Space Buddies

Space Buddies
Space Buddies

Year

2009

Duration

80 minutes

Genres

Family

Language

English

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Synopsis

Space Buddies is a timely reminder that some of the original creatures to be sent rocketing into the cosmos weren't human but canine. Part of Disney's Buddies series, it features the team of talking labradors as astronauts on a rescue mission. The target-audience for this might be tiny tots, but it provides laughs for everyone. After all, there isn't anything much funnier than a talking dog in a space suit.

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Thsi film contains no material likely to offend or harm.

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