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Air Bud: Golden Receiver
     

Air Bud: Golden Receiver

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Director: Richard Martin, Kevin Zegers, Cynthia Stevenson, Gregory Harrison

Cast: Richard Martin, Kevin Zegers, Cynthia Stevenson, Gregory Harrison

 

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In this family canine comedy, a sequel to Air Bud (1997), Josh Framm (Kevin Zegers) finds it a problem when his widowed mother, Jackie (Cynthia Stevenson), starts seeing the community's new veterinarian, Patrick Sullivan (Gregory Harrison). Sullivan gives a football to Josh's golden retriever Buddy, and the athletic animal is soon girding for the gridiron.

Overview

In this family canine comedy, a sequel to Air Bud (1997), Josh Framm (Kevin Zegers) finds it a problem when his widowed mother, Jackie (Cynthia Stevenson), starts seeing the community's new veterinarian, Patrick Sullivan (Gregory Harrison). Sullivan gives a football to Josh's golden retriever Buddy, and the athletic animal is soon girding for the gridiron. Coach Fanelli (Robert Costanzo) adds Josh as back-up quarterback to the jr. high team, and an accident takes Josh off the bench and onto the field. Meanwhile, two devious dognappers (Nora Dunn, Perry Anzilotti) see news footage of Buddy playing basketball and make plans to spirit him away to a Russian circus. Four dogs performed the tricks seen here. The character of Air Bud was created by Kevin DiCicco, but Buddy died not long after the first movie. The original basketball-shooting Buddy, a popular half-time attraction prior to the first film, achieved a lifetime total of some 22,000 baskets.

Product Details

Release Date:
02/02/2010
UPC:
0786936797947
Original Release:
1998
Rating:
G
Source:
Walt Disney Video
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time:
1:30:00
Sales rank:
6,305

Special Features

All-new sport channel play-by-play quarterbacked by the buddies

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Kevin Zegers Josh Framm
Cynthia Stevenson Jackie Framm
Gregory Harrison Dr. Patrick Sullivan
Nora Dunn Natalya
Perry Anzilotti Popov
Robert Costanzo Coach Fanelli
Tim Conway Fred Davis
Dick Martin Phil Phil
Shayn Solberg Tom
Suzanne Ristic Principal Salter
Alyson MacLaren Andrea Framm
Jay Brazeau Referee
Jonathan Adams Actor

Technical Credits
Richard Martin Director
Abra Edelman Casting
Richard Flower Asst. Director
Elisa Goodman Casting
Patricia Hargreaves Costumes/Costume Designer
Bruce Lange Editor
Aaron Mendelsohn Screenwriter
Eric Norlin Art Director
Rex Raglan Production Designer
Kevin Sands Sound/Sound Designer
Melinda Seabrook Editor
Mike Southon Cinematographer
Michael Strange Executive Producer
Paul Tamasy Screenwriter
Robert Vince Producer
William Vince Executive Producer
Anne Vince Executive Producer
Brahm Wenger Score Composer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Air Bud: Golden Receiver
1. Opening/Team Player [:00]
2. Natalya & Popov [:00]
3. Matchmaker Buddy [:00]
4. Josh Joins the Game [:02]
5. A Star is Born [:00]
6. Ice Cream Scheme [:00]
7. A Uniform Decision [8:16]
8. Buddy's First Game [8:12]
9. A Coach's Wisdom [4:26]
10. Searching For Buddy [2:33]
11. The Big Bust-Out [3:00]
12. Out With a Bang [3:56]
13. It's Air Bud! [3:09]
14. "Please Don't Go" [7:31]
15. End Credits [5:07]

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Air Bud: Golden Receiver 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
One thing I have to say about this movie: FANTASTIC!!!! It's a great movie, and it's hilarious (but also sad in a few scenes). There was no cussing at all. The only things I can think of that may offend some parents is this: A chimpanzee dumps "fish guts" on some Russian circus people. Some people who run a circus wants to dognap Bud. Josh looks around his mother's boyfriend's desk, prying into his privacy. Phrases like "Idiot" and "Imbecile" is said. Josh's father had recently died, and that makes the movie sad in a few areas. But, other than that, I am looking at this movie from a Christian perspective, and I ABSOLUTELY see NOTHING wrong in this film! Good, clean, amusing entertainment for the entire family!
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