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Hallmark Channel Summer TCA 2015 Party

Cheryl Ladd - Hallmark Channel Summer TCA 2015 Party - Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 29th July 2015

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Santa Paws 2: The Santa Pups Trailer


Hope, Jingle, Charity and Noble are four puppies belonging to Mr and Mrs Claus. They love to spread Christmas cheer amongst the children of the world but when they stow away on Mrs Claus sleigh as she sets off to Pineville to fulfil her Christmas duties, the puppies' generosity gets out of hand as they start showering the local children with gifts and granting their every wish.  This causes all the children of the town to lose the spirit of Christmas; a lesson that the pups had yet to learn. That Christmas was not about candy, toys or presents had not occurred to the youngsters and now, every boy and girl was in danger of landing on Santa's 'naughty' list as they forget the true meaning of Christmas. Will Mr and Mrs Claus and the puppies manage to save Christmas before the big day arrives? 

'Santa Paws 2: The Santa Pups' is the sequel to the 2010 movie 'The Search for Santa Paws' which saw Santa's original puppy, Paws, save his owner's life when the crystal that makes him live forever is stolen. It is a direct to DVD movie produced by Walt Disney Pictures and directed by Robert Vince ('MVP: Most Valuable Primate', 'Spymate') who also co-wrote the screenplay with Philip Fracassi and Anna McRoberts. It is set to hit shelves on November 20th 2012. 

Starring: Cheryl Ladd, Kaitlyn Maher, Josh Feldman, Danny Woodburn, Richard Kind

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at The Grove to film an appearance for the entertainment television news programme 'Extra'

Cheryl Ladd Wednesday 28th September 2011 at The Grove to film an appearance for the entertainment television news programme 'Extra' Los Angeles, California

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AARP The Magazine's 10th Annual Movies for Grownups Awards held at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel - Arrivals

Cheryl Ladd and Jaclyn Smith - Cheryl Ladd, Jaclyn Smith Los Angeles, California - AARP The Magazine's 10th Annual Movies for Grownups Awards held at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel - Arrivals Monday 7th February 2011

arriving at the TV Guide Magazine Sexiest Stars Party

Cheryl Ladd Tuesday 24th March 2009 arriving at the TV Guide Magazine Sexiest Stars Party West Hollywood, California

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A Dog Of Flanders Review


Grim
One of my standard pieces of advice for parents searching for movies that both they and their kids can enjoy is to seek out live-action animal films in which the pets do not talk. Normally, such films are philosophical lightweights -- not raising any issues at all. Also, they are propaganda lightweights -- not placing in the standard moral imperatives that you find in children's movies.

A Dog of Flanders is one of many exceptions to this rule.

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A Dog Of Flanders Review


Unbearable

A well-intentioned adaptation of a popular 19th Century children's story, the unfortunate film "A Dog of Flanders" plays like one of those medicinal family movies kids of generations past used to reluctantly watch over Sunday night TV dinners once the football games were over.

Full of flat acting from apple-cheeked children and miscast demi-stars with (at best) waning marquee power, it's a Dickensian yarn about a Dutch orphan who lives with his dying grandfather, saves a mangy mutt (easily the ugliest movie dog in history) from a cruel owner, develops a crush on a judgmental mill owner's daughter, discovers his inborn ability to paint through the tutelage of a wise old mentor and his admiration for the works of Peter Paul Rubens, enters an art contest and loses, gets booted from his modest home by a mean old landlord, and just about every other cheap, dramatic Victorian-era cliche you can think of.

Saddled with shopworn roadblocks (falsely accused of starting a barn fire, caught in a blizzard) to an inevitably happy ending that, of course, involves a revelation about the boy's father (one which the audience picks up on in the second reel), "A Dog of Flanders" is so busy dolling out life lessons that director Kevin Brodie apparently never stopped to think about making the movie entertaining.

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