The Dog Who Saved Halloween

DVD Release: September 13, 2011
The Dog Who Saved Halloween
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Synopsis

Zeus (voiced by Joey Lawrence) & the Bannisters have moved into a new house, just in time for Halloween! Everything seems to be going well until they notice strange lights and sounds coming from neighbor Eli’s (Lance Henriksen) house, guarded by his dog Medusa (voiced by Mayim Bialik). When George (Gary Valentine) takes it upon himself to find out what is going on, and enlists the help of a very unlikely pair (lead by Dean Cain) a surprising partnership forms. After the trio and George’s wife, Belinda (Elisa Donovan), get trapped in the spooky house, only Zeus is left to save Halloween! Curtis Armstrong also stars in this all new adventure from the creators of “The Dog Who Saved Christmas” and “The Dog Who Saved Christmas Vacation”.

Dove Review

Our favorite K-9, Zeus, is back with his master, George and they are on a mission to save Halloween. But they are not alone, they have the comical criminal duo of Ted and Stuie to add to the mixture of funny antics. Much like in the previous films “The Dog Who Saved Christmas” and “The Dog Who Saved Christmas Vacation”, the hilarious combination of characters is always a sure bet that havoc will ensue.

This wholesome entertainment will be enjoyed by the entire family and the funny antics are sure to get George and Zeus into trouble. We are proud to award the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for all ages to this DVD.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: G-1
Violence: Slapstick violence
Drugs: None
Nudity: Cleavage
Other: A haunted house plays a role in the movie.

Info

Company: Anchor Bay Entertainment
Writer: Jeffrey Schenck, Peter Sullivan, Michael Ciminera and Richard Gnolfo
Director: Peter Sullivan
Producer: Marc Ferrero and Peter Sullivan
Genre: Adventure
Runtime: 88 min.
Industry Rating: PG
Starring: Gary Valentine, Dean Cain, Elisa Donovan, Mayim Bailik (as the voice of Medusa), with Lance Henricksen and Joey Lawrence (as the voice of Zeus)
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe