Underdog

Underdog
Underdog

Year

2007

Duration

84 minutes

Genres

Family

Language

English

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Synopsis

Let's be honest - films aren't short of superheroes of all shapes and sizes. But you may not have come across one like Shoeshine before - because he's a good-natured if slightly unlucky beagle, who used to work for the police sniffing out bombs. But fate intervened when he was dognapped by a scientist who exposed him to a mysterious substance that transformed him into Underdog - a beagle with super powers! Now, he spends his days fighting crime with his sidekick, 12-year-old Jack, and trying to save the world from the very same scientist who caused his transformation.

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