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Dawg

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After a lifetime of wooing, bedding and then leaving women without giving them a second thought, the self-centered Douglas Munford (Denis Leary) finds himself having to reflect on the hurt he has caused -- that is, if he wants a big inheritance from his late grandmother. According to Anna (Elizabeth Hurley), the estate's executor, Douglas must find 12 of the women he mistreated and get their forgiveness. Thus, the man who earned the nickname "Dawg" begins his journey of redemption.

Cast & Crew

Denis Leary
Doug "Dawg" Munford
Elizabeth Hurley
Anna Lockheart
Steffani Brass
Lindsay Anne Wickman
Eddie Adams
Young Dawg
Alex Borstein
Darcy Smits
Mia Cottet
Kiana Mortenson
Jackie Tohn
Eric Koyle
Matt Weinberg
Doug "Dawg" Munford - Age 7
Ken Hastings
Writer (Screenplay)
Norm Waitt
Executive Producer
Steven Finestone
Cinematographer
Claudia Finkle
Film Editor
Mary Jo Markey
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Audience Reviews for Dawg

  • Jan 12, 2009
    A film that seems to be solely a comedy at first, but transcends cheap laughs with some heartfelt moments and insights into what really matters between human beings, and our relationships with one another. Denis Leary is a fine actor who hasn't received the acclaim he deserves.
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