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Sherlock: Undercover Dog

Sherlock: Undercover Dog ★★½ 1994 (PG)

Billy (Eroen) arrives on Catalina island to spend the summer with his father, an eccentric inventor. He makes a human friend in Emma (Cameron) and a canine companion in Sherlock, a police dog who's able to talk but naturally only to the two kids. Seems Sherlock's policeman master has been kidnapped by bumbling smugglers and its up to the trio to come to the rescue. 80m/C VHS, DVD . Benjamin Eroen, Brynne Cameron, Anthony Simmons, Margy Moore, Barry Philips; D: Richard Harding Gardner; W: Richard Harding Gardner; M: Lou Forestieri.

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