Koko: A Red Dog Story
|Koko: A Red Dog Story|
|Produced by||Bryce Menzies|
|Written by||Daniel Taplitz|
|Music by||Cezary Skubiszewski|
|Edited by||Regg Skwarko|
Woss Group Film Productions
|Distributed by||Roadshow Film Distributors|
|05 December 2019|
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Koko: A Red Dog Story is a 2019 Australian family documentary film directed by Aaron McCann and Dominic Pearce, written by Aaron McCann and Dominic Pearce and starring Jason Isaacs, Felix Williamson and Sarah Woods. It is a spin-off to the 2011 film Red Dog, detailing the life of Koko, who was cast as Red Dog in the original film.
An ordinary dog, whose good fortune and ability to connect with people, catapults him to fame.
- Jason Isaacs as Narrator
- Felix Williamson as Nelson Woss
- Sarah Woods as Carol Hobday
- Toby Truslove as Kriv Stenders
- Kriv Stenders as (Himself)
- Carol Hobday as Stemple (Herself)
- Koko as (Himself)
- Nelson Woss as (Himself)
Filming began in 2018 in Perth, Western Australia, Australia.
Koko: A Red Dog Story received positive reviews from critics.
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