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Cats & Dogs

Rating:PG (for animal action and humor)
Genre:Comedy, Family, Action/Adventure
Release Date:July 4, 2001
Running time:93 minutes
Cast:Alec Baldwin, Tobey Maguire, Michael Clarke Duncan, Joe Pantoliano, Susan Sarandon
Director:Larry Guterman
Producer:Warren Zide, Craig Perry, Andrew Lazar, Chris de Faria
Writer:Glenn Ficarra, John Requa, Larry Kase, Joel Ronkin
Distributor:Warner Bros. Pictures

Description: Unbeknownst to their human companions, dogs have been fighting for thousands of years to keep mankind from falling under the rule of cats. When a rogue feline, Mr. Tinkles, initiates a plan to strategically disable the world's dog population and leave humans defenseless against his tyranny, a crack team of dog agents and a loyal puppy named Lou are all that stand between mankind and slavery.

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