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|
|Distributed by||Roadshow Film Distributors|
|05 December 2019|
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.
Premise[edit | edit source]
An ordinary dog, whose good fortune and ability to connect with people, catapults him to fame.
Cast[edit | edit source]
- 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)
Production[edit | edit source]
Filming began in 2018 in Perth, Western Australia, Australia.
Reception[edit | edit source]
Koko: A Red Dog Story received positive reviews from critics.
References[edit | edit source]
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