|Starring:||James Belushi, Wendel Meldrum, Mel Harris, Kevin Tighe|
|Studio:||4 FRONT VIDEO|
|Run time:||1 hour 37 minutes|
|Rental release:||05 Sep 2005|
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As good today as it was yesterday!By June Falconer from Kent, England , 22 Jan 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]I saw this movie when it came out, then rushed out to but the 'video' when it was released, but that got lost over the years. I have been searching for it ever since the 2nd one was released (K911, even on video), but no-one could help me. My daughter watched the 2nd one with me and loved it, so I wanted her to see the first one ( the classic ), and YES she loved it too. I was amazed it still gave me that warm feeling it did about 15 yrs ago, as tastes change, and that 'oh now I must go train my dog to do that'.
A great film, although Jerry Lee (the dog) takes his time to make his entrance, but what an entrance! Very funny and James Belushi is great. From what i can remember this film came out around the same time as Turner & Hootch, again a great film, but that got all the credit, because it starred Tom Hanks. This film is a must if your an animal lover and well if your not, you can't help but laugh at the humour and what a clever dog!
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Always greatBy a customer , 18 Jul 2011No matter how many times you watch this film it is brilliant. It was the first time my children had watched it & they loved it. Watched it quite a few times before returning it haha
Awesome dog training.By dAlmAtiAn (3 reviews) from Wales. UK , 19 Oct 2010The people who own and trained Jerry Lee (the police dog) are awesome people.
And a well chosen dog too. Jerry Lee is just such a sexy German Shepherd boy. Total pleasure to my eyes.
K-9By a customer from Cambridge , 15 Jun 2009An old favourite that wears well.
K9By a customer from Leicester , 14 Dec 2008This film is very funny and endearing. But maybe you have to be a dog lover to fully appreciate it.
one cop and his dogBy Richard Kirk from Tamworth , 18 Mar 2008I will admit that I have a weakness for 80's films, and it had been an age since I'd seen K-9. Watching it now though I find myself appreciating the quality of Jerry Lee, a fine figure of a dog and a joy to watch throughout. Jim Belushi is his usual irreverent self but it's really the dog who makes this film.