My Dog Skip

My Dog Skip

Director: Jay Russell Cast: Frankie Muniz, Diane Lane, Luke Wilson

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Product Details

Release Date: 07/11/2006
UPC: 0012569765832
Original Release: 2000
Rating: PG
Source: Warner Home Video
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Full Frame, Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:35:00
Sales rank: 21,686

Special Features

Closed Caption; Additional scenes; 2 commentaries: Frankie Muniz and animal trainer Mathilde de Cagney; director Jay Russell; Willie Morris biography; Theatrical trailer

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Frankie Muniz Willie Morris
Diane Lane Ellen Morris
Luke Wilson Dink Jenkins
Kevin Bacon Jack Morris
Caitlin Wachs Rivers Applewhite
Bradley Coryell Big Boy Wilkinson
Daylan Honeycutt Henjie Henick
Cody Linley Spit McGee
Peter Crombie Junior Smalls
Clint Howard Millard
Harry Connick Narrator
Enzo the Dog Skip
Moose the Dog Skip (older)
Courtney Brown Snake Girl
Lucille Ewing Aunt Maggie
Jordan Williams Lt. Hartman
John M. Sullivan Hunter
Winston Groom Mr. Goodloe
Bill Butler Barney
Mark Beech Army Buddy
Susan Carol Davis Mrs. Jenkins
David Pickens Mr. Jenkins
Polly Craig Grandmother Mamie
John Stiritz Grandfather Percy
Elizabeth Rice Rivers' Friend
Nate Bynum Man on Street
Stacie Doublin Woman on Street
Katherine Shoulders Mrs. Applewhite
Nathaniel Lee Sammy
Joann Blankenship Miss Abbott
Hunter Hays Accordion Boy
Cannon Smith Bible Boy
Brian Witt Armpit Boy
Jerome Jerald Waldo Grace
Stuart Greenwell Hunter
Harry Hood Baseball Coach
Gordon Swaim Umpire
Owen Boutwell Spectator
Chaon Cross Spectator
Jim Fraiser Veterinarian
Graham Gordy Pump Jockey
Michael Berkshire Older Willie
Wayne Wimberly Older Spit
Josh Yates Older Henjie
James Thweat Older Big Boy
William Ross Conductor

Technical Credits
Jay Russell Director,Executive Producer
Steve Aaron Sound Mixer
Deva Anderson Musical Direction/Supervision
Bridget Bergman Makeup
David J. Bomba Production Designer
Stephen Bourgeois Special Effects
James L. Carter Cinematographer
Will Cauthen Consultant/advisor
Cary Cook Cinematographer
Joan Cunningham Asst. Director
Jonathon Dickson Consultant/advisor
Tracy Doyle Set Decoration/Design
Marty P. Ewing Executive Producer
Bryan Ewing Consultant/advisor
Stephen Flick Sound/Sound Designer
Edi Giguere Costumes/Costume Designer
Gail Gilchriest Screenwriter
John Lee Hancock Producer
Mark Johnson Producer
Broderick Johnson Producer
Andrew Kosove Producer
Marty Layton Camera Operator
Drew Malone Consultant/advisor
Mindy Marin Casting
Charles Maynes Sound Editor
Gai McCullen Costumes/Costume Designer
Sunny Meyer Sound Mixer
Tim Monich Consultant/advisor
Angela Nunez Costumes/Costume Designer
Marshall Peck Asst. Director,Casting
Chris Peusch Consultant/advisor
Kenner Purvis Consultant/advisor
David Rings Consultant/advisor
Kris Rosamond Consultant/advisor
Ray Rosamond Consultant/advisor
Harvey Rosenstock Editor
William Ross Score Composer
Christopher Stoia Asst. Director
Gary Winter Editor
Matthew Zeringue Special Effects

Scene Index

Disc #1, Side A -- My Dog Skip: Full Screen
1. Mementos [3:07]
2. Yazoo, Summer 1942 [2:45]
3. Birthday Plans [2:14]
4. Goodbye, Dink [3:15]
5. Almost a Present [4:14]
6. Not Asking [3:28]
7. An Exceptional Dog [1:37]
8. Driver's Seat; A Favor [3:16]
9. Boy-and-Dog's Life [4:01]
10. Show and Tell [2:40]
11. Touchdown [2:41]
12. Graveyard Test [5:13]
13. Moonshiners [4:14]
14. Huck and Caddie [2:21]
15. Skip's Rounds [2:29]
16. Reporting for Duty [5:15]
17. Coming Home [3:10]
18. "Was the War...?" [4:50]
19. Dink's Invited [2:53]
20. Skip Plays the Field [5:52]
21. Missing [4:38]
22. Friend in Need [4:01]
23. Found [2:35]
24. Still Teaching Me [4:10]
25. Best Things of All [3:19]
26. In My Heart [2:50]
27. End Credits [4:02]
Disc #1, Side B -- My Dog Skip: Widescreen
1. Mementos [3:07]
2. Yazoo, Summer 1942 [2:45]
3. Birthday Plans [2:14]
4. Goodbye, Dink [3:15]
5. Almost a Present [4:14]
6. Not Asking [3:28]
7. An Exceptional Dog [1:37]
8. Driver's Seat; A Favor [3:16]
9. Boy-and-Dog's Life [4:01]
10. Show and Tell [2:40]
11. Touchdown [2:41]
12. Graveyard Test [5:13]
13. Moonshiners [4:14]
14. Huck and Caddie [2:21]
15. Skip's Rounds [2:29]
16. Reporting for Duty [5:15]
17. Coming Home [3:10]
18. "Was the War...?" [4:50]
19. Dink's Invited [2:53]
20. Skip Plays the Field [5:52]
21. Missing [4:38]
22. Friend in Need [4:01]
23. Found [2:35]
24. Still Teaching Me [4:10]
25. Best Things of All [3:19]
26. In My Heart [2:50]
27. End Credits [4:02]

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My Dog Skip 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you love dogs, you'll love this movie. If you don't have to wipe tears from your eyes 4 times at a minimum, you don't have a heart. Tremendous story and great acting make this lesser known movie a great pick.
Guest More than 1 year ago
My Dog Skip is a FANTASTIC movie for EVERYBODY!!! Showing the relationship between a boy who's only friend enters the War he soon finds a new friend. A DOG he got for his birthday. His dog grows onto him and soon gets him some friends. None that compare to Skip though. "Skip helped me turn from a boy to a man." A great tagline from the movie. Shows what a true relationship a person can have with their pets.
BrandywinePA More than 1 year ago
Wonderful movie in an era in which Trains had names, Neighbors were with you for a lifetime and the moral compass was uncluttered with the complexity of modern life. I watch it frequently and long for a nation that we have long ago lost-- and the simplicity and innocence of a love between boy and dog, family and friends.
Guest More than 1 year ago
One of the best movie that I ever saw! Also it was the best way I ever saw a relationship with a boy and his dog. But make sure you bring some tissues. This movie isn't just for dog lovers, but it's good for all people.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Willie Morris is an 8 year old with one friend. There really was a Willie Morris. He was born around 1935. His best friend is his nextdoor neighbor and baseball player Dink Jackins. When the movie begins, Dink is about to join World War II. Willie doesn't have any other friends. On the day that Dink is shipped off, he gives his cap to Willie Morris. And tells him to write letters and give them to his mom. His mom decides to throw her son a party. On the day of the party, his guests are old people. His grandfather gives him Huck Finn. His father give him his old teddy bear. And his mom gives him a puppy. But his father doesn't want Willie to have a dog, he thinks he is still too young to have a dog. One night, his mom sneaks into his room and leave the dog there. Willie wakes up. He names the dog Skipper, Skip for short. And soon they go to movies together. His father was in a war and lost his leg. One day when you goes into a store he meets Rivers Applewhite. That spring, surpises happen to him. His father lets him join Little League and Rivers Applewhite lets him hold her hand. During the first game of the year, Skip runs out onto the field and to Willie Morris. Willie tels him to go home and hits him. When Willie does come home he discovers that Skip has run away. And now he starts searching for him. Rivers yells at him and then helps him look for skip but not for Willie Morris. Willie Morris find he the local cemetry hit by a bad man. And soon Skip is at the vet. And his father and mother, and soon his other family members outside his house find out and they are at the vet too prying that Skip doesn't die. Will Skip live? Watch the movie to find out. And if you watch the movie make sure to have tissues ready just in case you start crying.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This was one of the best dog movies EVER! If you're a dog lover, WATCH THIS MOVIE! You will not be disappointed! P.S. Bring tissues!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago