in general to winks and nods to modern classics such as Saturday Night Fever, Doggie B fills the screen with brilliant colors and an amazing, quirky take on a classic tale (or is it "tail") of good versus evil.

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