Variety is reporting that, following the success of such talking-dog movies as Warner Bros. Pictures' CATS AND DOGS and SCOOBY DOO and the Walt Disney Co.'s SNOW DOGS, which included a brief bit with chatting canines, Disney is now jumping on the chuckwagon. The company is reviving it's the SHAGGY DOG franchise in a big-screen feature that studio-based Robert Simonds Co. will produce. 1959's SHAGGY told the story of a family man who, through a spell, keeps changing into a sheepdog and back again at the most inopportune times.
I remember being forced to watch that movie as a small child, and then I saw a commercial for a 90s sequal which I managed to avoid. Unless he's going to change into a rottweiler that rips people's throats open at the slightest offense, I don't see myself at this one. That's too bad, because I just LOVE giving Disney my hard-earned cash!
WyldeWolf1 The Man of 1,007 holds, making him 3 holds better than Chris Jericho!
If the dog does turn into a rottweiler who rips people's throats open at the slightest offense, I'M THERE!
(Required joke): And Triumph the Insult Comic Dog: The Movie sounds like a great movie...
FOR ME TO POOP ON!
(edited by ekedolphin on 15.7.02 1311) “And each and every one of you, when you see me, you will not put your eyes directly on me-- you will look to the ground and you will refer to me as 'Lord Master.'”
Kevin Nash, January 17, 2000
Two-Time, Two-Time Randomly Selected Weiner of the Day, 5/27/02 and 7/3/02
I don't agree with you on that point. I think that if Vash wasn't around, Knives wouldn't be either. I beleive that what Knives was doing was to impress Vash, and to make himself feel important, and be the... superior 'mutant', if you will.