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Pudsey The Dog: The Movie

BRITAIN’S GOT TROUBLE

PUDSEY THE DOG THE MOVIE

OUT ON DVD 10TH NOVEMBER 2014

Don’t miss out on the action-packed, barking mad family fun adventure as Britain’s Got Talent winner Pudsey, stars in PUDSEY THE DOG: THE MOVIE, available to own on DVD from 10th November 2014 courtesy of Entertainment One.

From director Nick Moore (Love Actually, About A Boy) comes a heart-warming and hilarious ‘tail’ about doggy determination, starring  David Walliams (Little Britain, Great Expectations) as the voice of Pudsey,  Jessica Hynes (Harry Potter and the Order of the Pheonix); John Sessions (Filth, The Last Station); Olivia Colman (Hot Fuzz, The Iron Lady), and Izzy Meikle-Small (Snow White and The Huntsman), with a special appearance from Britain’s Got Talent judge Amanda Holden.

Cheeky London stray Pudsey (Walliams) has just found a new loving family in the shape of Gail (Hynes) and her three children Molly (Meikle-Small), George and Tommy, and things couldn’t be better. However, his new life comes under threat when their dog-hating landlord Mr Thorne (Sessions) plots to demolish the entire village, leaving Pudsey no choice but to stop him by whatever means.

Join PUDSEY with all the family and make this hilarious doggy adventure the perfect stocking filler for your little ones this Christmas, as PUDSEY THE DOG: THE MOVIE comes to DVD on 10th November.

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