I love classic movies. But wouldn’t they be even better if they were about dogs?
Dog Movies I’d Like to See
From Here to Peternity – Drama about Army life on Hawaii before Pearl Harbor. Known for its sexy love scene on the dog beach between Burt Danecaster and Deborah Cur.
Gone With the Pug – Scarlett doesn’t let anything get in her way, not even a raging war between cats and dogs. Until she meets Rhett Pugler, the one dog she can’t get out of her mind.
Citizen K9 – After a wealthy and controversial dog crosses the rainbow bridge, reporters try to figure out the meaning of his last bark.
Dog Soup – Zany Barx Brothers comedy in which Roo-fus T. Firefly becomes dictator of Puppydonia. Mayhem follows.
Sh*t Happened One Night – A spoiled Pomeranian in digestive distress is helped by a handsome shepherd mix who wants to tell her story in a pet blog.
An American Staffordshire Bull Terrier in Paris – Dog meets bitch. Dog pees all over Paris landmarks. Dog loses bitch. Dog and bitch are reunited by selfless friend.
Dr. Strangedog: Or How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love the Bone – One crazy dog tries to convince everyone to go to a raw food diet. Others try to stop him.
The Dogfather – Epic story about the crime family who stop at nothing to make their fortune, even dealing catnip on the streets. I get chills from the scene where the movie producer wakes up to the “warning” of a destuffed squeaky toy in his bed.
It’s a Pupperful Life – George Bailey thinks he’s reached the end of his rope. Until a guardian angel shows him how much he’s really helped his local shelter. A real tearjerker when the little girl tells us that every time a bell rings, a puppy’s gotten adopted.
The Wizard of Dog – After losing her way in a tornado, Dorothy seeks her forever home with the help of her new friends. They face many trials but in the end, Dorothy learns that the only thing she had to do was click her red muttluks together and say, “There’s no place like a home. There’s no place like a home.”
Dogocalypse Now – Military mission sets out to take down a rogue terrier deep in the jungles of Catbodia.
Some Like It Mutt – Two dogs witness a crime and don disguises to escape with an all-cat band.
What classic film would you like to see remade with animals?
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