- 1h 34m
It's only the second game of the season and the Stampede just lost a key player. Now only Lincoln's excellent forwarding skills can save the team from a forfeit -- and score a path to the championships. But will the PeeWee Soccer League let a dog play? And what about the cruel and determined dogcatcher on Lincoln's tail? It's all up to Lincoln to win a championship, rally a town, and unite a young family in this heartwarming comedy starring James Marshall, Olivia d'Abo and Jeremy Foley.
© 1998 Watershed Entertainment, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
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Common Sense Says
Middling soccer dog flick has questionable drug scene.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Soccer Dog's premise is the story of an orphan who grows up and adopts a boy, wishing to instill in him his love of a sport. There's a questionable scene where a parent gives his son a pill to administer unknowingly to another kid to purposely make him sick, which is done successfully and without consequence. Minor insulting language is used on occasion, such as calling a stray dog a "stupid mutt." There's also some sustained peril and a scene where two men brawl briefly over a dog (who is discovered tied up with a noose) but no one is injured.
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- Genre:Family, Comedy
- Release Date:February 1, 1999
- Audio Format:Stereo
- Screen Pass Eligible:No
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