|Boomer The Dog - 2015-04-03 |
Oh, this is really good, goldmine, jackpot, I'm glad that I never strayed from PoE in all these years.
It looks good too, I've never seen a Dog costume just like that, and if it's truly an older film, those might be rabbit pelts.
Cool anthro with Rosie looking into the key hole, that sit position looks pretty realistic, and Rosie indoors reminds me of scenes from early Peter Pan movies, that's how Nana, the family pet was played, on 4 legs the whole time, like George Ali played her.
I'd like to find out where that's from and see the whole thing! Was it a teaching film for kids to watch when they wanted a Dog? I don't know, there's more going on in it with the family.
I like the theme where Kip can converse with Rosie and see him upright, but when the adults are around he's silent and on four feet. That plays into the idea of kids being more imaginative and possibly having more insight into the Dog world.
I wonder what seeing this would have done to me at a younger age, when I was just a 'Dog nut'? Seeing Shaggy DA when I was 11 was my turning point, and this has strong themes too, talking Dogs, anthro, costuming, just minus the transformations.
The full thing (which I know nothing about) is on DVD from SWV:
The description says it was a pilot for a sitcom that wasn't picked up. Of course, their take on it is different from how you appreciate it, Boomer, but it's there regardless.
Boomer The Dog
Sitcom, like another failed Doggie pilot, McGurk, A Dog's Life, which I'd also love to see.
I see that, they do take it differently, but their stance is probably good for sales. Aside from the Dogginess of it, I see producers trying something new and creative on commercial TV.
I didn't know anything about it either, but there are a few places and friends I'm going to bark about it to.
Boomer wasn't the only reason I submitted it but he was definitely a factor.
Boomer The Dog
Thanks for submitting it you guys! You know how to get a Dog excited. Videos go by so fast anymore and I miss a few, but I keep checking back as much as I can.
I know about Poochinski, I was discussing it with the guys from EIT, when Doggiewoggiez! Poochiwoochiez! was touring.
I'm studying Rosie and going to make write an article about the show and Dog soon.
|The Mothership - 2015-04-03 |
'Dogs that live at home don't eat out of garbage cans.'
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