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bin·go / ˈbing/ • n. a game in which players mark off numbers on cards as the numbers are drawn randomly by a caller, the winner being the first person to mark off five numbers in a row or other pattern. • interj. used to express satisfaction or surprise at a sudden positive event or outcome: bingo, she leapfrogged into a sales trainee position. ∎  a call by someone who wins a game of bingo.

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Bingo ★★½ 1991 (PG)

Mediocre spoof of hero-dog movies. The heroic title mutt roams from Denver to Green Bay in search of his absentminded master, with numerous absurd adventures en route. Some cute moments, but sometimes Bingo is just lame-o. Good family fare. 90m/C VHS, DVD . Cindy Williams, David Rasche, Robert J. Steinmiller Jr., David French, Kurt Fuller, Joe Guzaldo, Glenn Shadix; D: Matthew Robbins; W: Jim Strain; M: Richard Gibbs.

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