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DANIEL AND THE SUPERDOGS

by André Mélançon

synopsis

With his relationship with his father in danger of disintegrating, eleven-year-old Daniel channels his energy into training a stray dog for the annual 'Superdogs' competition and wooing April, daughter of the woman who runs the local pound.

international title: Daniel and the Superdogs
original title: Daniel and the Superdogs
country: Canada, United Kingdom
sales agent: Productions La Fete
year: 2004
genre: fiction
directed by: André Mélançon
film run: 102'
screenplay: Pierre Billon, Richard Schlesinger (based on a story by Claude Gagnon)
cast: Matthew Harbour, Macha Grenon, Annie Bouvaird, Dorothée Berryman, Vincent Bilodeau, Caroline Binet, Claire Bloom, Annie Chaplin, Wyatt Bowen
producer: Rock Demers, Rock Demars, Chantal Lafleur
co-producer: Chris Curling, Phil Robertson
production: Zephyr Films, La Fete Canada
backing: SODEC, FRV Media
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