The Plague Dogs

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Like Watership Down, Plague Dogs is an animated cartoon feature based on a novel by Richard Adams and produced by Martin Rosen. And also like Watership Down, it is more appropriate for an older audience. Two dogs escape from a British government research lab. As the authorities hunt down the canine fugitives, the two dogs search for their original master and for a place where they'll be free from the iniquities and cruelties of Mankind. Plague Dogs was completed in 1982, but was not released in the US until two ...
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Overview

Like Watership Down, Plague Dogs is an animated cartoon feature based on a novel by Richard Adams and produced by Martin Rosen. And also like Watership Down, it is more appropriate for an older audience. Two dogs escape from a British government research lab. As the authorities hunt down the canine fugitives, the two dogs search for their original master and for a place where they'll be free from the iniquities and cruelties of Mankind. Plague Dogs was completed in 1982, but was not released in the US until two years later.
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Special Features

Fullscreen presentation; Scene selection; Interactive menus; Digitally mastered
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/17/2004
  • UPC: 692865128335
  • Original Release: 1982
  • Rating:

  • Source: Trinity Home Ent
  • Time: 1:25:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
John Hurt Voice Only
Christopher Benjamin Voice Only
James Bolam Voice Only
Nigel Hawthorne Voice Only
Warren Mitchell Voice Only
Bernard Hepton Voice Only
Brian Stirner Voice Only
Penelope Lee Voice Only
Geoffrey Mathews
Barbara Leigh-Hunt Voice Only
John Bennett
John Franklyn-Robbins Voice Only
Bill Maynard Voice Only
Malcolm Terris Voice Only
Judy Geeson Voice Only
Philip Locke Voice Only
Brian Spink
Tony Church Voice Only
Anthony Valentine Voice Only
William Lucas Voice Only
Dandy Nichols Voice Only
Rosemary Leach Voice Only
Patrick Stewart Voice Only
Technical Credits
Martin Rosen Director, Producer, Screenwriter
Ted C. Bemiller Cinematographer
Brad Bird Animator
Patrick Gleeson Score Composer
Tony Guy Animator
Richard Harkness Editor
Ron Jackson Cinematographer
Alan Price Score Composer
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Main Titles/ Animal Testing [5:03]
2. Breaking Out [4:12]
3. The Incinerator [4:03]
4. Tasting Freedom [3:43]
5. Counting Sheep [6:13]
6. Live By Our Teeth [4:22]
7. The Fox And The Hounds [5:17]
8. It's All Around Us [4:31]
9. Crazy Like A Fox [4:50]
10. Fight To The Death [4:54]
11. Sheep Killing About [4:04]
12. True Stories [3:47]
13. Looking For Food [4:23]
14. Too Cold To Live [5:13]
15. Apology Accepted [4:11]
16. Infection Lies [4:44]
17. The Whitecoats Are Coming [3:09]
18. Reaching The Beach [3:04]
19. Head Above Water [2:02]
20. End Credits [3:08]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play Movie
   Scene Selection
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Customer Reviews

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    unforgettable

    Without doubt the more heart breaking animation I have ever watched and one of the best, have to take a emotional break watching as it reflects the worst of humanity and its indifference to those in our guardianship: Wished I had never seen it, grateful that I did.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A tragic but wonderful animation

    This is without doubt the most tragic animation I have seen, I had to watch in three segments to see it all as I found it very emotional, best I have seen and consequently the worst as far as our cruelty to those in our guardianship. If you are going to watch it, prepare for heartbreak

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Best movie ever produced!

    I loved this movie!!! It is a bit scary in some parts and is not meant for anyone younger than 11 depending on the kid. There's a great plot and parts that just want to make you cry. You'll begin to feel very bad for Snitter.(smooth fox terrier)Listen very close to The Todd and you may understand him.

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    Posted April 2, 2009

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