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The Dog Who Saved Halloween Review

The Dog Who Saved Halloween Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Sep 21, 2011
( Rating: 3 Star Rating)

This super-cute movie stars Joey Lawrence and Mayim Bialik, two actors from an old TV series called Blossom. It’s about Zeus, a talking dog who makes it his mission to save Halloween!

New House, New Hood, No Halloween?

Zeus and his human family, the Bannisters, move to a new house. Everyone is excited, until they notice some strange lights and sounds coming from their neighbors’ home. George Bannister, the dad, decides to look into it, with help from two not-so-smart burglars. When they enter the house, they discover some pretty creepy things, including a scary dog and lots of good, old-fashioned haunting! But when they get trapped in the place, it’s up to Zeus the talking dog to save them – and save Halloween!

The Dog Who Saved Halloween Trailer

 

 

Special Features

  • Audio Commentary
  • Halloween Dog Tracks
  • Bloopers

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Snowpup

Snowpup wrote:

omg, i wanna watch that!!!!!! wasn't there a dog who saved christmas one?? or am I just...
commented: Sat Oct 19, 2013

JennyD

JennyD wrote:

Joey Lawrence from Melissa and Joey
commented: Sat Oct 19, 2013

Swagger74_2286959
This rockes
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