The Pooch and the Pauper
|The Pooch and the Pauper|
|File:The Pooch and the Pauper (2000) Film Poster.jpg|
|Directed by||Alex Zamm|
|Produced by||Ronald E. Frazier|
|Written by||Mark Steilen|
|Music by||Chris Hajian|
|Cinematography||Albert J. Dunk|
|Edited by||Jimmy Hill|
Walt Disney Television
Disney-ABC Domestic Television
The Pooch and the Pauper is a 2000 American television film, starring Richard Karn, Fred Willard, Vincent Schiavelli, Peter MacNicol and Daryl Mitchell. It was directed by Alex Zamm.
Adaptation of the Mark Twain classic story, The Prince and the Pauper. But now the story is set in the present time and have dogs as the protagonists. Liberty, "The First Dog" and Moocher, a street dog, have their lives turned upside down when they change places by mistake.
- Richard Karn as Agent Dainville
- Fred Willard as The President
- Vincent Schiavelli as Willy Wishbow
- Peter MacNicol as Liberty (Voice)
- Daryl Mitchell as Moocher (Voice)
Robert Pardi from TV Guide gave the film two out of four, concluding: "Anyone who believes our four-legged friends can manipulate human behavior will enjoy this mongrel diversion that combines moral lessons with frisky comedy."
- Pardi, Robert. "The Pooch And The Pauper". TV Guide. Retrieved 6 April 2017.
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- The Pooch and the Pauper at the British Film Institute
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