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Turner and Hooch
     

Turner and Hooch

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Director: Roger Spottiswoode

Cast: Tom Hanks, Mare Winningham, Craig T. Nelson

 

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One by-product of two consecutive Oscar wins is that Tom Hanks no longer has to appear in such potboilers as Turner and Hooch. Hanks plays Turner, a meticulously groomed, excruciatingly well-organized detective working in a small California coastal town. When local "character" Amos Reed (John McIntire) is murdered by drug smugglers, the only witness is Reed's

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One by-product of two consecutive Oscar wins is that Tom Hanks no longer has to appear in such potboilers as Turner and Hooch. Hanks plays Turner, a meticulously groomed, excruciatingly well-organized detective working in a small California coastal town. When local "character" Amos Reed (John McIntire) is murdered by drug smugglers, the only witness is Reed's slobbery, smelly mutt, Hooch. You're way ahead of us, folks: Turner, who despises dogs in general and Hooch in particular, is compelled to put the cantankerous dog up as his house guest. Also easily predictable is the fact that Turner and Hooch will, by the next-to-last reel, become boon companions. To its credit, the film has an abundance of laughs and thrills...but, gee, that ending! Neither terrific nor terrible, Turner and Hooch is a pleasant time-filler; we do wish, however, that more time had been spent on the budding romance between Turner and veterinarian Emily Carson (Mare Winningham).

Product Details

Release Date:
04/21/1994
UPC:
0012257911039
Original Release:
1989
Rating:
PG
Source:
Touchstone / Disney

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Tom Hanks Scott Turner
Mare Winningham Emily Carson
Craig T. Nelson Police Chief Hyde
Reginald VelJohnson Det. David Sutton
Scott Paulin Zack Gregory
J.C. Quinn Walter Boyett
John McIntire Amos Reed
Beasley Hooch the Dog
Mike Fenton Actor
Lynda Gordon Actor
Judy Taylor Actor
David Knell Ernie
Ebbe Roe Smith Harley McCabe
Kevin Scannell Jeff Foster
Joel Bailey Ferraday
Mary McCusker Katie
Ernie Lively Motel Clerk
Clyde Kusatsu Kevin Williams
Elaine Renee Bush Store Clerk
Eda Reiss Merin Mrs. Remington
Victor di Mattia Sean Boyett
Cheryl Anderson Mrs. Boyett
Ursula Lentine Bride
Sharon Madden Mrs. Kathy Harper
Daniel Ben Wilson Mike Harper
Jenny Drugan Christine Harper
Madeleine Cowie Klein Animal Control Woman
Julian Sylvester Animal Control Man
Nick Dimitri Casey
Scott Stevens Cop
Terry Israel Police Officer
Andrew Walker Police Officer
Frederick Ponzlov Police Officer
Jim Beaver Plant Manager
Elden Ratliff Eric Boyett
Linda G. Miller Mrs. Pine

Technical Credits
Roger Spottiswoode Director
Adam Greenberg Cinematographer
Michele Ader Co-producer,Production Designer
Michael Benson Camera Operator
Michael Blodgett Screenwriter
Jim Cash Screenwriter
Cloudia Set Decoration/Design
Mark Conte Editor
Garth Craven Editor
John F. de Cuir Production Designer
Jack Epps Screenwriter
Mike Fenton Casting
Lois Freeman-Fox Editor
Lynda Gordon Casting
Charles Gross Score Composer
Timothy Harris Screenwriter
Karen Hendel Casting
Michael Hertzberg Producer
Alan E. Lorimer Special Effects
Kenneth Morrisey Editor
Conrad Palmisano Stunts
Daniel Petrie Executive Producer,Screenwriter
Jeane Rosone Costumes/Costume Designer
Paul Seydor Editor
Dennis Shryack Screenwriter
Mark Spragg Screenwriter
Michael St. Hilaire Camera Operator
Dan Striepeke Makeup
Judy Taylor Casting
Sig Tingloff Art Director
Raymond Wagner Co-producer
Herschel Weingrod Screenwriter

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Turner and Hooch 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I would recommend this for almost anyone!
Guest More than 1 year ago
tom hanks always gives a wonderful performance and i wasn't disappointed at all by this movie. its a good rainy day type movie. very funny.
goodgirl2 More than 1 year ago
every time i watch this movie i can't help but to laugh at it Tom Hanks gets a dog Hooch its man vs dog LoL a very funny comedy espically if your an animal lover there is a sad part on the movie the dog ends up dying but still its a great comedy
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