Duke film Product Information
|Category||Dramas DVDs, Disney Movies, Comedies Videos, Family, Children/Family, G-Rated, Dogs|
|Starring||James Doohan, John Neville, Courtnee Draper, Oliver Muirhead, Paxton Whitehead, Sophie Heyman, Lomax Study|
The Duke of Dingwall (Neville) takes care of the local villagers by selling off art and furniture from his estate. When his nephew and heir Cecil tries to take control of the estate's money, the Duke changes his will to make his dog Hubert his sole heir. When the Duke dies, the butler (Doohan) and his daughter must protect Hubert from Cecil's plotting. ...See Full Description
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Entertaining, funny. Not the best movie ever made, not the most original plot, but the movie is great to watch. Coon Hounds are beautiful dogs.
By loki (Windsor, Ontario)
seen this movie?
Duke video Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||5436624|
|Studio||Buena Vista Home Entertainment|
|Release Date||Mar 04, 2003|
|Running Time||88 Minutes|
|Additional Info||Buena Vista Home Entertainment|
|Movie Details||Color; Digitally Mastered; Buena Vista Home Entertainment|
Duke DVD Features
Premiering on DVD, THE DUKE is a light-hearted family comedy that proves once and for all it's a dog's life. The fun begins when Hubert, the faithful canine companion to the late Duke Of Dingwall, inherits the Duke's estate, the royal jewels, and the official title of Duke. And to ensure Hubert's well-being, Charlotte, the butler's niece and Hubert's best friend, is made his legal guardian. An unlikely duo, Hubert and Charlotte turn the world of high society upside-down. But as the two try to fit in, they meet Cecil, the Duke's conniving nephew. Believing the pair to be a royal pain, Cecil and his scheming girlfriend make every attempt to steal the inheritance -- including trying to "marry" into the "Dukedom" via their pet poodle! From the producers of AIR BUD, THE DUKE is a dog's tale of love and devotion that will have you and your family sitting up and begging for more!
Source: Buena Vista Home Entertainment.
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