The Karate Dog
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|The Karate Dog|
|Written by||Steven Paul|
|Directed by||Bob Clark|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Running time||84 minutes|
The Karate Dog (simply Karate Dog on home video) is a 2004 American made-for-television crime comedy film directed by Bob Clark and produced by Frank Hübner. It stars Chevy Chase (as the voice of Cho Cho), Simon Rex, Jon Voight, and Jaime Pressly. Nicollette Sheridan and Pat Morita also make appearances.
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A talking dog named Cho Cho teams up with a police detective named Peter Fowler to solve the murder of his owner Chin Li.
- Chevy Chase as Cho-Cho (voice). He teams up with Peter to solve the killing of Chin Li, his old owner.
- Jon Voight as Hamilton Cage, the primary antagonist.
- Simon Rex as Det. Peter Fowler. He goes with Cho Cho to find out who killed Chin Li.
- Jaime Pressly as Ashley Wilkenson. She is a police officer who wants to be a detective, and she and Peter are attracted to each other.
- Pat Morita as Chin Li
- Thomas Kretschmann as Gerber
- Nicollette Sheridan as White Cat (voice)
- Lori Petty as COLAR (voice)
- Ron Lester as Edward Cage
- Garry Chalk as Brunelli
- Dagmar Midcap as TV Reporter
The Karate Dog originally aired on ABC Family on Monday, May 29, 2006 at 7:00 PM Eastern / 6:00 PM Central.
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