Beverly Hills ChihuahuaDirector: Raja Gosnell
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A pampered Chihuahua accustomed to the living the good life in glamorous Beverly Hills must rein in her heiress instincts and rely on the kindness of strangers in order to find her way back home after becoming hopelessly lost in Mexico. Chloe (voice of Drew Barrymore) is a diamond-clad toy dog who favors traveling in her wealthy owner's purse over frolicking in an open park, and Papi (voice of George Lopez) is the kind of independent pup that she doesn't afford a second glance. When a vacation mishap leaves Chloe stranded in Mexico, the Chihuahua who doesn't speak a lick of Spanish must rely on street-smart German shepherd Delgado (voice of Andy Garcia) to guide her back home before she wanders any further south. Meanwhile, brave Papi races to the border intent on proving his love for Chloe by tracking her down and escorting her home in style. Along the way, Papi is joined by an enthusiastic pack of helpful pooches (voices of Luis Guzman, Plácido Domingo, and Eddie "Piolin" Sotelo) a pair of concerned humans (Piper Perabo and Manolo Cardona), an anxious iguana (voice of Paul Rodriguez), and a crafty rat (voice of Cheech Marin).
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- Walt Disney Video
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- [Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
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Cast & Crew
|Bill Boes||Production Designer|
|Jeff Bushell||Original Story,Screenwriter|
|Buck Damon||Musical Direction/Supervision|
|Maria Estela Fernandez||Costumes/Costume Designer|
|Nathan Stinus Fredenburg||Art Director|
|Ricardo Del Rio Galnares||Co-producer|
|Cathy Sandrich Gelfond||Casting|
|Federic Henocque||Asst. Director|
|Steve Nicolaides||Asst. Director,Executive Producer|
|Heitor Pereira||Score Composer|
|Hannia Robledo||Art Director|
|Chistian "Pipo" Wintter||Art Director|
1. Beverly Hills Chic [:00]
2. Welcome To Mexico [:00]
3. El Diablo [:00]
4. Unpreferred Customer [:02]
5. Talking To Rats and Iguanas [:00]
6. The Train Ride [:00]
7. Train Jumpers [11:25]
8. Chloe's Rescue [9:28]
9. They Found Chloe! [8:18]
10. Delgado Gets His Nose Back [10:21]
11. Welcome Home [5:01]
12. End Credits [10:54]
Disney Fast Play
Legend Of The Chihuahua
Chloe's Vision Quest
Mi Corazón: Chloe & Papi's Duet
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English 5.1 Dolby Digital
Français 2.0 Dolby Digital
Español 2.0 Dolby Digital
English For The Hearing Impaired
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I was a little disappointed. Another movie where the trailer shows all the high points.
I am a dog lover and i also study them. I am 12 years old too. Anyway i loved this movie! It was so cute! I even watched it over. My favorite puppy in here is Delgado. He is so nice to Chloe, but Chloe seemed kind of annoying. Also this movie was really funny! Especially with Papi, he's the funniest. I think this movie deserves 5 stars!
OK----I admit we are a Chihuahua family and much of the jokes were aimed at Chihuahuas and their people, but I do believe any dog fan will wnjoy this. We looked at our dogs laying around and on laps and had to laugh at the movie and us.
The visuals of the dogs talking is very realistic. The humor is high throughout. Lots of suspense, lots of excitement, lots of emotion. You quickly take the "good guys" side and the bad guys are good at making you hate them. Surprising amount of intellectual stimulation and inspiration as this movie show how you can always change or grow and how no one fits neatly into a stereotype. Those dogs will have you laughing and crying and sitting on the edge of your seat chewing your nails throughout. The very negative world of dog fighting is touched on in a way that makes you aware of it but will not scare small children.
...Ha ha ha ha. I am still laughing after watching this movie. ha ha. I went to see this film with my three kids and we all loved and laughed it. except one of my kids, but she's my least favorite. George lopez is way funnier as a dog than he ever was in real life. His expressins when he smells something stinky. "Yuck! Mucho stinko!" that's like the catch phase. He is a mexican chahuauauha. He's all, "I carumba! That taco is granday spacy, senorita!". That's a good one to. He falls in love with a girl chahuahaha dog and they have to race against time to find the amulet of Eydor to defeat the evil King Zytron (a french speaking Salmon) and his unholy army of llama with guns. There are some funny parts like when the girl gets her tail stuck in the elevator and saids, "Bow wow Ouch!" Over all this movie is a film for the everyone in the family with family fun that will have you LOLing with the whole family saying "Mucho Funny ombray." "Grasius senorita dog!" and of corse "Yuck! Mucho Stinko!"
I thought this movie was way too long, just like tranformer's revenge of the fallen.
My daughter (11 y.o.) thought this movie was very cute. Got a few chuckles myself.