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Dr. Dolittle
Eddie Murphy and Ossie Davis




Overview -
A remake of the 1967 Richard Fleischer film of the same name, DR. DOLITTLE follows an animal doctor whose patients' barks, squeals, and meows turn into actual human voices, stirring up the practice. Eddie Murphy updates the role as a San Francisco veternarian who as a boy was looked upon strangely by everyone when he claimed he could talk to animals. Now an adult, a near wreck stirs something in him and suddenly he can understand the animals again, whether he wants to or not.

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Overview

A remake of the 1967 Richard Fleischer film of the same name, DR. DOLITTLE follows an animal doctor whose patients' barks, squeals, and meows turn into actual human voices, stirring up the practice. Eddie Murphy updates the role as a San Francisco veternarian who as a boy was looked upon strangely by everyone when he claimed he could talk to animals. Now an adult, a near wreck stirs something in him and suddenly he can understand the animals again, whether he wants to or not.

Main Cast & Crew

Betty Thomas - Director
Eddie Murphy
Ossie Davis
Oliver Platt
Peter Boyle
Richard Schiff
Kristen Wilson
Jeffrey Tambor
Kyla Pratt
Raven-Symone
Steven Gilborn

 

Details

Blu-Ray Disc Format
  • Format: Blu-ray (New Box Art)
  • Run Time: 85
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 024543703419
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Rating: PG-13 (MPAA) (crude humor and language)
  • Release Date: November 1998

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Movies > Comedies

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Theatrical Release
Remake

 

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Reviews:
"...A herd of talented animal performers..." - 07/24/1998 USA Today, p.9E


"...Raunchily funny wisenheimers." -- Rating: B+ - 08/07/1998 Entertainment Weekly, p.54


"...Mischievous fun..." - 06/26/1998 New York Times, p.E16


"...Thomas' cheery revival of Richard Fleischer's 1967 romp proves a delightful experience..." - 09/01/2001 Sight and Sound, p.59

 

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