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Beverly Hills Chihuahua


Oct 02, 2008

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Mar 03, 2009

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Drew Barrymore
George Lopez


2008 Walt Disney Pictures

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Still shot from the movie: Beverly Hills Chihuahua.

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Chloe (voice of Drew Barrymore) is a Chihuahua that lives in the lap of luxury. But when the Beverly Hills resident finds herself lost in Mexico, the pampered pup soon learns how ill-equipped she is to survive on the streets. Thankfully, a pocket-sized pooch named Papi (voice of George Lopez) comes to her rescue.

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Why Is Beverly Hills Chihuahua Rated PG?

Beverly Hills Chihuahua is rated PG for some mild thematic elements.

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Used to being a rich and famous purse puppy, Chloe the Chihuahua finds herself lost on foreign soil and surrounded by mutts. She is soon kidnapped, caged and sent into a dogfight with a Doberman. After escaping, she and a group of dogs dash through narrow city streets, knocking over people and carts. A character is mistakenly thrown from a bed and later pushed into mud to cover its scent from a tracking dog. Two animals steal Chloe’s dog collar and identification. A pooch is put in peril on several occasions including falling down a well, jumping from a moving train and being attacked by mountain lions. While attempting to illegally cross an international border, a pack of canines are almost discovered by officials. A police dog and his human partner are attacked and injured by criminals. Humans are bitten on several occasions (once in the face). A storeowner attempts to hit small animals with a broom. Following a dogfight, a character appears to be dead. Dog saliva and bathroom activities are briefly depicted, along with a few mildly sensual comments. A human couple kisses and one dog licks another.

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Canadian Movie Ratings


Canadian Home Video Rating: G

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Details on home video releases of Beverly Hills Chihuahua...

Walt Disney’s Beverly Hills Chihuahua howls onto DVD and Blu-ray in either full frame or widescreen presentations. Audio tracks are available in Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround (English, French and Spanish), with subtitles in French and Spanish. Both formats offer the following extras: deleted scenes (with an introductions by Director Raja Gosnell), an audio commentary by Director Raja Gosnell, an animated film titled Legends of the Chihuahua and two featurettes (Pet Pals: The Voices Behind the Dogs and Hitting Their Bark: On Set With the Dogs of Beverly Hills Chihuahua).


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