Turner And Hooch

Turner And Hooch
Turner And Hooch

Year

1989

Duration

95 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Crime

Language

English

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Synopsis

With Hooch the only witness to a murder, small-town policeman Turner begrudgingly befriends him to help sniff out the culprit. Just one problem – Hooch is a dog. Solving the crime soon becomes a mere sideshow to the main thrust of this lightweight caper - the slapstick chaos of a messy, mountainous mutt pairing up with a neat-freak cop. In between drooling jowl-shakes, we enjoy a late night stake out and an almighty wrestle to wash Hooch. This novel twist on the cop buddy thriller is unavoidably entertaining.

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Contains mild violence, language and sex references

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